Milwaukee date ideas … have you ever found yourself in a rut? We have you covered.
As parents, especially coming out of a global pandemic, we all need time away from our kids. Enter, problem number one – that inevitable 30-minute “what should we do?” Google search. Well, you’re in luck because we’ve pulled our contributor group together to create a massive date ideas list. Get ready to call the sitter, grab your partner and enjoy a break from your kiddos!
You can use this as is or for inspiration but we promise there is something for everyone. You could even add some mystery and put some ideas in a jar and draw! The sky is the limit, my friend. Happy Dating!
Milwaukee Date Ideas by Category
- Feeling lucky? Try playing the slots at Potawatomi. If you double your money you can afford a few beers.
- Go for a treasure hunt at American Science & Surplus. A unique Milwaukee date idea, see who can find the weirdest thing in less than ten minutes. Bonus, your kids will be so excited when you come home with a new treasure.
- Pull out the motorcycle or jump in the mini van on a beautiful day and take a ride to Kiltie. This lake country drive-in restaurant is known for its custard but you can also grab lunch or dinner, too! But, don’t forget cash because they don’t accept cards.
- Spend the afternoon channeling your inner American Ninja by taking on TNT Adventure Obstacle Course. Make sure to ease the pain of losing by stopping for homemade ice cream at Kelley Country Creamery afterwards!
- Head nine feet underground for — wait for it — a round of build-your-own mini golf at Nine Below. Did we mention that they also serve cocktails, beer and wine?
- Rent a Bublr Bike and take a stroll around the city together. Use our handy family-friendly bike trails list and check out a fun new route!
- For the best view of Milwaukee walk down to the McKinley Marina. An amazing view of the city at all times, and you can fish right off the edge of the walkway.
- Into zombies? iCombat Laser Tag in Waukesha is just one of Milwaukee date ideas that will often do zombie-themed laser tag events. This place is more of a combat-style laser tag facility so if you like that adrenaline rush on your date nights, this is the place for you.
- Speaking of adrenaline, racing go-carts is sure to get your heart pumping! Veloce Indoor Speedway has grown-up carts that can reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour!
- Tour the Milwaukee County Zoo and feed the giraffe for one of our animal friendly Milwaukee date ideas
- Go on a horseback ride at Kettle Moraine Ranch
- Take the dog with you on a long walk at Veteran’s Park
- The dog-lover’s perfect Milwaukee date idea has to include a visit to The Hounds & Tap! Located in Menomonee Falls, this sweet spot includes a Tavern & Dog Park so you can bring your dog along on your beer date. It’s the perfect hangout for hounds AND humans!
- Volunteer at the Wisconsin Humane Society
- Bring your favorite furry friends out to the large private dog park at the HAWS Schallock Center for Animals. Located on a huge property in Delafield, it’s a great opportunity for your pup to really get their legs under them safely.
- A cat-lovers dream coffee date: Sip & Purr Cafe is Milwaukee’s very first cat cafe.
- Many couples report how much they enjoy a day date. Stroll the Milwaukee Art Museum during the day and if you are looking to save on admission, visit on one of their free admission days.
- Channel your inner artist and head to Arte Bar & Painting Lounge in the Wauwatosa Village. It’s always a good night for #wineandpaint.
- Art Bar is a bar that’s a coffee shop and an art gallery. Grab a drink or some coffee, and enjoy their pizza while playing pool and viewing their latest installment.
- Head up to Colgate (right near Holy Hill.) to a place called Paul Bobrowitz Spectacular Sculpture Garden. Wander through acres of hand sculpted artwork which is for sale all throughout his land.
- Why not do something creative next date night? Try Farmhouse Paint Bar & Banquet Hall or Painting with a Twist! It’s a little bit of paint, a little bit of wine, and a whole lot of fun.
- Explore the exhibits at Latino Arts Inc. Latino Arts is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing Hispanic cultural arts programming for our community and beyond. From visual arts and performing arts to hands-on educational activities, there’s something for everyone.
- Boswell Books is a great local bookstore where you can catch readings and other literary events. Perfect for couples who snuggle up on the weekends with their nose in a book. We also love Lion’s Tooth Book Cafe and Niche Book Bar!
- Spend a couple of hours settled in a corner at Barnes & Noble. A book for her and a book for him. Grab a cup of coffee and discuss what you found interesting.
- Grab your favorite book of poetry and a blanket and sit under a tree at South Shore Park, reading aloud to each other.
- Prepare a book-themed dinner together.
- Invite other bookworms over and host a literary-themed game night.
- Watch a film-adaption of a book you both enjoyed.
- Choose a book for you both to read and then find a cozy spot at your favorite area coffee shop to hold your own private book club. Better yet, read a book that will pour into your relationship.
- Use our Little Free Libraries guide to go on a book treasure hunt! Explore a new neighborhood and see who can find the quirkiest book.
- Take a tour of Great Lakes Distillery, and sample a flight of 6 spirits. Right around the corner is MobCraft Beer, the only crowd-sourced brewery in the Milwaukee area that is a must try!
- Enjoy a beer in the park at one of Milwaukee’s awesome beer gardens.
- Milwaukee has some great local breweries and each one has its own personality. We suggest one of these: Lakefront Brewery, Third Space Brewery or Eagle Park Brewing.
- Looking for something new and fun to try?! Head to Polka night at Kochanski’s Concertina Beer Hall. Enjoy Polish and German beer while taking in the vintage vibe at this historic beer hall. They are known for having the most Polish beers than anywhere in Wisconsin and for their lively Polka nights!
- Schedule a Sunday morning brunch date and enjoy half-sizes Bloody Mary’s and a 1-mile walking brunch tour. Drink substitutions available.
- PedalTavern is a fun option for a big group date! Be prepared…it’s a workout and you might want to UBER home after pedaling the tavern on wheels.
- Grab a cup of joe at the Lakefront Colectivo, then stroll down Lincoln Memorial Drive and enjoy breathtaking views of downtown.
- Admission is free for all visitors on the first Thursday of the month at the Milwaukee Public Museum, open that day until 8 p.m.
- Grab some $2 tacos at Bel Air Cantina on Tuesdays and Thursdays and don’t forget to order the $5 margarita! Or, Tuesdays and Thursdays at Vagabond. The atmosphere is a throw back to all things Americana, from 1970’s Airstreams and boomboxes to a wall of retro speakers merging street food and street life.
- Take in a free weekly concert at 414 Music Live at the 88.9 Radio Milwaukee headquarters. Every Thursday starting at 5:30pm.
- Pack a picnic or grab a bottle of wine and explore Milwaukee’s music scene Tuesday evenings from 6-8pm at Chill on the Hill. Or, Thursday evenings in Wauwatosa at Tosa Tonight. Runs June-August.
- Head to Conejitos, voted #1 Cheap Eats in Milwaukee. Fill your hunger without breaking the bank! There’s literally nothing over $5.
- Explore a farmer’s market.
- Make a thermos of hot cocoa, hop in the car with your hunny and look at holiday lights around Milwaukee!
- Marcus Theaters have $5 Tuesdays so you can see the latest blockbuster without breaking the bank.
- Dreaming of warm weather and umbrella drinks? Escape to Milwaukee’s famous tiki bar, Foundation Bar, and sip on their famous Mai Tai and experience Polynesian culture. This place is truly like no other!
- Make plans to enjoy one of Milwaukee’s oldest original cocktail lounges. Bryant’s Lounge has been around since 1938 and patrons will enjoy plush velvet walls, dim lighting, and vintage tunes. Cozy up in a booth and sip on a signature cocktail. Tip: Ask the bartender to surprise you!
- Ever wonder what that neighborhood dive bar is like? Pick one, grab a beer, and see what it’s really like! See if you can get the coveted Wolski’s bumper sticker or play some Shuffle Puck at Walter’s on North.
- Swingin’ Door Exchange is a great option for experiencing a dive bar. Enjoy some PBR and a Friday fish fry!
- Straight Shots is another friendly neighborhood bar with a few pool tables, tvs and inexpensive drinks. It’s a great place for a couple to let loose and have a little fun!
- Grab a drink and a game of pinball on retro thrown back night (Fridays) at Mad Planet, a dance club featuring hometown bands & national acts plus a retro night with DJs.
- Love the great outdoor? But don’t actually want to be outside? Grab a drink at Camp Bar. Located in Shorewood, Wauwatosa and Milwaukee.
- If you enjoy hitting the clubs, but haven’t found yourself at La Cage, you’ve gotta add it to your date night bucket list! Considered to be on of the best nightclubs in Milwaukee several times over, this LGBTQ (but EVERYONE welcome) entertainment club is known for its amazing beats, dance floor and reasonably priced drinks.
- This is It is proud to be the longest continually operating LGBTQ+ bar in Wisconsin and recently expanded by added a 1200 sq. foot dance floor! Pro Tip: They also offer $15 bottomless mimosas on Sundays and Drag Queen Bingo on Thursday nights!
- Catch some good ol’ fashioned improv and laugh until your sides hurt at ComedySportz. Laughter is truly the best medicine. Admission is only $10. Bonus- they serve booze!
- See a Pat McCurdy Show. Pat’s shows are legendary to Milwaukeeans. Get ready to sing your heart out at a show, while enjoying a local beer!
- Attend an open mic night at Milwaukee’s Comedy Cafe.
- Solve a hilarious murder case while you feast on a fantastic four-course plated dinner at The Dinner Detective. Just beware. The killer is hiding somewhere in the room, and you may find yourself as a Prime Suspect.
- Enjoy show at The Laughing Tap, Milwaukee’s home for stand up comedy! Featuring national headliners along with regional and local comics, The Laughing Tap presents the best in quality live comedy acts every week.
- Head out to The Corners of Brookfield to the new IMPROV Comedy Club, where you can find some of the biggest names in stand-up comedy!
- Binge watch your favorite TV comedy. We recommend The Office, Parks and Rec, Blackish, or New Girl. Take it up a notch by booking a hotel room so the kids are guaranteed to stay away!
- Project Hunting at The Container Store, Home Depot, or Menards can be a DIY couple’s dream date. Dreaming of a renovation? Take a romantic stroll through the aisles of your favorite home DIY store.
- Join in on the chalk painting trend and take a furniture painting class together.
- It might seem a little odd at first, but strolling through the NARI Home & Remodeling Show would be a perfect Milwaukee date idea for the DIY Couple! Inspiration galore!
Mark your calendars and plan to attend one of Milwaukee’s fantastic annual festivals:
- Snag tickets to a head lining band at Summerfest, or catch your favorite band on a free stage.
- Locust Street Festival & Beer Run
- Polish Fest
- Bastille Days
- German Fest
- Irish Fest
- Mexican Fiesta
- Indian Summer Festival
- Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival transforms downtown into a sparkling winter wonderland. For only $1 you can ride the Jingle Bus!
- Beer, church and cover bands go pretty well together in WI. Find a local church festival and win your hunny a teddy bear at a carnival game.
- Don’t forget to take an evening and ride the ferris wheel at the Wisconsin State Fair! Play some games, eat lots of food, and bring the kids a stuffed animal.
- Go for a day of play at the Renaissance Fair. It’s 30 acres of variety entertainment, jousts, amazing arts and crafts, delicious food, fine spirits, music, dance, parades and more!
Other great Milwaukee area festivals to check out with your sweetheart:
- Take a MKE food and city tour, either walking or by bus, and explore different areas of the city, all while feeding the foodie in you. Old World 3rd St Tour is located in one of the old German neighborhoods where you can experience the old world traditions, foods, and drinks. The Village of Wauwatosa Tour is pedestrian-friendly village tour with Italian, French, and Belgium cuisines. Plan to go on a Saturday morning so that you can shop the infamous Tosa Farmers’ Market.
- Explore the new Third Street Market Hall for a Milwaukee culinary tradition followed by a round of Shuffleboard or bags.
- Visit Sherman Phoenix and sample Funky Fresh Spring Rolls, Purple Door Ice Cream, Lush Popcorn, and more!
- Take a cooking class at the Milwaukee Public Market.
- Visit the Italian neighborhood and indulge yourself on an Italian sandwich and gelato from Glorioso’s.
- Grab a giant cheeseburger at Kopp’s. They’re about as big as your face! Don’t forget custard for the ride home.
- Plan ahead (we’re talking February/March) and get two seats to the famous summer Farm Suppers at Parkside 23 in Brookfield. A seat in the tent gets you a 5 course meal complete with beer and wine pairings served al fresco right smack dab in the middle of their on-site farm. These sell out every year for a reason! Can’t quite swing the Farm Supper? Stop in on a Wednesday night for 1/2 price bottles of wine and the Creamed Corn. (Trust us. It’s legendary.)
- Mix and match 5 tacos at BelAir Cantina. Everything from chicken to lobster to vegetarian. Make sure to try the Korean Beef!
- Have a sausage party at Vanguard. Did you know they have brunch? You can’t go wrong with tubed meats.
- Grab lunch or dinner at any of the local vendors in the Milwaukee Public Market and then spend a couple hours window shopping in the Historic Third Ward.
- Enjoy brunch or dinner at this locally-sourced hidden gem. Cafe Corozon has an amazing atmosphere, delicious drinks, and unique entrees.
- The Red Light Ramen serves tonkotsu ramen and boozy slushies with a funky vibe. It’s only open Wednesday thru Sunday 6pm-130am.
- Kanpai has great sushi and Asian food. We also love Screaming Tuna.
- Grab dinner on a rooftop at any one of Milwaukee’s rooftop dining spots.
- Grab an amazing brunch at Blue’s Egg. The stuffed hash browns are to-die-for.
- The Mad Rooster Cafe has amazing food…and an especially amazing brunch.
- Grab a bag of THE BEST kettle corn in just about any flavor you can think of at Pop’s Popcorn in Muskego.
- Do you know the password? Head to the Safe House for an odd but funny venue for dinner.
- Get cozy at the Smoke Shack where the meats are dry rubbed, slow smoked and sauced by you.
- Enjoy a Sunday morning with a new brunch place. Nothing makes a weekend better than brunch and a bloody with your love.
- Track down your favorite Food Truck to get dinner on the run. We particularly love Meat on the Street!
- Always a great option for Date Night is an evening (or an overnight!) at the Westin Milwaukee with dinner and drinks from Stella Van Buren, one of the best new restaurants in Milwaukee according to Thrillist.com! Plus, they serve BRUNCH.
- You’re IN the game at Game Show Battle Rooms – Milwaukee! Face-off against friends, family or coworkers in custom game show arenas located in Brookfield. Game Show Battle Rooms is a brand new, authentic game show experience for everyone to enjoy. Perfect for team-building events, birthday parties of all ages, and just for fun!
- Breakout Games has thrilling escape rooms with a variety of game themes that are perfect for having fun with your friends, family, or even a team building exercise with your coworkers. For date night, get a few couples together for the most epic group date ever!
- Check out Punch Bowl Social in The Deer District! Huge patios, bowling, shuffleboard, bocce, and karaoke!
- Wait until the kids are in bed and cook an easy and delicious meal for two! Try cheese fondue with plenty of fun dippers, like bread cubes, sliced pears, baby carrots or mini tomatoes. For dessert, try this yummy chocolate pudding with a grown-up twist.
- Make cooking a meal together the date experience, from start to finish. Set your menu, head to the grocery store, and come back to do the whole prep, serving and clean up as a team. Good relationship building skills too!
- Experiment with making your own interesting cocktails in the comfort of your own home bar.
- Instead of ordering pizza, how about make your own and enjoy a movie? Put the kids to bed (early), and craft your own speciality pizza. After dinner, have a movie ready to go and some popcorn and spend the night curled up watching your favorite movie.
- Hit up your local craft store and buy some inexpensive canvases and paint and a bottle of your favorite wine and spend the evening painting.
- Exercise together — here’s a couples yoga routine that you have to try!
- Take a blanket out in the back yard and enjoy just being together, gazing at the stars and sharing thoughts and catching up on each other.
- Don’t have time to travel? Set up a tent and sleeping bags in the living room. Add a strand of twinkling lights if you want the effect of stars.
- Learn how to play cribbage. Make it interesting by making a friendly bet 🙂
- Make it a double-date and invite over another couple with kids. The kids can destroy the playroom while the four of you drink beer and play Settlers of Catan. Win-win.
- Take a boat cruise in style along the Milwaukee River.
- Rent a kayak or a bike and see the city in a new perspective.
- Pack a picnic and a blanket and follow the path out to the beach at Doctor’s Park in Fox Point. The walk is worth the view.
- Does that scene from Serendipty give you a little flutter? Recreate your own serendiptious moment and go ice skating at Red Arrow Park. It’s free to skate but you will need little cash for skate rentals.
- Cozy up next to your honey in front of the fireplace at County Clare with a pint and their famous meatloaf while listening to Irish music.
Kids at Heart
- Buy an hour pass at Bounce and play their vintage arcade games, laser tag or air-hockey.
- Stop in at Milwaukee’s own kite store, Gift of Wings, located at the lakefront. Then fly your newly purchased kite at Lake Park.
- Sprecher Brewery is known for their locally-made sodas. Leave the kids at home and sample sodas. Don’t forget to stop at the gift shop and pick up your favorite for the kids.
- Bundle up and grab your sleds and enjoy the sledding hill at Whitnell Park….in the dark! Warm up with the coffee or hot chocolate at the concession stand.
- Go ice skating at Red Arrow Park.
- Go hog wild at the Harley-Davidson Museum. After you’re done learning all there is to know about Harleys have dinner and drinks at Motor.
- Explore the Milwaukee Public Museum together and compete in a scavenger hunt. Winner gets to choose the dinner destination!
- Meet your partner at your favorite coffee shop after work and enjoy an hour working through a crossword together.
- Learn how to make your favorite fancy coffees at home by taking a Coffee Class at Stone Creek. Choose from Espresso 101, Homebrewing, Latte Art and the Factory Tour.
- Grab your hunny and take a historical MKE Walking Tour. Insider Milwaukee date ideas tip: there are indoor skywalk tours in the winter!
- Visit Milwaukee’s tea room and walk around the beautiful, historical Pfister Hotel in downtown. With 124 years of history, this hotel will make you feel like you have be transported to Historic Milwaukee.
- Go on a walking food tour in the Historic Third Ward. Added bonus? Explore and sample 5 restaurants along the way.
- Visit the St Joan of Arc chapel on Marquette’s campus! It’s the oldest church in the United States. It’s the oldest structure in Milwaukee and was shipped from France.
- Make it easy to enjoy dinner and a movie at the Fox Bay Cinema Grill, where you can order from your seat and dine while watching your flick.
- Is date night on Tuesday this week? Head to a Marcus Theater and catch a flick for only $5.
- Looking for movies with purpose? Head over to the UWM cinema for gripping films and documentaries that are sure to inspire deep conversations.
- Of course, the big event of the year for Milwaukee movie buffs is the Milwaukee Film Festival.
- Enjoy fancy hand-crafted cocktails and high class dining right from your luxury theater seat at Silverspot Cinema at The Corners of Brookfield.
- See some live music at the Pabst, Riverside or Turner Hall. Turner Hall also has a lot of $10 shows where you can catch a great up and coming band.
- Cozy up on a blanket and listen to music at Jazz in the Park, located in Cathedral Square.
- Caroline’s features live jazz, blues and more from musicians in the greater Milwaukee area and beyond.
- Check out an indie band at the Cactus Club.
- Hear some of the best local and national musicians at Jazz Estate, a high end jazz bar with live music every weekend.
- Dining with the Diva’s at Hamburger Mary’s is one of the most popular drag shows in Milwaukee that you will want to make reservations for! Dining with the Divas has two shows, every Friday and Saturday night.
- Pack a picnic and venture along the Hank Aaron and Oak Leaf trails in Lakeshore State Park. You’ll find both natural beauty and the perfect spot to enjoy city views.
- Climb the North Point Lighthouse.
- There’s something romantic in the transcendent beauty of the lakeshore nature preserve at Schlitz Audubon. Take advantage of their impressive lineup of programming or keep to yourselves on a private hike.
- Grab an annual membership and use it any of the three locations of the Urban Ecology Center. Outdoor lovers will enjoy free kayaking and canoeing, snowshoeing, cross county skiing, and rock climbing.
- Craving some warmer, tropical weather?! Take a stroll with your honey and take in the sights (and heat) in tropics at the Mitchell Park Conservatory (aka The Domes).
- Hunt for beach glass at Klode Park Beach. Or if you’re brave enough doing a little cliff diving.
- Lace up your hiking boots and pick out the perfect trail for you and your sweetie to tackle together. Lapham Peak is a really popular one and Lion’s Gorge is a team fave!
- The best spot around to take in the natural splendor of the fall colors is Holy Hill. The scenic tower is open May through October. Make the 30ish mile drive and be awestruck by the beauty of this landmark.
- Whether you stay on the property at the American Club Hotel or at a cozy B&B, the historic Village of Kohler offers plenty to explore, with golf, shopping, outdoor activities, and many restaurants to delight your palate.
- Eat dinner in downtown Milwaukee and check into one of the beautiful hotels for the night. Grab doughnuts from Donut Monster or waffles from Press for breakfast the next morning.
- Watch a star show at the UWM Planetarium.
- Grab a show at the dome theater at the Milwaukee Public Museum. You can visit the mysteries of the sea, go back in time with dinosaurs, or visit the jungles of Africa! They have both 2D and 3D shows.
- Brewers playing a home game? Score $1 Uecker seats at the box office. Only available on the day of the game.
- Build your own mini golf hole and then enjoy a round on miniature golf at Nine Below!
- Football meets bowling at First and Bowl. Spend an afternoon at Milwaukee’s first football bowling bar.
- Bring out your competitive side and play skee-ball at Lee’s Luxury Lounge.
- Check out a Bucks game.
- Sign up as a couple for a dance class at Danceworks. They offer everything from Barre to Hip Hop.
- Check out a Milwaukee Wave game.
- Like hockey? A Milwaukee Admirals game would make a great date night activity.
- During the summer months, head to The Umbrella Bar at The Rock Complex in Franklin to enjoy the best sunsets in the city plus watch baseball games down below. They also hold Food Truck rallies featuring Milwaukee favorites. In the winter, go tubing or snowboarding on their slopes!
- Savor the interesting ice cream flavors at Purple Door.
- Grab dessert at Leon’s. No one can resist their custard!
- From Donut Monster to Shake Shack and the many vendors of the Milwaukee Public Market, the Historic Third Ward will put the “sweet” in your sweetheart.
- Go on a walking tour of Brady Street, where you will find some of the best sweet shops in Milwaukee. Sciortino’s Bakery has long had the last word in Milwaukee’s offering of delicioso baked goods.
- Cedarburg is a great place to fulfill your sweet tooth. A picturesque small-town, Cedarburg is home to bakeries, chocolate shops, wineries, and breweries. Take a couple of hours and walk downtown.
- Why not eat dinner at home and then head to Buckley’s for a decadent dessert and coffee?! Rumor has it that the Carrot Cake is delicious choice.
- Grab ice cream or custard at any of Milwaukee’s Best Ice Cream and Frozen Custard spots.
- Stroll down Main Street in Waukesha and grab some heaping scoops from Divino Gelato before heading toward the river for a romantic walk.
- Register for a Chocolate Pairing Class at Indulgence Chocolatiers. Learn about the wine, beer, bourbon, etc that goes best with your favorite chocolates. Expert level romance right here.
- Live shows of an astounding variety are presented from The Pabst Theater Group! From music performances to live stage spectaculars, comedy to TV shows on stage, kids’ performances to adults only, there is always something new to experience!
- The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts continues to attract huge Broadway shows such as Hamilton, The Lion King, Dear Evan Hansen, My Fair Lady, The Phantom of the Opera, and more. Now is a great time to get your seats to see future shows as they will only be getting better!
- Come and listen, or if you have a story that fits the night’s theme, through your name in the hat for a chance to take the stage at Ex Fabula. Truly, there is no other experience like this.
- There’s always good shows at the Rep Theatre. Check out their website for tickets—Holiday date nights are always extra magical and the tradition of seeing A Christmas Carol is one many Milwaukeeans hold dear.
- No sitter? No Problem! Check out The Rep’s At Home Catalog after the kids go to bed.
- Work with Habitat for Humanity.
- Serve a meal at the Milwaukee Rescue Mission.
- Spend an afternoon helping at the Ronald McDonald House. Be sure to plan ahead and apply to become a volunteer.
- During the holiday months, go to your local toy store and have fun picking out some toys and donate them to Toys for Tots.
- Check out one of these Holiday Volunteer opportunities!
- Make it a group date and make sandwiches at The Guest House.
- Learn about and taste wine at one of Thief Wine’s tasting events.
- Sample wines and tour this historic limestone building, constructed in the 1860s on the banks of the Cedar Creek.
- With locations in Mequon and Wauwatosa, you can find your new favorite wine by sampling dozens at Ruby Tap. Pair a glass with their famous truffle popcorn and a board game for a little extra fun.
- Enjoy the beautiful Pieper Porch Winery & Vineyard out in Mukwonago! Situated on 11 acres of open woods, this gorgeous winery is open May through December. Stop by to have a glass and relax on the porch or take a stroll through the beautiful Wisconsin nature.
- Order a cheese board or truffle sampler plate and sample dozens of varieties of wines at Spring City Wine House in downtown Waukesha.
This list is AWESOME. So many great ideas! Thank you!!
Impressive list! I definitely have to bookmark this!
Also, $5 Miller Brewery Tour for 5 samples and a souvenir glass.
I can’t find any Kyoto in the Third Ward online, does it still exists? It sounds so yummy, I want to go!
Here’s their website: http://kyotomke.com/
Kyoto is actually in Greenfield! The sushi restaurant in the Third Ward is called Kanpai and is delicious, as well!
I wanted to submit the best date night during and before the pandemic. If you are looking for a great PG13 laugh, try http://www.marlinhill.com. My Wife and I had a wonderful time. The shows take place every Saturday night 7pm. The host is phenomenal, funny and educational. It was our anniversary and we were treated like RED CARPET service. Please pass the word or get in contact with the owner Marlin Hill for more information or just check it out on http://www.marlinhill.com.
There’s also this great place called GlassNote Bar as another idea! You pick out scents to make your own candle and they also serve you drinks! It’s a lot of fun AND their little pup Humphrey runs around inside.