In March, downtown Milwaukee will soon be offering diners an affordable sampling platter of local cuisine, as Taste & Toast is set to return March 7-11. Coordinated by Downtown BID #21, the event offers a week of small plates and affordable bites to give Milwaukeeans a chance to explore the culinary scene in the heart of the city. Fifteen bars and restaurants from the Third Ward to Cathedral Square will take part in this year’s festivities.
From tapas taverns, a variety of specialty food and beverage options will be available at discounted prices, with participants including Central Standard Crafthouse & Kitchen, Oak Barrel Public House, The Pfister Hotel, Onesto and many more. Whether you’re craving barbecue or bar food, there’s something for every budding foodie downtown.
“Downtown Milwaukee is rich in nightlife and unique dining experiences,” Beth Weirick, CEO of Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21 said via statement. “Taste & Toast offers diners the perfect opportunity to sample an array of bars and restaurants with wallet-friendly happy hour fare.”
Two lucky diners will also be able to sink the food. Anyone who completes an online Taste & Toast survey following their dining experience will be entered into a draw to win $150 in gift certificates to local restaurants. Two winners will be drawn after the last day to complete the survey on Monday, March 14.
Taste & Toast specials will be available at all 15 participating locations from 4-7 p.m. March 7-11. For a full list of participating restaurants, menus, as well as more information on additional downtown event benefits, visit TasteToastMKE.com.