Key Milwaukee

October 2015

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

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CEDARBURG u General Store Museum and Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center corner of Washington and Spring (262) 377-5856 u Bangles & Bags W63 N6672 Washington Ave., Cedarburg. Like all B & B locations, the arrange- ment by colors makes matching an accessory to that special outfit a breeze. Also in Wauke- sha, Delafield, Wauwatosa and Oconomowoc. u Cedar Creek Settlement corner of Washington & Bridge Sts. cedarcreek- Be sure to visit this renovated 1864 woolen mill and adjacent buildings. Cedar Creek Winery provides visitors with tours and tastings, and gift ideas. Take the short flight of stairs to go from the winery to the main part of the settle - ment to reach Cedar Creek Pottery. The vast array of handmade pottery and fine craft will amaze you. PORT WASHINGTON About 30 minutes from downtown Milwaukee, Port Washington enjoys a setting on Lake Michi- gan, with a marina. u Port Washington Tour- ism Council office, 126 E. Grand Ave. for info and suggestions. u Blue Heron Artisans Marketplace 102 E. Pier St. Look for the orange tile roof of Port's 1929 fire station A great stop for a range of in- triguing items, including unique works by local artists. Includes Heron Bay Banquet Hall. u Pear & Simple 314 N. Franklin St. Find an amazing array of items arranged to inspire ideas for the home, gift-giving and yourself. Choose from women's accessories, jewelry, home decor, garden items, baby and children's gifts, Port Washington souvenirs, marine-themed items, gourmet foods and seasonal items. u Baltica Bistro 223 N. Franklin St. Shop the gift shop at Baltica Bistro Mon-Sat from 10am-3pm u La Tulipe (262) 284-2444 115 N Franklin St. g SHOPPING 44 street tacos + housemade margaritas 414.223.1122 1122 N. EDISON STREET ยท MILWAUKEE VAGABONDMKE.COM STREET BEATS STREET EATS street tacos + housemade STREET STREET EATS 1. & 3. Ceramic plates from Cedar Creek Pottery 2. Jelly and Jam from Blue Heron Artisans Marketplace Creek Pottery 2. Jelly and Jelly and Jelly Jam from Blue 3. 2. 1.

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