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We took the Historic Milwaukee tour of Brady Street during the 2018 Doors Open Milwaukee event. Our tour guide walked with our group through the neighborhoods to the north and the south of Brady Street, explaining the architecture and socioeconomic conditions that resulted in distinct...More
Online it states that Brady St which is 9 blocks long, is one of the most popular business streets lined with locally owned establishments. There are cafes, unique shops, bars and restaurants. We were there early in the day and a lot of the places...More
Back in the day it was a great place for art, music and a number of things I won't mention. A great beat and hippie hangout.
This trip, a torn up street, several eateries from fast food to upscale and old (many vacant) buildings. Didn't...More
This street is about a mile long, with two or more restaurants on some blocks, maybe only one on some, funky stores and bars and just about any type of entertainment you enjoy. It is definitely a destination especially for the under 35 crowd, people...More
If you've ever been to the old Chicago Rush Street back in the 60's you'll like Brady street. An eclectic array of shops and eateries. Special events also have music. Parking is sometimes an issue but if you can park outside of Brady street you...More
Back in the late 60's, Brady Street was Hippie Headquarters. Now it is the Hipster HQ, with many restaurants, bars (some featuring live music), and shops along the street, which is about a half mile long. Of course there is some overspill (around the corner...More
Brunch at the Hi Hat Garage was ok. Nice setting but food was unremarkable. Few shops and some of those not open, even though it was Saturday. Not much to do here in the day time, more of an evening spot.
We stayed a few blocks from Brady Street for our time in Milwaukee. It's a lovely neighborhood with many fun restaurants, coffeeshops, and bars. It seems to be LGBTQ+ friendly, which was a plus—many Pride flags around and displayed in most businesses—and was convenient, with...More
There are many restaurants, bars and shops, It is a fun area to roam around for a couple of hours. I did the Brady Street Food Tour and learned so much history about the area, and had a great sampling of the food.