Milwaukee's Best Bloody
VIP entrance at 10:30am, General Admission entrance 11:30am.
- Bloody Mary
Are YOU ready to be the judge at 2019's #MKEBestBloody?
Milwaukee bartenders face off on Sunday, February 24, 2019, to showcase their signature Bloody Mary recipes at the Italian Community Center. Guests will enjoy Bloody Marys, beer chasers, appetizers, raffles and vote for the winner.
Tickets go on sale January 7, 2019, at 8:30am!
Stay tuned with our Facebook event page.
How do I get a seat?
We've heard feedback on this very poplular event that seating is important. If you would like to be guranteed a seat, your best option is to purchase a table or a VIP ticket.
Unfortunately due to fire code, no outside seating may be brought in to the Italian Community Center.
What's the difference between General Admission, a table, and VIP?
- VIP tickets include: One hour early entrance at 10:30am, access to VIP lounge with private buffet and beer chasers, and a reserved seat in the VIP lounge.
- 6-Pack Group Tickets with Table include: Admission at 11:30am, and reserved table in either event room.
- General Admission includes: Admission at 11:30am, standing room or first come, first served tables may be available if not sold out.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is available at the Italian Community Center on the South side of the building. The Italian Community Center is located in Milwaukee's popular Third Ward and there are several means of public transportation available within walking distance.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
ALL attendees must bring a proper ID and be 21+ years of age.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You must bring your printed ticket, or show your ticket on your phone.
About Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation
Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation's mission is to educate, support, and advocate for the bleeding disorders community of Wisconsin.
In 1974, a group of family members and dedicated individuals came together to create a support network specifically for people diagnosed with and affected by hemophilia.
Now, Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation (GLHF) is a statewide organization, serving individuals and families with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease and other lesser known bleeding disorders.
GLHF programs are designed to educate and support individuals and families with bleeding disorders by increasing public awareness, ensuring access to needed medical services, providing relevant information and resources, building a supportive community among individuals and families, and promoting choices that lead to optimal health and living life without limitations.
Here to Help
“We were able to meet many other families with children with bleeding disorders through foundation sponsored events. Knowing we were not alone and sharing stories, treatment tips and ideas helped our entire family cope with the problems of hemophilia. The foundation helped train us to become more independent.”
-Ed B., father of a son living with hemophilia