For those of you who have worked with us, you are familiar with our awesome digital marketing services. That said, you might not know all of our team members. Everyone at Brew City Marketing adds something special. So, we thought it would be a good idea for you all to meet our team! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be posting mini-interviews with each of our team members. Today’s interview is with our SEO specialist, Andrew.
What’s your role at Brew City Marketing? How long have you been working here?
What does an average work day look like for you?
What’s your favorite part about your job as an SEO Specialist?
What advice would you give new clients, or anyone looking to work with the Brew City team?
Top five Milwaukee spots. And go!
- The Oriental Theater: I’m a huge film buff. When I first visited Milwaukee back in 2018, one of the first places I visited was The Oriental Theater. Not too many theaters in the state project film these days, but The Oriental still has film capabilities (they even project 70mm!). The inside is gorgeous and the concessions are pretty cheap (they also happen to have my favorite beer, Bell’s Two-Hearted Ale). There are a lot of movie theaters to choose from, but The Oriental is my favorite by far.
- The Original: The Original is a newish restaurant that specializes in New-American Contemporary cuisine. Their food is always on point and the atmosphere is amazing. The owners, Craig and Eric, are as personable as they are knowledgeable. In addition to making some of the best dishes I’ve had in the state, they’re also, hands down, the best cocktail bar I’ve been to (sorry, Bryant’s). If you want a cocktail that will blow your mind, I recommend getting a Floradora!
- Miller Park: I’m not the biggest baseball fan (in terms of watching it on television), but I love going to baseball stadiums to watch live games. I grew up in California, and, as a kid, I used to go to Angels’ Stadium all the time. Moving out here reignited my love for going to baseball games. There’s something about that unique mix of sounds and smells that just makes me feel intensely nostalgic.
- Burnheart’s: I know this is technically Bay View, but that counts, right? There isn’t much to say about Burnheart’s. It’s simply the best beer bar in the city (I haven’t lived in Wisconsin for too long, but, as of right now, it’s my favorite beer bar in the state). They have an awesome rotating tap list, the music is great and not too loud, and the bartenders are attentive and knowledgeable.
- Uncle Wolfie’s Breakfast Tavern: Everything about this place is awesome. Their food is top-notch and super reasonably priced. The cocktails are wonderful. Their service is fast and friendly. The baristas pull great espresso shots. The space itself is beautiful with a gorgeous view of the Milwaukee skyline. What more do you want out of a brunch joint?