Friday, May 3, 2013
The special ribbon-cutting event happened a little more than two weeks after Dr. Dawg welcomed its first customer to its new Greenfield restaurant.
A little more than two weeks after serving its first customer at its new Greenfield restaurant, Dr. Dawg celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 3. City of Greenfield Mayor Michael Neitzke, Village of Greendale President John Hermes, the restaurant's ownership team, members of the Greenfield Chamber of Commerce and others participated in the opening and were treated to a free lunch. Dr. Dawg replaced Hooters near the corner of 76th Street and Layton Avenue in mid-April. Get great local stories like this on Facebook. Click to join us!
Sunday, April 21, 2013
If you love food and exploring new places to eat, Patch has the latest restaurant news from throughout the Milwaukee suburbs.
Get caught up on the food scene in the Milwaukee suburbs with Patch's new feature. Here's the latest foodie news. LongHorn Steakhouse is expected to open its third Wisconsin location this month at the old Leath Furniture location near Southridge Mall in Greendale. The restaurant will be next to the future Panda Express and will seat more than 200 people. LongHorn Steakhouse is a 30-year-old chain of restaurants that serve steaks, chicken and fish in an "atmosphere reminiscent of a Western rancher's home." More from Greendale Patch. Whitefish Bay's business district will get a little sweeter come Aug. 1, when Florida-based Grace & Shelly's Cupcakes will open in the former Think Toys storefront at 308 E. Silver Spring Drive. In addition to …
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The restaurant has been under construction for nearly six months but is finally set to open in the former Hooters building in Greenfield.
On April 8, just after midnight, a witness called police to report a vehicle had sat through an entire cycle of lights without moving at 76th Street and West Layton Avenue. When confronted, the driver told a Greenfield police officer he was deep in thought wondering if Dr. Dawg was open, and missed the green light for traffic in his direction. Wonder no more, young man. Nearly six months after announcing his Chicago-style Italian beef and hot dog restaurant would replace Hooters, 7700 W. Layton Ave., the owner of Dr. Dawg is finally ready to put his paw print on the 76th Street shopping corridor. David Ross told Patch his second Milwaukee-area restaurant will be open for lunch at 11 a.m. Wednesday. The news was announced on Facebook …
Sunday, February 3, 2013
These are the topics that interested Greendale Patch readers last week: Superintendent John Tharp's assessment of his first 100 days, two suspects arrested in a strong-armed robbery, and more.
Big news in the Greendale School District this week, between continued interest in Bill Attewell's departure from the district, progress on the efforts to address school climate concerns and the new superintendent's address after his first 100 days. Greendale police arrested two in a strong-armed robbery, among other incidents reported this week. Donna Ouellette won the Spirit of Greendale award. People were also interested in learning about the upcoming opening of Greenfield hot dog shop Dr. Dawg.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Owner David Ross hoped to be open by Feb. 1; now he's aiming for the beginning of March.
The wait will be a little bit longer than hoped for those anxious to sink their teeth into a tasty Italian beef sandwich or Chicago-style hot dog while not having to leave the 76th Street shopping corridor. Dr. Dawg owner David Ross told Greenfield Patch he’s aiming to open his specialty restaurant at the beginning of March. Ross initially hoped his second Dr. Dawg location would open in the building formerly occupied by Hooters, 7700 W. Layton Ave., by Feb. 1. “It’s typical, behind schedule and over budget,” Ross said Wednesday. “But we’re very pleased that we’re in full swing. All the inspections have been done. All the drywall has been hung. We’ve got on a good roll, but it’s going to take the entire month of February to get everything …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
The new hot dog restaurant will open in the former Hooters restaurant in early 2013, owner David Ross said.
Most dogs like being outside. Even Dr. Dawg. Davis Ross, owner of the Chicago-style hot dog and Italian beef restaurant set to open soon in the former Hooters building, 7700 W. Layton Ave., received approval to build a fenced-in, uncovered patio on the south side of the building. Ross, who told Greenfield Patch he hopes to open the new restaurant by Feb. 1, got the OK from the City of Greenfield’s Common Council on Tuesday to build the patio between the sidewalk on 76th Street and the front of the building. He did, however, have to scale back the original scope of the patio, which was initially 1,440-square-feet and could have held nine four-person tables as well as a few benches. The new patio is expected to accommodate as many as six …
Saturday, October 20, 2012
David Ross, owner of Dr. Dawg, changed the color scheme on the exterior of the former Hooters restaurant.
The owner of Dr. Dawg wasted no time removing the last remaining distinguishable marker from the former Hooters restaurant site. Just days after receiving Common Council approval to make some changes to the Hooters, 7700 W. Layton Ave., David Ross paved the restaurant's parking lot and painted over the recognizable "Hooters orange" exterior with red this week. The Chicago-style hot dog and Italian beef restaurant could open around the end of the year, five months after Hooters closed.