Friday, November 2, 2012
The newest addition to the Greendale Village Center will be adding weekend breakfast and lunch starting November 10.
Joey Gerard's, the newest addition to the Greendale Village Center, has kicked it up a notch and is adding weekend lunch and breakfast hours. Bartolotta’s Joey Gerard's, located at 5601 Broad St., had the village buzzing with excitement all summer long till its grand opening in late August. The Greendale location will be offering weekend breakfast and lunch from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning Saturday, November 10. The menu will be posted online later on. The supper club themed restaurant a dinner menu features classic appetizers, steaks and other supper club fare.
Thursday, August 30, 2012
The Bartolotta Supper Club held a number of preview parties this past week in preparation for Friday's grand opening.
Greendale has been buzzing with excitement since the news came out earlier this summer that Bartolotta Restaurants was coming to the Village Center. The day is finally here. After a week of preview parties and charity events Bartolotta’s Joey Gerard's, located at 5601 Broad St., opens its doors Friday. I had the opportunity to attend one of the practice dinners on Wednesday. I can only count on one hand the number of times that a restaurant has made me feel like a true VIP and Joey Gerard's comes out on top. The service was as impeccable as the food. Before walking in I was greeted by a doorperson and seated right away. The Bartolotta Supper Club definitely gave me the intended feel of a 1940s and 1950s steakhouse with its leather seating…
Friday, August 24, 2012
The long-awaiting grand opening for Bartolotta's Joey Gerards is finally here. The restaurant replaces Harmony Inn the Village, which closed in May.
The Village Center’s newest restaurant addition, Joey Gerard’s, is opening next week, with a menu featuring classic appetizers, steaks and other supper club fare. Joey Gerard's, 5601 Broad St., will officially open to the public Friday, Aug. 31. The restaurant will have the nostalgia of a 1940s and 1950s steakhouse, said Restaurant Director Chris Adams at a Greendale Historical Society presentation last month. It replaces Harmony Inn, which closed in May. “Joey Gerard’s is nostalgic for me in many ways from the memories of my family visiting Wisconsin supper club establishments to naming the restaurant what my mother called me as a child,” said Joe Bartolotta, President & Owner of The Bartolotta Restaurants in a press release. “While you …