MAM, Anaba and Thirst and Vine

I was furloughed today, so I enjoyed my afternoon by doing a couple of things in Milwaukee.

I checked out the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Posters of Paris exhibition. I am always impressed by the exhibits there and this one was no different.

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I went to Alterra after and had one of their Sportea Iced Teas. It was green tea with electrolytes, etc. and really tasty. Just the pick me up I needed after walking in the 100 degree heat.

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Then I met my social coordinator for the summer (she keeps coming up with cool places to check out and classes to take so this is what I am calling her now), Karis, who asked me to check out a Portraits of Milwaukee exhibit with her at Anaba tea room in Shorewood.

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The photographs were great and I’d recommend going to check them out! The photographer, John O’Hara, shot various scenes of Milwaukee, such as the state fair, nature scenes and Milwaukeeans enjoying our wonderful city.

We went up to the rooftop garden, which would make a lovely place for a wedding or a great place to escape to and enjoy a cup of tea.

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Then we headed over to Thirst and Vine on Oakland Avenue for dinner.

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I liked this sign, of course.

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After reading positive reviews about it, I ordered the lunch portion of the four cheese mac and cheese, which was very comforting.

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The size was perfect because I managed to finish it all and I don’t think I could have done that with the dinner sized portion.

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It’s back to work for me tomorrow, which will feel strange after being off for two days!

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2 responses to “MAM, Anaba and Thirst and Vine

  1. Social Coordinator, love it! I’m happy you’re liking the events I’m suggesting :) Now we need to get the Cheese Bar on the calendar.

  2. Great article with some great photos! I love SPORTea & Alterra too.

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