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Sprecher Brew­ery 701 W. Glen­dale Ave. Though it opened in Milwaukee in 1985 as the city’s first craft brew­ery, Sprecher is now based in Glen­dale. For $8, you can tour the com­pany’s gas-fired brew­house, ag­ing cel­lar, bot­tling line and ware­house, and sam­ple four of more than 20 beer, cider and hard soda op­tions. Bayshore Town Cen­ter 5800 N. Bayshore Dr. Orig­i­nally built in 1954, Bayshore was re­de­vel­oped into a mixed-use shop­ping mecca – with

113 res­i­den­tial apart­ments and 1.3 mil­lion square feet of re­tail space – in 2006. If you need to hit mul­ti­ple big box stores at once, or you con­sider The Cheese­cake Fac­tory haute cui­sine, it’s the place to go. The Brick Pub & Grill 6343 N. Green Bay Ave. Lo­cals love this sprawl­ing tav­ern, partly for its hearty fare (ba­con-wrapped meat­loaf!) and partly for its own­ers’ com­mit­ment to char­ity – since 2015 they’ve do­nated $30,000 to com­mu­nity non­prof­its. They also book live mu­si­cal acts on Wed­nes­days and Satur­days. Klet­zsch Park 6560 N. Milwaukee River Pkwy. The Oak Leaf Trail and the Milwaukee River both run through this idyl­lic park, which dou­bles as a great fish­ing desti­na­tion for an­glers look­ing to reel in sal­mon and trout – both of which are abun­dant in early Novem­ber. Neroli Sa­lon and Spa Bayshore 5714 N. Bayshore Dr. Our read­ers voted Neroli their fa­vorite sa­lon and spa ear­lier this year, and for good rea­son. The com­pany hosts reg­u­lar prod­uct launch par­ties and of­fers a dizzy­ing ar­ray of pam­per­ing ser­vices, from hair­cuts to mas­sages to fa­cials. Brown Deer Park Golf Course 7625 N. Range Line Rd. Con­sid­ered the best course in the County Parks sys­tem – the one where Tiger Woods made his pro­fes­sional de­but – this can be found along Glen­dale’s western border. A stream cuts through the 18-hole, 6,759-yard course, which fea­tures rolling hills and many tree-lined fair­ways.

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