Peter Mortensen, tadalafil the Chef Concierge of the Pfister Hotel is full of amazing recommendations. See what he has to say about our neighbor to the north, treatment George Watts and Son and their second floor gem, cheap Watts Tea Room.
Yesterday, while walking through the lobby of the hotel, we took a second to stop and take it in.
The Pfister Hotel is filled to the brim with history and stories waiting to be told. It makes you think, “If only those walls could talk.”
After this brief moment of reflection, we thought, “When was the last time you got to sit in the lobby of the Pfister Hotel and really take it in?”
Ardith Richter: For the last 25 years, there are 5 times in a year that I have sat and just watched the spirits of the past. Miss my dear friend, Miss Betty.
Scott Heun: About 3 months ago I enjoyed a shakers martini at Blu with Mike Smith and a great pizza and a Spotted Cow from New Glarus in the lobby bar. The best lobby in the country!
Christine Butt: We love the Pfister lobby bar. We have a tradition of coming and watching the Christmas decorations go up in the hotel. Then we love to come for your Christmas Open house when Santa & Mrs. Claus are there.
Chrissy Jaworski: As a little girl, I used to come with my school music group and perform on the steps of the staircase in the Pfister lobby. Now I’m an event planner and I do business with you frequently!
What is your connection with the Pfister Hotel?
Do you consider yourself the next Ernest Hemmingway, Virginia Woolf or Oscar Wilde? Or are you an aspiring reporter who wants to someday be compared to the likes of Barbara Walters, Walter Cronkite or Katie Couric? Or maybe you just love interacting with people and have a passion for writing? Here’s your opportunity to gain experience and meet new people, while enjoying one of the most beautiful buildings in the city.
The Pfister Hotel is in search of the first ever Pfister Narrator, an individual who will spend time in the hotel’s lobby, interviewing visitors and guests and sharing their stories on the Pfister’s blog. The chosen applicant will have the opportunity to open new doors, gain experience and meet new people, while enjoying one of the most beautiful buildings in the city.
“There are so many interesting people who pass through our doors each day,” says Joe Kurth, general manager of The Pfister Hotel. “We’d love to share their unique stories with the rest of Milwaukee and beyond. The Pfister Narrator will be responsible for helping us achieve that goal, while gaining valuable personal and professional skills along the way.”
The Pfister Narrator will be expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week over the course of a six-month period and will publish a minimum of two blog posts per week. In return, the Narrator will receive his/her choice of a $1,000 monthly stipend, scholarship for continuing education or donation to a charity in his/her honor, complimentary parking and meals within the hotel’s cafeteria.
How to Apply
To be considered, applicants will need to submit an application form, current resume, 2-3 writing samples of recent work, a 200-word proposal, cover letter and two professional references. Deadline for submissions is Oct. 1, 2010.
A review panel will evaluate the applications and ultimately choose the Pfister Narrator.
Don’t miss your chance to become the first ever Pfister Narrator! Download the application form and submit it, along with the additional required materials, to email@example.com by Oct. 1, 2010.
Chef Robert Ash will be doing two cooking segments tomorrow morning, September 4, 2010, on WISN-TV.
He’ll be demonstrating two Labor Day recipes that viewer can easily make at home.
Tune in around 7:45 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. to see Chef Robert Ash work some culinary magic and compose some phenomenal dishes.
On August 21st and 22nd, sales Stephanie Abrams, radio show host of “Traveler411” will be broadcasting her popular radio travel show in the lobby of the Pfister Hotel.
She will be rotating out all kinds of people from the city including our General Manager, sovaldi Joe Kurth, our Artist in Residence, Katie Musolff and John McGivern. Plus many more.
Stephanie has done a few features with the Pfister Hotel in the past including a interview with Reginald Baylor and Joe Kurth. More information about the previous radio shows with the Pfister can be found here.
We look forward to speaking with Stephanie again and stay tuned for the “Travelers411” Radio Show.
Great News everyone! WISN-TV will be doing a live shot inside the Pfister Hotel lobby tomorrow for the East Town Elegance Tour. What a privilege!
If you’d like to see the story, it will be airing on channel 12 – WISN from 7 a.m. until 9 a.m.
We’re looking forward to seeing the story.
Be sure to let us know what you think?
The Pfister Hotel has been a historic destination in Milwaukee since its grand opening in 1893. This vision by Guido Pfister and his son Charles has been viewed as the “Grand Hotel of the West” and a welcoming and luxurious meeting place. At its opening, help the Pfister hotel boasted groundbreaking features such as fireproofing, electricity through the hotel and thermostat controls in every room. Continue reading “Historic Happenings”