Hold My Beer, Kenosha’s newest gathering spot in the heart of downtown 56th Street, is quickly becoming a popular place to eat, drink and play.
Whether you’re seeking refuge from the weather or searching for engaging ways to fill your weekend, there are a plethora of places to enjoy hands-on indoor activities and art classes in Milwaukee.
Meghan Mills is the owner of Downtown Kenosha’s Hold My Beer, alongside her fiancé Luke Faulkner. The newly opened business is the city’s first axe-throwing and self-pour craft beer taphouse.
As one of the fastest-growing sports in America, pickleball is gaining immense popularity nationwide, and the Badger State is no exception. Whether you’re a seasoned pickleball enthusiast or a novice eager to try the game, there are abundant resources locally to play this exciting sport.
On August 4, the family-friendly Great Wolf Lodge Wisconsin Dells kicks off its flash sale, offering rooms for only $84 per night, making a waterpark venture even more enticing.
Meredith Sipe is the owner of Blue Fancy Events, a full-service wedding planning and design company based in Milwaukee. “[The] ability to truly connect with others is extremely significant to who I am.”
Slip away to a lakeside oasis at Roundhouse Beer Garden at McKinley Marina. In partnership with Milwaukee County Parks, Roundhouse Beer Garden is part of the ongoing marina beautification project and is in its second year of operation on Lake Michigan.
Summer sipping is here. Part 2 of the Milwaukee brewery series takes beer lovers to a few more unique brewery options, catering to every taste in town.
Life is full of incredible moments that deserve to be celebrated, and what better way to savor these milestones than with delectable cuisine from Milwaukee’s most prestigious restaurants.
Maintaining that “youthful glow” can come at a steep price, plus a few days of recovery time. But not as a client of aesthetician Katie Kemp, owner of Opal Beauty + Wellness in Madison.