Travel Guide: Milwaukee

 Milwaukee City Guide

Where To Stay:

The Pfister Hotel: We can’t say enough good things about our stay at The Pfister Hotel. It’s central location makes exploring the city a breeze & it has more accommodations than we could have ever dreamed of!

The Nicest Milwaukee Homes

What To Do:

Milwaukee Public Market: This activity, which doubles for our “Where To Eat” section, is an amazing way to truly take in all Milwaukee has to offer. Local vendors gather to sell Milwaukee staples such as cheese, beer, & so much more.

Shop: While there aren’t many chain stores in Milwaukee, it’s selection of boutiques is top notch. We loved local shops such as Lizzibeth Boutique & Luci Boutique.

Milwaukee Riverwalk: Gorgeous views & an easy trail from one destination to the next, the riverwalk is something you must check out.

Spotted Cow Beer: Over 21? Grab yourself a Spotted Cow Beer, something that only Wisconsin is allowed to sell!

Lake Park: Explore the gorgeous views of the lake & it’s surroundings at Lake Park. On one side of the street you’ll find the most incredible homes while on the other you have breathtaking views of nature. P.S. they have a restaurant at this park too!

Bradford Beach: If you’re lucky enough to enjoy Milwaukee during warmer weather make sure to check out Bradford Beach. Oh, & the ice cream shop next door of course!

Milwaukee Art Museum: When the entrance & lobby are art themselves, you know you’re in for a treat.

Where To Get Spotted Cow Beer

Where To Eat:

Pizza Man: We’re obsessed with the delicious food this Milwaukee hot spot has to offer. Definitely go hungry as they have a huge menu & everything is amazing!

Ian’s Pizza by the Slice: Mac & Cheese Pizza, enough said.

Yo Factory: We stumbled across this fro-yo shop totally accidentally but boy are we glad we did. With a  full cereal & toppings bar including nostalgic candy, it’s safe to say this place is a must.

Solo Pizza: Home of the pizza cone, this cozy restaurant is one of our favorites.

Where To Get A Pizza ConeTouring Milwaukee Public Market

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