By: Megan Kujawa
There’s a lot to be excited for at the Fiserv Forum this spring. Eric Church’scomes to Milwaukee March 29 & 30, the Bucks wrap up their (although we’re expecting a long postseason run) and the Bucks Entertainment Block welcomes new tenants. Check out where I’m sure you’ll be spending plenty of time in the upcoming months:
officially opened their downtown location on February 22 with a weekend-long grand opening event. The brewery & taproom is split with a beer-hall-style area featuring 24 Good City taps and a full-service dining area on the first floor. Once the snow melts away, the second-floor outdoor patio will open overlooking the plaza.
On March 9,celebrates the grand opening of their first Wisconsin location. Customers will be able to sample their creative food and beverage menu and have unlimited game play of skee ball, bowling and classic video games just to name a few. cost $20, with all proceeds going to local nonprofit .
Drink Wisconsinbly, dubbed theis expected to open in late March at the south end of the Entertainment Block. The pub will be fully decked out in all things Wisconsin, including a wall of vintage beer cans and a bubbler that dispenses SoulBoxer Brandy Old Fashioneds. Drink Wisconsinbly merchandise such as apparel, drinkware and other accessories will also be available for purchase.
Paying homage to the former home of the Milwaukee Bucks where they won the NBA title in 1971, The MECCA Sports Bar and Grill is expected to open late April. At The MECCA, you’ll enjoy traditional and signature pub items, two levels of outdoor seating and a 36-foot TV to watch your favorite teams play.
The Bucks Beer Garden opened last fall just in time for Milwaukee to celebrate the Brewers’ 2018 play-off run. Set between Old World 3rd Street and the east side of the plaza, the beer garden is open year-round and has a 28-foot screen where you can gather to watch Wisconsin’s teams dominate no matter what season it is.
About the Author: Megan Kujawa is the Marketing & Special Events intern at Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21. She is a senior at Marquette University studying public relations, marketing and advertising.Posted in: Dining & Nightlife Posted in: Music Posted in: Sports