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Let’s face it, moving is exhausting. And if you are exhausted, then chances are that your dog is equally as tired from having to be relocated to a new home by your Milwaukee moving company.

While we know that your dog would never be anything but a perfect little angel, not all restaurants feel the same. However, now that you have used your Milwaukee movers, that will not be a problem; there are plenty of Milwaukee dog-friendly restaurants who can’t wait to meet your furry friend.

Simply check out this guide to the best Milwaukee dog-friendly restaurants from All My Sons Moving & Storage, and leave the rest of the unpacking to your Milwaukee moving company.

The Backyard. Known as a doggie wonderland, The Backyard has a big fenced-in grassy yard and plenty of other four-legged friends to hang out with. No, this is not a dog park, but it definitely could be confused for one.

The Roman Coin. Some dogs are even allowed to sit on barstools at The Roman Coin, solidifying this restaurant as one of the best Milwaukee dog-friendly restaurants. Trust us, your dog will secretly be wishing that you has used your Milwaukee moving company ages ago!

The Yard. Located in a pet-friendly hotel, you can expect to find treats and bowls readily available for your furry friend. What truly makes The Yard one of the best Milwaukee dog-friendly restaurants is the fact that your dog can get VIP treatment if you stay in the hotel, complete with comfortable dog beds and a room service menu intended specifically for your pup.

It’s time to take advantage of one of the few times that you can justify eating as many delicious donuts as you want. After all, you have just spent hours helping your Milwaukee movers pack, load, drive, unload, unpack, and rearrange all of your belongings in your new home – you’ve earned it!

Luckily, Milwaukee knows how to treat themselves, and consequently has no shortage of donut shops. Live a little and treat yo self and your Milwaukee moving company by taking a trip to one of these donut shops in Milwaukee.

Holey Moley. Have you ever had a passion fruit or violet flavored donut? We didn’t think so. Luckily, now that you have recently used your Milwaukee movers to relocate you to a new home, you can eat these delicious donuts as much as your heart desires!

The Drive-Thru. Perhaps the best option for those who are exhausted from unpacking with your Milwaukee moving company, you will quickly see why this donut drive-thru is one of the best donut shops in Milwaukee. Mini-donuts are all that are offered, and you get to choose whether you want them shaken in powdered sugar, cinnamon sugar, or both if you are feeling crazy.

Grebe’s Bakery. One of the oldest donut shops in Milwaukee, Grebe’s Bakery has been serving donuts to locals and your Milwaukee movers since 1937. Make sure to get there early, the line on Sunday morning’s usually goes around the corner.

There is no better time to be using your Milwaukee moving company; after all, who does not want to arrive amidst streamers of green, people cheering in the streets, and the city putting their best foot forward?

The best part about that is since you are using your Milwaukee movers to relocate to a new home, that kind of entrance is something you can get used to – well, once a year that is! The 50th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place on March 12th at noon, and trust us, you will not want to miss it.

For those who are still unsure of whether or not it will be worth it to take a break from unpacking with your Milwaukee moving company, then simply check out this list from All My Sons Moving & Storage of why you need to watch the Milwaukee St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

It’s the 50th anniversary. What makes this year’s Milwaukee St. Patrick’s Day Parade so much better than all other years? The fact that this year marks the 50th anniversary of the parade! The original parade was held in 1843, which makes the Milwaukee St. Patrick’s Day Parade the seventh oldest in the nation.

There’s Irish dancers. One of the perks of using your Milwaukee movers to relocate to a new home is because they can now explore their inner Irish dancer! Take them to the Milwaukee St. Patrick’s Day Parade in order to inspire their inner dancer, and let them decide if they want to take a class in one of Milwaukee’s six schools of Irish dance.

For those who are using Milwaukee movers sometime in the near future, then consider yourself lucky.

Why is this, you ask? Because the cold winter months have finally started to clear, and all of the Milwaukee locals are finally starting to come out of their cold winter caves and rejoin society. This means that not only will you have plenty to do in the upcoming spring months, but you will also have plenty of people to do it with.

Simply check out this list from All My Sons Moving & Storage in order to make sure that you do not miss out on any of these upcoming Milwaukee spring events.

Drink with elephants at Wines and Beers of the World. Head on over to the Milwaukee Zoo on March 3rd in order to enjoy a glass of wine (or two) with your favorite furry animals. Wine, beer, and food stations will be set up throughout the zoo; this way, you and your family can leave the unpacking to your Milwaukee movers while you hang out with the elephants.

Participate in the Great Milwaukee Pi Run. Okay fine, even though Pi Day is not until March 14th, on March 12th you will have the chance to eat pie like it is! But first, plan on running in the 5k; that way, you can justify eating all of the pie that your heart desires.

Shop at Rummage-a-Rama. Did you forget to pack something when your Milwaukee movers came to bring all of your belongings to your new home? Then fear not because you will be able to find anything that you need at Rummage-a-Rama – literally. From nightstands, discount video games, to inflatable furniture, Rummage-a-Rama will provide if anything an entertaining time and a fantastic introduction to the Milwaukee community.

Think you know everything there is to know about Milwaukee? Think again.

Your Milwaukee movers have been relocating families for over 25 years, and as a result we know a thing or two about the city. Fall even more in love with your new home with these Milwaukee secrets you didn’t see coming.

There’s a lake under Downtown. That’s right – there is literally a lake underneath downtown Milwaukee. Lake Emily, located below the Northwestern Mutual building, is easily Wisconsin’s least known body of water.

There’s hidden treasure buried here. A puzzle book written in 1982, called The Secret, is chock-full of clues leading to hidden treasure. Author Byron Preiss buried casks in 12 cities, and to date only two have been found – meaning that treasure buried in Milwaukee is still waiting to be discovered.

There’s a secret shipwreck. Your Milwaukee moving company can verify that there is indeed a nineteenth century ship sitting right off the coast of Bay View. In 1891 the ship, named Lightship 57, began to fall apart. As result, it was brought to Milwaukee and used as a clubhouse, until a storm caused it to sink in 1924. This secret shipwreck can still be seen today in just six feet of water.

There’s the oldest U.S. bowling alley. Take a break from unpacking and leave the rest to your Milwaukee movers in order to rent a couple lanes at the Holler House. Opened in 1908, this bowling alley is amazingly still using the original wood surface and pinsetters.

Throughout recent years, more and more people have been using Milwaukee movers in order to set themselves up with plenty of opportunities career-wise.

Fortune 500 companies, developers, and entrepreneurs have solidified Milwaukee’s new role as a progressive urban center. With more and more development announcements, All My Sons Milwaukee has had no shortage of moving boxes to unpack. Stay up to date on emerging projects with this list of the top three game changing projects in downtown Milwaukee.

1. Northwestern Mutual Tower. Labeled an “economic catalyst for the community,” Northwestern Mutual announced that they would not only be keeping their headquarters downtown, but that they would be adding a new high-rise office tower to it. This will not only save 1,100 jobs downtown, but it will also create 1,900 new ones – along with keep Milwaukee movers very busy.

2. Lakefront Gateway Project. This $34 million city, county, and state plan will extend Lincoln Memorial Drive and relocate 1-794 ramps. By doing this, unused land will become available for future development and the improvement of public spaces.

3. The North End. The Mandel Group is responsible for the development of a new Milwaukee neighborhood, known as the North End. To date, they have brought 231 market apartments and thousands of square feet of commercial space to downtown. In order to ensure that Milwaukee movers continue to have plenty of families to move to the North End, the group announced a $50 million project that will create 650 new apartments and a North End farmers market.

For those who have just used Milwaukee movers to get settled into their new home, then you will be thrilled to know that you did it just in the nick of time!

Milwaukee’s 2016 Winter Fest is right around the corner, and since you have your trusted Milwaukee moving company to handle the bulk of your move for you, that leaves plenty of time for you and your family to head on over to Winter Fest on February 20 and 21. One of the best introductions to the city possible, there are so many activities going on that it is easy to get overwhelmed when deciding what to do first.

Get an insider’s scoop to 2016 Winter Festival with this list from All My Sons Milwaukee of the best activities to check out first.

- Ice Carving Contest. 300 pound blocks of ice will be transformed into one-of-a-kind pieces of art.

- Individual Chili Contest. Celebrity judges will be selecting first, second, and third place winners. The best part? You can try the chili afterwards!

- Winter Festival’s Grand Parade. Complete with themed bed racing teams, fire trucks, costumed characters, and other fun participants, this is the best way to show your kids exactly how much fun is had in Milwaukee!

- Cold Brew and Tunes. An activity for the adults, get a babysitter for your kids and leave the unpacking to your Milwaukee movers; Cold Brew and Tunes is the best way to take a much-deserved break with an evening of craft beers, appetizers from local restaurants, and lie music.

The best part of using Milwaukee movers to relocate to a new home is that you and your whole family get to do activities that you could not do at your old home. One in particular is the Woolly Bear Fest in Milwaukee.

Truly a one of a kind experience, the Woolly Bear Fest not only has face painting, a log fire, and plenty of delicious snacks, but the Door County Sled Dogs will also be making an appearance. Consisting of seven Siberian Huskies, five Alaskan Huskies, and one collie/husky mix, the Door County Sled Dogs are a favorite among locals, new residents, and even your Milwaukee movers.

Taking place on February 20, head down to the river with your whole family from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; after all, why would you not leave the rest of your unpacking to your Milwaukee moving company? If you were wondering how the Woolly Bear Fest could possibly get any better, then prepare to be surprised – the event is also completely free for all ages!

Once there, you and your family can create decorations for your new home, simply join the rest of locals and paint your very own butterfly house. If you would rather leave the art to the professionals, then make sure to check out photographer Brian Wolf’s work; he will be displaying his nature photography at the event, as well as taking photographs of the Door County Sled Dogs.

Eating dinner in the middle of moving boxes is no way to spend Valentine’s Day!

Even though you have to use your Milwaukee movers during the second weekend in February, treat your loved one to an actual sit down dinner this year. Not only will you get bonus points for making the effort to make such delicious reservations, but you will also keep them wondering how you even knew where to go in Milwaukee on Valentine’s Day in the first place. Don’t worry, your Milwaukee moving company won’t give away your secret!

c.1880. This restaurant is known around town for having some of the most delicious food options in all of Milwaukee on their menu. After spending time packing up moving boxes and relocating with your Milwaukee movers, c.1880 is the perfect place to bring your loved one for an introduction to Milwaukee!

The Southern Bourbon. Do you love steak? Well, The Southern Bourbon is the place you want to go this Valentine’s Day. Between having to figure out which moving boxes go where to having to tell your Milwaukee movers which boxes to unpack first, you have definitely earned a 14 oz. Ribeye at this The Southern Bourbon!

Chefusion Eclectic Cuisine & Lounge. One of the newer restaurants in town, Chefusion Eclectic Cuisine & Lounge is offering a six course meal with live music in the lounge. You will love this place so much that we are will to bet you will be coming back long after your Milwaukee moving company finishes unpacking the last box for you.

Did you know that Milwaukee is known for an Elvis made entirely of jelly beans? Or that your Milwaukee movers can tell you all about the famous Racing Sausages? Well, it just so happens that Milwaukee is known for their strange and unusual events and tours.

Chances are if you are moving with kids, they will be needing a break from all the hustle and bustle of packing and unpacking. Take them on a tour of their new hometown and let your Milwaukee movers do the rest – after all, that’s what you hired them for right?

Head on over to one of these Milwaukee events and tours and your kids will be begging to go back time and time again.

Jelly Belly Tour. Hop aboard the Jelly Belly Express Train for a warehouse facility tour in order to learn more about how candy is made. There are plenty of tasting opportunities along the way -just make sure to save some for your Milwaukee moving company!

The Famous Racing Sausages. If you really want to enjoy Milwaukee like a local would, then head on over to Miller Park in order to catch a Milwaukee Brewers game. Look for the sausage mascots, Brett Wurst, Stosh, Guido, Frankie Furter, and Cinco as they take to the field for their race they take every game.

43-Foot Eiffel Tower at Bastille Days. Did you know that Milwaukee hosts the largest outdoor French-themed festival in the US? Well, now that you have used Milwaukee movers to relocate to your new home, you can actually go and be a part of it!