Midwest Living Review
Since it opened in October 2005, the Milwaukee Public Market has anchored the city's Historic Third Ward neighborhood and provided patrons with a vast array of ingredients and foods from nearby and all over the world. The block-long space harbors nearly two dozen merchants, including delis, fishmongers, confectionaries, exotic-food sellers, spice markets, coffeehouses, a wine store (with its own bistro and bar), cafs and a cookware shop. (And if you still can't find what you're looking for, there's a good chance it might be at the adjunct Good Harvest Market, an organic and holistic retailer kitty-corner across the street.) Upstairs at the Public Market is a large communal area often used for public events or classes. Check the building's Web site for a schedule.