Bone Appetit, presented by Milwaukee Food Tours

Written by admin   // September 5, 2012   // Comments Off

Celebrating National Dog Week with a Dog-Friendly Food Tour

Milwaukee Food Tours is delighted to host BONE APPETIT, a dog friendly food tour in which tour guests and their owners visit an indoor dog park, a doggie social club for a treat tasting and agility lesson, lunch on a dog-friendly restaurant patio, and a doggie spa for some coffee, dessert and relaxation. Dog treats and toys, lunch, guided-fun and round trip transportation are included in the $60 per person/dog price; guest-only and child pricing is available as well. “We were inspired to create the tour by past tour attendees who have requested a dog-friendly tour through the years, and we thought that National Dog Week would be the perfect time to host Bone Appetit,” says Theresa Nemetz, founder of Milwaukee Food Tours. The special tour will be hosted on Saturday, September 29, 2012 beginning at 10:00 a.m. As with all Milwaukee Food Tours excursions, the guided outing includes commentary about the history of the community.

This tour is for social, vaccinated dogs that enjoy riding in a vehicle. Dogs must show verification that their dogs have received their DHLPP and Rabies shots. Nemetz added, “In anticipation that the dogs don’t know each other, we are meeting at a dog park and will be working with professionals to introduce them. Bathroom breaks will be featured throughout the tour, and each dog will receive a doggie bag filled with treats and toys to entertain them along the way.”

Please visit the “Special Events” page at or call 1-800-979-3370 for tour details, to purchase a gift card, schedule a private tour, or reserve your spot on this delicious, tail wagging excursion.

About Milwaukee Food Tours:

Celebrating their 5th anniversary in 2012, Milwaukee Food Tours provides tours by foot and bus to promote Milwaukee’s rich immigrant history and feature locally made foods and drinks. Ideal for locals and tourist, birthday and anniversary celebrations, corporate team-building, and educational field trips, Milwaukee Food Tours offers 1-mile walking neighborhood tours along Brady Street, in the Historic Third Ward, along the RiverWalk/Old World Third Street, in the Village of Wauwatosa and the Historic City of Cedarburg. Participants learn about Milwaukee’s rich history and architecture as well as enjoy delicious tastings from bakeries, meat shops, pizzerias, eateries, cheese and sausage makers and breweries along the way. Popular bus tours include Milwaukee’s Pizza Tour, Churches & Chocolates, and Christmas Around the World Bakery Bus.

About Theresa Nemetz:

Inspired by her great-grandparents who immigrated to Milwaukee, WI from Santa Flavia, Sicily, owner/operator Theresa Nemetz combined her passion for food, tourism and Milwaukee to create Milwaukee Food Tours in 2008 and has hosted thousands of locals and tourists alike on tours. Ms. Nemetz is a Certified Tourism Ambassador (CTA) as well as the recipient of the 2010 Governor’s Rising Star in Tourism Award.


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