Milwaukee Downtown BID 21
Press Release

Taste & Toast to lift spirits downtown beginning Monday

Five nights of specially priced bottles and bites at over 25 downtown Milwaukee restaurants

By - Feb 26th, 2015 09:46 am
Taste & Toast

Taste & Toast

Taste & Toast, a new happy hour event coordinated by Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21, will heat up restaurants, bars and lounges March 2 – 6. The promotion features specially priced small plates, appetizers and libations, alcoholic and some nonalcoholic, from 4 to 7 p.m. at over 25 downtown establishments. Among this year’s participants are: Ale Asylum Riverhouse, Bacchus, Blu, The Brown Bottle, Carson’s, CLEAR Bar & Lounge, Club Charlies, Coquette Café, Cubanitas, Distil, Harbor House, Indulge, Karma Bar & Grill, The Knick, Mason Street Grill, Mi•key’s, Miller Time Pub & Grill, Millioke, Milwaukee ChopHouse, Monarch Lounge, Onesto, Port of Call, Rumpus Room, Smoke Shack, Swig, Tulip, Umami Moto and Water Buffalo.

As an extra incentive for participating in Taste & Toast, Milwaukee Downtown will award $350 in dining gift certificates to two patrons. To enter, diners will be encouraged to complete a Taste & Toast survey following their experience at www.milwaukeedowntown.com. At the conclusion of the event, two completed surveys will be randomly drawn.

Menus of Taste & Toast participants are available for preview at www.milwaukeedowntown.com. Taste & Toast is a prelude to Downtown Dining Week 2015, which will take place June 4 – 11.

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