The Bartolotta Restaurants to transition to curbside service amid coronavirus pandemic
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- As the spread and worry of the coronavirus continues, The Bartolotta Restaurants will transition several of their restaurants to curbside service, while temporarily suspending dine-in service in all restaurants open to the public -- effective March 16.
According to a news release from Bartolotta Restaurants, this was not an easy decision but the transition will ensure the health and safety of their employees and guests, while continuing to serve the community.
Bartolotta Restaurants will begin offering curbside service with specialty menus for dinner only beginning Tuesday, March 17 at these locations:
- Harbor House
- 550 N Harbor Drive Milwaukee, WI
- Ristorante Bartolotta dal 1993
- 7616 W State Street Wauwatosa, WI
- Bacchus – A Bartolotta Restaurant
- 925 E Wells St Milwaukee, WI
- Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro
- 3133 E Newberry Blvd Milwaukee, WI
- Joey Gerard's -- A Bartolotta Supper Club
- 5601 Broad Street Greendale, WI
- Mr. B's -- A Bartolotta Steakhouse - Mequon
- 11120 N. Cedarburg Road Mequon, WI
- Mr. B's -- A Bartolotta Steakhouse - Brookfield
- 18380 W. Capitol Drive Brookfield, WI
The news release goes on to say, The Bartolotta Restaurants remain committed to enhanced cleaning and sanitizing at our restaurants and we have reinforced the policy to have employees stay home if they are experiencing cold or flu symptoms.
"At the end of the day, The Bartolotta Restaurants is a family business. We are working with our family of employees to ensure they receive the needed support during this time. This includes providing them with family meals and extended health insurance helping to make the transition to this new and hopefully short period of uncertainty as smooth as possible. That is what family does.
We greatly appreciate your support during these challenging times. Our hope is that they will end soon, and when they do, we look forward to serving the greater Milwaukee community and Wisconsin for years to come."