Key Milwaukee

October 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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20 WILDLIFE LOVER ADVENTURER FOODIE HONEYMOONER WHOLE FAMILY Morning Rent a kayak, paddle- board or canoe and explore Milwaukee's waterways. Lunch At Milwaukee Ale House, savor lunch and watch the Milwaukee River roll by. Afternoon Check out a Bublr bike. Evening At Vagabond, enjoy street tacos and small plates in a steam- punk inspired décor. Morning View a live bird of prey most days at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center. Lunch Hōm Wood Fired Grill features cozy "Up North" décor and local farm connec- tions. Afternoon Milwaukee County Zoo brings you up close to animals–from the farm and the jungle. Evening Saz's satisfies that taste for BBQ with famous ribs or pulled pork and chicken and more. Morning Visit Old World 3rd Street with Usinger's Famous Sausage, Wisconsin Cheese Mart and the Spice House Lunch Enjoy Milwaukee Food & City Tour's Brady Street Walking Lunch Tour. Afternoon Great Lakes Distillery tours end with a tasting session to discover your favorites. Evening Bacchus boasts a huge wine list and conservatory with Lake Michigan views. Morning Window shop in the Historic Third Ward, with a breakfast stop at Colectivo Coffee. Lunch Milwau- kee Public Market features local favs and satisfies cravings, savory to sweet. Afternoon Milwaukee Art Museum inspires with its sweeping architecture and collections. Evening Lake Park Bistro com- bines romantic views of Lake Michigan with a Parisian vibe. Morning Milwaukee Public Museum has some- thing for everyone, from dinos to butter- flies. Lunch At the Safe House, explore where every turn brims with spy memorabilia. Afternoon At Reiman Aquarium at Discovery World, encounter fish and sting rays in the Touch Tank. Evening Be amazed by the suits of armor and medieval weaponry at Mader's Restaurant. FIVE WAYS TO EXPERIENCE FALL IN MILWAUKEE Sc h li tz A u d u b o n N a t u r e C en t e r .

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