MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee's Lakefront Brewery is scheduled to reopen for reservation-based table service on Friday.
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Anyone who wishes to eat at Lakefront Brewery must have a reservation or see the host stand on the patio beginning Friday. Additionally, face masks will be required for anyone in the Brewery or on the patio.
The Brewery will be open for a reservation-only fish fry on Fridays from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. They will also continue their reservation-preferred service on their patio Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Regular in-house service continues 7-days a week, again, with reservations preferred.
The reservation-based service comes along with a promise from Lakefront Brewery. This promise states that any employee who feels sick or has been sick will not work, and all employees have been trained on maintaining a safe environment for guests.
Now, Lakefront Brewery is asking that you make a promise as well. They ask that if you feel sick or have been sick, you stay home. They also ask that you social distance, wear a mask, and limit your visit to an hour.
For more information on the new reservation-based dining, or to make a reservation, click here.