On the heels of food halls thriving in other cities, Milwaukee has embraced the “all under one roof” culinary concept.
Wisconsin is best known nationally for cheese quality, but meat matters here too. At least 240 licensed meat establishments do business in Wisconsin.
Indulge in sweet treats and dessert throughout Wisconsin, crafted by the Dairy State’s best pastry chefs and bakers.
Brandy-loving Wisconsin is the top market for California-based Korbel, buying more than one-third of their annual production, but small-batch brandy from Badger State distilleries are gaining attention too.
Sarah Holmes’ Wickman House and Trixie’s are excellent dining destinations when in the Door County area.
We love our beer and cheese, but getting an authentic taste of Wisconsin when you’re visiting means all that and more. Bring home a little bit of Wisco in these state-made food products.
An easy 10-minute car drive south of downtown is the gateway to Bay View – Milwaukee’s dining and imbibing neighborhood of the moment.
Cities across America count increasing numbers of craft breweries, but only Milwaukee holds the historic title of “Brew City, USA.” For decades, brewery tours have drawn tourists to truly educate their palates.
The Badgers. The culture. The outdoor attractions. These are all good reasons to visit Madison, but my favorite reason is the food, and as a favorite family weekend destination, my family and I have eaten our way from Lake Mendota to Lake Monona.