The Milwaukee Lunch Club – which launches next month – gives Downtown professionals the chance to try food from restaurants primarily in the suburbs while networking with dozens of other people.
Hosted by Gravity Marketing, the Milwaukee Lunch Club will take place the second Tuesday of every month, starting Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Rail Hall, 131 W. Seeboth St. Antigua Latin Restaurant, 5823 W. Burnham St., will cater the first lunch.
The lunches run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the cost is $25 at the door or $20 in advance.
So why do the lunches come from the 'burbs?
"The reason is to provide a taste of something different to the Downtown lunch crowd and help restaurants outside of Downtown raise some awareness," says Mike Kuharske, president of Gravity Marketing. "There are so many amazing lunch choices in Downtown, but it’s nice to mix it up a little."
One-year and six-month Milwaukee Lunch Club memberships are also available.
"If someone joins the club by paying upfront then the cost of the individual lunches drops as low as $15 each," says Kuharske. "Plus, each restaurant also provides $10 off a future visit."
Gravity is an outsourced marketing company for small and medium sized businesses. It also offers a free coffee shop for local professionals and owns /rents the afore mentioned Rail Hall, a renovated warehouse space in Walker’s Point, for business events, weddings, parties and more.
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