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Friday, May 20, 2016

A Day at Milwaukee Public Market

I moved to Milwaukee 2 years ago. I moved here in June last week, so weather was pretty warm and sunny. I had never anticipated that Winter in Milwaukee is extremely cold. So my 1st winter I spend staying indoor, but then I started finding indoor events which are great for winter and cold days of Spring. So last Saturday it was cold around the 50s, So we decided to go to the Public Market as this plan has been due since longtime.




The Milwaukee Public Market is the best place to explore Variety of Food, Wine and Cheese. Wisconsin trip never ends without Cheese. There are lots of food vendors in the market, So you will find suitable meal, no doubts on that. There are pretty good vegetarian and vegan options as well. The Milwaukee Public Market is all in one place, Coffee, chocolates, cupcakes, desserts,full meal, wine,cheese, you name it and they have it.

The Milwaukee Public Market has its own parking and its paid parking. So if you don't want to pay for parking then find street parking, almost all street has free parking on weekends, but still check the signs. If you buy anything from Market than they will validate your parking ticket, which reduce your parking charges.




As it was cold and windy we decided to park our car at Public Market's parking. We were not sure what we gonna buy, but we decided to keep parking ticket with us, so that if we buy anything I can ask them to validate my ticket. Who doesn't like to save a few bucks?

They have three different gates so if you give directions to anyone better to tell the vendor's name, which will be easy to locate. We decide to take a whole round of market and find out what it has to offer and then will decide what to eat.

So we started from "The green kitchen" and head towards the Adam's bakery and looking around all vendor's display. Some Vendor's displayed desserts and chocolates, which are so tempting. There are many other vendor's except food like Kitchen supplies, Thief Wine and West Allies cheese. We stop by Cheese shop, they have taste samples as well so we tried it. I really like cheese spread for crackers.



You can also get some Milwaukee gears like T-shirts, caps, Cheese shape cap as well. There is a huge section of seafood and St.Paul fish company as well. You will get oyster, Lobster, Shrimps, Fish, etc. Me and my husband both are vegetarian, so we haven't given it a try, but that place was pretty crowded so I guess their sea food will be nice.

I decided to get a veggie wrap from Green Kitchen but my husband wanted to try the Mediterranean so he bought from Aladdin. The best thing is you buy your meal from wherever you want, then take it and go upstairs they have plenty of arrangement for sitting. They have a beautiful seating area upstairs looking over the market.




And yes, don't forget to get validated your parking ticket. It was a wonderful day spending at Milwaukee Public Market.





8 comments:

  1. this most definitely looks like somewhere I would love to shop. I love the large farmer markets but this one looks like it offers so much more
    thanks for sharing

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  2. Oh my goodness! Everything looks and sounds so delicious! I wish we had something like that near here. Hope you guys had a great time!

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  3. that market looks huge! I think i'd like the wine section...lol.

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  4. These all look like lovely treats and a very special day for you two.

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  5. Spice House would be my destination! That looks like a great place to spend a few hours.

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  6. This is really different for all public market, I think this place is really amazing and has a lot of things you should buy.

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  7. I would have checked out all of the chocolate benders for sure. Sounds like a great market to check out.

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  8. I would love shopping at one such public market sometime as I have never been to one such big shopping place before. It is great that you could get the huge collection of seafood & that could be one of my favorite spot to spend sometime!

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