Your Guide to Wisconsin’s best fall flavors

Fall Flavors

Taste the best of the season

When there’s a pleasant nip in the air, those of us who love traveling through Wisconsin know that it’s only natural to reach for more food. (Why wait for Thanksgiving?) Luckily, wherever you go throughout the state, small towns and cities are serving up some delicious eats and drinks that go above and beyond the classic pumpkin-flavored latte. Read on for where to find a taste of fall.

Beer and pie

If fall weather makes you want to cozy up to bar with pint and a few friends, look no further than the award-winning Capital Brewery in Middleton, WI. Take a tour and see how the delicious brews are made.

If beer isn’t your style but you’re in the area, Hubbard Avenue Diner is a must for a slice of their famous pie. It’s just down the street from Capital Brewery in downtown Middleton.

The art of great dining

West Bend is home to the beautiful Museum of Wisconsin Art. After checking out the exhibits, visit nearby downtown restaurants and discover a wide range of delicious dining options. A good bet for comfort food: Dublin’s. It serves up a delicious shepherd’s pie. Savor a thick cut of prime rib and a hearty stout at Riverside Brewery. The brewery’s beer is a work of art!

Cranberries and wine 

What’s fall in Wisconsin without cranberries? If you find yourself venturing into the Northwoods you’ll want to make a stop in Vilas County. This is cranberry country; you’ll find a big assortment of delicious wines, dips and candy, all made with this tart and tasty treat.

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