Located just off the main drag in Hartland, Beer Snobs Ale & Eats isn't exactly a tough place to find. But it's a true gem for Lake Country beer lovers looking for a place to sample something new.
In January I took you inside this amazing recreation of Liverpool's legendary Cavern Club, where The Beatles often played in their early days, in Hartland. Now, you have a chance to see it for yourself when the Cavern hosts legendary Milwaukee DJ Bob Barry and The Ricochettes.
In an unassuming low-slung office building adjacent to a strip mall in suburban Hartland, Wisconsin, local technology entrepreneur and veterans' rights activist Dave Meister has built his own replica of Liverpool's Cavern Club, the Beatles' early hometown incubator.
From Iran to Germany to France to Italy to the USA, the menu at Chef Michael Feker's Hartland restaurant Zesti, opened earlier this year, is all over the place - and, happily, not in a bad way.
Today, Metro Parent Magazine reports that the Holiday Train will stop in Wauwatosa thanks to the efforts of the two Girls Scouts in the city. Last year, the train stopped at 10 cities in Wisconsin, including Sturtevant, Milwaukee and Hartland.
A new Hartland restaurant and a globally inspired lunch menu -- both are on the plate for Il Mito Chef Michael Feker.
Intricately bound by a maze of interconnected lakes, you'll find time does indeed slow down as you mingle friendly locals, wander sprawling county and state parks and greet plenty of time honored traditions.
There are some wonderful restaurants in Waukesha County to satisfy your wurst -- or schnitzel -- craving. And it doesn't have to be Oktoberfest for you to enjoy fine German and Swiss cuisine out west.