30 May 2014

“The Painting” By Joe

“The Painting”  By Joe

Mr. Joe Charney, cialis Pfister lobby lounge frequent visitor, has already been written about by the two hotel narrators before me. And much of what he told me was also accurately described in those blog posts. But not everything! Here you will see why Mr. Charney needs a third story, my story. Since quality journalism […]

18 Oct 2011

“Pfister Mary” Reigns Supreme

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On Saturday October 15th the Pfister Hotel participated in the East Town Associations, ed “Heat It Up:Milwaukee’s Bloody Mary and Chili Challenge,” taking place during the Farmers Market inCathedral Square.  With over 20 local restaurants vying for the coveted award, participants took in all the different offerings during the crisp Saturday Morning. In the Chili […]

10 Dec 2010

The Pfister Hotel’s Holiday Glögg [VIDEO]

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As old man winter slowly enters our lives for his winter visit, Valerie has got something to warm you right up and help you beat the winter blues. It is called glögg. A traditional Sweedish Holiday wine based drink served warm. But our Valerie has put her own spin on it, compete with everything sugar, […]

19 Nov 2010

Finding Yourself at the Pfister

Often, look people aren’t used to being a tourist in their own town and in Milwaukee, I come across the phenomenon often. When was the last time you took the Miller Brewing tour? Or had lunch at the Safe House? Or, like the woman I met at the Pfister lobby bar, doctor when was the […]

16 Nov 2010

Bunny Tales

Meet seasoned Pfister staffer Valerie… Ask any seasoned staffer at the Pfister to talk about what they’ve seen, but only if you’re prepared to be awed. Some of the greatest moments include an era where “clubbing” took on a different notion than it does today. Balking at a $5.00 cover charge to see the infamous […]

13 Sep 2010

[VIDEO] The Pfister Bloody Mary

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Stop by the Lobby Lounge and try the signature Pfister Bloody Mary. Valerie has been perfecting the recipe for nearly 35 years.