Just across the 6th Street Bridge from downtown you'll find Walker's Point, a culturally diverse and vibrant community and home to Milwaukee's Latin Cuisine District. This historic area filled with century old homes and delicious restaurants like La Perla and the Iron Horse Hotel is home to Harley-Davidson, the Great Lakes Distillery, and Rockwell Automation. Take a walk down National Street to the heart of Walker's Point and you will find one of Milwaukee's best locally-owned cafes, The National Cafe and Takeaway, where you can enjoy a delicious serving of french toast (gluten-free available!) and a strong cup of coffee, and browse the local art available for sale. Just across the street from Milwaukee Public Schools' Bradley Tech High School is Casa Romero Renewal Center, a bilingual urban retreat center for individuals, groups, and non-profits who share the value of providing "the voice of those who have no voice."
Milwaukee's strengths are in its contrasts. Here you will find a community that takes pride in its history as an international brewing and manufacturing mecca, but has also grown into an exciting and cosmopolitan 21st century city. With nearly every neighborhood just 15 minutes or less from downtown, it's easy for Milwaukee's nearly 700,000 residents to congregate on the restaurant-lined Riverwalk, catch a top-name concert at the historic Pabst Theater, watch a movie along the lakefront while partaking in Wisconsin's traditional fish fry, enjoy the world renowned Milwaukee Art Museum, spend an evening with the Floretine Opera Company or Milwaukee Ballet, root for one of the city's many collegiate and professional sports teams, experience the living landmark of the Mitchell Domes Horticultural Conservatory, kayak or canoe along the Milwaukee River, shop at the locally-owned boutiques in the Historic 3rd Ward, or simply take a stroll along one of the many urban hiking trails.
In Milwaukee, the possibilities are endless—it is truly "the good land."
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