About Jeanette Hurt

Award-winning author Jeanette Hurt writes about food, wine and travel for a variety of publications, including AAA Living, Wine Enthusiast and The Four Seasons, and she's also a food and beverage correspondent for Milwaukee NPR affiliate WUWM's Lake Effect show. When she's not writing about food, wine or travel, she can be found enjoying Milwaukee's lakefront bike and with her husband, their son and their dog.

Milwaukee for foodies: A culinary tour of Walker’s Point

What was once a dusty corridor of small machine shops and soaring warehouse spaces, Milwaukee‘s Walker’s Point neighbourhood has evolved into the city’s Restaurant Row.   Located just south of downtown and the Third Ward, this founding city neighbourhood has become a trendy dining destination, … Continue reading

Beyond Milwaukee: The Best Kohler Golf Courses

  The wind whips off the azure waters, bending the fescue grasses on the undulating terrain in between sand bunkers and against steep cliffs. Appearances suggest that the Straits course of the Whistling Straits Golf Course to be in Scotland, but instead, these challenging 18 … Continue reading

Harley Mystique: Milwaukee on Two Wheels

Motorcycle after motorcycle roars through Milwaukee, pouring into the city’s biggest party site on the banks of Lake Michigan. This is the home of Harley mystique: the city that gave birth to the world’s most famous motorcycle. Outside the world famous Harley-Davidson Museum © cometstarmoon/Flickr When … Continue reading

Brew City: A Beginner’s Milwaukee Guide

Milwaukee, otherwise known as Brew City, is Wisconsin’s largest city and a town known for working hard and playing hard. Take a look at our beginner’s guide to Milwaukee for the very best spots on the brilliant blue shores of Lake Michigan.    Lakefront Milwaukee … Continue reading

Milwaukee Frozen Custard: 5 Great Locations To Try It From

  Don’t call it ice cream. In Milwaukee, locals love – even in the dead of winter – a delicious dessert called frozen custard.    Richer, creamier, denser yet lighter in texture than regular ice cream, what makes this chilly treat different from ice cream … Continue reading