Keeping the Nisleit’s Country Inn Thanksgiving Tradition Alive
Free Thanksgiving Dinner Thursday, November 24th, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (CDT) at General Wooster’s Saloon & Grill, 3704 Highland Dr. Port Washington
Port Washington, WI –Nisleit’s Country Inn was a restaurant that once thrived in Port Washington, WI. This legacy establishment was full of great traditions, one being the free Thanksgiving meals they gave out each year. Many were saddened by their decision to close, but now a new fun and creative restaurant has opened at the same location where Nisleit’s grew and flourished.
General Wooster’s Saloon & Grill had their soft opening on November 8th offering catering, take out, and waiter services. The Saloon and Grill has big plans for the Thanksgiving holiday. They are looking keep the Nisleit’s tradition alive and to create a positive impact in the community. On Thanksgiving Day, they will be serving free dinners for anyone who wants to join their family fest. The free meal is open to the public, for anyone who can’t afford a Thanksgiving meal to the people who simply don’t want to be alone for the holiday. Wooster’s grand opening will be in January 2017. “We want to keep the homage and traditions of Nisleit’s in place and continue their popular Free Thanksgiving Fest” said Steve, Owner
Please help us support General Wooster’s Saloon & Grill as they continue launching their soft opening located at 3704 Highland Dr. Port Washington. More importantly help us get the word out and support their free Thanksgiving dinner for the community Thursday, Nov. 24th. Donations to the restaurant’s cause are graciously excepted, in the form of a monetary gift, donated food to serve or volunteering your time to help serve meals. Let’s help keep the tradition alive and support General Wooster’s Saloon & Grill. For more information about General Wooster’s Saloon & Grill please go to: http://adbidtise.wixsite.com/generalwoostersaloon
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