Between decadent dine-in and to-go dinner options, spring-centric events, and thoughtful goodies from local shops and boutiques, there are plenty of ways to shower your mother with love this Mother’s Day. Here’s where to celebrate Mother’s Day in Wisconsin, in particular.
With Mother’s Day just around the corner on May 9, it’s time to celebrate the leading ladies in our lives. Meet five Wisconsin moms and their children, and find out their favorite ways to spend family time, mothers who they look up to and ever-important advice for new mamas.
Ristorante Bartolotta dal 1993 is nestled into the “City of Homes,” a once-historic brewery on State Street in Wauwatosa. As its name suggests, the restaurant opened in 1993, serving authentic Italian fare, from handmade pasta to divine dolci.
What woman doesn’t love a good photo op? Spoil the mama you adore this Mother’s Day with splendid “camera-ready,” Wisconsin-based gifts she will treasure long after the annual celebration in her honor has concluded.
After starting a food blog to document recipes, Sujhey Beisser of Five Senses Palate decided to explore becoming a personal chef after she successfully donated a five-course dinner for a fundraiser. “I still share recipes from time to time, but my main focus is cooking for dinner parties and special occasions.”
Milwaukee boasts an abundance of world-class bars and restaurants all throughout the city. As more public spaces continue to open and we brace for a return to a post-pandemic world, happy hours will soon become a regular staple of daily life. When that time comes, these are some of the best Milwaukee happy hours to indulge in.
There’s nothing sweeter than springtime in Wisconsin—well, except for the plethora of unique, decadent and totally Instagrammable desserts that are cultivated within the state and available year round. Here are some of the best Instagrammable dessert spots in Wisconsin.
Shawna Jade Enright is the owner of West Bend’s Kalon Salon + Extension Bar and Kalon Extensions, a 100-percent cruelty-free mink eyelash line. In the spring, Enright even added “bicoastal hairstylist” to her resume, flying from Wisconsin to Phoenix every few weeks to provide services to Arizona-based clients.
Looking to get crafty this spring? Revel, a modern DIY studio and event space in Madison, has launched its reservation-only Craft Club, now through May 29 on Saturdays.
Eye-catching threads aren’t just for coastal towns because Wisconsin is proof quality fashion labels are cropping up around the Midwest. Whether upscale activewear, lake attire or urban garb is the desired #ootd, there’s a local business to match the vibe of any occasion—and savvy fashionista’s personal style.