Arguably the greatest championship course in the United States, Milwaukee Food & City Tours is thrilled that the 43rd Ryder Cup Matches will be held held at Whistling Straits in Kohler, WI to determine who’s the best of the best in 2020.
Milwaukee Food & City Tours will be offering a shuttle service for guests in town during the 2020 Ryder Cup. The shuttle will pick up at hotels in downtown Milwaukee before heading one hour north to the event. Riders will each receive a Bloody Mary and breakfast sandwich to enjoy in-route to Kohler, WI. On your return trip to Milwaukee, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided to guests.
Looking for great places to eat in Milwaukee? Here’s our list of restaurants sure to deliver a hole-in-one:
Check out the original thin crust recipe at Wisconsin first pizzeria, or hop on our always popular and delicious Pizza Bus Tour to explore Milwaukee’s rich, deep, and always cheesy pizza history. On our tour we visit not 1, not 2, but 3 world class pizzerias and top it off with a divine scoop of gelato at the end. Just remember this little golf pro tip, when you’re hungry after a long day on the course, there’s no shame in a slice!
Discover Stupefacente Deals in Milwaukee’s Little Italy!
Begin your journey with a stop at the historic Peter Sciortino’s Bakery on Milwaukee’s eclectic and sometimes eccentric Brady Street for a scrumptious cannoli or spumoni cookie. Next, head on down to the iconic Glorioso Brothers’ Deli for handmade pasta, a wide selection of imported and domestic cheeses and meats. Looking for a guided walking tour? Get your fill of all the amazing sights and smells that Brady Street has to offer on our original Brady Street Lunch Tour.
Go Bavarian at the Most Famous German Restaurant in North America
There isn’t a more authentic Milwaukee experience than a stop to the world-renown Mader’s German restaurant. Toss back a Spaten Lager or a Bitburg Pilsner while dining among a stunning $3 million dollar art collection ranging from suits of medieval armour to antiques dating back to the 14th century. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget! Or, join us on our Old World 3rd Street tour to visit, among 5 other locations, this fine German restaurant.
Eat Like a Local With an Authentic Milwaukee Fish Fry
Last, but certainly not least, while soaking in all the culture and culinary delights that Milwaukee has to offer, be sure to experience a traditional fish fry at the award-winning Lakefront Brewery. And, while you are there be sure to kick up your heals and ‘roll out the barrels’ with a traditional polka band, brewery tour, and pints of some of Milwaukee’s finest brewed beer! After this trip, you are going to want to return to MKE. When you do, join us on our Fish Fry Tour.