Big Bay Brewing Company 4517 N Oakland Ave, Shorewood, WI53211 Located in Shorewood's booming business district, Big Bay Brewing Company's tasting room and brewery store on North…More Oakland Avenue features handcrafted beers and sodas, made in Milwaukee.
Three Lions Pub 4515 N Oakland Ave, Shorewood, WI53211 British-style tavern, Three Lions Pub, features a authenic atmosphere complete with Bristish beer, soccer matches…More and fish 'n' chips. In the bar's living room, patrons will be greeted by Victorianesque lights, a roaring fireplace and "gastropub" cuisine.
River Park N Oakland Ave & E Edgewood Ave, Shorewood, WI53211 Now home to the Shorewood Little League and Kickers Soccer, River Park has a deep history reaching long before…More Shorewood came into being. In 1872, an entrepreneur named Frederick Lueddemann purchased land to create an up-country resort that encompassed a good deal of the present-day village. It was a sort of German proto-Disneyland of beer gardens, dining halls and open spaces that attracted day-trippers from Milwaukee by the hundreds. Today, the original land holding has long-since been subdivided, but River Park, with municipal parking as well as baseball and soccer fields, is a small remnant of the green dream of Mr. Lueddemann.