We’re very excited to announce that our exclusive Milwaukee Guidebook has finally been released to the public! The Milwaukee Guidebook is a valuable (and free) tool that can be used by visitors coming to Milwaukee and are looking for all there is to do and see. It is a compilation of information that we have found to be the most useful while experiencing the city ourselves; we know that it will help you on your journey!
What to Look Forward to
The first section of the Guidebook will include a map of the city with a neighborhood breakdown. The neighborhoods include a brief summary so readers can have a mini preview of what to expect from each area of Milwaukee. The neighborhoods looked at are the East Side, Downtown, Walker’s Point, The Historic Third Ward, and Bay View.
Following the map overview, will be a deeper dive into each neighborhood. The Guidebook will look at top suggestions for places to eat, top bars for drinks, and breakfast and coffee spots. Let’s look at one suggestion from each highlighted Milwaukee neighborhood.
A Peak Inside The Guidebook
The East Side
A place to eat: Kanpal, located on 408 E Chicago St.
This Japanese gastropub features amazingly fresh sushi, innovative specialty rolls, and Asian fusion small plates.
A place to grab drinks: Old German Beer Hall, located on 1009 N Old World 3rd St.
Draft beer selection brewed in Germany to ensure quality and the freshest import beer you can find.
The Historic Third Ward
Coffee: Kickapoo Coffee Roasters, located on 232 E Erie St.
Small farmer focused roasting company with backed goods, prioritizing sustainability and seasonality and is 100% solar powered!
Eat & drink: Don’s Diner and Cocktails, located on 1100 S First St.
A modern interpretation of an old school diner. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and cocktails.
Breakfast: Honeypie Cafe, located on 2643 S Kinnickinnic Avenue
Mid-Western inspired food from scratch. A great brunch spot!
Lastly, the Milwaukee Guidebook will offer some of our favorite sights while visiting the area. A few Milwaukee suggestions include stopping at the Milwaukee Art Museum, taking a tour at Lakefront Brewery, and walking down the Milwaukee Riverwalk.
There is so much to do, eat, and dink while in Milwaukee! By downloading our Guidebook, you’ll have all tools you need to plan the perfect visit.