Good news! The Milwaukee Public Market is back open (with special conditions due to COVID-19, of course).
The new 'Market-To-Go' curbside pickup, online ordering and delivery services begin Monday. Most of your favorite Public Market vendors will begin selling prepared foods and grocery items, as well as retail items.
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St. Paul Fish Company is going all out for the Market-To-Go announcement by decorating their outside bar area with a giant inflatable grab and a sign that says, "Crabside Pickup." Get it... crab-side.
“What has been remarkably endearing throughout the last five weeks is the outpouring of calls and emails to our office asking if we were open or how people could support us during the closure,” said market executive director, Paul Schwartz. ”It has given us great hope and an overwhelming sense of appreciation for those who have supported our locally owned merchants for the last 15 years. They are more than patrons. They are family.”
Customers will still not be allowed inside of the market, and all employees will be required to wear face coverings to comply with COVID-19 guidelines.
For a full list of vendors, or to start your online order, visit the Milwaukee Public Market's website or call 414-336-1111.