The U.S. Open is almost here, and a local company is taking the lead in feeding fans

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ERIN HILLS -- With 35,000 fans expected to attend each day of the U.S. Open, they're going to need a lot of food. And a Milwaukee stable is helping feed the masses. Carl spent the morning a Troubadour Bakery.

About Troubadour Bakery (website)

Since 1993, we have been sourcing coffees from origin and roasting every batch by hand. By developing farmer and co-op partnerships, we can be involved in every step of creating a great coffee experience. We are proud to offer our Session Roasted™ coffees in addition to Letterbox Fine Tea, Colectivo Keg Company beers, and made-from-scratch food, Troubadour artisan breads, and baked goods.

Our name was inspired by the artful and funky buses used for public transportation across Latin America, “colectivos” (co-lec-TEE-vo), and the iconic part of everyday life they represent. We are independently owned and roast our award-winning coffees on a pair of vintage Probats in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood. Stop by our Humboldt Boulevard cafe, grab a seat at the bar, and watch our roasters at work!