Milwaukee cheese and beer are popular but there is some great food that can be a hit to your palate. In the largest city in Wisconsin, tourists can enjoy food ranging from fish fries to cheese curds to frozen custard. Milwaukee is charming and humble but before you leave get the taste of some serious culinary game.
Join Food Tours Milwaukee to experience the Mid-west charm and delicious local food. The restaurants are more affordable than majority of cities.
Yellow cheddar is common curd but you will find plethora of varieties including dill, garlic, horseradish, tomato-basil, and chives. You can even get to see at how cheese curd is made at the Clockshadow Cremery.
Frozen custard is a yummy treat made from cream, eggs, and sugar. Custard fans are always on a lookout for offbeat flavors that are forecasted on Kopp’s website.
Local farmer’s market treats very popular in summer months. You can enjoy vegan dumplings at East Side Oven featuring apple, rhubarb and blueberries.
Fish fries are found all the year round in Milwaukee.
Platters are piled with locally smoked and slayed meat at the restaurants. Some chefs serve cheese & charcuterie platter or a tapas style meal starts with charcuterie platter that is piled with ghost pepperoni or elk salami.
Burger & bloody Mary
Bloody Mary is popular at the Wisconsin bars & restaurants. Some chef adds a twist like burger is stuffed on a skewer.
Thick airy cream layer is wedged between a couple of flakey and buttery crusts. Cream puff is staple and you can enjoy it at Peter Sciortino’s Bakery or Le Reve Patisserie & Café.
Deep fried cheese curd
Fresh cheese curds are breaded, battered and deep fried. They are served basically at every bar in Milwaukee.
You will have to stand in a line at the creamery scoop shop for buying a whiskey ice-cream. The whiskey used is distilled locally.