6 of Wisconsin’s Best Drive-Ins and Dairy Bars

Drive-ins with carhops, diners with jukeboxes and ice cream parlors with sweet treats like sundaes, cones, and floats. Let’s take a whirlwind tour of some of our state’s iconic hangouts—from the seasonal and nostalgic to the delightfully dairy! Hubbard Avenue Diner (Middleton) This Middleton diner offers a retro diner décor along with a full menu featuring classic diner fare such as omelettes, buttermilk pancakes, grilled cheese and homemade soup. Hubbard Avenue Diner is famous for its signature pies, made from scratch daily using Wisconsin butter, cream and cream cheese. Be sure to check out the malts and pie shakes! The Drive-In

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Curbside Eats: 7 Food Trucks in Wisconsin

The food truck revolution continues to spread across Wisconsin. Delivery trucks transformed into take-away restaurants dot the state’s landscape. Evening revelers depend on food trucks for sustenance on a night out, while business people line up at lunchtime to add some spice to the workday. In most food truck-friendly cities, the trucks can really get around. Fans follow their favorite truck’s whereabouts via social media or texts hoping it will stop nearby. Let’s take a road trip to see what we can find! Gordo’s Food Truck (Eau Claire) In Eau Claire area, look for Gordo’s Food Truck. This husband-wife duo serves

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7 Wonderful Farmers’ Markets in Wisconsin

Wisconsin summers are pretty glorious. From pontooning on the lakes to road-tripping to music festivals, the energy in this state is palpable during the warmer months. Another reason to love summer Farmers’ Markets. They’ve become a staple in communities across Wisconsin. Here’s just a small smattering of markets worth visiting this season: Dane County Farmers’ Market Madison has a lot to be proud of: The city is home to a world–class university, a collection of beautiful lakes and one of the best farmers’ markets in America. Located on the Square, the Dane County Farmers’ Market is also one of the

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Something Special from Wisconsin: 4 Coffee and Tea Brands We Love!

With the cold winter days still in our midst, enjoying a nice warm cup of coffee or tea by the fire is one of the best ways to stay warm here in Wisconsin. Not only will coffee and tea warm you up, these drinks can give you some good health benefits as well. There are many different brands of coffee and tea but have you tried these local Wisconsin brands? Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters This coffee roasting facility is located in Watertown and offers over 100 types of specialty coffees roasted fresh daily. Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters provides a wide

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These 8 Dining Destinations are Incredibly Unique…

  It’s no secret there is a plethora of great dining establishments all over the state, but here in Dairyland, we’re blessed to have four seasons of great weather to savor them! All across the Wisconsin landscape you can find places that offer great food served with a side of great scenery… Suncrest Gardens Farm (Cochrane) Along the western part of the state in the Mississippi River Valley are a slew of pizza farms. In Cochrane, you can visit Suncrest Gardens Farm where from June through July on Thursdays and Fridays from 4:30-8:30 p.m. you can get a made-to-order pizza

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Wisconsin’s Best Holiday Cheese Pairings

The holidays are quickly approaching, and in Wisconsin that means it’s time to prep our cheese boards for visits from family and friends. And since we’re from Wisconsin, we also know that the best way to enjoy cheese is with delicious pairings. Whether you take your Wisconsin cheese with beer, wine, nuts, fruit or more – experimenting with new, local, Wisconsin pairings is half the fun. Without further ado, here are our picks for the best cheese pairings this holiday season. Brown Porter + Wisconsin Gouda Gouda is a cheese for all people. It’s buttery, ultra-creamy and generally irresistible. Porters

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With Some Fall Spice, Everything Is Nice

This time of year, it’s all about the cool crisp air, the fall outfits on Pinterest and of course, the two days out of the week that are most important: the weekend. Luckily for you folks (and me!), Wisconsin is the place to be in the fall. Let’s dive in to a few of my favorite places in Wisconsin during the autumn months: Cedar Creek Winery (Cedarburg) This family-run winery is located in the historic Cedar Creek Settlement in downtown Cedarburg, Wisconsin. They offer an array of traditional-style red, white and blush grape wines that range from dry to sweet. What’s better

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Food + Drink: 9 Incredibly Unique Spots in Wisconsin

When it comes to dining out, I tend to get a little bored of the same ol’, same ol’. A great meal is a must but the atmosphere (or lack thereof) is what separates a mediocre establishment from an unforgettable one. And to me? The weirder, quirkier, more eccentric, the better! Here are nine top spots for Wisconsin’s most unique dining experiences:   The Safe House (Milwaukee) If you like your night out full of intrigue and surprise, then you’re going to love exploring the twists and turns of Milwaukee’s Safe House. This spy-themed restaurant is operated by an entity known only as

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Perfect Pairs: 23 Ways to Pair Wisconsin Cheese!

Fromagination Pairings 1) 9-12 month aged Marieke Gouda paired with Salted Caramel 2) Hooks 8-year White Cheddar paired with Cranberry Relishon top of Potter’s Crackers Cranberry Hazelnut Crisp 3) Dunbarton Blue paired with KP Toffee   Indulgence Chocolates Pairings 1) Petit Nuage (Landmark Creamery, WI) & Citrus Basil Honey Truffle 2) Evalon (LaClare Farms, WI) & Vanilla Malt Truffle 3) BellaVitano Gold (Sartori, WI) & Freeze Dried Corn and Sage Chocolate Bar 4) Dunbarton Blue (Roelli Cheese, WI) & Blackberry Truffle 5) 10-year Cheddar (Hook’s Cheese, WI) & Hard Apple Cider Caramel   Larry’s Market 1) Martone Cheese (LaClare Farms)

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Best Places to Get a Bloody Mary in Wisconsin

Fact: Wisconsin has mastered the “World’s Most Complex Cocktail.” This should shock no one. Have your happy cows, California, and your Land of 10k lakes, Minnesota, but when it comes to vodka and tomato juice, that crown belongs to Wisco.

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