Lowlands Group Will Re-Open 7 Local Restaurants for To-Go Service Friday

The seven Milwaukee-area locations will be offering delivery, curbside and carryout.

This Friday, the Lowlands Group will re-open their seven Milwaukee-area restaurants for carryout, curbside, and delivery this Friday, May 15, after closing in March due to the coronavirus crisis.

This includes the newly-opened Café Benelux in the Third Ward, all Café Hollander locations, including the one in Madison and Bay View’s Centraal Grand Café & Tappery, as well as Buckatabon Tavern and Supper Club in Wauwatosa, which has been open for the past four weeks.

“With the safer-at-home order possibly being lifted in a couple weeks and outdoor seating coming back in full force, we wanted to make sure our teams were up and running and ready to go for patio season,” said Eric Wagner, the Lowlands Group CEO.

All restaurants will be open Wednesdays to Sundays for dinner and Sundays for brunch.

The to-go options include new menu items developed for delivery and carryout, including bitterballen, fish bites, and mac and cheese croquettes. They have also introduced to-go chicken buckets with different varieties at their various locations. And Lowlands alcoholic beverage menu is available for carryout, including Bloody Marys and Old Fashioneds. Current menus and the latest updates to hours and ordering are available at lowlandsgroup.com.

“We certainly don’t have a crystal ball, and the road is going to be rocky for sure,” said Wagner. “But we want to get through this and enjoy a great summer.”



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