Lowlands Group Brings Back Dome Dinner for Another Winter Amid Higher Covid Numbers

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Lowlands Group recently announced the return of “Lowlands Winter” to its eight major cafes and dinner clubs in Milwaukee and Madison. This unique variety of heated outdoor structures, including domes, globes, Northwoods cabins and winter cabins, will serve to keep diners warm as they enjoy a meal with friends and family this season. Lowlands Group was among the first to offer private outdoor dining in Wisconsin with the launch of its popular Lux Domes in 2018. New offerings this year include Northwoods cabins at the Buckatabon Tavern & Supper Club made by a craftsman from Northwoods Wisconsin, and new larger domes at Café Benelux. Reservations are available online.

“We have been so blown away by the response to our outdoor winter experiences in previous years that we wanted to elevate all of our spaces this winter,” said Eric Wagner, CEO of Lowlands Group. “Our new Alpenglobes at Café Benelux and Café Hollander are the only ones of their kind east of the Mississippi, and our custom fish shacks sourced and built in Eagle River will add a whole new dimension to Buckatabon’s winter experiences.”

Café Benelux, Centraal Grand Café & Tappery, Café Hollanders Downer, Tosa, Brookfield and Hilldale, as well as the Buckatabon Tavern & Supper Club, will offer individual private outdoor dining facilities with family-style seating, festive decor and heaters that keep winter away. Private outdoor experiences are tailored to each restaurant’s distinct concept and feature peak evening and weekend reservation slots that can be pre-booked online, with prices ranging from $ 50 to $ 200 depending on the place and time. People without an appointment will be accepted based on availability. Each booking experience includes a private catering structure that can accommodate up to 6-10 people for 90 minutes, as well as a beverage package selected by the group. Specially prepared drinks and additional menus are designed for family-style service, with themed or customizable options.

“From luxurious heated domes to the rustic and cozy cabins of Northwoods, we really have something for everyone,” Wagner added. “Part of life in Wisconsin is either fighting winter or embracing it. We prefer to embrace it.

Seasonal drink package highlights include Buckatabon Old Fashioned, Sweater Weather Mule, Rumchata Cocoa, and more. Ready-meal menus are available at various locations and range from charcuterie and cheese platters to hummus, Mezza platters, sliders and more.

Experiences include:

Buckatabon Tavern & Supper Club (Wauwatosa) – Frank & Larry’s Northwoods Shanties

Known for his nostalgic and entertaining Northwoods and dinner club experience, Buckatabon is heading back outside this winter, presenting three new and unique Frank & Larry’s Northwoods Shanties. Building on Buckataton’s ever-growing list of Northwoods partners, these cabins were designed and built in collaboration with Ken Schels, owner of KMS in Eagle River.

Café Benelux (Third Quarter) – Lux Domes and Lux ​​heated rooftop tent

The Lux Domes are back on the roof of Café Benelux for the next holiday season, better than ever. These heated domes sold out almost immediately last season due to their popularity and this year Lowlands are offering six new Alpenglobe domes, accommodating up to 8 people, which are more comfortable and more luxurious. For non-private dining options, Café Benelux also offers the Lux rooftop heated tent, allowing diners to enjoy the view from the most unique rooftop in the Third Quarter.

Dutch Coffee

Café Hollanders in the Downer neighborhood of Milwaukee, Tosa Village, The Corners in Brookfield and Hilldale Mall in Madison continue to develop their Café Hollander Winter Wonderlands to suit each location.

● Tosa Village – Apres-ski lodge

Café Hollander Tosa has four heated houses on the bridge overlooking the river and the passing train cars. The heated houses can accommodate up to six people and are the perfect place to admire the picturesque views of the village of Tosa.

● Downer – Downer Dome Village and Hollander Chalet on Downer

The Hollander Downer Café offers four heated, private and comfortable winter domes with festive decor for private reservations. You can also dine in the new Hollander Chalet. This enclosed, heated space is available for long outdoor meals or can be booked for private events for up to 30 people.

● Brookfield – Hollander’s Dome Village Cafe

Shoppers can enjoy the views of The Corners Street side in a new way this winter, inside one of three private winter domes.

● Hilldale – Winter Globes by Café Hollander

New to Hilldale this year, four Café Hollander Winter Globes offer a luxurious winter experience. The globes can be reserved for groups of 8 to 10 people.

Centraal Grand Caf̩ & Tappery (bay view) РWinter in Central

Centraal’s Garden of Eten tent is back, heated and decorated for a bohemian dinner. One of Milwaukee’s most unique courses is available all four seasons for extended dining or private event reservations. Plus, the Centraal Streetcar on Lincoln, with three bookable private rooms, has been given a facelift and is ready for a comfortable dining car experience.

Reservations and Menus

Reservations, details and full menu options are available by clicking here. Customers are welcome to join the Lowlands Rewards program to receive special offers and updates. To register, download “Lowlands Rewards” from the App Store or text “Lowlands” to 43618.

About Justin Howze

Check Also

Belleville’s SilverLake has plenty of green space – by design

When SilverLake Apartments opened in Belleville last March, the 232-unit community was already 87% rented, …