The 20 Best Cities For Opening Up A Restaurant
Known as “a great place on a Great Lake,” the Wisconsin city is known as being a major manufacturing hub of the Midwest, but has recently focused on ecology initiatives. There’s also a heavy shift to beautifying local neighborhoods, like artsy Bronzeville, full of quaint coffee shops, jazz venues and loft space, and the East Side, known to be a foodie haven full of family-owned eateries and first date hotspots. And you can’t think about Milwaukee without thirsting for their favorite export: beer! The Menomonee River Valley area is home to the Great American Beer Festival, and where there’s suds, there’s snacks!
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