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Point Burger Bar: Second location to open in Pewaukee — and there are jobs available!

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MILWAUKEE/PEWAUKEE — Point Burger Bar, located near 107th and Good Hope in Milwaukee will be opening a new location in Pewaukee — and there are jobs available!

A job fair is set for Saturday, November 5th from noon to 4:00 p.m.

The company hopes to fill over 100 job openings including managers, bartenders, servers, kitchen and support staff.

The new restaurant in Pewaukee will be located at W229 N1400 Westwood Drive.

According to a release from Point Burger Bar, the 18,000 square foot restaurant will feature a 5,000 square foot game room, a large viewing deck overlooking the Veloce Race Track and an exterior patio seating over 150 customers.

“For months, we have been searching for the right spot for our second location. The moment we saw the Pewaukee location, we knew this was where we wanted to be,” said Brian Ward, owner of Point Burger Bar. “Based on our experience at the Good Hope Road location, we foresee great things for Point Burger Bar here in Pewaukee.”

In keeping with the initial concept, the Pewaukee location will feature an extensive menu with a special focus on burger options. Along with Prime Angus, Point’s burger options include duck, turkey, buffalo, salmon, lamb and more.

On the beverage menu at Point Burger Bar in Pewaukee, there is of course, a full bar with plenty of Point Brewery Beer. However, it is the malt and shake options that stand out too many guests. Inspired by a similar concept Ward came across in Las Vegas, Point Burger Bar has a liquor option with their shakes and malts. Along with the delicious classic shakes without liquor, there are over a dozen specialty shakes with liquor such as Royal Raspberry with Kahlua, cheesecake, brandy and berries or the Salted Caramel Brittle with salted caramel, peanut butter, Jameson Whiskey and Frangelico.

The shake bar, along with a diverse burger menu has certainly set us apart from any other restaurant in the area. We want to keep building on our success and Pewaukee is the next step in that journey,” said Ward. “With the construction wrapping up, all focus is on finding the best employees the help us make Point Burger Bar Pewaukee absolutely amazing.”

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