Key Milwaukee

July 2013

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

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cial representatives this month. Plans also are underway to welcome those rolling in for the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration. Mader's comes to you at fests During the summer, visitors can sample giant pretzels or potato pancakes at Mader's booths at the city's lakefront festivals and other events. Mader's specialty is celebrating summer VISIT MADER'S German Restaurant at 1041 Old World 3rd St., and you'll dine amid a stunning $3,000,000 collection of art, suits of medieval armor and antiques dating back to the 14th century. The restaurant has been known for great German specialties and warm hospitality since 1902, surviving Prohibition and two World Wars. Countless celebrities have visited, from Audrey Hepburn to President John F. Kennedy to Will Farrell. Upstairs in the Tower Gallery is the world's largest Hummell gallery. The restaurant added catering in 1998, and has served parties from 20 to 10,000 guests. Mader's plans a special prix fixe menu during Northwestern Mutual's annual meeting for its finan- When German Fest is held July 25-28, festgoers will flock to Mader's booths and to the special sit-down restaurant set up just for this fest at the south end of the festival grounds. The sit-down location will serve appetizers, baby spinach salad with hot bacon dressing and Mader's famous entrees with side dishes. Options will range from schnitzels to pork shank to fish fry. A special kids menu also will be available. Mader's delectable Strawberry Schaum Torte will be the not-to-be-missed dessert. While beer is the top beverage of choice at German Fest, this will be one place on the grounds where visitors can order a Bavarian Bloody Mary (garnished with brat slice, cheese, lemon and pickle), Apple Strudel Martini, Black Knight Gin cocktail or a glass of German wine. No matter what the season, Mader's is always ready to welcome you and your family. Still operated by the Mader family, the restaurant illustrates how care and pride help create a memorable dining experience. Mader's is open 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Saturday for lunch and 4-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 4-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday for dinner. On Sunday, hours are 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for brunch and 2-9 p.m. for dinner. The bar is open until midnight Friday and Saturday. For info, visit or phone 414-271-3377. Discover the flavors of Milwaukee's most delicious & historic neighborhoods. Walking Tours - Brady St., Historic Third Ward, Bay View, Cedarburg, Bus Tours - Pizza Bus, Churches & Chocolates, Christmas Bakery Bus Advance purchase required tours often sell out. Food & drinks adds up to a generous meal. __________________________________________________________________________________________ Use promotional code KEY2013 to receive $5 OFF your purchase! Get information, check availability, and buy tickets at Or call our ticketing company, 50 at 1-800-979-3370.

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