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Located on the shore of Lake Michigan Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin. Milwaukee is a great travel destination for anyone and proves that Wisconsin has a lot more to offer than cheese. You can explore some of their historic neighborhoods or head downtown and soak in the nightlife. Milwaukee also has a number of museums and concert venues that make it a great city for anyone.
Bars and Date Spots:
Mulligans Irish Pub & Grill
8933 S. 27th St.,
If traditional Irish pubs are your thing, look no further than Mulligans Irish Pub and Grill. Serving a wide variety of beer and whiskey Mulligans is a poster child for Irish hospitality. Aside from their drinks they also offer all of the Irish classics like corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, lambs stew, and fish and chips. If you are looking for a challenge then be sure to try the Paddy's Lament, which is a 3 pound monster of a burger with a half-pound of cheese, and topped with corned beef, served with a whole pound of fries. If you can handle all that in less than 60 minutes not only is your meal free, but you also get a fifty dollar gift card.
3807 S. Packard Ave.,
Although it’s only been open for about one year Attebury's Pub has been causing quite the stir. Even though there are no shortage of Irish Pubs in Milwaukee this is one that goes under the category of required stop. The contemporary interior stands in contrast to their traditional menu which features beer battered fish and chips, beer mac and cheese, shepherd’s pie and burgers. In the summertime enjoy a bite on their outdoor patio and wash it down with selection from their drink menu which features over fifty beers plus an extensive wine list.
3007 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
It's time you swooped into Bay View's vaguely avian-themed Blackbird Bar. This popular place boasts an assortment of local beers and native Wisconsin bird decor. If you're feeling hungry, they serve pickled eggs and Polish sausage. The bar has plenty of fun options, including a photo booth, video games and a real jukebox. Like most bars, the clientele is diverse, but the indie/garage music coupled with the location make it classically cool place to check out.
Rosie's on Water
1111 N. Water St.
Rosie's claims to be the place where you should "celebrate everything." But with all due, Rosie's will never outrun its reputation as the foremost proprietors of unforgettable birthdays. Pop in whenever you're another year in the books and drink for free from 9 p.m. until close—just enough time to consume the necessary amount of complimentary domestic taps to make you want to strip down to your birthday suit. And even if it's not your b-day, Rosie's still offers enough drink specials to make you seriously consider ending your night in the buff any day of the year.
The Harbor Room
117 E. Greenfield Ave.
"Approachable," "jovial" and "warm" may not be the first words that come to mind when you hear the words "Milwaukee's premier leather bar," but the Harbor Room is less about the kink and more about the welcome vibe. This gay bar has daily two-for-one specials for anyone who goes shirtless (women must keep their bras on, of course), as well as free pizza. There are darts, games and a patio, with regular parties and barbecues, during the summer.
Lee's Luxury Lounge
2988 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
Lee's spacious environments are separated into three main areas: the bar, a mingling lounge and a game area. They're all open, so you can see from one end to the next, which makes for great people-watching. Lee's games include pool, trivia, bingo, shuffleboard and darts. Go for free happy hour and Sunday pool specials. And don't forget to ask for their "South Side special," a tall boy and a cigarette for $3.99.
One Brewers Way
If you are looking to enjoy Americas favorite past time then be sure to head on out and catch a ball game at Millers Park. Built in 2001 the stadium is home to the world famous Milwaukee Brewers, it was made as a replacement for the Milwaukee County Stadium. Featuring the world’s only fan shaped convertible roof that can open and close in 10 minutes flat, Miller Park is the perfect place for baseball, rain or shine. The most impressive part is the glass panes over the entire roof that allows for real grass to grow. So grab the family and your gloves and head on out to Miller Park.
11400 W Silver Spring Road
Milwaukee WI 53225
IF there is one great spot for comedy in Milwaukee, than it is without a doubt Jokerz comedy club. Every single night of the years Jokerz is featuring the best in comedy from all over, and with only a ten dollar cover charge there’s no reason not to come in and see what everyone is laughing about. Jokerz Comedy has a lineup of comedians that have been featured on HBO, Showtime, and Comedy Central. They also feature an award winning food and drink menu to tempt your taste buds while the performers tickle your funny bone, as well as offering birthday specials, VIP specials, and fundraisers. So get down to Jokerz Comedy fast because missing out on this location is certainly nothing to laugh about.
1434 N Farwell Ave,
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Shank Hall has been Milwaukee's premiere live music venue since 1989. The intimate spot has been the stage for many famous bands throughout the years. This venue now offers a wide range of musical acts, typically running Thursdays through Sundays. This is a 21 and over only venue because they do offer a full bar which is open an hour prior to each event. The Shank Hall is also available for rent for any aspiring musicians who wish to play a show on their famous stage. If live music is your thing than you don't want to miss out on catching a show at the Shank Hall
1030 N. Water St.
The Rumpus Room is a classy gastro pub that, despite its name, isn't prone to exceedingly loud commotions and noisy riffraff. What you will find is an elegant decor of rich browns and gilded gold, a preposterously large list of brews and liquors, and something few bars in Milwaukee can boast: a truly gourmet menu of fine French cuisine like duck comfit and charcuterie. The place might not be as rowdy as the name may suggest, but who wants frat-party ambiance when you can have chardonnay and duck liver mousse?