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Friday, April 9, 2010

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You know what they say: You can’t spell “Wisconsin” without bowling (zing). Bay View Bowl on Kinnickinnic Avenue is Wisconsin at its finest. With plenty of lanes and a full bar, it’s a place where one can mix the pleasures of sports and drinking—or drinking as a sport. If you want that everybody-knows...
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Being a city literally built on the mass consumption of beer, Milwaukee's corner bars and taverns have always been an integral part of neighborhood culture and economy. To be sure, many if not most taverns found within the greater metro area could be classified as classic "corner" bars. However, certain establishments have been open since the peak of the Milwaukee brewery boom in the mid-1900s, some even dating as far back as Prohibition. For the ultimate experience in Old Milwaukee barhopping, try Tony's Tavern in Historic Walker's Point. Save for a television set and jukebox purchased in the 1960s...
Monday, March 31, 2008

Bay View Bowl

Most of the remaining bowling alleys in the city fall into one of two categories: sprawling mega-bowling centers or smoky, seedy dives. But the 12-lane Bay View Bowl offers a friendly, neighborhood feel that many other automatic lanes lack. The alley’s “rockin’ glow bowl” on Fridays and Saturdays are a cheap night . . .

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