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Riverwest architecture
As one of Milwaukee's oldest neighborhoods, settled by Polish and German immigrants, Riverwest is blessed with a plethora of great architecture. So much, that this quick tour will focus only on the section of the neighborhood north of Locust Street. Of course, there are many more interesting buildings than these, but consider this a kickstart to exploring what the neighborhood has to offer.
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Craft vs. Crap
How to avoid this: You walk into a snazzy looking bar, order a fancy cocktail, and the better part of a $20 bill later, you realize you just drank 4 ounces of swill you probably could have gotten for $5 for at a college bar.
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Craft vs. Crap
How to avoid this: You walk into a snazzy looking bar, order a fancy cocktail, and the better part of a $20 bill later, you realize you just drank 4 ounces of swill you probably could have gotten for $5 for at a college bar.
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Denis Sullivan day sails
If you want the ultimate new perspective on the city, the best place to get it is on the lake. Unless you're a Lake Michigan boater, looking at the city from out on the water is a rare treat. Sailing on the S/V Denis Sullivan, which makes its summer home at Discovery World is an incomparable way to enjoy that view. But, while on board, you can also chip in some elbow grease and help the crew raise the sails.