Despite the dirt, gravel and dust, Wauwatosa Village businesses have been working to celebrate our streetscape construction with specials, events and promotions like the highly successful Dozer Day held in July.3
Another new event, Village Sneak-a-Peek, is coming up on Thursday, September 22. This celebration invites local residents and visitors from around the community to come down and see our construction progress while actively enjoying business specials and promotions.

Sneak-a-Peek details include:

From 4-8 PM, businesses will provide specials, discounts and events to highlight unique aspects, character and insight into the Village

Customers and visitors compete for prizes based on steps taken in the Village, business visits, and purchases.

Get up close and personal look at our streetscape construction progress from those making it happen

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New faces and places in the Village

Anedyne Coffee Roasting Co. of Milwaukee is proceeding with plans to open a location at 7471 Harwood Avenue in the same building that houses long-time Village business Niemann’s Candies & Ice Cream. Anedyne offers brewed coffee, espresso, tea, other drinks and light foo selections. This would be the fourth Milwaukee location for Anedyne, which is owned by Wauwatosa East graduate Matthew McClutchy.

Tabal Chocolate of Milwaukee is looking to open a retail location in the Village,
including production at 7515 Harwood Avenue. Tabal makes organic chocolate bars featuring South American grown beans and may also feature other items and drinks, as well as chocolate-making lessons or other educational components.