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Join me in the Cream City

Photo Credit :: Historic Photo Collection/Milwaukee Public Library

According to wikipedia, "Cream City Brick is a cream or light yellow-colored brick made from a clay found around Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the Menomonee River Valley and on the western banks of Lake Michigan. These bricks were one of the most common building materials used in Milwaukee during the mid and late 19th century, giving the city the nickname Cream City and the bricks the name Cream City bricks".

My colleague and I are visiting Milwaukee for Growing Food and Justice for All Gathering 2011 and excited about getting to know more about Milwaukee's local food scene. We're partnering with Hotel Metro to explore what locavorism looks like in the Cream City. Hotel Hotel Metro is sponsoring our stay and is the leading eco-friendly luxury hotel choice in downtown Milwaukee. The property has been recommended as “where to stay” by The NY Times and rated by Travel & Leisure as “ one of the top hotels in the world”. 

On September 7, 2011 from 6:00pm-8:00pm we'll be hosting a happy hour at Hotel Metro's Zen on Seven. There will be drink specials and giveaways curated by With Love, From Brooklyn

Please visit http://metrobarfoodies.eventbrite.com for more details. 

This is a sponsored post. 

Have you lived in or traveled to Milwaukee? Tell me your favorite hotel.


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