Deals in Milwaukee

Milwaukee Guide

Reliable Milwaukee guides suggest plenty of varied things to see and do. As one of the major cities of the Midwest, Milwaukee is a destination for festivals, restaurants, and the arts. Lake Michigan creates miles of water-friendly attractions that play counterpoint to the urban feel of the city. Though it’s the brewing and manufacturing capital of the state, more than that defines Milwaukee. Milwaukee things to do range from going to galleries and festivals for the classical arts seeker to rafting and hikes for outdoorsy types.

Milwaukee is graced with limitless attractions, such as lakefront views, historic neighborhoods, and the bluffs of Lake Michigan. From the landscape of Milwaukee, visitors can see 360-degree views of Milwaukee’s skyline, large-scale homes, and tranquil woods. Milwaukee’s park system and nature centers are among the country’s best, with Lake Park’s landscape offering breathtaking views of the state’s glacier-carved terrain. Getting around in the city to shop for some Milwaukee deals is a breeze with the city’s transit system and walkability ranking among the highest in the Midwest. Milwaukee’s public markets, riverboat tours, and nature trails are just a short ride to the city’s accessible arenas and stadiums.

The limitless things to do in Milwaukee include world-class concerts and eateries. Milwaukee’s most famous rock/pop music venue, Summerfest, invites patrons to the best in top-tier and chart-topping music. Every musical genre has an active life in the city, from the Milwaukee Symphony to the touring acts headlining every pop venue. Any one of the ethnic or all-American food festivals draw tourists and locals to the streets, combining music, food, and cultural celebration in the sunny weather of every district. Whether it’s the open air, shopping, or its urban landscape, Milwaukee hooks lifelong residents, new arrivals, and tourists with its endless number of things to do and see.

Any one of the ethnic or all-American food festivals draw tourists and locals to the streets, combining music, food, and cultural celebration in the sunny weather of every district.
 

Up to 56% Off Show and Drinks at Comedy Cafe

Lower East Side

$34 $17

Audiences can sip drinks as they enjoy weekly comedy shows

$10 for English Pub Food at John Hawks Pub

Juneau Town

$20 $10

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Around a stone hearth, an English-style pub serves American and English staples, including a peppercorn-crusted burger and shepherd's pie

Up to 51% Off a VIP Club Reservation at WhereHouse

Harbor View

$150 $75

VIP packages treat brides to free drinks and larger groups to bottle service or private bar service

50% Off at 88 Keys Piano Martini Lounge

West Allis

$20 $10

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Gourmet fondue and pizza pair with two dozen types of martinis amid comfortable sofas and dim blue lights; live music on Friday & Saturday

Up to 50% Off Pizza and Drinks at Fat Daddy's

Milwaukee

$20 $11

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12-inch pizzas pair with beer and cocktails; darts and video bowling entertain patrons

45% Off Beer and Food at Fire on Water

Downtown Milwaukee

$20 $11

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Patrons can sip on 50+ beers at bar with comfortable lounge seating that features live music Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights

Half Off Drinks at Hot Water Wherehouse

Harbor View

$30 $15

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Bottle service includes Absolut or Ketel One vodka

Up to 70% Off Bar Food, Drinks, and Hookah at Nostalgia I and II

Multiple Locations

$25 $12

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Bar food, cocktails, and five flavors of hookah served inside an intimate, inviting club setting

50% Off Turkish Cuisine at Tulip Restaurant

Historic Third Ward

$30 $15

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Fresh-baked pita accompanies kebabs, baklava, and housemade ravioli served amid Cream City brick walls