Point Burger Bar is slated to open on Thursday, Dec. 1 at W229 N1400 Westwood Dr. in Pewaukee.
The Pewaukee restaurant, owned by restaurateur Brian Ward, is located adjacent to the Veloce Indoor Speedway. It will be the second location for the Las Vegas-style burger bar, which debuted on the Northwest Side in fall of 2015 at 10950 W. Good Hope Rd.
The restaurant, which features products from Stevens Point Brewery, will span approximately 15,000 square feet and offer access to the go-kart facility next door. Viewing windows will also be available in the dining area, offering up a birds eye view of the action.
The menu will feature appetizers including fried cheese curds, chili cheese fries, mozzarella sticks and shrimp cocktail, along with a menu of burgers (including build-your-own), salads and entrees including a chicken pot pie, salmon and a Friday fish fry. There will also be ice cream floats, shakes and signature alcoholic milkshakes in flavors like frosted gingerbread, dreamsicle and campfire s’mores.
Beginning Dec. 1, Point Burger Bar Pewaukee will be open daily from 10:30 a.m. to midnight.
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