Key Milwaukee

January 2012

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

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All phone numbers 414 area code unless otherwise indicated The perfect Milwaukee souvenir awaits at BREW CITY GEAR, just off the second-floor walkway. DALY'S PEN SHOP in the Plankinton arcade section is the only Wisconsin store devoted exclusively to pens and writing instruments. OLD WORLD THIRD STREET Stroll down Old World 3rd St. and you can sample some of Milwaukee's finest foods. Perhaps the area's most-visited food retailer is USINGER'S FAMOUS SAUSAGE, 1030 N. Old World 3rd St. Located at the same site since the 1880s, Usinger's adheres strictly to the original family sausage recipes. If you can't stop, call 800-558-9998 or visit HISTORIC THIRD WARD Just south of Downtown, this vibrant former wholesale and manufacturing district is enjoying a sparkling renaissance, with shops, galleries and restaurants. EAST TOWN WOMEN'S SHOP, 159 N. Broadway, relocated on the first floor, is the Milwaukee area's oldest and finest resale shop. You'll find the finest designer and name brand fashions as you browse for something "new for you" to update your wardrobe. This also is a "green" way to look right. Right next door is BANGLES & BAGS, a jewelry, handbag and accessory boutique catering to women looking for an affordable way to accessorize. The clever arrangement of items in color groupings makes this a fun as well as budget- friendly stop for gifts. Also look for locations in Waukesha at 307 W. Main St., Delafield at 611 Main St. and Cedarburg at W63 N672 Washington Ave. BREW CITY BEER GEAR has set up a new shop at the Milwaukee Public Market, 400 N. Water St. While the market has always been a great place to eat like a cheesehead, you can now score a Wisconsinite "look" as well. WALKER'S POINT/FIFTH WARD RIVERVIEW ANTIQUE MARKET at 175 S. Water St. hosts 50 dealers from throughout Wisconsin. In 15,000 square feet of space, you will find small and large items in all price ranges. BROOKFIELD Brookfield, just minutes west of downtown Milwaukee, is home to a broad array of retailers and restaurants.Shopping and dining opportunities are available along Bluemound Road, to the north along Capitol Drive and in other areas of Brookfield and Elm Grove, just to the east. Brookfield's Convention and Visitors Bureau can be reached at 800-388-1835 or PACIUGO GELATO AND CAFFE can be found at Brookfield Square and at Mayfair Mall in near- by Wauwatosa. CONTINUED ON PAGE 44 (262) 367-3903 | 43 Usingerʼs Old World 3rd St. Wisconsin's beautiful Lake Country – 25 minutes west ofMilwaukee, 1 mile North of I94, Exit #287" • Steaks & Prime Rib, Se Pasta, Nightly Specials Seafood, d, • Themed DineWithWine Events October-May • Tapas andWine Pairing with Entertainment on Thursdays • Happy Hour & Casual in the Sunset Lounge • Champagne Brunch on Sunday • Breathtaking Sunsets over Lake Nagawicka all year Mondays Open "The most diverse Restaurant in

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