AmeriSuites Milwaukee West

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

11777 West Silver Spring Drive, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53225, United States
Hyatt Place Milwaukee West
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Milwaukee nightlife?

by Pizle

Me and few buddies will be passing through Milwaukee on a X-Country road trip. We've heard that the city is a real good time but we were wondering what the best places to go would be if you were a 23 year old looking for some clubs, bars, etc. Any suggestions would be great.

Thanks,
JP

Re: Milwaukee nightlife?

by debrajeandaria

Hi JP,

There are lots of places to go. Water Street (right downtown) has tons of bars and restaurants. Its a huge college/preppy crowd. Rosie's and O'Danny's are nice. Then there's the Brady St area (If you go north on Water St. it will actually turn into Brady St) Its a yuppie/hippie/italian neighborhood. On Brady, I like Jo Cat's pub and the Hi Hat. Also if you're hungry check out Zaffiro's for Pizza, they close at midnight. Or go to Appollo cafe for Greek food-they're open much later. Also i like Eve and Kenedee's on Milwaukee Ave, and Fly Bar on South 5th near National Av. Those are all very trendy nightclubs. I live in Milwaukee so email if you want more info. debrajeandaria@earthlink.net.

Re: Re: Milwaukee nightlife?

by Pizle

Thank you so much. That's all we needed to hear. And I'm assuming it's gonna be pretty cold around January? We're coming from Ny so we are no starngers to snow. Thanks once again..

JP

Re: Re: Milwaukee nightlife?

by debrajeandaria

Yeah, it'll be cold. Probably 20's and 30's, but maybe even colder. I don't know if we get as much snow as New York. I wouldn't worry too much about that. If you ever come to Milwaukee again, it would be better to come durring Summerfest (end of June and early July) It's like a two week drinking and music party.

Well have fun :)

Re: Milwaukee nightlife?

by kosalof

try www.onmilwaukee.com for suggestions.... Don't forget the Third Ward, south of the freeway on Water St.

Re: Milwaukee nightlife?

by ABankerMU

Marquette University is several blocks west of downtown along Wisconsin Ave. You could check out the bars around there for a younger, college crowd. Murphy's or Caffrey's are the more popular ones.

The Water Street selections that the other user suggested are good ones. Also try The Oak Barrel and McGillicudys. O'Danny's tends to be a bit of a sausage-fest.

On Brady, Joe Cats has always been packed solid when I've been there. I like to have a little room to breathe. The Hi-Hat is a good place, connected to The Garage.

The East Side has some good bars along North Ave.: The East Sider, BBC's, Lava, Cans.

Kenedee's is a great place, more of a young professionals crowd. Taylor's is decent, too.

Good luck!

Travel Tips for Milwaukee

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT'S SUMMER...

by Artyst

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT'S SUMMER SITES...MILWAUKEE HAS GREAT FESTIVALS FOR DIFFERENT CULTURES IN THE SUMMER, INCLUDING AFRO-FEST, GREEK FEST, BASTILE DAYS (I THINK I SPELLED IT WRONG), AND MUCH MORE IT ALSO HAS BEAUTIFUL AREAS: NEAR THE LAKE, DOWNTOWN AND MORE IT'S CULTURE...BUT YOU HAVE TO BE OPEN TO I

611 Building (1886)

by yooperprof

You could also call this the "Arch building," as the designer, Solon Spencer Beman, was certainly extravagantly fond with the Romanesque rounded arch - he used 72 of them on the facade of this structure!

It was originally created as the headquarters of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, which may partially explain its decorative extravagance. Let Joseph Korom, author of the handy book "Milwaukee Architecture," describe the exuberance within: "The 611 Building has one of the most magnificent interiors in Wisconsin, featuring colorful marble walls, decorative iron newel posts (capped by spiked, polished copper finials), and two-story ionic columns. Dazzling ceramic tile patterns in the floor form a colorful nineteenth-century tapestry. A light court, surrounded by office windows and elevators, rises from the second floor to a great glass and iron canopy, a web of trusses, and more than 2000 translucent glass squares that allow sunlight into this grand space."

Buffalo Building (1900)

by yooperprof

Another successful rehab in the Third Ward, the Buffalo Building is a good example of creative reuse. It was built in 1900 for Phoenix Hosiery Company - they made socks here! Later, space inside was used by a variety of textile manufacturers and clothiers. lots of south-facing windows - the light must be very good.

Now space inside is divided between office, retail, and residential. I like the fact that there are a variety of different uses in a single building.

Beer

by gerblunk

You'll hear most Milwaukeeans say that we drink a lot of beer. Is this really true? I don't know. If you're in town during the summer months you can go down to the Lakefront on almost every weekend of the summer and find either Summerfest or one of the many ethnic festivals. These festivals, especially the grand-daddy of all outdoor music festivals, Summerfest (3,000 bands in 11 days), is really a giant celebration of beer. Music is secondary to most visitors behind the beer. A ha! Evidence of Milwaukee's infatuation with beer? Not quite, because on any given night the majority of Summerfest goers are from out of town. So people come to Milwaukee for the beer, apparantly. The most popular ethnic festival is Irish Fest, which is largest festival of Irish culture in the world outside of Ireland. I should not have to tell you that there is a lot of beer at Irish Fest as well.

But what of the proliferation of taverns serving beer? There are many, many of these establishments all over town. But the last time I checked there were also a lot of bars in St. Louis, a city quite similar in size to Milwaukee. St. Louis is home to the largest brewery in the world by far: Anheuser- Busch. So how come they're exempt from the "beer town" label?

I've met people who have never been to Milwaukee who seriously believe that our freeways must be named after beers. ("Yeah, you might want to take the Pabst today to work; the Blatz is really backed up at the Miller interchange.") One thing people always comment on when they first arrive in Milwaukee is: "where's all the beer?" Maybe these are the same people who, when visiting San Francisco in March, ask: "isn't it supposed to be nice and sunny all the time in California?" The moral of the story? Don't judge a place based on what you've seen on TV or in the movies. It's almost always wrong.

TIM & TOM'S CHEESE IN KENOSHA, WISCONSIN

by LoriPori

After our visit to Milwaukee and now on our way to Libertyville to see Deecat, we made a little pit stop to a couple of "Wisconsin Cheese" Outlets. One was TIM & TOM'S CHEESE located on 2614 120th Ave. Kenosha. Just as you walk in, there is a display table with free samples of cheese spreads and crackers. Of course I had to try the different spreads. The Merkst Sharp Cheddar was delicious.
Tim & Tom's also specialize in gift boxes. For example there was #509 "Best of Wisconsin" which includes 1 lb. Cranberry White Cheddar, 8 oz. Merkts Sharp Cheddar, 9 oz. Old Wisconsin Beef summer sausage, 9 oz. Old Wisconsin Beef garlic summer sausage, 1 lb. aged Cheddar round and 8 oz. dried cranberries. This package sold for $45.00 and if you wanted it shipped add another $13.25

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 AmeriSuites Milwaukee West

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Address: 11777 West Silver Spring Drive, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53225, United States