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Milwaukee's Best Delicatessen: Classic

Milwaukee Public Market

Nov. 15, 2009
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More than just a good place to find something great to eat, Milwaukee Public Market is carrying on a tradition. With its location in the Commission Row area of Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, the hub of the city’s market activity for more than a hundred years, it is aiming to be a symbol of the community it serves. That being said, it is an unparalleled place to chow down. With 20 specialty food vendors (offering everything from meat, seafood and bread to candy, wine, coffee and, of course, fresh produce), the market is the ideal place to experience all that the Milwaukee area has to offer. And once you’re full, you can take in one of the market’s special events or cooking classes.


400 N. Water St.





Runners-up:Benji’s, Glorioso’s


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