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Milwaukee Bike & Skate Rental has been supplying lakefront adventurers with breezy modes of transportation for more than 20 years. Aboard your small surrey bike, you can feel free to wander along the waterfront, explore side paths, or rehearse future live-action Flintstones revivals. The small, pedal-powered surrey holds up to three adults and two small children and allows you and your entourage to cruise along the Milwaukee lakefront at your leisure, ringing the surrey’s attached bell to warn pedestrians of your approach as the fresh air flows through your hair. Though not covered in this deal, Milwaukee Bike & Skate Rental’s main station boasts a full snack bar with beverages, so you can stock up on sustenance or replenish your energy after a calorie-burning journey. This Groupon may be used for upgrades to different bicycles or more rental time—you are responsible for the difference in cost. Saddle up for a shaded swing by the water with Milwaukee Bike & Skate Rental.

Lagoon Dr. and N. Lincoln Memorial Pkwy.
Milwaukee,
WI
US

For those who have never owned a radio, read a newspaper, or heard an angel sing, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons are the rock 'n' roll hall of famers responsible for 29 top-40 hits that toe the line of doo-wop, rock, and pop. Spanning half a century of musical history, this fun-loving bunch of rockers who love having fun bring their well-rehearsed act to the stage at Festa Italiana. Opening for the legends will be the hybrid musical comedian Pete Barbuti, who is known for tickling ivories and tickling people's throats in order to induce laughter across the globe.

200 N Harbor Dr
Milwaukee,
WI
US

German Fest is a celebration of culture through food and drink, live entertainment, and all kinds of family fun and shenanigans. Use your voucher toward bratwurst, gulasch, dumplings, potato pancakes, pork chops, desserts, and more. To wash down these hearty helpings, head to the beer garden at the north end of the grounds. On the south end of the fest, there is a carnival with games and rides.

200 N Harbor Dr
Milwaukee,
WI
US

The Fox Bay Cinema Grill marquee lights up the theater's outdoor marble ticket kiosk, transporting moviegoers to a bygone era of the silver screen. Renovated in 2000, the spacious art-deco theater drapes its large screens in scarlet curtains, and wraparound, swivel lounge chairs and tables wait to support patrons as they immerse themselves in the digital sound and projection pouring forth from the latest Hollywood hits. The theater doesn't only sate the imagination's appetite with lush filmscapes; servers shell out light finger foods and hearty pizzas and sandwiches throughout the movie, quieting growling bellies that may otherwise spoil the film's ending. Though not included with this deal, alcohol is available via Fox Bay's wait staff and at the lobby bar.

334 E Silver Spring Dr.
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Going to the movie theater should be more enjoyable than watching a movie at home??a concept that Rosebud Theater has down pat. Cinephiles regain the sparkle in their eyes as they enter the historic venue, which originally opened as The Tosa Theatre in 1931 and was recently modernized to have great views and stellar sound. Unlike cramped multiplex theaters, Rosebud houses one solitary, comfortably spaced theater, where visitors won?t have to worry about hearing explosions from the monster-truck movie next door or accidently walking into the wrong monster-truck movie.

In addition to typical movie snacks such as popcorn, candy, and soda, the Rosebud sports a full menu of appetizers, sandwiches, quesadillas, and pizza, as well as a full bar stocked with wine, cocktails, and microbrews??all of which are delivered to patrons during featured presentations. Rather than standard chairs, the theater is furnished with cushy loveseats with room for 180 movie lovers to savor first-run Hollywood hits without wrestling strangers over armrests.

5906 W Vliet St.
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Going to the movie theater should be more enjoyable than watching a movie at home??a concept that Rosebud Theater has down pat. Cinephiles regain the sparkle in their eyes as they enter the historic venue, which originally opened as The Tosa Theatre in 1931 and was recently modernized to have great views and stellar sound. Unlike cramped multiplex theaters, Rosebud houses one solitary, comfortably spaced theater, where visitors won?t have to worry about hearing explosions from the monster-truck movie next door or accidently walking into the wrong monster-truck movie.

In addition to typical movie snacks such as popcorn, candy, and soda, the Rosebud sports a full menu of appetizers, sandwiches, quesadillas, and pizza, as well as a full bar stocked with wine, cocktails, and microbrews??all of which are delivered to patrons during featured presentations. Rather than standard chairs, the theater is furnished with cushy loveseats with room for 180 movie lovers to savor first-run Hollywood hits without wrestling strangers over armrests.

6823 W North Ave.
Milwaukee,
WI
US