A domestically owned cafe serving pizza and Italian food is planned for Germantown.
Brama’s Italian Pizzeria is scheduled to open in July, reported Carrie Wegner, just one of the proprietors.
The restaurant will be at N112 W16700 Mequon Street in a strip shopping mall up coming to Casa Grande Hair & Nail Studio. It will be in the site previously occupied by Kurt Schulz Deli, which shut a number of a long time ago, Wegner reported.
“It’s all in the sauce,” will be the tagline of the cafe.
“We are likely to offer a traditional sauce and a sweet sauce, which is variety of different from other pizzerias,” stated Wegner.
In addition to 10 sorts of pizza other menu objects will include fettuccine alfredo, rooster parmesan, eggplant dishes, specialty bread, salad, soup and deep-fried appetizers, she stated.
The team of owners signed on to open up the cafe in 2019, but wanted to gut, add kitchen area products, improve the electrical structure in the restaurant to accommodate a full-dimension kitchen area and rework the decor. Wegner mentioned when COVID-19 strike, it delayed almost everything.
“It was a extended time coming. It is acquiring quite exciting,” reported Wegner.
In addition to Wegner, proprietors are her boyfriend David Mattheis, as effectively as Mike and Jeanne Tank.
Mattheis beforehand owned Adriano’s Pizza in Menomonee Falls, said Wegner. Mike Tank was a chef for numerous years. Wegner stated she has a bachelor’s degree in organization management from Cardinal Stritch College. Jeanne Tank will support where necessary in the restaurant.
Wegner reported that fifty percent of the cafe will have bar seats, stools and a couple of televisions. The rest will be a family members-design sit-in cafe.
Wegner claimed that they prepare to be open up seven times a 7 days for lunch and meal. The cafe is starting out with dine-in and carryout options, but the owners want to apply shipping and catering in the long run.
Wegner said they are not decorating the inside of to have an Italian-connected topic. “The theme is much more rustic,” she said. She mentioned it will be like a farmhouse.
“It is all coming together,” she claimed. “It (the cafe) will be really various.”