About Milwaukee

 

Located on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee, known as "A Genuine American City," is rich in history and culture. Milwaukee attracts visitors year-round thanks to the popularity of local breweries such as MillerCoors and Sprecher, and thanks to Summerfest, a hugely popular annual music festival. Milwaukee also boasts several museums and numerous outdoor activities offered by the beautiful Lake Michigan. A great way to get to know the city is to take a look at a few of its neighborhoods.

Juneautown


Juneautown, the city's downtown area, is named after Solomon Juneau, the city's founder. Water Street and Wisconsin Street, both located in the heart of Juneautown, are considered two of the city's liveliest streets. This area is also home to many historical buildings including City Hall, the Pabst Theater, the Iron Block Building, and the Mitchell Building as well as many other historic sites. St. Mary’s Church, located on North Broadway Street is the city's oldest Catholic church. This church boasts a beautiful Annunciation painting located above the altar. The painting was actually a gift from King Ludwig I of Bavaria. Another church of interest is the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is important to note that depending on whom or what you consult, sometimes both Juneautown and Kilbourntown, a neighboring district, are actually considered smaller areas within a larger district known as the East Town.

Kilbourntown


Kilbourntown, separated from Juneautown by the Milwaukee River, was founded by Bryon Kilbourn, Solomon Juneau's rival. As the two men were rivals, so were the neighborhoods they established. Kilbourn refused to align his bridges with those of Juneautown, a decision that anyone who visits the city can see today. Kilbourntown is home to many large architectural projects. Today one will find the Riverside Theater (designed in Mediterranean Revival style), the Milwaukee Public Museum, the Milwaukee Public Library and the Grand Avenue Mall. 

Yankee Hill

Yankee Hill exudes old-fashioned, high-end charm. This neighborhood was once owned by Solomon Juneau, the city's first mayor. It was therefore a hub for the city's government and business. Today visitors will find several beautiful churches as well as many lovely row houses designed in various styles including Victorian and Gothic. Two of the city's most beloved hotels, the Astor and the County Clare Irish Inn and Pub are located in Yankee Hill, and the neighborhood also hosts the annual summer jazz celebration in Cathedral Square Park, which lies between Yankee Hill and Juneautown. Yankee Hill is also home to Shank Hall, a small but popular local concert venue.

Brady Street


Brady Street, a bustling area near the Yankee Hill neighborhood, had already become a commercial district by the 1880s. Once considered the city's version of Little Italy, Brady Street then became an example of New Urbanism thus attracting those whom some refer to as hipsters and bohemians. Following an effort to gentrify the area, Brady Street is now filled with cafés and boutiques, but it has still managed to maintain some of its eclectic, avant-garde flair. Aside from shopping and dining, notably Dragonfly Vintage Goods and Gifts and Apollo Café, St. Hedwig's Roman Catholic Church, a well-known Polish church built in 1871, is also located on Brady Street.

Lakefront

The Lakefront is the beautiful area along Lake Michigan. Aside from all of the outdoor activities the lake has to offer, this area is also home to Discovery World, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Betty Brinn Children's Museum, the Milwaukee Country War Memorial, and the Henry Maier Festival Park, and outdoor entertainment venue where many concerts take place. Each June locals and visitors alike can take part in the Lakefront Festival of the Arts.

Walker's Point

Walker's Point has a slightly industrial yet hip feel as it encompasses many trendy warehouse-turned-lofts, art galleries, restaurants (notably La Perla and Steny's Tavern & Grill), and nightclubs including several gay bars such as Fluid. Thanks to its rising popularity, real estate in the area has become increasingly expensive.


Avenues West

Avenues West, boasting such notable establishments as Marquette University, the St. Joan of Arc Chapel, the Haggerty Museum of Art, the Rave Eagles Ballroom, the Tripoli Shrine Temple, and the Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion refers to the area west of downtown. Once known for drug dealing and prostitution, the entire area has undergone some serious revamping. One of the city's most popular hotels, the Ambassador, is located in this neighborhood, and it, like the surrounding area, has regained its upscale reputation. In 1996 some human remains were unearthed leading the city to believe that this was the site of Milwaukee's first cemetery potentially dating back to Native American tribes.

Brewer's Hill

Brewer's Hill, named for its proximity to the former Schlitz Brewing Company and the Lakefront Brewery is one of the city’s highest points of altitude. Considered a very family-friendly neighborhood, Brewer’s Hill features a variety of architectural styles including Greek Revival and Queen Anne homes. While the neighborhood fell into a slump in the 1960s and 70s, it has subsequently been revitalized causing real estate prices to rise drastically.

Menomonee River Valley
 
Much like Walker's Point, the Menomonee River Valley is a trendy neighborhood filled with hip lofts and funky establishments, most of which are former warehouses. It is not surprising that this neighborhood has attracted an increasing number of real estate developers. The area is frequented by a very bohemian, artsy crowd. The Menomonee River Valley's pride-and-joy is the Iron Horse Hotel, a state of the art boutique hotel that opened its doors in 2008. It boasts the chic Branded bar/lounge and the trendy Smyth restaurant. The Menomonee River Valley's other famous resident is the Harley-Davidson Museum.

  • Miller Park

    1 Brewers Way Milwaukee, WI 53214 United States - Phone: +1 414 902 4400
    Miller Park is what a traditional baseball diamond should be. This park was designed with baseball as the primary sport in mind and it is superbly built with its retractable roof to protect from inclement weather. The roof opens and shuts in a quick ten minutes and it seats about 45,000 people at various levels in the arena. It has a split-bowl concept where the seats hang over others slightly—this gives fans a clearer view of the game. They also have excellent amenities such as a brewpub, open-air patios, a Hall of Fame and a children's area.
  • Pabst Theatre

    144 East Wells Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 286 3663
    Known as the best place in the city to catch a performance, Pabst Theater's sound system is definitely laudable. The acoustics, fireproof construction and state-of-the-art stage amenities make Pabst a favorite with audiences and performers alike. The interiors are old fashioned, but still romantic and it is not uncommon to find love-struck couples cozily ensconced therein. On the performance front, you will find comedy, folk artists, lectures, plays and contemporary concerts throughout the month.
  • Henry Maier Festival Park

    200 North Harbor Drive Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 273 3378
    Also known as the Henry Maier Festival Grounds, this park is a local favorite. It is located in downtown Milwaukee along the Lake Michigan shoreline and it hosts many of the city's festivals, including Summerfest. Moreover, this 80-plus acre park has five permanent stages and an amphitheater which makes it the most sought-after space for outdoor concerts. It is also a popular spot for locals to come and walk their dogs in the mornings if conditions allow.
  • The Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion

    2000 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53233 United States - Phone: +1 414 931 0808
    More than a century old, this mansion still stands as a testament to the the beer magnate and his subsequent legacy. Opened to the public in 1978 after extensive renovations, it remains one of the finest residences in the city and no cost or innovation would be spared in its redesign. The whole mansion had electricity and plumbing for nine bathrooms when it was built in 1892, a major architectural triumph. Today it has a state-of-the-art heating system which regulates the heat in the mansion with 16 thermostats and custom-built furniture for the majority of its rooms. Now a major tourist attraction, the mansion can also be rented for weddings, business conferences and other events.
  • Harley-Davidson Museum

    400 Canal Street Milwaukee, WI 53201 United States - Phone: +1 877 436 8738
    The state-of-the-art Harley-Davidson Museum is heaven for motorcycle enthusiasts. The museum spans two floors and it traces the company's history from the creation of the first bike to the empire it has become. The rooms include historical facts, details on the evolution of motorcycle engines and the history of female riders. There are also many restored bikes on display as well as customized bikes. There is even a section featuring Harley Davidson's presence in film and TV. The museum is highly enjoyable, even for those who are not necessarily interested in motorcycles. There is also a gift shop and cafe.
  • Grohmann Museum

    1025 North Broadway Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 277 2300
    The Grohmann Museum is located on the campus of the Milwaukee School of Engineering and truly is one of a kind. Opened in 2007, this museum features a comprehensive collection of art tracing the evolution of men and women in the American workplace. The museum has three floors that feature various exhibits on labor and a roof-top sculpture garden. The museum was named for Dr. Eckhart Grohmann, an avid collector who donated most of the museum's items.
  • Sprecher Brewing Company

    701 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, WI 53209 United States - Phone: +1 414 964 7837 / +1 414 964 2739(Reservations)
    Located just outside Milwaukee in the city of Glendale, Sprecher is a small brewery which was founded in 1985 by Randal Sprecher. The brewery was actually located in Milwaukee's Walker's Point area until 1994 when a need to expand brought the brewery to the city of Glendale. Sprecher brews nine beers in total, most notably the Black Baviarian which is a surprisingly light beer. The company is also known for their sodas, the most popular being the root beer. Sprecher offers tours (which include generous tastings) on most days, but reservations are required, so call ahead.
  • MillerCoors Brewery

    4000 West State Street Milwaukee, WI 53208 United States - Phone: +1 414 931 2337
    Located in Miller Valley, the MillerCoors Brewery spans several blocks, has over 800 employees and is housed in a massive structure. Tours of the facilities are offered throughout the day, and reservations are not necessary, but make sure it arrive early in order to get the the time of your choice. The tour is concluded by a beer tasting in the Bavarian-style Miller Inn. The gift shop and visitor's center stay open past the last tour departure, so even if you miss out on a tour, you can still pick up a souvenir.
  • Milwaukee Public Museum

    800 West Wells Street Milwaukee, WI 53233 United States - Phone: +1 414 278 2702 / +1 888 700 9069
    The Milwaukee Public Museum is a huge complex devoted to natural history and anthropology. It also houses an IMAX theater and Planetarium. The museum, which originally opened in 1882, houses over six million specimens and spans three floors. The exhibits cover all seven continents and trace the origins of early civilizations. The sections devoted to the dinosaurs, to Native American history and to the history of Milwaukee are especially interesting. One other highlight is the butterfly garden, where children and adults alike will be delighted to find a room full of live butterflies!
  • Lake Michigan

    Lake Michigan Milwaukee, WI United States
    Lake Michigan is one of the country's five great lakes. This beautiful lake offers many nautical activities such as sailing and water-skiing. This glacial lake has many beaches and is one of the most visited destinations in the country. Chicago, Milwaukee, Muskeegon and many other cities and towns line its shores, ripe for fun in the warm, sparkling waters.
  • Milwaukee River

    740 N Plankinton Avenue # 1 Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 608 266 2621
    The Milwaukee River is 75 miles long and literally cuts the city in half. Both sides of the river are home to residential neighborhoods as well commercial areas, and the river itself offers lovely views form both sides as well as sightseeing cruises and even a boat cruise of the local breweries. The Riverwalk/a>, a stretch of restaurants and cafes along the river, is an enjoyable place to spend the day.
  • Riverwalk

    740 North Plankinton Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 286 5800

    The Milwaukee Riverwalk is a pedestrian path that runs alongside the Milwaukee River. This path is ideal for walking, biking or jogging and it offers great views of the river, especially at sunset. If you're looking to take a river cruise, there are several companies available, and if you're looking for a bite to eat, it won't be long until your come across a restaurant right along the river. 

  • St. Hedwig Roman Catholic Church

    1702 North Humboldt Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 271 6577
    St. Hedwig Roman Catholic church is testament to the city's large Polish population. In fact, Saint Hedwig, also known as Jadwiga of Poland, was a queen and saint of Poland. St. Hedwig features several different architectural styles such as Romanesque and Gothic, and it was designed by local architect Henry Messmer.
  • Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery

    740 N. Plankinton Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 276 3030
    The Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery is actually part of a chain, but the Milwaukee location is quite possibly the best thanks to its perfect location right on the Riverwalk. Rock Bottom has won several awards, and keeps customers satisfied with great service, and fresh, hand-crafted beers. The brews are definitely important--it is Milwaukee after all! A few of the favorites are the Badger Stripe Ale, the Rotating Dark and the White Tail Pale Ale.
  • City Hall

    200 East Wells Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 286 2221
    Upon completion in 1895, City Hall's bell tower, at 353 feet, was actually the third tallest structure in the country. The edifice was designed in a German Renaissance Revival style by architect Henry Koch. A fire in 1929 forced the upper part of the building to be rebuilt. Solomon Juneau, the Milwaukee's first mayor, is the namesake for the large bell located in the bell tower. In 1973 City Hall was added to the National Register of Historic Places, and in 2005 it was declared a National Historic Landmark.
  • St. Mary's

    836 North Broadway Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 271 6180

    St. Mary's is Milwaukee's oldest Catholic church. Sitting on a busy corner of downtown, the church as most likely witnessed years of development and change in Milwaukee. The church is famous for a beautiful Annunciation painting sitting above the altar. This painting was actually a gift from King Ludwig I of Bavaria. Regardless of your religious affiliation, stop in to appreciation this beautiful work of art.

  • Milwaukee Art Museum

    700 North Art Museum Drive Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 224 3200
    The Milwaukee Art Museum has four floors and over 40 galleries that feature European and American art from the 15th to the 20th Century. The museum hosts temporary exhibits that highlight paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, folk art, prints, and decorative art. Particularly impressive are the museum's collections of American decorative arts, German Expressionist work, Haitian art, folk art as well as post-1960 American art. The museum also boasts a large collection of works by Georgia O’Keeffe, a Wisconsin native.
  • Marquette University

    1217 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 288 7250 / +1 800 222 6544

    Located in the Avenues West neighborhood of Milwaukee, Marquette University is a private, coeducational Jesuit university. Founded in 1881, Marquette is one of 28 institutions in the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. Marquette is also Wisconsin's largest private university. It was founded by John Martin Henni who was the first Catholic bishop of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. The university is named after Father Jacques Marquette, S.J., a 17th-century missionary and explorer. Marquette's beautiful campus is home to the St. Joan of Arc Chapel, a Medieval French chapel that made its way to the US all the way from its original location in Chasse, France. The campus is also home to the Haggerty Museum of Art featuring works from various artistic periods and styles. 

     

     

  • St. Joan of Arc Chapel

    1442 W Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 288 6873
    This tiny French chapel was originally built in the 15th Century and moved stone-by-stone to the United States in 1927. It was reconstructed on Long Island after many protests from the French government, then it was eventually given to Marquette University and reconstructed once again, this time in Milwaukee. The chapel was officially dedicated to St. Joan of Arc on May 26, 1966 and today visitors make sure to stop by and appreciate this tiny gem.
  • Iron Block Building

    205 East Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 347 9964
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Iron Block Building is the only one of its kind in the city thanks to its iron cast facade. Built in 1861, the iron cast facade was actually shipped all the way from New York. This historic building is hard to miss thanks to its central location in Milwaukee's Juneautown area. The Iron Block Building is also located near the Mitchell Building, another historic Milwaukee site.
  • Mitchell Building

    207 East Michigan Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 276 7840
    The Mitchell Building, located in downtown Milwaukee, is an excellent example of French Second Empire style. The building was built in 1876 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. While in the area, the Iron Block Building is also worth a look.
  • Milwaukee Public Library

    814 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53233 United States - Phone: +1 414 286 3000
    The central branch of the Milwaukee Public Library is a beautiful, ornate building located in downtown Milwaukee. The library has fairly extensive hours, so there is plenty of time for members to appreciate the rooms and rooms of publications. The library also has a special section devoted to children's literature, and the library even organizes summer camps. It's the perfect way to spark your child's interest in reading. There are also computer classes, and used book sales.
  • Mackie Building

    225 East Michigan Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 273 3950
    The Mackie Building is a historic building located in downtown Milwaukee. In 1973 it earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1879 and is considered a Victorian landmark. It was once the world's largest grain exchange. Thanks to its beautiful design, the grain exchange room inside the building is often used for banquets and receptions. The Mackie Building is right next to the Mitchell Building, another Milwaukee landmark. The phone number indicated is that of the Milwaukee Visitor's Bureau.
  • Milwaukee Boat Line

    101 West Michigan Street Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 294 9450

    The Milwaukee Boat Line gives passengers the opportunity to experience the majesty of both the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan. The company offers sightseeing cruises, happy hour cruises, concert cruises, historical tours, and even special events. The historical tours and sightseeing cruises take place most days, but the concert cruises only take place on weekends. The cruises usually run 90 minutes. Be sure to call ahead to verify dates and times and to book your spot in advance. Discounted group rates are available. Bon voyage!

  • Tripoli Shrine Temple

    3000 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53208 United States - Phone: +1 414 933 4700
    Located in the Avenues West area of the city, the Tripoli Shrine Temple is one of Milwaukee's most interesting landmarks. This beautiful structure is actually an architectural replica of the Taj Mahal. In 1928 it earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Today it is home to the Milwaukee Shriners. The Shriners, or Shrine Masons, are an international fraternity belonging to the "Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine." The Tripoli Shrine Temple is a popular venue for wedding receptions, banquets and other private events.
  • Lakefront Brewery

    1872 Commerce Street Milwaukee, WI 53212 United States - Phone: +1 414 372 8800
    Founded in 1987 by brothers Russ and Jim Klisch, Lakefront was one of the first microbrews in Milwaukee amongst the beer behemoths like Miller and Pabst. The brewery is a favorite among locals and visitors alike due to its tasty ales, lagers, seasonal beers, root beer and even a special gluten-free beer that has garnered much attention. The brewery offers tours on the weekend as well as a Friday night fish fry, a Milwaukee tradition.
  • Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

    750 North Lincoln Memorial Drive Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 273 5533
    The Milwaukee County War Memorial was born out of several organizations with a solitary goal of honoring the soldiers who lost their lives in World War II. The memorial's mission is to "To Honor
    the Dead by Serving the Living" through the promotion of peace
    and a sense of community. This beautiful facility overlooking Lake Michigan offers numerous resources to veterans and boasts an impressive collection of American, British and French WWI and WWII posters that have been fully restored. The center can be rented for private events. Visit the website for further details.
  • Pere Marquette Park

    900 North Plankinton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 257 6100
    Pere Marquette is a beautiful, 1.9-acre park with a slightly-European feel located in downtown Milwaukee. In fact, it is located right on the Milwaukee River which, understandably, adds to its charm. During the summer months, this park is home sunbathers and picnickers, and it also plays host to the River Rhythms concert series. On Friday nights in August, don't miss the open-air cinema. During the winter it is the site of the Holiday Lights Festival.
  • Church of the Gesu

    1145 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53233 United States - Phone: +1 414 288 7101
    The Church of the Gesu is a Catholic Jesuit church located on the campus of Marquette University. This astonishing church is actually over a century old--it was built back in the 1890s. Gesu is the Italian name for Jesus. This name was chosen to honor the Church of Gesu in Rome, the burial place of St. Ignatius Loyal, the founder of the Jesuit Society. This church, like many in Milwaukee, earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places, and in 1975 is was designated a Milwaukee landmark.
  • Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design

    273 East Erie Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 847 3200
    The Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, one of several institutions of higher eduction located in the city of Milwaukee, is an accredited (and highly esteemed) university offering degrees (11 in total) in design, architecture, painting, sculpture and photography, to name a few. The Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design is actually the successor to the Layton School of Art. The Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design's mission is to help students to "discover and realize their creative potential." The Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design is located in the historic Third Ward not far from the Eisner Museum of Advertising & Design.
  • Manfred Olson Planetarium

    1900 East Kenwood Boulevard Milwaukee, WI 53211 United States - Phone: +1 414 229 4961
    Located at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, the Manfred Olson Planetarium offers a variety of programs to get familiar with the celestial world. Students can attend the shows especially meant for them, while shows for visitors are also available. The Planetarium also arranges Private Programs for groups, which can be an excellent idea for families or friends looking a fun and interesting way of spending time together. Check website for information on programs and more.
  • Oriental Landmark Theatre

    2230 North Farwell Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 276 8711
    One of the Midwest's great movie palaces, the Oriental Theatre follows the grandeur and pomp that was de rigeur for cinemas built in the Roaring Twenties. This one was built in 1927 and the interior features architecture reminiscent of the Taj Mahal and the exterior proudly has two minarets that jut into the night sky. Today it is owned and operated by the conglomerate Landmark Theaters and shows more contemporary movies. The greatest thing about this theater is that it still retains vestiges of its past with its pipe organ to introduce the film and old-fashioned vending stand. The theater is also known to hold the world record for the film screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, they play it every second Saturday of the month and have been doing so since 1978.       
  • Milwaukee County Zoo

    10001 West Blue Mound Road Milwaukee, WI 53226 United States - Phone: +1 414 256 5412 / +1 414 771 3040
    This zoo is a prominent attraction in Wisconsin, and has almost every birds and animal imaginable, you would think. In fact, over 300 species dwell in this tranquil, lush green setting. The zoo is always actively involved in the preservation of wildlife with a special emphasis on endangered species. The dedicated staff of the zoo deserves appreciation for the high quality maintenance of the grounds. There is a range of entertaining activities and fun rides for the kids as well as for adults.
  • Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory

    524 South Layton Boulevard Milwaukee, WI 53215 United States - Phone: +1 414 649 9830
    The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory is a huge expanse of lush green land that includes three domes built on the lines of a beehive that are connected to each other by a central lobby. Each of these domes has a diameter of 140 feet and a height of 85 feet! These domes harbor a plethora of plant life from all the continents of the world under their canopies. The Arid Dome houses a collection of cacti, shrubs and other plants that are native to different deserts in the African and the American Continents. The Tropical Dome features plants and flowers found in the tropical areas and rainforests, while the Floral Show Dome offers seasonal displays of various plants. The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory also hosts flower shows and special events based on various themes. Check website for prices and other details.
  • South Milwaukee Middle School

    1001 15th Avenue South Milwaukee, WI 53172 United States - Phone: +1 414 766 5800
  • Hales Corners Park

    5765 South New Berlin Road Hales Corners, WI 53130 United States - Phone: +1 414 425 7303
  • Big Foot Beach State Park

    1452 South Wells Street Lake Geneva, WI 53147 United States - Phone: +1 262 248 2528
    Big Foot State Beach Park is a popular destination in the area for camping and recreation. The park contains Lake Geneva, which is popular for swimming, fishing and canoeing. In addition, there are facilities for camping, archery and picnic areas.
  • Cory Park

    105 Main Street Dousman, WI 53118 United States
  • Nettesheim Park

    North26 West27495 Prospect Avenue Pewaukee, WI 53072 United States - Phone: +1 262 691 7275
  • Pewaukee Beach Lakefront

    120 West Wisconsin Avenue Pewaukee, WI 53072 United States
  • Thiensville Village Park

    250 Elm Street Thiensville, WI 53092 United States - Phone: +1 262 242 3720
  • Lime Kiln Park

    2020 South Green Bay Road Grafton, WI 53024 United States - Phone: +1 262 375 5310(City Park Council)
    The beautiful, tree-lined streets of Grafton are a pleasure to walk on, especially if they lead to parks like the Lime Kiln Park. An impressive 28 acres (11.3 hectares) is what this park measures, offering a green vista for a variety of recreation and leisure activities. Located right by the river, the park offers a playground, picnic pavilions, an open-air shelter, a canoe ramp, a volleyball court, and also facilities for fishing, among other amenities. Do head out here, whether for an evening walk, a family picnic, or a romantic boat ride. Call for more information.
  • Naga-Waukee Park

    651 State Highway 83 Milwaukee, WI 53029 United States - Phone: +1 262 548 7801
    Scouting a picnic site for your next weekend? Head straight to the Naga-Waukee Park. This scenic stretch that overlooks the Nagawicka Lake, offers plenty of activities and fun things to do. It features a golf course, a pleasant park and access to the lake, making it an ideal picnic spot for the entire family. Outdoorsy people can indulge in swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, biking and much more stuff. Tech savvy picnickers can also enjoy an interesting game of Geocaching and go treasure hunting. With so much to do and enjoy, you will be surely tempted to stay back, hence you can avail the camping facilities. For more details, check website.
  • Boerner Botanical Gardens

    9400 Boerner Drive Hales Corners, WI 53130 United States - Phone: +1 414 525 5601 / +1 414 525 5600 / +1 414 525 5650
    Located in the Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, an internationally-renowned horticultural showplace, these gardens are named after Alfred Boerner who designed the original five gardens Annual, Perennial, Rock, Rose and Peony in 1930. The garden allows gardeners, students and plant lovers to take in the colors and scents of a variety of collections. The garden also offers meetings, catering facilities, art, photography, concerts, learning programs and weddings. For pricing and seasonal information, refer their website.
  • Black Point

    W4270 Southland Road Linn, WI 53147 United States - Phone: +1 262 248 1888
    Built in 1888 as a summer home for beer tycoon Conrad Seipp, this estate on the southern shore of Geneva Lake is listed on the National Register of Historic places. The mansion has a post civil war era decor and even has a four story nautical observation tower visible from many points on the lake. You can book your visit to the mansion and a cruise that takes you there as well. They have a museum store selling memorabilia, a restaurant on the mansion grounds, as well as a 620-foot (188-meter) long shore line. Check their website for tickets, timings and various upcoming events.
  • Johnson Wax Headquarters

    1525 Howe Street Racine, WI 53403 United States - Phone: +1 262 260 2154
    Designed by the world famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, S. C. Johnson and Son Administration Building and Research Tower is also known as Johnson Wax Headquarters. This administrative building was built in 1936, while the research tower in 1944. Wright used his unique style and created a structure with curvilinear forms and a huge work space supported with multiple dendriform (tree-like) columns. Wright was later commissioned the design for the Research Tower, which also resembles spread-out branches of a tree. The furniture designed by Frank is still in use by the office employees. In 1976, both the visually-striking buildings were recognized National Historic Landmark. This awe-inspiring design is worth visiting in Wisconsin.
  • First Baptist Church of Waukesha

    247 Wisconsin Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186 United States - Phone: +1 262 542 7233
    The renowned First Baptist Church in Waukesha, Wisconsin is an American Baptist Church. It was constructed more than a century ago in 1872. Standing stern and architecturally superior even today, it was designed by E. Townsend Mix. It organizes worship services every Sunday at 9:30a. The children’s ministries and the Hispanic ministries work a great deal. Specially catered Wednesday dinners are planned as well. It follows the Gothic style of architecture.
  • First Methodist Church

    121 Wisconsin Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186 United States - Phone: +1 262 542 4256
    The renowned First Methodist Church, located in Waukesha, is a brilliant structure constructed more than a century ago in 1898. The church offers for two worship services on Sundays. While the 9:00a service is a more traditional worship method, the one at 10:30a makes way for an informal setting with mild musical instruments. It also holds Sunday School to impart Biblical knowledge and values to young children. It stands as a splendid example of the Romanesque style of architecture, and was added in the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1983.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    716 College Avenue Racine, WI 53403 United States - Phone: +1 262 632 1686
    The famed and respected First Presbyterian Church is a monumental church at Racine, Wisconsin, United States. It was constructed in 1852 and is precisely located at College Avenue. It is a stellar example of the Greek Revival style of architecture. The varied ministries work towards the spiritual and overall development of individuals and imbibe faith, love and biblical values among the worshipers. The site has also featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Lake Country Congregational Church

    400 West Capitol Drive Hartland, WI 53029-1921 United States - Phone: +1 262 367 5631
    Formerly, the Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke, the Lake Country Congregational Church dates back to 1910. This Lutheran Church was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. The church is renowned for its architectural excellence and represents the Romanesque style of designing.
  • St. Andrew's Church

    W3081 County Road Y LeRoy, WI 53048 United States - Phone: +1 920 583 4125
    Spread over less than one acre of land, the St. Andrew's Church is a beautiful church. Popularly described as the 'works of art with vivid colors and intricate details',  the church stands out in it's beauty. With the stained glass windows, beautiful area surrounding the church serves as a historic site. Worships are conducted at a daily basis and several events are organised to bring the parish together.

  • St. John Chrysostom Church

    Church Street Delafield, WI 53018 United States - Phone: +1 262 646 2727

    The St. John Chrysostom Church, more famously known as the Little Red Church on the Hill, is a historic church located in Delafield, Wisconsin. This wooden structure was built in 1853 by Richard Michell Upjohn, a famed architect from New York and his father, Richard Upjohn. With this design, the church building became a pioneer in Carpenter Gothic architecture, as it came to be known later. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

  • St Matthias Episcopal Church

    111 East Main Street Waukesha, WI 53186 United States - Phone: +1 262 547 4838
    The St. Matthias Episcopal Church is a Gothic Revival structure established in 1851. It encompasses an area of 3.4 acres (1.4 hectare) and forms a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee. The church building was put up in the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 and has been in continuous service. For mass details and timings please log on to their website.
  • Havenwoods State Forest

    6141 North Hopkins Street Milwaukee, WI 53209 United States - Phone: +1 414 527 0232
    The Havenwoods State Forest welcomes visitors to explore its scenic and beautiful wilderness. Wetlands, grasslands, arboretum and much more awaits you at this expansive forest.
  • Windpoint Light Station

    4725 Lighthouse Drive Racine, WI 53402 United States - Phone: +1 262 880 8266
    The Windpoint Light Station is a renowned and distinguished lighthouse that is situated on the Racine Harbor in Wisconsin. Also known as the Wind Point Light, this extant lighthouse was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places. While the U.S. Coast Guard maintains the light, the lighthouse and its adjoining ground is conserved by the Village of Wind Point.
  • Herbert F. Johnson House

    33 East Four Mile Road Wind Point, WI 53402 United States
    The Wingspread or the Herbert F. Johnson House was designed and conceptualized by the prominent architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. This private residence is now utilized by the Johnson Foundation, and is also included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
  • Atwater Park & Beach

    Atwater Park Shorewood, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 847 2650
    This park is located in the village of Shorewood, which is just a bedroom community of greater Milwaukee and not far from many hotels downtown. The park not only provides city dwellers with ample space to picnic, bike, grill or run with your dog, but it also is the perfect spot to take a dip in the calm Lake Michigan waters during the summertime. Additionally, this park hosts many festivals throughout the summer, a popular one is the Shorewood Concert Band series, it features Shorewood's very own musicians on stage during the months of June and July.
  • Estabrook Park

    4400 N Estabrook Dr Milwaukee, WI 53211 United States - Phone: +1 414 964 0064
    Estabrook Park is just one of the many manicured parks maintained by the Milwaukee County Parks System. The park provides tons of activities, from hiking and cycling to soccer or even canoe trips down the river, it has something for everyone. For those that love the game of Frisbee golf, this is the place to come. Additionally, the nearby Estabrook Beer Garden is the perfect spot to have a few liters of beer to quench your thirst after a long day of playing outdoors. The beers are imported directly from the München Hofbrauhaus in Germany and served in real liter Steins.
  • Humboldt Park

    3000 S Howell Ave Milwaukee, WI 53207 United States - Phone: +1 414 482-4270
    Humboldt Park is located in the Bay View neighborhood and is one of the best parks to fish, bike, walk or to just relax. The park is well-manicured and always buzzing with activity, the nearby Pavilion is available for events and you can even rent the bandshell for your own private occasion. In the summer, one of the small ponds is stocked with fish and it's the perfect spot to introduce the art of fishing to the kids.
  • Lake Park

    Lake Park Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 962-1680
    This park was designed by the renowned American landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead and it is one of his three pearls in the 'Grand Necklace' of parks for the city of Milwaukee (the other two parks are Riverside and Washington). The park's location is perfectly positioned on the lake and some of the highlights include the North Point Lighthouse, the Lake Park Golf Course and their summer concert series for children. Check Lake Park Friends website for more details and event information.
  • Basilica of St. Josephat

    2333 South 6th Street Milwaukee, WI 53215 United States - Phone: +1 414 645-5623
    This Basilica is located in the Lincoln Village neighborhood south of downtown and it is dedicated to Roman Catholicism. When it was built in 1901, the congregation was primarily the Polish immigrant community and named after the Polish martyr Josephat Kuncevyc. The architecture is beautiful, reminiscent of St. Peter's in Rome, albeit on a smaller scale and it is open daily for both mass as well as just to visit.
  • North Point Lighthouse

    2650 N Wahl Ave Milwaukee, WI 53211 United States - Phone: +1 414 332-6754
    This is Milwaukee's beacon located in the beautifully manicured Lake Park overlooking the waterfront. The lighthouse also functions as a museum on the weekends and it features local history about the structure and its relationship to boating on Lake Michigan. In addition to visiting this restored beauty, you can rent out the space for private events and parties. The lighthouse also holds a lecture series every other week, check website for more details and information.
  • Milwaukee Chophouse

    633 North 5th Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 226 2467
    City dwellers know this chophouse for its delicious lamb chops, succulent steaks and extensive wine list. The interior is simple, but not staid and the service is extremely knowledgeable. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has dubbed it a 'Favorite Downtown Steakhouse'. So if you are in Milwaukee and have the urge to splurge on some steaks, this restaurant will fulfill that need.
  • Envoy Restaurant

    2308 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53233 United States - Phone: +1 414 345 5015
    The Envoy Restaurant of the Ambassador Hotel has an extremely relaxed atmosphere in spite of its formal and distinguished interiors. Sports fans can relax with some beer and watch their favorite sporting event up on the television screen. During the weekends the restaurant has live Jazz playing in the evening. Enjoy some of the best American cuisines, sip on some good drinks and enjoy the company of close friends.
  • Karl Ratzsch's

    320 East Mason Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 276 2720
    Located in the city's Juneautown neighborhood, Karl Ratzsch's, open since 1904, is one of the city's most beloved German restaurants. The restaurant prides itself in excellent service, top quality cuisine and attention to detail. German favorites include sauerkraut, assorted sausages, Spätzle and Sauerbraten. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and it is a great choice for large groups and private parties. Dinner service is usually crowded so it is recommended that guests make reservations.
  • La Perla

    734 South 5th Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 645 9888
    Open since 1995, La Perla is located in the Walker's Point neighborhood. Although it is surrounded by several other Mexican restaurants, it remains the most popular by the crowds outside. The kitchen serves both lunch and dinner which makes it the perfect spot anytime of day for the business crowd or a large group of friends. The menu features Mexican staples like tacos, tortas and tostadas alongside some seasonal specialties. Don't miss out on their hand-made tortilla chips or their extensive Tequila selection, it is probably the reason why locals can't get enough of this place.
  • Botanas

    816 South 5th Street Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States - Phone: +1 414 672 3755
    Located in Milwaukee's Latin Quarter amidst a bevy of other Mexican restaurants, Botanas stands out thanks to delicious, authentic cuisine and excellent margaritas. Owners Jaime and Martha Gonzalez welcome visitors with a smile and give meaning to the saying "when you're here, you're family." Lunch specials are served from 11A to 2.30P from Monday to Friday, whereas the restaurant is open for lunch seven days a week from 11A to 3P. Serving a rare combination of Mexican, seafood and vegeterian cuisine, Botanas also provides Patio Dining. The owners are more than happy to host events and special occasions at this restaurant. Botanas is thus a comforting break for all.
  • Sanford

    1547 North Jackson Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 276 9608
    Sanford is a lovely, intimate restaurant located in Milwaukee's hip, East Side neighborhood. This upscale establishment, open since 1989, is proud to feature the cuisine of chef Sanford D'Amato. The dishes vary depending on the season, on any day of the week you may find French and American favorites to Mediterranean and North African ones, in other words, you will always find something you want on the menu. The highlight of the kitchen is the tasting menu, it is best accompanied with a wine pairing from the ample selection of varietals on the list. While the menu changes according to season, some of the courses that return every now-and-then include, the Seared Sea Scallop on Bacon Pea Mash with a Carrot Dumpling or a splendid of Lamb Rib Mole Taco with Tomatillo Salsa and Cocoa Chili Sauce.
  • Apollo Cafe

    1310 East Brady Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 272 2233
    Specializing in Greek and Mediterranean favorites such as hummus, feta cheese, souvlaki, moussaka, and baklava, Apollo Cafe aims to please. This pleasant little restaurant is ideally located along Brady Street amid a bevy of shops, bakeries and cafes. It is the perfect way to end a day of shopping or to simply sip a glass of wine while appreciating the setting sun.
  • Comedy Sportz

    420 South First Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 272 8888
    Comedy Sportz is an "interactive improv experience." There are nightly shows including kids' comedy camps and improv tournaments. The club's restaurant, Howie's, serves a full menu of American classics such as burgers, deli sandwiches and bar food. Be sure to check the website for the calendar of events. The club usually goes of hiatus during Milwaukee's popular Summerfest. 
  • Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery

    740 N. Plankinton Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 276 3030
    The Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery is actually part of a chain, but the Milwaukee location is quite possibly the best thanks to its perfect location right on the Riverwalk. Rock Bottom has won several awards, and keeps customers satisfied with great service, and fresh, hand-crafted beers. The brews are definitely important--it is Milwaukee after all! A few of the favorites are the Badger Stripe Ale, the Rotating Dark and the White Tail Pale Ale.
  • Historic Turner Restaurant

    1034 North 4th Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 276 4844
    The historic Turner Restaurant, open since 1883, is famous for its hearty American and German favorites, but mostly for its popular Friday night fish fry. Friday night fish fries are a cherished Milwaukee tradition. This tradition is a reflection of the city's Catholic history. Those who observe lent do not eat meat on Fridays during the period of lent, so fish became a popular go-to Friday-night dish. You can order your meal with Cod, perch, or both. Save room for a warm apple strudel. 
  • Kil@wat

    139 East Kilbourn Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 291 4793
    Kil@wat, located inside the InterContinental Hotel, serves a diverse menu inspired by Spanish and Asian influences. Guests usually start their meal with some of the delicious tapas. Favorites include the bacon wrapped Medjool dates and the spicy tuna tartar tacos. The menu also features generous salads and delicious entrees such as Pan Roasted Organic Salmon, the Kansas City strip steak, and the braised short ribs. Kil@wat accepts reservations and is also available for private parties and banquets. If Kil@wat sounds familiar, it's no surprise. There is a second location in Las Vegas.
  • Miller Time Pub

    509 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 271 7250
    The Miller Time Pub, located inside the Hilton Milwaukee City Center, is open seven days a week. Thanks to friendly service and drink specials from 3p to 6p on weekdays, the Miller Time Pub keeps locals and visitors coming back for more. The pub also serves a full menu, consisting mostly of burgers and bar food, for lunch and dinner.
  • Avenue Bar and Grill

    611 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 273 2950
    Located inside the Doubletree Hotel Milwaukee City Center, the Avenue Bar and Grill considers itself both upscale and casual. Serving all three meals, it is particularly popular for its lunch buffet and dinner specials. The restaurant has a large selection of beers on tap and two large plasma TVs, so you can still catch your favorite sports team in action. 
  • Jimmy John's

    1532 West Wells Street Milwaukee, WI 53233 United States - Phone: +1 414 344 1234
    Jimmy John's is a very popular gourmet sandwich chain. With several locations in and around Milwaukee, Jimmy John's is the perfect place for a huge, heaping sub. The sandwiches are made with only the freshest and finest cold cuts and vegetables, and despite the high quietly and large size, the sandwiches are reasonably priced. Jimmy John's accepts internet orders and even offers a catering service.
  • Mo's Irish Pub

    142 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 272-0721
    Come into Mo's Irish Pub for lunch, dinner or drinks. There are daily specials and tasty bar-food classics such as chicken wings, garlic cheese fries, salads, soups, heaping sandwiches, burgers and of course, fish and chips! There is also a kid's menu for the little one in your family. Mo's offers a happy hour M-W from 3p to 6p, Thursday is ladies night, and there's live music every Friday and Saturday. Check Mo's website for the list of performers.
  • Mimma's

    1307 East Brady Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 271 7337
    Located on popular Brady Street, Mimma's has been a mainstay on the block since 1989. It’s a perfect restaurant for an intimate date or for a large group, because the host or hostess always tries to find the best table as soon as possible with or without a reservation. The menu features Italian classics such as antipasti, seafood pasta dishes and large salads and the chef will also take requests on certain nights. Mimma's also offers a generous happy hour Monday through Friday, but come in early as the bar is quite small and it fills up quickly. Don't be fooled by the bevy of restaurants on Brady Street, Mimma's is the real deal.
  • Wholly Cow Frozen Custard

    637 Main Street Delafield, WI 53018 United States - Phone: +1 262 646 2555
    Delafield is nestled between Lapham Peak State Park and beautiful Lake Nagawicka. The quaint downtown hosts many specialty shops including Wholly Cow Frozen Custard. This family owned establishment, founded in 1993, is an authentic old-fashioned frozen custard shop. The cow themed shop is a popular local landmark, serving fabulous burgers, a variety of grilled sandwiches and a sumptuous array of sundaes made with fresh homemade frozen custard. Also offered is a variety of ice cream flavors. Their indoor seating area opens into an adorable gift shop with lots of Wisconsin collectibles on display, and their friendly summer staff is all smiles.
  • Bacchus - A Bartolotta Restaurant

    925 East Wells Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 765 1166
    Craving for a fine meal while in the city? Head straight to this elegant eatery. Boasting of a wide range of assorted dishes that are sure to take your breath away, Bacchus - A Bartolotta Restaurant dazzles its patrons with its dedication to quality. Choose from a varied passel of fine dishes that make for perfect dinner-time accompaniment to corporate meetings and business dos. Delectable seafood, succulent meats and sizzling hot pastas are laid out to perfection for your appraisal, while the wines perfectly complement every meal. It is also an ideal space to host your banquets, private parties, receptions and events in. Check website for more details.
  • Bartolotta's Lake Park Bistro

    3133 E. Newberry Blvd Milwaukee, WI 53221 United States - Phone: +1 4149626300
    Despite the Italian sounding name, Bartolotta's Lake Park Bistro is entirely French. For those outside of Milwaukee, this is one of the many restaurants from the Bartolotta family. Lake Park Bistro is actually the second restaurant and it is located in the eponymous park overlooking the water. The menu consists of classics like Coquille St. Jacques and Foie Gras Parfait served with a Madeira wine jelly, however the former eschews the Gruyère and adds cabbage and pomegranate as a twist. Almost every quintessential French dish you could imagine is on the menu, from moules and steak frites to onion soup and duck confit, Joe Bartolotta may be Italian, but he sure knows French.   
  • The Capital Grille

    310 W. Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 223 0600
    The Capital Grille has developed quite a reputation as a better than average steakhouse despite its many franchise locations throughout the U.S. The menu follows a standard pattern, yet every option on the menu is carefully selected. Some of the delicious options include classics like dry-aged chops, porterhouse cuts, lobster, crab and the perfect replica of the Delmonico Steak, a 22 oz. Ribeye served au jus. If you decide to opt out of the sit-down service, the bar menu does not disappoint, the mini Lump Crab and Lobster sliders are absolutely worth it.   
  • Carnevor

    724 N Milwaukee Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 4142232200
    Carnevor is a Milwaukee steakhouse that features the best of local farms on your table. The dry and wet aged beef is U.S.D.A prime and the restaurant purports that this distinction is given to only 2% of beef in the country. Nonetheless, the steaks are excellent and they present almost every cut, from an 8oz Filet Mignon and New York Strip to the Rib Eye and Bone-in cut. They also highlight the expensively imported Wagyu and Kobe beef when it becomes available. Their beef comes from the local Allen Brothers Farms and the option to choose from a wide variety of sauces to augment your steak is impressive. Some of the options include a Bearnaise, a Shiitake reduction, Wisconsin blue cheese and foie gras among others, however they are sometimes unnecessary because the steak sells itself.  
  • Mason Street Grill

    425 East Mason Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 298 3131
    Located adjacent to the Pfister Hotel, the Mason Street Grill is your haunt if you prefer carnivorous offerings as opposed to soup and salad. Guests can choose from their varied assortment of mouthwatering steaks while they wait in the suave ambiance. The restaurant's primary specialty is their monstrous platter of succulent meat, and their soul-warming Mac N' Cheese is a beloved second. On certain nights, there is live music and every night the service is consistent and impeccable. Check website for more details and menu.
  • Il Mito Enoteca

    6913 West North Avenue Wauwatosa, WI 53226 United States - Phone: +1 4144431414
    Il Mito Enoteca is a no-frills Italian restaurant that reveres Nonna's recipes like Orto Risotto and Gnocchi al Coniglio and serves them in a relaxed place in the cozy village of Wauwatosa. The kitchen focuses on seasonal ingredients and the menu reflects this; guests will find more soup during the winter and salad during the summer. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and the menu for both service times is dense. Sunday brunch is also a perfect time to come and enjoy some of their delectable Zeppoli!
  • Bobby Rockets

    6291 Hospital Road Burlington, WI 53105 United States - Phone: +1 262 757 0000
    Bobby Rockets is a chic restaurant cum bar that is known for its great live music performances. Local and regional bands performing here bring in a large fan following from all over the city. The menu caters to the conventional American appetite, with burgers, pizzas and fries topping the charts. The bar too offers a good selection of drinks that are fairly priced. The ambiance is very vibrant and the services quite efficient. So come here to savor some great food and listen to equally great music.
  • Nashotah Clubhouse

    N44 W32998 Watertown Plank Road Nashotah, WI 53058 United States - Phone: +1 262 367 6684
    The uniqueness of Nashotah Clubhouse lies in its simplicity. Sans any pretensions, this first-class restaurant continues to serve patrons with delightful American cuisine that includes an interesting array of seafood varieties, pizzas, burgers and desserts. It also offers beers that perfectly complement the local cuisine. And, if you are impressed with its chefs, you can serve the same food at your next party as it offers catering services too. While you savor the sumptuous meal, enjoy live performances of the local bands/artists playing on stage. In a nutshell, if you are looking for a pleasant dining experience, Nashotah Clubhouse is a safe bet.  The bar and restaurant hours vary.
  • Lucky Star Pub & Eatery

    864 Milwaukee Avenue Burlington, WI 53105 United States - Phone: +1 262 763 2155
    Located on the outskirts of Burlington, Lucky Star Pub & Eatery offers an array of food and beverages to explore. Here, you can savor a variety of American delicacies like Chicken Wings, Homemade Guacamole, Nacho Burgers and Burritos. Apart from the American dishes, the eatery has traces of Italian, Mexican and seafood delicacies like Cajun Tilapia, Shrimp Scampi and Linguini Alfredo Pasta, in its menu. All the beer aficionados are in for a surprise here as this offers Guinness on tap as well as other well-crafted brews in bottles. The interior of the restaurant is neat and decorated with extensive lighting. You can also spread out on its outdoor patio and chat away gleefully with your group of friends as you sip on beer. Visit their website to know more.
  • Champps Americana

    1240 South Moorland Road Brookfield, WI 53005 United States - Phone: +1 262 797 6600
    Walk on over to Champps America and enjoy those games. Great for chilling with a group of friends, or a meal with the family, this place will not disappoint. Large TVs adorn the walls, while there is also music playing for those who to just chill over a drink. Order delicious American-style steaks or melt-in-your-mouth ribs and give your taste buds a treat like no other.
  • Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

    15665 West Bluemound Road Brookfield, WI 53005 United States - Phone: +1 262 782 9463
    Dining at Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is truly an upscale experience. Experience a wine bar like no other. Over 90 labels available, the wine list features something for everyone. The restaurant prides itself in the fact that they are consistent with quality. And that's exactly what patrons will tell you. The steaks here are always well flavored and cooked to perfection. Service staff is polite and professional, adding to your dining experience.
  • Wasabi Sushi Lounge

    15455 West Bluemound Road Brookfield, WI 53005 United States - Phone: +1 262 780 0011
    Wasabi is one of the local favorites for sushi. The restaurant is spic and span and the decor is simple. The menu features a variety of innovative rolls which are delicious. If you don't want to opt for something new, stick to the regulars, their yummy too. The staff is warm and friendly and are thorough with what's on the menu. Don't hesitate to ask for suggestions. You might just be surprised with what comes out of the kitchen!
  • Cafe Manna

    3815 North Brookfield Road Brookfield, WI 53045 United States - Phone: +1 262 790 2340
    Watch out meat-lovers, here's a vegetarian / vegan restaurant serving healthy and delicious dishes, guaranteed that you will not miss the meat. Now that's a challenge and Cafe Manna lives up to that. Being a completely environmentally friendly restaurant, everything here from the physical attributes of the place to the take away containers are all Eco-friendly! Portions are huge and decently priced. Service is excellent, with very helpful staff. Must, must visit place.
  • North Star American Bistro

    19115 West Capitol Drive Brookfield, WI 53045 United States - Phone: +1 262 754 1515
    Typical American food, right here at North Star American Bistro. Steaks, burgers and salads adorn the menu and make a wonderful meal. The ambiance is trendy and the seating is comfortable. The service is quick and efficient. Ask for the specials before ordering.
  • Bull and Bear Eatery & Tavern

    4017 80th Street Kenosha, WI 53142 United States - Phone: +1 262 694 9494
    Bull and Bear Eatery & Tavern is the place to drink. The service here is slow, but don't let it take away the joy of happy hours everyday! With some great offers, this place is always buzzing with activity. Open right from breakfast, the menu features a long list of dishes you can order.
  • Hue

    2691 South Kinnickinnic Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53207 United States - Phone: +1 414 294 0483
    This small and cozy restaurant is simple yet great. The Vietnamese cuisine served here is much appreciated in the neighborhood. Some of the dishes you can try here are the egg rolls that are delicious, kitchen sink fried rice that has all that it should, pho broth and the chicken curry. The ambiance is warm, friendly and comfortable, as well as the service is good too. You may also want to hire this place for private parties and functions. For bookings and more information, visit the website or call ahead. 
  • Carini's La Conca D'Oro

    3468 North Oakland Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53211 United States - Phone: +1 414 963 9623
    Carini's La Conca D'Oro, a restaurant with a Sicilian flare is a must visit place. The Italian cuisine served here will make sure it brings you back. The ambiance is cozy and intimate, and yet casual. The service here is professional and highly attentive. Some of the main dishes you may want to try here are the seafood pasta, rice balls, veal marsala, and the cream filled chocolate gelato for desserts. They also offer an extensive collection of wine that you can choose from. Hire their space for your private parties, celebrations and special occasions to make them one of a kind. For bookings and more information, call ahead or visit their website. 
  • Bosley on Brady

    815 East Brady Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 727 7975
    What a great place to sit back and relax, right here in Milwaukee. Bosley on brady is a restaurant serving delicious seafood in a set up that is absolutely informal and is the perfect place to come to after a days work. The service is excellent, with the staff being attentive and polite, making your visit a very memorable one. Some of the dishes to be tried include the butterfish special and the fish tacos.
  • Buca di Beppo

    1233 North Van Buren Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 224 8672
    One of the excellent restaurants under the Buca umbrella of restaurants, this Buca di Beppo in Milwaukee is just as good as any of the other branches. Tables are occupied very quickly during peak hours, so it is advisable to reserve. The restaurant serves authentic Italian food prepared with fresh ingredients. The pastas here are all delicious, but the garlic bread is just out of this world!
  • Stubby’s Pub & Grub

    2060 North Humboldt Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53212 United States - Phone: +1 414 763 6324
    Stubby’s Pub & Grub is a fun neighborhood favorite to hang at. If you are a beer drinker, this place will be a absolute treat. Come and experience the wide selection of beers offered, from around the globe. You may be delighted to try the craft beer, along with the reuben sandwiches and all-star pig roasts. A great hangout spot with friends to enjoy a game of football by the bar and some American delicacies. They also offer their lovely space for private parties, celebrations and events. Call ahead for more information or visit their website. 
  • Casablanca

    728 East Brady Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 271 6000
    What a great change from the regular cuisines available. Walk into Casablanca for some great Middle Eastern cuisine. The restaurant offers a great variety. Through the week there is a vegetarian lunch buffet and a brunch on every Sunday. Call of details on the same. If you're here on a Friday night, you could have your meal while enjoying a belly-dancing performance. Check for other specials as well during the week.
  • Allgauer's in the Park

    11600 West Park Place Milwaukee, WI 53224 United States - Phone: +1 414 359 9823 / +1 414 577 5000
    One place that you will enjoy dining is Allgauer's in the Park. The ambiance is soft, quiet and comfortable. The service is extremely professional. Located in Hilton Garden Inn Park Place Hotel, the kind of crowd you may expect here is an elegant and trendy one. Some of the dishes you may want to try here are the variety of soups and salads, fish fry, stuffed chicken with potatoes and broccoli and fillet. Accompany your meals with a great cocktail to go with it. For more information and bookings, call or visit the website.
  • Cubanitas Restaurant

    728 North Milwaukee Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 225 1760
    Cubanitas is the only place to enjoy a wonderful Cuban meal. The menu is not too extensive, but pretty much covers the basic Cuban food which is good enough. Patrons would highly recommend the plantains and guacamole, so that's a definite order. The Bistec and the Sandwich Cubano are also good orders. The service is excellent, with friendly staff being helpful with great suggestions.
  • Distil

    722 North Milwaukee Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 220 9411
    Walk into Distl for a drink while you catch up with friends. The rates here are pricey, but the visit will be worth it. From the service, to the food, to the cocktails, everything here is excellent. The unique visit to Distl lies basically n the fact that the place features some really delicious locally-made cheese as well as local beers. The eats on the menu are a good variety and bound to satisfy those hunger pangs.
  • Harbor House

    550 North Harbor Drive Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 395 4900
    Treat yourself to a delicious meal by dining here at Harbor House. The food is always super fresh, that being the main reason for the wonderful taste. The dishes are all prepared with subtle flavoring used in just the right proportion. The interior of the restaurant is simple and elegant. What adds to the beauty is the gorgeous view. A great place to take a date, though you should remember that this is a pricey place. The Maine Lobster Roll is a good try.
  • Metro

    411 East Mason Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 272 1937 / +1 877 638 7620 (Toll Free)
    Located in Hotel Metro - one of the first green hotels in the city, the restaurant Metro opens right from breakfast onwards. The cuisine served here is typical American. The menu changes on a regular basis, keeping the variety in rotation with regular surprises. The service here is really good. The staff is attentive and prompt with their service. Check for special offers before ordering.
  • Ryan Braun's Graffito

    102 North Water Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 727 2888
    If you are in the Historic Third Ward area, then this is the place to drop in for a meal. Ryan Braun's Graffito serves the delicious thin-crusted pizzas. The restaurant has an extensive wine menu with a selection that suits all palates. Rates of the food and the wine are reasonable. The service is prompt and efficient.
  • Swig

    217 North Broadway Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 431 7944
    Chill out with your friends or for a nice family dinner. Swig is a great option for any occasion. The classy interiors provide a great ambiance for that date night! The service at Swig is always impeccable. That's one more reason while people keep returning here. The food menu is extensive, with loads of appealing dishes. The Grilled Watermelon Salad is one innovative dish that must be tried.
  • Tulip

    360 East Erie Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 273 5252
    Get a taste of authentic Turkish delicacies here at Tulip. The restaurant has a welcoming ambiance and comfortable seating. You can choose to sit on a chair, on a couch or by the little fireplace! Food varieties are overwhelming and you are going to be confused while reading the menu. Go with whatever you find appealing, or simply check with the excellent wait staff. Either ways, you can't go wrong.
  • Zarletti

    741 North Milwaukee Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 225 0000
    Italian recipes passed on down through generations and waiting for you to come and savor the delicacies! Walk into Zarletti and enjoy the fine dining restaurant with flavors that are unique and delicious. The food is all freshly prepared using nothing but fresh ingredients. The wine menu is extensive. Some excellent pairings with the food being served.
  • Bistro Bar 333

    333 West Kilbourn Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 270 6129
    Dine at the upscale Bistro Bar 333 located in the Hyatt Regency. The bar takes pride in its handcrafted cocktails that never seem to disappoint. The food menu features some regular eats which are not so regular in flavor! The delicious food is served in good portions, making it worth the pricey rates. The service is truly 5-star.
  • Molly Cool's Seafood Tavern

    1110 North Old World 3rd Street Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 831 8862
    Calling all seafood lovers! Come into Molly Cool's Seafood Tavern to treat your taste buds. Fresh seafood, cooked to perfection is what you can expect here. The service is excellent. The staff is polite and friendly and is well informed about the menu. Ask for the specials before placing your order. This restaurant also has a kids menu.
  • Mo's - A Place For Steaks

    720 North Plankinton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 272 0720
    An upscale steakhouse, that serves you steaks that make every penny worth it. Mo's ensures to give you the best in service and food. The steaks are absolutely delicious, with just the right flavor and cooked perfectly. The ambiance makes this place great for either a family meal or for an intimate dinner.
  • Tutto

    1033 Old World 3rd Street Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 291 5600
    If you're looking for a quiet spot for an intimate dinner, then this would not be the best place for you. If you're looking for great food, no matter what the ambiance, then walk right in! Delicious Italian treats brought to you by Tutto. The place is huge and also has big TV screens which do air the games. There is also loud music playing, and is the perfect ambiance when you're with a group of friends. Prices are reasonable and the portions are good.
  • La Merenda

    125 East National Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 389 0125
    For some authentic tapas, go to La Merenda. Their menu features a huge variety of traditional tapas as well as some newer innovations and the service is excellent. They are knowledgeable about the menu and are happy to make suggestions. They do get really packed during peak hours, so a reservation is highly recommended.
  • Timmer's Resort

    5151 Timmer West Bend, WI 53095 United States - Phone: +1 262 338 7710
    Don't let the name fool you. Timmer's Resort is very much a restaurant serving some delicious food. This gorgeous place is quite popular as a private event space as well. The service here is professional and top notch. Also available are Sunday brunches, a kids menu and other specials. A highly recommended place, this is a must try.
  • Andrew's

    415 Genesee Street Delafield, WI 53018 United States - Phone: +1 262 646 1620
    Located in The Delafield Hotel, Andrew's is a great place to catch a quick meal or enjoy a drink or two with a friend. The interiors are gorgeous with a cozy feeling and super comfortable seating. This place makes for a great date night. The service staff is knowledgeable about the menu, and can help you out with some good suggestions.
  • Seven Seas

    1807 Nagawicka Road Hartland, WI 53029 United States - Phone: +1 262 367 3903

    Set your mind free of everything when you dine at Seven Seas. The gorgeous restaurant provides unmatched views of the sunset over Lake Nagawicka. The restaurant serves seafood that is fresh and delicious. Set up in just the right ambiance, Seven Seas makes a great place for an intimate meal. The service is excellent. The waitstaff ensures you are comfortable at all times without being too intrusive. This is a must-visit restaurant.

  • The Red Circle Inn & Bistro

    N44 W33013 Watertown Plank Road Nashotah, WI 53058 United States - Phone: +1 262 367 4883
    If a place has lasted more than a 100 years, then there's got to be more to it! Allow yourself to experience the hospitality of Red Circle Inn. Choose to simply dine here, or host an event, either ways you will not be disappointed. Most people will agree that this place has gotten better over time, and continues to perfect everything that they do. Living up to their reputation, even today The Red Circle delights customers with their delicious food and excellent service. A great experience when you are in the city.
  • Jake's Restaurant

    21445 West Gumina Road Pewaukee, WI 53072 United States - Phone: +1 262 781 7995
    Standing for over a decade now, Jake's Restaurant is a local favorite steakhouse in the city. The menu here covers quite a variety and has something for every palate. The restaurant has a great happy hour offer. Call for details. Four different spaces are available for private parties, where the restaurant guarantees satisfaction. Over all, a visit here will certainly be a memorable one.
  • Zaffiro's Pizzeria & Bar

    11700 North Port Washington Road Mequon, WI 53092 United States - Phone: +1 262 241 8484
    Zaffiro's Pizzeria & Bar is known for their delicious thin-crust pizzas. The food here is priced higher than the other places in the area, but the food is certainly worth it. If pizza's are not what you are looking for today, Zaffiro's also serves some awesome pastas. The service is quick and efficient.
  • Golden Mast

    W349 N5293 Lacy's Lane Okauchee Lake, WI 53069 United States - Phone: +1 262 567 7047
    The Golden Mast is a gorgeous option to spend a leisurely meal. The restaurant is located on the Okauchee Lake and provides a gorgeous view. The food here is excellent and the service just enhances the experience. The restaurant also offers space and is a wonderful spot to host private events. Your guests are guaranteed to have a wonderful time.
  • North Star American Bistro - Shorewood

    4518 North Oakland Avenue Shorewood, WI 53211 United States - Phone: +1 414 964 4663
    A classy upscale place to feast on appetizing cuisine is what North Star American Bistro offers its guests. Experienced restauranteurs Mike Stoner and Duffy O'Neil began their venture with this Shorewood outlet in 2004. The menu features a classic American fare of burgers, salads, sandwiches, ravioli, pizzas and more. They provide a tantalizing line up of gluten free dishes for those with dietary restrictions. This place offers a special menu with delightful fares for their little guests, and on Saturdays, they can call from this menu for free.
  • NSB Bar and Grill

    8649 North Port Washington Road Fox Point, WI 53217 United States - Phone: +1 414 351 6100
    Relish on tantalizing American cuisine at the NSB Bar and Grill. Their menu features local favorites of burgers, sandwiches, salads, rolls, steaks, chicken and seafood dishes. Do try out their signature dish of Potato and Herb Crusted Whitefish. For the best deal and meal, call from their list of specials fr the day. The restaurant is nestled within the River Point Village Shopping Center, you can take a break from your shopping spree and unwind at a typical American grill at the NSB.
  • Devon Seafood + Steak

    5715 North Bayshore Drive Glendale, WI 53217 United States - Phone: +1 414 967 9790
    Nestled within the Bayshore Mall, Devon Seafood + Steak offers a delightful fare of bounties from the sea and tantalizing steaks. The restaurant also accommodates guests with dietary restrictions by providing a special menu of gluten free and vegetarian dishes. Their early bird menu will offer you an entire meal within USD30. Simplicity but sophistication is what will beckon you to Devon Seafood + Steak, time and again. You can host your private event in this elegant restaurant, and let them cater to your every need; they will even design a special menu in accordance to your preferences.
  • Coa Restaurant

    5750 North Port Washington Road Glendale, WI 53217 United States - Phone: +1 414 291 3773
    A gem in the Bianchini group of eating outlets, Coa Restaurant offers locals and visitors with tantalizing Mexican cuisine. The restaurant brings to Glendale authentic Mexican street food. Guests can gorge on an array of tacos, fajitas, burritos, enchiladas, nachos, empanadas and complete their meal with flan or churros. They offer a special line up of dishes for children as well as small portions for those with lesser appetites. Nestled within Bayshore Mall, Coa is  great place to enjoy a Mexican break from your shopping spree.
  • Innovation

    10499 Innovation Drive Wauwatosa, WI 53226 United States - Phone: +1 414 259 0793
    A sophisticated and classy ambiance to feast on traditional American cuisine is what awaits you at Innovation. Gorge on satisfying portions of burgers, wraps, sandwiches, pasta, wings and more. Visit this place during occasions like Christmas, valentine's, Halloween; guests are treated to special fares that will make the day memorable. Nestled within the Crowne Plaza Milwaukee West, guests are welcome to visit this restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
  • McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks - Wauwatosa, WI

    2550 North Mayfair Road Wauwatosa, WI 53226 United States - Phone: +1 414 475 0700 / +1 414 475 6917

    Bounties from the sea and sizzling steaks, are waiting to please your taste buds at McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks. The menu at McCormick & Schmick's blends in flairs from the gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and the Pacific Rim regions. For the best dishes this place has to offer choose from their signature dishes. Lovers of fresh catch can have a feast at the oyster bar. The steaks are made from prime meat to bring out rich flavors. This location at Milwaukee is in close proximity to the mall; take a break from your shopping an feast on steaks or seafood.

  • Route 20 Outhouse

    14001 Washington Avenue Sturtevant, WI 53177 United States - Phone: +1 262 898 7900
    Route 20 Outhouse is the ultimate live entertainment destination in Racine. It features an eclectic line-up of cultural events throughout the year; from live music by regional bands, to interactive comedy acts. Catch the live game on their projection screens or a drive-in movie screening outdoors with a beer or cocktail. They also feature a delicious selection of handmade burgers, pizzas and barbecued ribs.
  • Solly's Grille

    4629 North Port Washington Road Milwaukee, WI 53212 United States - Phone: +1 414 332 8808
    Established in 1936, Solly's has been a city staple for comfort food and great breakfasts. Burgers dominate the main menu, with offerings like the Original Solly Burger and the Bacon Cheeseburger. The old-school Butter Burger, with generous amounts of dripping butter is a hot favorite among patrons and has been featured in numerous television shows as well. The Cheesehead burger is another menu favorite. Sides include the classic fries and onion rings, with the option of salads and delicious homemade pies as well. Choose from a selection of hot chocolate, shakes, lemonade or root beer to complete the meal. Check website for more.
  • The Safe House

    779 North Front Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 271 2007
    If you want to gain access to The Safe House, you must speak out the correct secret pass phrase at its door. Those coming into this spy-themed restaurant are sure to have a unique experience with its hidden stories and house secrets. Diners recommend the Magic Show of Chris Ivanovich at the end of the dinner. There will be plenty of spy-styled things to do here, which adds to the exciting atmosphere of this restaurant. The bar serves a good amount of drinks, while the food at the restaurant is commendable. Diners who visit The Safe House will enjoy its enigmatic environment and decor.
  • Braise

    1101 South 2nd Street Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States - Phone: +1 414 212 8843
    Braise is not only one of the most promising restaurants in Milwaukee, it is also committed to teaching its diners about where food comes from and how it is processed. All of the ingredients in the dishes are locally sourced whenever possible and the owners even have their own culinary school in the restaurant. The menu changes daily, however some of the examples on the menu include a cheese plate, trout, pork loin and other Nouvelle American inspired cuisine. The bar menu includes many local beers and a superb wine list for those who wish to try a varietal.
  • Oscars Pub & Grill

    1712 W. Pierce Street Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States - Phone: +1 414 810-1820
    Locals consider Oscar's Pub & Grill to be one of the most revered and vaunted places in the city, thanks to their great food and drinks served at an honest Midwest prices. They specialize in burgers and their most popular named the 'Big O' is an 8oz. Black Angus Steakburger topped with Chipotle Jack, Smoked Gouda, Hickory Bacon, Chorizo, Jalapeños and Fried Onions, it truly is a monster. For 7.25USD, the burger comes with fries and is one of the best deals in town. The restaurant also has a fully stocked bar with knowledgeable proprietors behind the bar who cater to their guests every need. 
  • Swingin' Door Exchange

    219 E Michigan St Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 276-8150
    This bar/restaurant is a no-frills, simple place that slings better than average drinks and a great place to eat any time of day. Here, sandwiches like the Reuben and Patty Melt are served with interesting and tasty side dishes like Spicy Vermouth Carrots or grilled beets instead of fries. The restaurant also provides locals with the ubiquitous Friday night fish fry (just as any good Milwaukee establishment would) and one of the best things about the place is the cost, diners seem to agree that everything on the menu is extremely well-priced for the portion(s).
  • Von Trier

    2235 N. Farwell Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 272 1775
    According to the restaurant website, the story says that there has been a tavern on this spot for well over a century. The spot has changed many times over those last 100 years until Karl Lotharus purchased the restaurant and renamed it after his hometown of Trier in 1978. Since then it has become the quintessential Lotharingian restaurant and bar on the corner of Farwell and North. It has changed owners a few times since Karl died unfortunately just three years after he purchased it, however today the new owners have retained the German beer and brats to the delight of Milwaukee's denizens. It is a real nice place for a drink and the interior oozes authenticity galore with its massive Bier steins, wood and stained glass panels, and of course an awesome beer garden.
  • All Purpose Bar And Kitchen

    814 South 2nd Street Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States - Phone: +1 414 672 6000
    All Purpose is a contemporary American restaurant, serving some delicious recipes made out of fresh ingredients. Located in the Walker's Point neighborhood of Milwaukee, this quaint little eatery has a laid-back ambiance, which is perfect for a casual dinner. Butternut squash, braised lamb tagliatelle, BBQ spare ribs and grilled swordfish are some of the stand-out dishes on their menu. The restaurant also has a range of creative cocktails like The Gabriel, Smoke and Spice and Rattlesnake, which go very well with their elaborate menu. Call ahead for reservations, visit their website for more information.
  • The Anchorage

    4700 North Port Washington Road Milwaukee, WI 53212 United States - Phone: +1 414 962-4710
    The Anchorage Restaurant is located inside the Hilton Milwaukee River Hotel and it is consistently rated one of the best seafood restaurants inside a hotel. The kitchen brings the sea's bounty from all corners of the country, crayfish from the Gulf Coast, crab from the Pacific and Cod from the Atlantic all arrive daily. A great option to choose for a bite or a drink is on the patio because it provides a bucolic view of the river and surrounding beauty that envelopes the hotel. If you would like a lighter meal or just a drink, grab a stool at the Rivers Edge Pub, it is located in the same spot as the restaurant.
  • Balistreri's Italian-American Ristorante

    812 North 68th Street Wauwatosa, WI 53213 United States - Phone: +1 414 475 1414
    Even though this pizzeria/restaurant is located in nearby Wauwatosa, Milwaukeens usually claim it as their own. For over 40 years owner Jim Balistreri has been serving the community with his homespun Italian dishes and delectable pizza. The menu is filled with so many options, almost every region of Italy is represented, albeit made the American way. Try the Melanzane Fritte, it is one of the best pieces of fried eggplant in the Midwest. Mr. Balistreri has another Italian restaurant on Blue Mound Road (also in Wauwatosa), yet this one focuses on more complex Italian dinners that require sit-down service.  
  • Blue's Egg

    317 N 76th St. Milwaukee, WI 53213 United States - Phone: +1 414 299-3180
    Blue's Egg is only open for breakfast, but it lasts until 2pm and it has one of the best breakfast menus in the city. They are known for their signature stuffed hash browns in which some of the selections include chicken & chorizo, roasted mushroom and creamy leeks or aged provolone. Each one is amazing and this is only the savory side of the menu, the pancakes and french toast options are perfect for that sweet tooth. The menu changes and specials arrive daily so check website for more details.   
  • Centro Cafe

    808 East Center Street Milwaukee, WI 53212 United States - Phone: +1 414 455-3751
    Centro Cafe is simplicity without the duplicity as the Italian dishes that come out of the kitchen are authentic without any pretense. Most Milwaukeens who have visited will tell you that their Lobster Risotto is magnificent and the restaurant deals with over 20 different local farmers. The menu changes according to season so the diner is sure to receive the freshest ingredients. Check website for menu and other community events that the restaurant has throughout the year. 
  • Crazy Water

    839 S 2nd St Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States - Phone: +1 414 645-2606
    This restaurant located in the trendy neighborhood of Walker's Point focuses on American fusion cuisine and innovative modern plates that don't stray too far from comfort food. For example, the chicken tacos with goat cheese are superb and the artichokes stuffed with garlic breadcrumbs could easily be made at home, but they may not be as good. As an entree, the Niman Ranch Flatiron Steak is grass-fed greatness and the New Jersey diver scallops in a Meyer lemon beurre blanc are manna from heaven. The wine list is small but well-curated and it primarily features wines from California.
  • Jackson Grill

    3736 W Mitchell St Milwaukee, WI 53215 United States - Phone: +1 414 384-7384
    This classic supper club retains all the charm from yesteryear, yet its kitchen brings modernity and flair to their plates. To start, the duck fat fries with homemade aioli don't get any better than this and their steaks, chops or ribs are served with their amazingly addictive Gorgonzola Bleu Butter. The restaurant menu also has seafood and pasta dishes in addition to traditional sides like Mac n' Cheese, mashed potatoes, soup and/or garden salads. Ask your server for daily specials and check website to view rotating menu. 
  • Odd Duck

    2352 S Kinnickinnic Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53207 United States - Phone: +1 414 763-5881
    Owners Melissa Buchholz and Ross Bachhuber run this restaurant based on the principle of shared plates and communal ingredients. The menu is hard to define because their influences range from French traditionalism to Asian fusion. For example, you can order Steamed Mussels in a Shallot Apple Broth or Lo Mein with Crispy Wonton and Tofu for something completely different. Nonetheless, the kitchen brings different farm-to-table flavors every day with their innovative small plate menus and charcuterie boards which are some of the best in the city. 
  • Pleasant Prairie Prime Outlets

    11211 120th Avenue Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 United States - Phone: +1 262 857 2101
    Located on the Illinois-Wisconsin border, the Prime Outlets at Pleasant Prairie offer upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of over 90 designer and name brand stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day in stores that include Adidas, Aeropostale, Banana Republic, Benetton, Bath & Body Works, Eddie Bauer, Converse, Columbia Sportswear, Gap, Lane Bryant, Pepperidge Farm, Yankee Candle and many more.
  • Brady Street

    Brady Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 273 7222(Tourist Information) /+1 800 554 1448(Toll Free)
    Brady Street is one of the city's liveliest streets thanks to numerous bars, restaurants, and shops that abound. These nine blocks are popular among a young, hip crowd, but you will still see mom and dad pushing Jr. around in his stroller. The restaurant choices include Mexican, American, Italian and Mediterranean as well as the more esoteric Brocach Irish Pub. Shoppers will be delighted to find many cute boutiques, most of which specialize in vintage gifts and clothing. For great vintage treasures, stop in Dragonfly and to snack on some Greek meze, try Apollo Cafe.
  • Dragonfly

    1117 East Brady Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 271 1244
    Located on Brady Street, Dragonfly's owners moved to Milwaukee over 20 years ago from Massachusetts and since then have found their niche on this popular street. The shop offers unique, vintage items that make great gifts or cool kitschy housewares to bring home. Whether you're in the market for clothing, gifts or furniture, Dragonfly truly has something for everyone.
  • Grand Avenue Mall

    275 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 224 0655
    The Grand Avenue Mall is located in Milwaukee's downtown area, a prime location. There are numerous stores covering women's and men's apparel, shoes, sporting goods, video games, and electronics. There are also numerous restaurants and cafes. The Wild Flour Bakery makes delicious, fresh pastries, and Applebee’s is great for a sit-down lunch with family and friends. The mall offers something for everyone, and even if you're not in the mood to shop, pop in to escape the summer heat of Milwaukee.
  • Boutique Vieux et Nouveau

    1217 E. Brady St. Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 287 9049
    Boutique Vieux et Nouveau, located right off the very popular Brady Street, offers attractive, trendy fashions for all ages and sizes. There is a misses line as well as a junior section. The boutique also sells and wide variety of footwear, handbags, other accessories. Whether you're shopping for yourself or searching for that perfect gift, Boutique Vieux et Nouveau has what you need.
  • Waterford Wine Company

    1327 East Brady Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 289 9463
    Located on the bustling Brady Street, the Waterford Wine Company offers a large selection of vintages from all over the world. The staff are knowledgeable and eager to share their love of the vine. Feel free to ask questions or for a recommendation. If you're hosting a party of simply looking for the right bottle for the right occasion, let the experts at the Waterford Wine Company assist you.
  • Breadsmith

    400 North Water Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 9621965
    Located inside the Milwaukee Public Market, Breadsmith is a popular bakery that prides itself in its use of old-fashioned baking techniques and class recipes. Breadsmith considers itself more than just a bakery, it is an experience. Savory favorites include the cheddar jalapeno sourdough, the beer bread and the Mediterranean herb. Sweet favorites include cinnamon swirl, chocolate cherry bread and honey raisin pecan.
  • Milwaukee Public Market

    400 North Water Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 289 3107
    Located in the Historic Third Ward, the Milwaukee Public Market is open seven days a week and features what seems like an innumerable amount of vendors. Visitors can find everything here, from cheese, baked goods, candies and produce to flowers, meats, wine, ethnic foods, organic products and specialty items. The Milwaukee Public Market should be a stop on everyone's list. It's the perfect place to take a coffee break or to pick up a few items for dinner. The market hosts various festivals focused on food, music and spirits, in addition to the cooking classes offered on-site.
  • Usinger's

    1030 North Old World Third Street Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 276 9100 / +1 800 558 9998(Toll Free)
    With over 70 varieties, Usinger's famous sausage has made quite a name for itself in the city. It is known for superb bratwurst and authentic bierwurst, and Usinger's has been satisfying sausage-lovers since 1880! The business was founded by Fred Usinger, a young German immigrant who had learned the art of sausage-making in Frankfurt. After over a century, Fred Usinger's legacy lives on within this Milwaukee institution.
  • Peter Sciortino's Bakery

    1101 East Brady Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 272 4623
    Peter Sciortino's Bakery makes some of the finest Italian pastries, cookies, breads and rolls in all of Milwaukee. The bakery has won numerous awards, and it's no surprise. The goods are baked fresh every morning, insuring the finest quality. Some of the bakery's most popular cookies include the rum balls, the pecan fingers, the Italian macaroons and the chocolate butter sandwiches. Visit the store or the website to inquire about ordering cookies and pastries for parties and other special events.
  • Spice House

    400 North Water Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 431 0835
    The Spice House, located inside the highly popular and deliciously European Milwaukee Public Market offers the freshest and rarest of spices available. All of the local chefs come here to stock up on herbs and spices, and if that new recipe you're eager to try calls for an obscure spice, the Spice House will surely have it. Even if you're not looking to buy, stop in to breathe in all the wonderful fragrances and to appreciate all the vibrant colors. 
  • JuJu Gifts, Accessories & Decor

    222 East Erie Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 221 9580
    Juju is an adorable boutique tucked inside the historic Third Ward area that specializes in accessories, gifts and home decor items. The owners aims to showcase the magic of Milwaukee by selling eclectic items found in and around the city. Juju's goal is fulfill all of your personal shopping and gift-giving needs. Owners Wendy and Nicole take pride in their store and are happy to assist any customers or to answer any questions.
  • Wholly Cow Frozen Custard

    637 Main Street Delafield, WI 53018 United States - Phone: +1 262 646 2555
    Delafield is nestled between Lapham Peak State Park and beautiful Lake Nagawicka. The quaint downtown hosts many specialty shops including Wholly Cow Frozen Custard. This family owned establishment, founded in 1993, is an authentic old-fashioned frozen custard shop. The cow themed shop is a popular local landmark, serving fabulous burgers, a variety of grilled sandwiches and a sumptuous array of sundaes made with fresh homemade frozen custard. Also offered is a variety of ice cream flavors. Their indoor seating area opens into an adorable gift shop with lots of Wisconsin collectibles on display, and their friendly summer staff is all smiles.
  • House of Harley-Davidson

    6221 West Layton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53220 United States - Phone: +1 414 282 2211
    The House of Harley-Davidson is a place where every biker boy and girl will have their dreams come true. The famous Hell's Angel biker gang has made this all American brand even more famous than it was before. At this showroom, you will get to choose from an astounding variety of the most famous bikes in the world. There are special biking events held here too where celebrities from across the nation come to share their biking passion with their fans. For further details, do visit their website.
  • Bayshore Town Center

    5800 N Bayshore Dr A256 Glendale, WI 53217 United States - Phone: +1 414 963 8780
    Even though Bayshore Town Center is located in nearby Glendale, it is one of the most popular malls in the greater Milwaukee area. One reason for this is due to its amazing amount of stores, with over 100 brand name as well as local shops it is no wonder why it is so popular. Some of the larger retailers include Barnes & Noble, Banana Republic, Foot Locker and Claire's among many others. Check website for store directory and more details.
  • American Science & Surplus

    6901 West Oklahoma Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53219 United States - Phone: +1 414 541 7777
    Science buff or not, American Science & Surplus is a must visit. Among their bizarre inventory are robots, batteries, lasers, hardware, electronics, industrial fixtures, educational items and rare findings. Innovative minds have used their supplies to make homemade telescopes, do-it-yourself costumes, as well as science models and experiments. Browse through their aisles and make that quirky to addition to your collection.
  • Boswell Book Company

    2559 North Downer Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53211 United States - Phone: +1 414 332 1181
    One of the last of its kind, this independent bookstore on the North Side of town still retains hardcovers and paperbacks for Milwaukeens. It opened in 2009 and since then it has become a favorite haunt for bookworms and academicians who seek knowledge upon its shelves. The store also holds events and symposia with authors and writers throughout the year so check the website for updated information and details.
  • Vino 100

    219 E. Erie St. Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 277-8466
    Here at Vino 100, visitors can come in and find the perfect Zinfandel or that specific Montepulciano d'Abruzzo for dinner. This wine shop/bar is located in the Historic Third Ward and focuses on the business model of "100 wines for under 25 dollars". If you choose not to buy the entire bottle, you can sidle up to the bar and have one of the many varietals on the shelves. It is a perfect place to start the evening with a glass or two before exploring the Third Ward. 
  • Art Smart's Dart Mart & Juggling Emporium

    1695 North Humboldt Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 273-3278
    This tiny little shop off of Brady Street is a one-stop shop of weird gadgets and gizmos for clowns, jugglers or anyone who likes quirkiness in general. Some of the fun items include juggler's clubs, clown shoes, chattering teeth, darts and any other gag gift you can imagine. Truly a little time machine to a era when fun and entertainment was meant to be created not automated, Art's shop is a definite throwback for people born before 1980. The owner is very helpful and the store offers great items for anyone into clowning around .
  • Brass Rooster

    2479 S Kinnickinnic Ave. Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 988-5222
    Hatmaking and millinery are somewhat lost art forms and you can only find a few shops scattered throughout the country worth their salt. The Brass Rooster is one such find. They create, design, size and fit their own hats as well as sell a wide range from other designers. Some of the other brands in store are Stetson, Biltmore, Bailey and Broner among many others. In addition to hats, they also offer toiletries, shaving supplies, ties, cufflinks and other items for men. 
  • Bullseye Records

    1627 E Irving Pl. Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 223-3177
    Bullseye Records is an old school record store that remains steadfast in this ever changing, tumultuous world of digitized music. Most of the shelves feature vinyl, however they still have many used CDs and even some stereo gear. The shopkeepers really know their product and they don't mind if you loiter around searching through the 'stacks of wax'. The selection of music runs the gamut, from honky-tonk to hard rock, if you don't find anything here, you aren't looking hard enough.
  • Clinton Street Antiques

    1110 South First Street Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States - Phone: +1 414 732-6371
    Clinton Street Antiques in the hip Walker's Point neighborhood has all kinds of kitschy items for your home or to give as a gift. The store sells items that range from turn-of-the-century nostalgia to 80's gadgets and everything in between, all at the right price. Items include posters, kitchen utensils, old fashioned lunch boxes and other assorted products for the home and garden. If you are there during the summer, they have an immaculate Koi pond and garden out through the back door that you shouldn't forget!
  • Downtown Books Bought & Sold

    624 N Broadway St Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 224-1799
    Downtown Book Bought & Sold is exactly that, here you can buy as well as sell your used books. The shelves are stacked from floor to ceiling with hard-to-find titles and they also have a section for comics and records. The prices vary depending on what you are looking for, and if you still have a VCR player, they have an innumerable amount of VHS tapes. It is easy to spend hours perusing the tomes and the narrow aisles have all types of nooks where you can sit and read them.   
  • Fischberger's Variety

    2445 North Holton Street Milwaukee, WI 53212 United States - Phone: +1 414 263-1991
    Fischberger Variety is a one of the best hidden secrets in Milwaukee. It is a simple mom-and-daughter shop that specializes in unique gifts, kitschy products for the home, gift cards, toys, clothes and other things that you will not find anywhere else. The gals in the store also provide those little touches of customer service, for instance, when you do find that perfect gift for yourself or for that special someone, they will even wrap it beautifully for you!
  • George Watts & Son Inc

    761 N Jefferson St Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 290-5700
    Since 1879, this impressive old shop has provided Milwaukee with another special little gem to claim as its own. It is still run by the same Watts family and within its doors you'll find all types of hard-to-find, unique items for your table, bath, bar, kitchen and garden. Most of the brands here are from independent designers that pride themselves on handcrafted workmanship and quality. Another special addition to this superb shop is the tea room upstairs that serves traditional English afternoon tea as well as lunch and breakfast. Check their website for full menu and special online items.   
  • Lost World of Wonders

    6913 W. Oklahoma Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53219 United States - Phone: +1 414 328-4651
    The Lost World of Wonders seems to have cornered the comic market in Milwaukee with its hefty selection of items housed in 5000 square feet of space. From traditional series and Manga to and specialty comics, visitors are always delighted with the choices the shop has to offer. Besides comics, they also sell other items like T-shirts, rare toys, kitschy Milwaukee comic related products and the prices are especially reasonable for a specialty shop. The staff is also pretty relaxed despite the oft maligned comic book dealer stereotype; these guys are always willing to help.
  • Luci Boutique

    532 N Water St. Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 226-0114
    This boutique shop for women's clothes is one-of-a-kind and every item sold will never be found anywhere else. The associates are great with finding the right dress for the occasion and it doesn't matter if its the cold Midwest winter or sultry, steamy summer, they consistently have the latest trends in fashion. Don't forget to check their website for coupons and specials to combat the somewhat pricey dresses and accessories. 
  • Tip Top Atomic Shop

    2343 S Kinnickinnic Ave Milwaukee, WI 53207 United States - Phone: +1 414 486-1951
    Tip Top Atomic Shop is the go-to place for all things from the 40's, 50's, 60's and beyond. The store has trinkets galore from yesteryear, household products from the 50's 'modern' kitchen, Hawaiian shirts and hula girls perfect for your dashboard. Some of the furniture and other rare items can be a little expensive, however this is craftsmanship and quality that is hard to find nowadays. It is definitely another one of Milwaukee's many great mom-and-pop shops.  
  • Uhle's Finest Cigars & Tobacco

    114 W Wisconsin Ave Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 273-6665
    Milwaukee denizens need to look no further if they are looking to fill their humidors with quality tobacco. Uhle's has been in business since 1939 and today they continue the family tradition in their storefront as well as online. In addition to fine cigars and tobacco, they also supply e-cigarettes and have a smoke room where you can puff away until closing time. The staff is extremely knowledgeable and you can sniff different brands of tobacco before you can buy. Uhle's truly is a great place for seasoned smokers or those who just enjoy the occasional cigar.
  • The Waxwing

    4415 N Oakland Ave Milwaukee, WI 53211 United States
    This local arts and crafts store is located in the near north village of Shorewood along Lake Michigan. It features handicrafts from people around the city as well as professional designers within the store. The products include varied items such as homemade greeting cards and furniture to ceramics and prints. The shop is also very proud of Milwaukee and its items prominently display kitschy homages to certain parts of the city. Even though it may be in Shorewood, it is definitely worth the stop if you have other business in town.
  • Apartment 720

    720 North Milwaukee Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 414 292 3999
    This trendy club in Juneautown is a favorite hangout for locals as well as the occasional celebrity that walks through its doors. Most of the crowd is a young twenty-something and the music from the DJs is generally house and electronica. The drinks are a bit expensive, but they are strong and the dance floor is huge so you won't worry about elbow-to-elbow crowds. Check website for events and nightly specials.
  • Hot Water & Wherehouse Night Club

    818 South Water Street Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States - Phone: +1 414 383 7593
    Located in the wharf neighborhood of Harbor View, Hot Water and Wherehouse Night Club is actually two clubs rolled into one building. The Wherehouse is a massive 5000 sq. ft. space with a dance floor made of teakwood and Hot Water is a more intimate 3800 sq. ft. with floors made of Brazilian Cypress. Both clubs feature an assortment of different acts that range from big band and jazz to A Capella and rock, so you can rest assured that you will dance. Every night has a different theme, on Saturdays its Salsa and the club jumps to the sound of Swing on Tuesdays. Check website for event details and other specials. 
  • La Cage

    801 S 2nd St Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States - Phone: +1 414 383-8330
    La Cage is the most frequented and popular LGBT bar in the entire state of Wisconsin. It is open from 6pm daily and every night it features different specials and music until the wee hours of the morning. The complex has several floors, Go-Go dancer cages, live DJs and female impersonators of course. La Cage also has a great happy hour and serves 2-1 priced drinks practically every night of the week. Check website for events and details.
  • Milwaukee Mile Raceway

    640 South 84th Street West Allis, WI 53214 United States - Phone: +1 414 266 7107
    Known as "America's Legendary Oval", the Milwaukee Mile is the oldest operating motor speedway in the world. The Mile hosts AAA and Stock Car events, the NASCAR Busch Series, 24-hour endurance races and more. The 45,000-seat grandstands and state-of-the-art competitor areas and facilities, make this a fun and exciting day out in Milwaukee.So make sure you drop in soon cause this is where all the action is!
  • UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

    400 West Kilbourn Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 908 6001
    This stadium, seating over 12,000 people, is located in the town of Milwaukee near Lake Michigan. It is the venue of choice for several expositions, Disney on Ice events, conferences, seminars, music concerts and festivals. Boxing, soccer, baseball, and wrestling games are also held here. Check the website for details on upcoming events and availability of tickets.
  • St. Mary's

    836 North Broadway Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 271 6180

    St. Mary's is Milwaukee's oldest Catholic church. Sitting on a busy corner of downtown, the church as most likely witnessed years of development and change in Milwaukee. The church is famous for a beautiful Annunciation painting sitting above the altar. This painting was actually a gift from King Ludwig I of Bavaria. Regardless of your religious affiliation, stop in to appreciation this beautiful work of art.

  • Delta Center

    400 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 United States - Phone: +1 414 276 4545(Tickets) /+1 414 908 6000
    Located in the heart of Downtown, the Delta Center (formerly the Midwest Airlines Center and Frontier Airlines Center) is Milwaukee's Convention Center. Both the U.S. Cellular Arena and the Milwaukee Theater are part of the Delta Center. Besides playing host to frequent conferences and conventions, both of these venues present concerts, plays, sporting events and stand-up comedy. Between these two venues, there is likely to be a performance of interest during your trip to Milwaukee. Check the Center's website for a full schedule of conventions and other events.
  • Milwaukee County Transit System

    1942 North 17th Street Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 344 6711
    The Milwaukee County Transit System is a comprehensive system of buses servicing all of Milwaukee and the surrounding areas. Whether you're heading to work, out to Miller Park to catch a baseball game, or to the airport, the Milwaukee County Transit System can help you reach your destination. An individual adult fare is USD2. Transfers are valid for another hour.
  • Marquette University

    1217 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 288 7250 / +1 800 222 6544

    Located in the Avenues West neighborhood of Milwaukee, Marquette University is a private, coeducational Jesuit university. Founded in 1881, Marquette is one of 28 institutions in the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. Marquette is also Wisconsin's largest private university. It was founded by John Martin Henni who was the first Catholic bishop of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. The university is named after Father Jacques Marquette, S.J., a 17th-century missionary and explorer. Marquette's beautiful campus is home to the St. Joan of Arc Chapel, a Medieval French chapel that made its way to the US all the way from its original location in Chasse, France. The campus is also home to the Haggerty Museum of Art featuring works from various artistic periods and styles. 

     

     

  • Church of the Gesu

    1145 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53233 United States - Phone: +1 414 288 7101
    The Church of the Gesu is a Catholic Jesuit church located on the campus of Marquette University. This astonishing church is actually over a century old--it was built back in the 1890s. Gesu is the Italian name for Jesus. This name was chosen to honor the Church of Gesu in Rome, the burial place of St. Ignatius Loyal, the founder of the Jesuit Society. This church, like many in Milwaukee, earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places, and in 1975 is was designated a Milwaukee landmark.
  • Milwaukee

    Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI United States - Phone: +1 414 273 7222(Tourist Information)
    Known widely as a city of brewery and manufacturing, Milwaukee has plenty to offer visitors to the American Midwest. From sailing on Lake Michigan, to elegant dining, there is something to please everyone.  The city successfully manages project a friendly, small-town atmosphere with the added benefit of being the largest city in Wisconsin. 
  • Grafton

    Grafton Grafton, WI 53024 United States - Phone: +1 262 375 5300(Tourist Information)
    Unlike its neighboring cities, Wisconsin Dells and Milwaukee, Grafton may not have scenic landscapes and water parks or beer brewing companies to boast of. But this quaint village has its own charm; be it the restaurants and stores dotting the village or biking, golfing, canoeing and other recreational activities offered here. Do come by for a laid-back and relaxed vacation away from the metropolitan hustle-bustle.
  • Homestead High School

    5000 West Mequon Road Mequon, WI 53092 United States - Phone: +1 262 238 5900
  • Nicolet High School

    6701 North Jean Nicolet Road Glendale, WI 53217 United States - Phone: +1 414 351 1700
  • InStep

    6550 South Lovers Lane Franklin, WI 53132-1209 United States - Phone: +1 414 858 9306
  • Home Economics Room 135

    6801 Southway Way Greendale, WI 53129 United States - Phone: +1 414 423 0110
  • City Hall Room 206

    7325 West Forest Home Avenue Greenfield, WI 53220 United States
  • Swimming Pool- Greenfield High School

    4800 South 60th Street Greenfield, WI 53220 United States - Phone: +1 414 281 6200
  • Racine Lutheran High School

    251 Luedtke Avenue Racine, WI 53405-1899 United States - Phone: +1 262 637 6538
  • University of Wisconsin – Parkside

    4300 Petrifying Springs Road Kenosha, WI 53141 United States - Phone: +1 262 595 2245
  • Champion Field

    Off West Jefferson Street Oconomowoc, WI 53066 United States
  • Crosspoint Community Church

    West380 North 6931 North Lake Road Oconomowoc, WI 53066 United States - Phone: +1 262 567 5311
  • Sheboygan YMCA

    812 Broughton Drive Sheboygan , WI 53081 United States - Phone: +1 920 451 8000
  • Badger High School

    220 South Street Lake Geneva, WI 53147 United States - Phone: +1 262 348 2000
  • Beckum-Stapleton Little League

    911 West Brown Street Milwaukee, WI 53205 United States - Phone: +1 414 372 5794
  • Kern Center

    1025 North Broadway Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States - Phone: +1 800 332 6763 / +1 414 277 2850
  • Pettit National Ice Center

    500 South 84th Street Milwaukee, WI 53214 United States - Phone: +1 414 266 0100
  • Cedarburg High School Field House

    W68 N611 Evergreen Boulevard Cedarburg, WI 53012 United States - Phone: +1 262 376 6200
  • St. Francis Borgia Church

    1375 Covered Bridge Road Cedarburg, WI 53012 United States - Phone: +1 262 377 1070
  • Center Court Sports Complex

    815 Northview Road Waukesha, WI 53188-1618 United States
  • Waukesha North High School

    2222 Michigan Avenue Waukesha, WI 53188-3158 United States - Phone: +1 262 970 3500
  • Franklin School Gym

    2060 South 86th Street West Allis, WI 53227-1795 United States - Phone: +1 414 604 3700
  • Longfellow Elementary School Gym

    2211 South 60 Street West Allis, WI 53219-2164 United States - Phone: +1 414 604 4300
  • Woodrow Wilson Elementary School Gym

    8710 West Orchard Street West Allis, WI 53214-4399 United States - Phone: +1 414 604 4800
  • Hamilton High School

    W220 N6151 Town Line Road Sussex, WI 53089 United States - Phone: +1 262 246 6471
  • Pershing Elementary School Gym

    1330 South 47 Street West Milwaukee, WI 53214-3599 United States - Phone: +1 414 604 4600
  • West Milwaukee Intermediate School Gym

    5104 West Greenfield Avenue West Milwaukee, WI 53214-5341 United States - Phone: +1 414 604 3300
  • Saint Joan of Arc Parish School

    120 Nashotah Road Nashotah, WI 53058 United States - Phone: +1 262 646 5821
  • Downtown Racine

    Main Street Racine, WI 53403 United States - Phone: +1 262 634 6002
    Downtown Racine is hands down the most famous area of this city in Wisconsin and is the place you would love to spend your time at, while in Racine. The friendly vibe of the city oozes out in the downtown, which is a haven for the fun-seeking tourists who love to splurge on the shopping, drinking and dining at various establishments. One of the most prominent spots in the city, the Monument Square, is a hot spot where people converge to enjoy the concerts, rallies, street parties and other festivities held here throughout the year. After visiting the vibrant events held at the historic square, you can also explore the city's cultural heritage at the Racine Heritage Museum, watch splendid artworks at Racine Art Museum and admire the historic buildings like the Racine Civic Center and Memorial Hall.
  • Unitarian Church North

    13800 North Port Washington Road Mequon, WI 53097 United States - Phone: +1 262 375 3890
    The Unitarian Church North, which is based inside a simple structure, is home to the Unitarian Universalist congregation of Mequon. It opens the door for people of any religious backgrounds and race, and preaches about the values such as freedom of religious expression, sense of justice and equality. Apart from the regular Sunday prayer service, the congregation participates in various social activities that involves people of all ages. Events like concerts and lectures are also held at the church hall. Visit their website to know more.
  • Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin

    2777 Mission Road Nashotah, WI 53058 United States - Phone: +1 262 646 6500
    The Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin dates back to the 1860s era and serves the community of Nashotah, Wisconsin. The chapel was designed by James Douglas and Richard Upjohn, and it also features in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
  • Johnson Wax Headquarters

    1525 Howe Street Racine, WI 53403 United States - Phone: +1 262 260 2154
    Designed by the world famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, S. C. Johnson and Son Administration Building and Research Tower is also known as Johnson Wax Headquarters. This administrative building was built in 1936, while the research tower in 1944. Wright used his unique style and created a structure with curvilinear forms and a huge work space supported with multiple dendriform (tree-like) columns. Wright was later commissioned the design for the Research Tower, which also resembles spread-out branches of a tree. The furniture designed by Frank is still in use by the office employees. In 1976, both the visually-striking buildings were recognized National Historic Landmark. This awe-inspiring design is worth visiting in Wisconsin.
  • First Congregational United Church of Christ

    100 East Broadway Waukesha, WI 53186 United States - Phone: +1 262 542 8008
    First Congregational Church in Waukesha, Wisconsin was constructed in 1876. The church is designed in Victorian, Gothic and Tudor Revival architectural styles. It organizes worship every Sunday morning at 9:30a. Owing to its immense architectural and historical significance, it has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. It is also effectively utilized as a church school.
  • First Methodist Church

    121 Wisconsin Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186 United States - Phone: +1 262 542 4256
    The renowned First Methodist Church, located in Waukesha, is a brilliant structure constructed more than a century ago in 1898. The church offers for two worship services on Sundays. While the 9:00a service is a more traditional worship method, the one at 10:30a makes way for an informal setting with mild musical instruments. It also holds Sunday School to impart Biblical knowledge and values to young children. It stands as a splendid example of the Romanesque style of architecture, and was added in the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1983.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    716 College Avenue Racine, WI 53403 United States - Phone: +1 262 632 1686
    The famed and respected First Presbyterian Church is a monumental church at Racine, Wisconsin, United States. It was constructed in 1852 and is precisely located at College Avenue. It is a stellar example of the Greek Revival style of architecture. The varied ministries work towards the spiritual and overall development of individuals and imbibe faith, love and biblical values among the worshipers. The site has also featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Freewill Baptist Church

    19750 West National Avenue New Berlin, WI 53146 United States - Phone: +1 262 786 8610
    The Freewill Baptist Church is a historic chapel located in the beautiful city of New Berlin. Constructed in 1859, the church is spread over a modest area of 0.5 acres (0.20 hectare). At some point in history, the church was completely destroyed by fire, but has now been restored to its full glory. The church building shows the Greek Revival style of architecture and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, due it its rich past.
  • Lake Country Congregational Church

    400 West Capitol Drive Hartland, WI 53029-1921 United States - Phone: +1 262 367 5631
    Formerly, the Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke, the Lake Country Congregational Church dates back to 1910. This Lutheran Church was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. The church is renowned for its architectural excellence and represents the Romanesque style of designing.
  • St. Andrew's Church

    W3081 County Road Y LeRoy, WI 53048 United States - Phone: +1 920 583 4125
    Spread over less than one acre of land, the St. Andrew's Church is a beautiful church. Popularly described as the 'works of art with vivid colors and intricate details',  the church stands out in it's beauty. With the stained glass windows, beautiful area surrounding the church serves as a historic site. Worships are conducted at a daily basis and several events are organised to bring the parish together.

  • St. John Chrysostom Church

    Church Street Delafield, WI 53018 United States - Phone: +1 262 646 2727

    The St. John Chrysostom Church, more famously known as the Little Red Church on the Hill, is a historic church located in Delafield, Wisconsin. This wooden structure was built in 1853 by Richard Michell Upjohn, a famed architect from New York and his father, Richard Upjohn. With this design, the church building became a pioneer in Carpenter Gothic architecture, as it came to be known later. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

  • Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church

    415 West Capitol Drive Hartland, WI 53029 United States - Phone: +1 262 367 1091
    The congregation of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church was formed in the early 19th Century. Following a disagreement, the congregation divided in the mid-1800s. A new church for this congregation was established in 1910. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
  • Fox River Christian Church

    S46W24130 Lawnsdale Road Waukesha, WI 53189 United States - Phone: +1 262 544 6000
    Fox River Christian Church at Waukesha is set in a contemporary building that was built in 2004. Their modern wooden pews, mezzanine and pulpit gives it a spacious look. It is equipped with the latest sound and light technology and has a video screen in the hall. It also features an indoor sports court that is used for basketball, volleyball and softball. Besides Saturday and Sunday services, the church regularly holds various events for their members. They also have care services for recovering addicts, divorcees, kids and individuals.