Key Milwaukee

February 2012

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

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KEY SHOPPING CONTINUED FROM PAGE 43 CEDARBURG Famous for its historic limestone buildings, Cedarburg pro- vides a small town getaway, only 20 minutes north of Milwaukee. At the corner of Washington and Spring is the General Store Museum, which includes the CEDARBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & VISITOR CENTER. For more information, call 262-377-5856 or (800-CDR-BURG) or visit Don't miss the 40+ stores that are open until 8 p.m. the first Thursday of each month. Don't miss the W63 N6672 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, loca- tion of BANGLES & BAGS, a boutique that also has shops in the Historic Third Ward, Delafield, and Waukesha. Directly across Bridge street from the Cedar Creek Settlement is ALL THAT PIZZAZZ! Here, you'll find gifts, artworks, jewelry and unique home accents that define your style. Scarf necklaces are featured at La Diva 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. Brookfield Towne Centre Goo Goo Gaa Gaa Brookfield Cedar Creek Pottery Cedar Creek Settlement Be sure to visit this renovated 1864 woolen mill and adjacent buildings at the corner of Washington and Bridge Sts. in Cedarburg. CEDAR CREEKWINERY provides visitors with tours and tastings are available and gift boxes make a perfect "Made in Wisconsin" gift. Take the short flight of stairs to go from the winery to the main part of the settlement to reach CEDAR CREEK POTTERY. The vast array of handmade pottery and fine craft will amaze you. "An elegant blend of art and func- tion" rules here. On the second floor, LEAP OF FAITH inspires you with its relaxing atmosphere and works of all kinds from around the world. At LA DIVA, find casual yet trendy t-shirts to hand-beaded blouses for party wear. Accessories include designer handbags, silk scarves, hair ornaments, hand-crafted jewelry from around the world, and much more. BROOKFIELD Brookfield, just minutes west of downtown Milwaukee, is home 44 Located at the corner of Capitol Drive and Brookfield Rd., 18905 W. Capitol Dr., don't miss this shopping area with a vil- lage atmosphere. GOO GOO GAA GAA offers a vast range of distinctive items for babies and toddlers. Find apparel, home d├ęcor, gifts, toys and books. This is the place for some- thing unique and timeless. GRAFTON North of Cedarburg, Grafton boasts a revitalized downtown that highlights its Paramount Records blues legacy. There's a one-of-a-kind Walk of Fame tribute to blues artists who recorded at the Grafton studio in the late 1920s, unique foun- tain and stage area, distinctive restaurants and shops. PORT WASHINGTON About 30 minutes from downtown Milwaukee, Port Washington enjoys a beautiful setting on Lake Michigan. Stop in at the Port Washington Tourism Council office,126 E. Grand Ave., or visit

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