Monday, May 6, 2013
Broad Street has been an anchor for Greendale and now it's seeing an economic rebirth over the last few years, according to a story in the Journal Sentinel.
A chapter in Greendale's economic rebirth would be incomplete if you didn't include Broad Street and more specifically the Greendale Village Center, according to a story in the Journal Sentinel. The story highlights the work of Roy Reiman, who sold the Greendale-based company in 1998. But then turned his attention to real estate and started building up the Village Center, which he had purchased in 1996. Reiman's Grandhaven LLC has been able to bring a number of businesses including Ferch's Malt Shoppe & Grille, They Grow Like Weeds and the Panther Pub. Read more about Greendale's Broad St. is broadening its appeal in the Journal Sentinel.
Monday, April 29, 2013
The Greendale-sports themed family-friendly restaurant should open on Broad Street this summer.
After weeks of demolition inside the former Associated Bank building, 5651 Broad St., in Downtown Greendale, construction of the Panther Pub & Eatery has begun. Owner Mike Drilling told Greendale Patch on Monday, building the restaurant would take several weeks. Though he has a target in mind, he said no official opening date had been set. Panther Pub was approved by the Village last fall and will be the second major restaurant addition to downtown in as many years, following Joey Gerard's 2012 opening.
Friday, April 26, 2013
If you are looking for a nice steak dinner, but don't know where to go or are looking for a new place to try... we've got your list. Here are the top-rated steak restaurants in Hales Corners, Greenfield and Greendale.
Websites like Yelp! have empowered the everyday eater to become their local neighborhood's food critic, praising and damning behind the anonymity of a computer screen. Ever wondered if a restaurant is good or bad? Yelp! can be a good indicator of whether that restaurant is worth your time or money. Based on Yelp!'s highest-rated star ranking, here are the top restaurants for steaks in Hales Corners, Greenfield and Greendale with three, four or five stars. Steakout, 6300 Industrial Loop, Greendale Joey Gerard's, 5601 Broad St, Greendale Diamond Jim's Stoneridge Inn, 11811 W Janesville Rd., Hales Corners Carrabba's Italian Grill, 4765 S. 76th Street, Greenfield Outback Steakhouse,7401 West Barnard Ave., Greenfield
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Greendale businesses often post coupons and deals on Facebook. Here's what we found this week.
Local businesses in Greendale have specials all of the time and most of them wind up as posts on Facebook. So what happens if you don't spend a lot of time on Facebook? We've got you covered. Here are five deals from five area businesses. Enjoy! If you have a business in Greendale, like the Greendale Patch Facebook page to get into our news feed. That's where we pick up on them. They Grow Like Weeds We have a special......spend $10.00 or more and receive 20% off your total purchase and this is not an APRIL FOOL'S JOKE!!!! This special will run for the entire month!! Joey Gerard's Greendale Sous Chef James Dixon is hard at work this morning preparing our Wednesday Night Special. Beef Stroganoff with Button Mushrooms, Egg Noodles, and a …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Check out the top 10 rated restaurants in the Greendale area based on the Yelp! reviews.
Websites like Yelp! have empowered the everyday eater to become their neighborhood's food critic, praising and panning behind the anonymity of a computer screen. Ever wondered if a restaurant is good or bad? Yelp! can be a good indicator of whether that restaurant is worth your time or money. Based on Yelp!'s highest-rated star ranking, here are the top 10 restaurants in the Greendale area. Do you agree or disagree with the Yelp! top 10 list?
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Ron Faiola’s beautiful new book Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old-Fashioned Experience is set to be released April 9.
For those looking for a new family vacation destination this summer, one that will allow you take in the rich history all corners of the state of Wisconsin has to offer, award-winning filmmaker Ron Faiola of Greendale has the prefect traveler’s guide waiting for you. Faiola’s beautiful new book Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old-Fashioned Experience is set to be released April 9. In the 225-page, one-of-a-kind history book of sorts, you’ll find profiles on 50 supper clubs divided into five geographic regions, as well as countless photographs of food, restaurants, chefs and more. Among the 50 restaurants is Diamond Jim’s Stoneridge Inn on Janesville Road in Hales Corners, the closest destination included in the 50-year-old Faiola’s 5,000-mile …
Friday, July 27, 2012
Restaurant director says the supper club will have a distinct Wisconsin feel, and be a throwback to the 1940s and 1950s.
Patrons of the new Bartolotta's classic supper club in the Village Center will feel like they have stepped back in time. Joey Gerard's—expected to open in late August—will have a 1940s and 1950s vibe, from the uniforms to the menu. The restaurant replaces Harmony Inn, which closed in May. The restaurant will have the nostalgia of a 1940s and 1950s steakhouse, said Restaurant Director Chris Adams at a Greendale Historical Society presentation on Thursday night. Before the official opening in August, the restaurant will hold practice parties offering free dinner to raffle winners and a selected few others. The last night will include a VIP party in which the restaurant will charge for a food and drink ticket. Part of the proceeds will be …