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RIVALRY Grand Opening Set for October 20th

September 30th, 2016 Posted by Uncategorized 0 thoughts on “RIVALRY Grand Opening Set for October 20th”

RIVALRY Milwaukee is happy to announce that we are planning our Grand Opening for October 20th, 2016.  This just so happens to be the Thursday Night Football match up between one of the biggest rivalries in the National Football League – Green Bay Packers VS Chicago Bears.  What better way to kick off the opening of RIVALRY with the greatest rivalry game around.  This will be one game you will not want to miss at RIVALRY Milwaukee Sports Bar.

We have a lot planned for the Grand Opening as well as the rest of that weekend as well.  We are excited for everyone to experience this amazing new concept in Milwaukee.  We “went all out” when it came to designing the game day experience.  From the state-of-the-art sound system to the highest quality TVs every detail was carefully planned out.

The food line-up will consist of many items that will rivalry each other.  We wanted to pick some food items Milwaukee was known for and pair them up against food items that Chicago is known for.  One such rivalry would be the Chicago Deep Dish Pizza going head to head with a thin crust Pizza In Milwaukee.  Other great food offers will include: Saturday and Sunday Brunch Milwaukee and Milwaukee Burgers.

We would love for you to join us during our Grand Opening Week to see what all the hype is about.  You certainly will not leave disappointed and we hope to make this a regular stop for all residents and visitors. Creating a fun atmosphere that everyone can enjoy is something we really strive for not to mention we have some of the best views in the city from our Riverfront Patio.  We will be sure to specialize in sipping cocktails on the patio while taking in the amazing downtown river views.

See you on the 20th!

 

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