MY FAVORITE FALL THINGS TO DO IN MILWAUKEE

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Today I am teaming up with Eventbrite and participating in their Hometown Hunt. I am telling you all about some of my favorite things to do in Milwaukee/near Milwaukee for fall!! If you have a local event that you want to promote post it on Eventbrite, the largest self-ticking platform in the world.

Barthel Fruit Farm: So this is pushing it a little bit with it being considered "in" Milwaukee, because it's definitely not...but it’s only a 20 minute drive and so worth it! This is definitely my favorite apple orchard and pumpkin patch. I have come here every year since I can remember with my friends and family. I love taking pictures here (okay, completely guilty on only going for pictures sometimes. I know, I am that girl), spending time with my favorite people, and finishing with one of their amazing caramel apples. 

Screaming Tuna: This is a year round favorite but there is something about being in the city in fall weather. Screaming Tuna has the best sushi. I am kind of a fake sushi eater because all I get is the Sesame Chicken Sushi (which you n-e-e-d to try...so good and for those wondering the chicken is completely cooked!). Both my parents eat sushi all the time and they rave about how good this place is so I can speak for the actual sushi eaters that its good as well. Also, for an appetizer I recommend crab wontons and edamame!! On Sunday they have a deal where select (I say select but its almost all the options) sushi are half off, which means you can get six things of sushi for around 3 dollars...pretty good if you ask me. Its listed as Monday on there website but I went there last weekend and it was going on during Sunday, so I would call and ask if you are planning on going either of those days. 

I apologize for all the pictures but I kind of think about this blog as my "diary" of sorts and if my computer crashed than I would still have them all here. 



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