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It’s All Happening in Milwaukee

It’s All Happening in Milwaukee

All eyes are on Milwaukee, as the Democratic National Convention takes the stage in summer 2020.

This Southeast Wisconsin city has been busy preparing—proud to reveal its new arena, hotels, restaurants, streetcar and a plethora of entertainment options. Whether it's a weekend getaway or a daytrip, Milwaukee is a must-visit destination.

A great place to begin is just minutes from downtown, at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino. Home to nonstop gaming, seven restaurants, a renowned theater, Topgolf® Swing Suite, event space, luxury hotel and spa, this expansive entertainment venue truly has something for groups of all kinds.

With over 150,000 square feet of gaming space, Potawatomi welcomes more than 6 million guests annually seeking thrills on more than 2,500 slot machines. From the latest gaming innovations to classic machines, the casino is constantly updating its slots selection.

Nearly one hundred table games add to the gaming excitement with blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, Fortune Pai Gow Poker® and more. Groups could also enjoy an exciting game of poker in the comfort of a 20-table Poker Room or live racing action from the 200-seat Off-Track Betting Room.

And don't forget about bingo! Potawatomi's 1,350-seat Bingo Hall offers morning, afternoon and evening sessions, along with a monthly Saturday night glow bingo dance party.

Seven restaurants serve a variety of cuisines and price ranges, across the property. Bella Italiana prepares beautiful Italian dishes at feel-good prices. Enjoy all-you-can-eat offerings from seven action stations at The Buffet, including the popular crab legs nights. The Hotel's Canal Street Café is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving casual, American comfort food. Upscale Dream Dance Steakhouse adds a dash of class with steaks, seafood and a three-course dining menu, plus an award-winning wine list. The Fire Pit Sports Bar & Grill features 34 high-definition televisions and sports bar fare—open late. Menomonee Valley Food Court houses four different quick-service eateries. Finally, RuYi offers delicious grade-A sushi and sashimi, along with authentic Asian noodle and rice dishes.

Groups of up to eight can play a round of virtual golf or other simulated sports on one of two massive screens at the casino's Topgolf® Swing Suite—complete with food and beverage service.

The acclaimed Northern Lights Theater draws music and comedy fans for one-of-a-kind shows, while free local and regional entertainment plays several nights a week in the center of the casino floor at Bar 360. On weekdays, the bars of Potawatomi host $3 drink specials during Milwaukee's biggest happy hour.

Need to unwind? The casino's newest amenity, Ember Salon & Spa, offers men's and women's treatments, including massages, skincare, and nail and hair services.

If all this weren't enough, groups could stay just steps from the casino action and blocks from downtown, at Potawatomi's recently expanded luxury hotel. The casino's Tour & Travel Department offers various daytrip and overnight stay packages for groups of all sizes, with free parking.

Written by Denise Gamboa, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.

Content and photo courtesy of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.

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