Just under a month ago the Lowlands Group launched several new outdoor dining experiences
This morning Brian is in Wauwatosa checking out two of the restaurant group’s unique experiences.
WAUWATOSA, Wis. - The pandemic has forced local restaurant groups to come up with new ways to drink and dine outdoors. From cozy canal houses and Northwoods shanties, to dome villages and heated winter lofts the Lowlands Group has them all. Brian is at Cafe Hollander with the details.
The pandemic has forced local restaurant groups to come up with new ways to drink and dine outdoors
From cozy canal houses and Northwoods shanties, to dome villages and heated winter lofts the Lowlands group has them all. Brian is at Cafe Hollander with the details.
About Lowlands Group (website)
Lowlands Group owns and operates eight restaurants in Wisconsin including Buckatabon Tavern & Supper Club, Café Benelux, Centraal Grand Café & Tappery, as well as Café Hollanders located on Downer Avenue, the Village in Wauwatosa, Hilldale in Madison, Mequon and Brookfield. Its European-inspired grand cafés feature from-scratch cooking and an impressive selection of Belgian beers. The company prides itself in its passion for cycling, bringing neighborhoods together and giving back to the community.
You’ve probably heard of charcuterie before, but have you ever heard of snackcuterie?
Brian is at Buckatabon in Wauwatosa where they have themed boxes with bite-sized grazable, dippable and spreadable snacks.
Throughout the pandemic, Lowlands Group has been a leader for local innovation and safety in its restaurants
Brian is in Wauwatosa seeing how they’re keeping customers safe, happy, warm and fed during the winter months.