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Posted by Cuvťe on March 3, 2011 at 3:10 p.m. (report)
We feel that it is important at this time to respond to the issues raised by 5763deera. Although we strive to exceed the expectations of all of our guests, we clearly did not in this instance. We do take this feedback seriously and have made numerous internal changes since then that we felt were necessary for the benefit of our guests. This has included ownership and management structure. With this, many adjustments have been made to our business partnerships and practices. We feel confident that these changes are positively reflected in the execution of the celebrations that are fortunate enough to be a part of.
I love Cuvee. I think it is the sexiest lounge in Milwaukee and it's my new favorite place :)
Posted by 4petesake on Sept. 26, 2008 at 2:49 p.m. (report)
5763deera sounds like a classic bridezilla. You can't get too many bars to shut down for $200 an hour. Should have rented bowling alley instead.
One of the classiest additions to the Third Ward. Stopped in recently and was stunned to find this hidden gem. We will definitely be back!
Don't expect to have an event here without tons of hassle from the owners. During our wedding they were literally yelling at our guests to only use certain doors, to stay inside the event space and not come out to the bar area for drinks. I'm sorry, but if I owned a business I would be thrilled to have over one hundred people purchasing drinks from my bar (especially since this place isn't doing that well in the first place), and I surely wouldn't be concerned about which end of the building they bought them from. They gave us the impression that our event was a burden to them throughout the entire process, they kept coming up with new fees out of nowhere ($100 extra per half hour they had to close the bar to the public, 5 days before the event) and on the day of my wedding, despite several meetings (2 where both my planner and I attended, and 2 additional with just my planner) I was getting ready to put my dress on and they were still asking me questions about what I wanted included on the bar bill. For the amount of money we paid for the space, knowing what I know now, I would have gone with another venue, which is unfortunate because the space is really beautiful.