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Our Wisconsin culinary tour visits our friends in Brown and Buffalo Counties.

Brown County

Brown County in Wisconsin by David Benbennick
Map of Wisconsin highlighting Brown County by David Benbennick

Brown County is home to about 248,000 folks and occupies 529 square miles. The county seat is Green Bay. Brown County hosts the cities of Green Bay and De Pere and the surrounding suburbs but it known as “Title Town”  — the home of our championship football team the Green Bay Packers. This metro-based community has much to offer the visitor including over 400 dining opportunities, microbreweries, a distillery, recreation and cultural activities with abundant lodging.

Brown County is home to a number of WisconsinMade artisan partners.  They include:

Edible Antics Brown County recommendations include:

Buffalo County

Buffalo County in Wisconsin by David Benbennick
Map of Wisconsin highlighting Buffalo County by David Benbennick

Buffalo County is on the far western edge of Wisconsin and offers scenic and pastoral vistas. It is home to about 13,000 Wisconsinites and is 684 square miles in size. The county seat is the city of Alma. One side of the county is along the scenic Mississippi River and includes the cities of Fountain City and Mondovi. While Buffalo County is a more sparsely populated county this rural area supports good dining, interesting lodging and a section of the Great River Road along the Mississippi River.

Edible Antics Buffalo County recommendations include:

Enjoy the hospitality and fine edibles from these spots and know that it is all made with pride and passion in Wisconsin.

Check back next week for recommendations in Burnett and Calumet counties.

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