Lowlands Group Celebrate the 2018 World Cup
Grand Cafés are go-to venues for game watching, food and drink specials, and unique giveaways.
Milwaukee, WI – June 5, 2018 – The World Cup only comes around once every four years, giving soccer fans—and those who just enjoy the comradery of nations coming together in the spirit of competition—a reason to celebrate. Throughout the tournament, Lowlands Group will be showing nearly every game in its cafés, offering World Cup-themed food and drink specials, and giving away fun prizes throughout the month.
The World Cup runs June 14 through July 15, kicking off when Russia plays Saudi Arabia on Thursday, June 14 at 9 a.m. During the tournament, several Lowlands Group restaurants will open earlier than usual to accommodate passionate fans. In fact, the restaurant group is showing 63 of the 64 games and opening as early as 6 a.m. at Café Bavaria. Themed food specials offered during game times include the World Cup Omelette, Pretzel French Toast and the Champion Burger, among others. Thirsty fans can enjoy a variety of drink specials, including $4 Stella Artois and Bitburger beers, during the games. Because of the early scheduling of the games, a Yellow Card Bloody Mary was created that features a unique Rehorst sriracha & blue cheese-infused vodka.
Finally, Lowlands Group’s June Bierklasse is all about the World Cup on Thursday, June 14 from 7 to 10 p.m. In this fun and interactive Bierklasse at Café Bavaria, participants will taste seven beers from all over the world, each brewed by an official sponsor of its country of origin’s futball team, as well as samples of BBQ Pork Sliders and more. Tickets can be purchased online at biersoftheworldcupbierklasse.eventbrite.com.
For the full schedule of World Cup game times, giveaway details, hours and menu specials by location, visit worldcupMKE.com. The only game not being shown is France vs. Australia on Saturday, June 16 at 4 a.m.
About Lowlands Group
Lowlands Group owns and operates eight grand cafés in Wisconsin including: Café Benelux, Café Bavaria, and Café Centraal, as well as five Café Hollanders located on Downer Avenue, the Village in Wauwatosa, Hilldale in Madison, Mequon and Brookfield. It’s European-inspired Cafés feature from-scratch cooking and an impressive selection of craft and Belgian beers. The company prides itself in its passion for cycling, bringing neighborhoods together and giving back to the community. More information can be found at lowlandsgroup.com.
The group also operates the Lowlands Brewing Collaborative; a celebration of beer culture that brings the world’s best brewers together to create unique beers available exclusively at the Lowlands Grand Cafés. Learn more at lowlandsbrewing.com.