Check out this nypost.com article discussing Milwaukee “2.0” featuring our very own culinary trio of Paul Bartolotta, Joe Bartolotta and Adam Siegel.
People have been writing about Milwaukee 2.0 for a long time now, but only recently has the city that’s perhaps known best for people that didn’t exist – Laverne, Shirley, The Fonz – ambled out of the 1980s and into the 21st century. Don’t get us wrong, there’s always been plenty to like about it. For instance, it’s got one of the most handsome downtowns in the country (German craftsmanship at its finest), beautiful, big, affordable homes, a lovely lakefront and a lot of beer, some of it quite drinkable. But hip? Never. That’s changed. These days, Milwaukee feels like it’s finally back in the game, innovating and restoring and renewing and just damn fun to spend time with. Check it out sometime soon, even if you only spend a day up here the next time you’re in Chicago, which is just an hour-and-a-half to the south. Totally worth it.
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On the season finale of Wisconsin Foodie, we visit Schreiner’s Restaurant, Bay View Packing company, and close it out with Wolski’s.
It’s deer season this week on Wisconsin Foodie! Keith Warnke from the Department of Natural Resources guides us as well as Kyle through the Wisconsin tradition of hunting.
This week, we eat some of Roelli Cheese’s award winning cheese and make some incredible dishes with it at Driftless Café.
This week, we load on the carbs with Amaranth Bakery and Madison Sourdough Company.
This week, we’re going fishing at Rushing Waters Trout Farm!
We are all things apple this week on Wisconsin Foodie! We check out Edible Milwaukee’s Apple Sauced Event, Weston’s Antique Apple Orchard, and New Glarus Brewery’s new fruit caves.
We celebrate the 100th anniversary of Cheese Days in Monroe, Wi!
We dine at two farm dinners! First, the Fondy Farm Feast and then at Dinner Service!
This week we return to Door County to check out Door County Creamery and Door County Brewery.
This week on Wisconsin Foodie, we help Gretchen Mead install gardens in people’s as part of the Victory Garden Initiative. Then we come back to see how Concordia Gardens has grown over the season.