Zisters, a new grill specializing in brunch, will open in a space that before housed longtime Penelope’s Restaurant in Elm Grove.
The family-owned Greek restaurant, located at 13425 Watertown Plank Road, sealed a doors final month when a owners, who had operated it for 18 years, motionless to retire, according to a Facebook post.
Sisters Betsi and Gabbi Zierath are behind a new restaurant, slated to open in early May. The thought for a judgment was desirous by their new travels via Southeast Asia– they were generally smitten by a dining stage and grill cultured in Bali, Betsi said.
Zisters will offer breakfast and brunch with a healthy twist, charity uninformed mixture and vegan and gluten giveaway options on a menu. With “champagne is a new coffee” as a slogan, it will offer mimosas and a preference of qualification cocktails.
“I feel like brunch is unequivocally holding off as a trend and there is unequivocally zero like this around here,” Betsi said. “This plcae arrange of fell into a laps and plcae wise, it’s a good opportunity. We already have people reaching out to us about how vehement they are for us to open.”
Zisters will work underneath Zierath Restaurant Group, that is owned by Dan Zierath, Betsi and Gabbi’s father. He also owns Jackson’s Blue Ribbon Pub in Wauwatosa and Thirsty Duck in Wauwatosa and Sussex.
The grill will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m and eventually, a grill will re-open on Friday and Saturday evenings until 10 p.m. to offer a preference of tiny plates. Betsi pronounced they wish to keep a bar open late on weekends and horde live song events.
Renovations to a space began on Apr 2. They will embody a vast outside square that will fit about 100 people, and dual vast garage doors, heading out to a patio, to give a space a splendid and open appearance. The building is not new, though they space will have a clean, complicated demeanour with white and dim wood, and a fun atmosphere, Betsi said.
“It will be a place where you’ll wish to take a picture,” she said.