As promised, I tried my best to document all of the amazing yummy goodness that was our Wisco trip. Check out all of the photos below!
Our first real stop was in Niagara, Canada. Neither of us had ever been there before and it was beautiful. Of course we had to have a Canadian beer sampler at lunch as we overlooked the falls…duh
So there is a big lag in pictures between this one and two days later. Let’s just say the wedding was a BLAST and none of those photos are appropriate for this blog. However we did make a trip to Milwaukee’s Irish Fest on the lakefront and I found this amazing area where they were roasting meat. I was so tempted to just jump the rope!
Our 2nd wedding anniversary was kicked off with a stop at the Wollersheim Winery in Prarie Du Sac, Wi.
Next we were off to New Glarus – basically for one reason only…the New Glarus Brewing Co. Big thanks to Randy and Randy on their staff for making us feel so welcome.
To give you context for this meal – it was our 2 year anniversary and we were eating at a traditional Swiss restaurant in New Glarus, WI…read on…
Stevens Point, WI – the place of my birth and the home to many of my family members. We had an amazing lunch and dinner with both sets of my Grandparents and decided to cap the night off at our favorite local restaurant: Christian’s Bistro.
After Stevens Point we hit up Green Bay, along with a Lambeau Field Tour! I was like a 12 year old all over again…
Sorry I didn’t get a pic of our beers or the sandwiches we ate. I had a buffalo burger and The Love Muffin had elk…you know you’re in Wisconsin when…
Then we were onto our next stop. The Inn at Cedar Crossing in Sturgeon Bay, WI (Door County).
We had such an amazing time in Wisconsin but it was time to get back. Hurricane Irene was a-comin’ and we wanted to get back before our power went out and/or we were flooded. So on the road we went. And our last stop before home…Buffalo, NY. Wings at Duff’s!
As you can see we ate and drank our way through our trip, but did you expect any different? We made it home before the majority of the storm and lucky for us, we never lost power and didn’t have any flooding. Now we’re looking forward to our next culinary vacation – Tuscany in November.