Author: Rachel Werner

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Restaurant of the Week: Trixie’s

An intimate vibe describes Trixie’s inside and out. On weekdays, the bustling pedestrian area surrounding the town hall is one of the liveliest hubs in Ephraim. But come sunset, once most businesses have shuttered until well past dawn, is when the restaurant comes alive.

Door County’s Must-See Attractions This Winter

A travel-worthy destination any time of year is what you’ll discover upon arriving in Door County. Summer may be the peak of tourist season, but nature enthusiasts, history buffs and culinary connoisseurs never tire of exploring the peninsula’s array of attractions any time of year.

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Fall Travel: Aloft Minneapolis

Boutique hotel stays consistently equate to bliss at Aloft. And its Minneapolis hospitality hub is fully on brand in terms of sleek décor and amenities for guests. The property has 155 rooms in addition to a heated pool, fitness center, full-service bar, mini-market and three events spaces.

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5 Wisco Sober Sips

The term “dry bar” doesn’t merely apply to blow-outs anymore! Sober travel experiences continue to generate a steady buzz as more and more nonalcoholic adult beverages become available at a wide variety of venues, including in Wisconsin.

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Restaurant of the Week: Twisted Plants

Veggie burgers become much more than meatless patties thanks to the ingenuity of Twisted Plants’ owners Arielle and Brandon Hawthorne. What started as a food truck now has its first brick-and-mortar location in Cudahy, with a second outpost in Milwaukee’s lower East Side coming soon.