Brookfield: Voted Best Suburb For Shopping
It only takes a visit to realize that Brookfield is one of the best places to shop and dine in Wisconsin.
Up and down a 4-mile stretch of Bluemound Road, national brand name stores sit next to local boutiques in 32 plazas bookended by 2 sleek malls.
Be tempted by all Brookfield Square and The Corners have to offer. Browse through first to market retailers like Scout and Molly, Free People, and LL Bean. Enjoy innovative dining in one of 150 restaurants in the Brookfield area like Uncle Julio’s, and Bar Louie.
It only takes a visit and you’ll see why Brookfield was voted “2018 Best Suburb to Shop In” by Shepherd Express.
The Corners solidifies Brookfield as Wisconsin’s finest shopping destination. This 750,000 square foot premier lifestyle center is the area’s cornerstone of fashion, dining, and entertainment. Introducing first-to-market retailers like Von Maur, Free People and Scout & Molly’s, regional favorites like Anthropologie and Francesca’s, and exclusive high-end accessories at Twigs and Kendra Scott. The Corners also welcomes Wisconsin’s only LL Bean and Arhaus locations.
Since it opened in 1967, Brookfield Square Mall has been a success. Now at more than 1 million square feet of shopping and dining opportunities, Brookfield Square is a market-dominant shopping mall rivaling any in Wisconsin. Featuring popular anchors including JC Penny, and Barnes and Noble, and more than 100 famous retailers like Victoria’s Secret, Ann Taylor Loft, American Eagle Market, Express, H&M, and The North Face, Brookfield Square is destination shopping at its finest.
Not too big, not too small: just right. Brookfield is home to world-class hotels with boundless amenities, and some of the best shopping, dining and entertainment Wisconsin has to offer. Conveniently located off Interstate 94 and just minutes away from General Mitchell International Airport, you’ll want to visit Brookfield again and again.
Work Hard, Play Hard, Then Relax
With 14 hotels and over 2,200 rooms to choose from, you’ll be sure to find a perfect match in Brookfield. Enjoy complimentary transportation to and from General Mitchell International Airport, complimentary breakfast options, Wi-Fi, workout facilities, pet friendly properties and more. Brookfield’s hotels feature family-friendly options, extended-stay properties like Extended Stay America, Home2, and the Residence Inn or hotels for just a few nights like Embassy Suites, Sheraton and The Hampton Inn. Whatever your budget or schedule requires, you’ll find your home away from home in Brookfield.
Dining in Brookfield: A Food Lover’s Paradise
Fine, casual or quick, with more than 150 options for dining, Brookfield has it all. Five-star dining, family-friendly or date-night approved, Brookfield’s restaurants serve up a feast of flavors for taste buds of all types. From traditional ethnic favorites like Chili’s, Chipotle and Carrabba’s, to more contemporary choices like Cooper’s Hawk and Bonefish Grill and home-style favorites like Chick-fil-A, Noodles and Panera, your inner foodie can go on a world tour without ever leaving Brookfield. Save a little room for Kopp’s frozen custard though. It’s a local treat not to be missed. You can thank us later.
Pack a Cooler, Bring the Family
Brookfield is home to some of Southeastern Wisconsin’s most beautiful parks and recreation areas. The Greenway Trail system spans the city of Brookfield with a system of off-street trails perfect for a warm-weather stroll. Fox Park offers a quarry lake, volleyball area and sandy beach. Walk or jog the mile-long trail or simply relax and watch the wildlife.You’ll love getting back to nature in Brookfield.
Home Runs, Standing Ovations and Bears in the Zoo
Sports fans will enjoy Brookfield’s easy, in-and-out access to the Brewer’s Miller Park and the Bradley Center, home of the Milwaukee Bucks and the Marquette Golden Eagles. For fine arts enthusiasts, The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts is home to Milwaukee’s own opera, ballet and symphony. For a family-friendly adventure, check out the Milwaukee County Zoo, Milwaukee County Museum or one of the many cultural festivals happening throughout the summer months. Never been to “The Big Gig”? Better add it to your Wisconsin Bucket List.