Milwaukee bakers making treats to support fair elections for Bake The Vote
On this week’s edition, we talk about Bake The Vote 2020, a bake sale to support fair elections. Plus, we share some good news about three restaurants - Goodkind, Uncle Wolfie's and Amilinda. Finally, we talked about a Chicago restaurant opening a spot on Water Street.
Bake The Vote 2020
The Bake The Vote 2020 Bake Sale is a global movement where bakers of all types are showing their support for a fair election. The Milwaukee Bake The Vote event is made possible by a group of local, professional pastry creators showing their love through baked goods. 100% of sales will be donated directly to Wisconsin Voices, a nonprofit nonpartisan organization, envisioning a Wisconsin where every person has the means, motivation, and freedom to fully participate in a just democracy that provides opportunities for all people to thrive.
You can place an order using this form.
Pick up will be Sunday, 9/27 at The Real Good Life in Wauwatosa. Please wear a mask and follow social distancing guidelines.
Goodkind returns for regular service
Goodkind announced this week they have started to take walk-up orders for outdoor dining on their patio. Walk-up/patio will be available Monday-Tuesday 4:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Saturday - Sunday Brunch 10:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. and will be first-come, first-serve.
New seafood boil restaurant coming to Water Street
A new seafood boil restaurant is coming to the former space of Bar Louie off of Water Street called Lowcountry Milwaukee. The restaurant is based in Chicago and has two locations there. The concept is very similar to King Crab Shack, where you pick your seafood, your sides, and your sauce.