RESTAURANTS WITH PICKUP/DELIVERY / BUSINESS & CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

Until the emergency order banning gatherings of ten or more people in a confined space is lifted, the Banner is no longer listing individual events that have been canceled.

Restaurants

Special Notices (The Banner will be happy to provide detailed information for other restaurants as it is provided to whitewaterbanner@gmail.com or by the “submit a story” button on the masthead of our website.)

Jessica’s Family Restaurant: We are Hoping all is Healthy and Well. We will be Up and Running Starting Thursday, April 9th for Carry-Out Only!
Our Hours will be 8 AM to 2 PM Monday through Thursday.
Friday 8 AM to 8 PM.
Saturday & Sunday 8 AM to 2 PM!
We are Looking Forward to Seeing Our Customers Getting Take-Out! We will get through this together and soon we can’t wait to see Everyone Dine-In with Us!

The Black Sheep:

Easter just got easier. Pre- Order now through Thursday at midnight (To Save 15%) for Pickup or Delivery on Saturday (4pm to 8:30pm) or Sunday (10:30 to 12:30).

Check out these eight reasons why.
1) Support local farmers and producers. We are supporting at least 13 small family farmers and producers putting together our Easter Brunches.
2) Avoid going to the store and limit contact with other people
3) Help support our small business and the people we love and serve
4) We can bring it hot or cold to you so it’s ready when you are
5) Spend more time with Family and less time cleaning up
6) We make really freaking good food
7) We use real ingredients for scratch cooking, no high fructose or processed anything here
8) We can always add a bottle of vodka in for your pickup orders

15% discount ends at 12:00 a.m. Friday. Check out the menu here

Using a mobile phone or tablet click. https://www.foodbooking.com/api/fb/_d57_qx
Using a desktop computer https://www.eatatblacksheep.com/order-pickup-or-delivery then click order Pickup or Delivery
or by calling 262-458-4751

Arby’s: Limited time drive-thru special: 5 classic roast beef sandwiches for $10 — “zero coupons needed; zero need to leave your car.”

SweetSpot: When we wrote our COVID-19 Safety Plan for The SweetSpot, we promised our employees, customers, and community that we would take the safest known route as we navigate this time of uncertainty.Wisconsin’s Safer at Home Order is the safest known route at this time and as a non-essential service, it is our responsibility to stay closed until the order is lifted. And so, we’ll see you on April 25 or when the order is lifted. A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has purchased gift cards and reached out to stay in touch. You’re helping keep us strong during this turbulent time and we are so grateful. We miss you all so much and can’t wait until it’s safe for us to gather again. Until then, please be safe and be well.

Rosa’s Pizza:🚨 We recommend all orders to be placed through our website OrderRosas.com. All orders are prepaid through our website and that can help limit any interactions. We also recommend using the curbside pickup option when ordering for takeout. Please use the website (or app) directly and not via google. They use a higher price that we can’t control and take a percentage of each order. Special will not be available on eatstreet.

*Half and Half pizzas are not an option online. If you’d like to order that, please enter in the notes section.
*Cheesy Breadsticks include 1 dipping sauce
*Delivery Fee 2.50
*Additional Toppings available for normal charge.
*Pizzas for special are for the original style only.
*We deliver outside of town in the lake area. Roughly Territorial Rd down P or 89.

Jessica’s: With great sadness due to the health and safety of our customers and employees we have decided to be temporarily closed starting Monday, March 23, 2020 until further notice. The staff and Jessica’s Family Restaurant greatly appreciate your support during this difficult time. Please stay safe and healthy! Hope to see everyone soon!

Rick’s Eastside Pub: Serving our complete fish fry by carry-out & curbside service on Fri. all day, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Please check our website rickspubandgrill.com or our Facebook page for daily specials and soup. Call 473-9879.

The Black Sheep: Delivery and curbside pick-up of meals. For delivery, order online click here, and pay online or over the phone, and we will bring your order to your door. We will knock or ring your doorbell, set your order outside your door, and wait to make sure you get your meal. As part of our commitment to the environment, you can choose between compostable/recyclable to-go containers or real plates and silverware for a deposit and get a refund when you drop them off later or leave them outside at your next delivery. For curbside pickup, order online or over the phone. Once you arrive at the sheep, just give us a call at 262-613-7119, and we can run your food out to your car.

Restaurants/Stores Providing Meals by Pickup (See Section below for Delivery)

841 Brewhouse (Wed. to Sun.,11 a.m. – 2 p.m. & 4-8 p.m.) Full menu, no min. order, call it in & we’ll have it ready for you.
Arby’s
Brain Freeze (Drive thru only; no walk-ups)
Casey’s General Store
Cozumel Mexican Restaurant
Culver’s (Drive thru only; no walk-ups)
Domino’s
Fanatico (Open 4-9 p.m.)
Gus’ Pizza Palace – We are open for pick-up and delivery. You can find us on Eatstreet too. Open 4:00 p.m. till 9:00 p.m. 7 days, 262-473-3562 – We hope everyone in our community will stay Healthy and Safe.
Jersey Mike’s Subs
Jimmy John’s
La Piazza Pizzeria (Open 4-9 p.m.)
La Preferida
Las Chicas Mexican Restaurant – We have a drive-thru window.
McDonald’s
Pizza Hut
Qdoba – Per a new corporate policy, beginning on 3/23 our inside doors will be locked and we will be switching to online orders only. The outside doors will be open. We will not be taking call in orders. Spread the word for all the ones who enjoy take out still.  
Rick’s Eastside Pub (Open for carry-outs & curbside service: Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.; Fri. 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. serving our complete fish fry all day; Sat. & Sun. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. & 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Rocky Rococo
Rosa’s Pizza
Second Salem Brewery
Subway – eastside (Open 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.; Closed Sat./Sun.)
Subway – westside (Open 9 a.m. – 9 pm.)
Taco Bell (Drive thru only; no walk-ups)
Taco Fresco
The Black Sheep
Tokyo
Toppers Pizza – Offering curbside pickup; call the restaurant when you arrive and they will bring the food to your car.

Restaurants Providing Delivery

841 Brewhouse – Wed. to Sun., 4-8 p.m. Full menu, $10 min. order, $3 delivery fee which goes directly to staff. (Delivery zone encompasses Whitewater city limits only.)
Domino’s
Fanatico (Open 4-9 p.m.)
Gus’ Pizza Palace We are open for pick-up and delivery. You can find us on Eatstreet too. Open 4:00 p.m. till 9:00 p.m. 7 days -262-473-3562 – We hope everyone in our community will stay Healthy and Safe.
Jersey Mike’s Subs
Jimmy John’s
La Piazza Pizzeria (Open 4-9 p.m.)
Pizza Hut
Rocky Rococo
Rosa’s Pizza
Second Salem Brewery
Taco Fresco
The Black Sheep
Toppers Pizza Order up at http://www.toppers.com. Let us know in the special instructions section if you’d prefer contactless delivery and the driver will notify you upon arrival and leave your order at the door.

Bars/Restaurants Not Open

Beijing Buffet
Brass Rail Saloon & Eatery
Casual Joe’s closed through April 6.
China House – 3/24/20 “Due to the rapidly spreading coronavirus concern, for the safety of our customers and employees, we have decided to close down until conditions are right to re-open. We sincerely thank you for your continuous support and we apologize for any inconvenience.”
Fat Jacks Sports Bar & Grill
Jessica’s Family Restaurant
Mad Boar
The SweetSpot Cafe and The Bakeshop a

Our thanks to the Walworth County Economic Development Alliance for their assistance with compiling the above lists. This list is largely based on facts found on Facebook and will be updated as we find new or revised information. For more information, please visit these businesses’ Facebook pages or websites.

Businesses

Bicyclewise Covid 19 Hours & Operations : From our Governor: Bicycle Shops ARE essential.

We believe riding, while using safe practices, can help people get through this difficult time and we’d like to be available as long as riding is allowed, we’re able and it’s sensible. We have significantly shortened store hours. If the limited hours don’t work for you, please call us and we’ll try to find a way to work with you.
Along with shortened hours (see bottom of page), we’ve instituted some operational changes.

    We are following protocols such as social distancing and disinfecting
    Please call in advance if at all possible.
    The doors will be locked until customers arrive.
    We will come out to get or return your bike for repairs.
  As always, we’ll call when your repair is ready.
    We’re happy to help with bike or product sales but please call first.

We care deeply about our customers, community, friends, and families and wish to help in whatever way we can as long as we can do so safely for you & us.  Best wishes. Things are changing, call 1st 262-473-4730
COVID-19 Hours: Sun./Mon. – Closed; Tues. – Fri. 10-2; Sat. 9-2
                                We will happily make other arrangements if possible.
                             Awarded America’s Best Bike Shop 5 consecutive years!

Quiet Hut Sports: To my dear customers, many of whom are also my friends, I thought it would be a good idea to explain why Quiet Hut Sports is going to remain closed until further notice. Even though bicycle shops are permitted to remain open under Governor Evers’ essential services designation, I cannot take the risk because of my underlying heath issues and more importantly to me, my wife Cheryl’s underlying health issues. Both of us have asthma and heart valve issues. Cheryl has issues with lung weakness and has had pneumonia twice in the last 6 years. I cannot in good conscience put her at risk as I cannot do my job and maintain a social distance of safety. I am sorry to my customers that depended upon me for their bike service that I cannot be there for them at this time. Bike riding, walking, hiking and just being outside in the sun is healthy when social distancing is observed. During our walk yesterday after dinner we observed many young people in Cravath Lake Park gathering and enjoying sports and walking together in groups. This further helped me decide to remain closed as people are not practicing safe social distancing protocol as recommended by our health care experts. I ask that you all practice what our health care professionals recommend as it will help flatten the curve and save lives. So I ask that you pray for each other, practice social distancing, wash your hands often spread the Word and not the virus. See you when this is over. Be Safe. Dave Saalsaa

Walgreens: Introducing new services for seniors (age 55+), for a limited time until further notice, to help protect our customers at higher risk during COVID-19. Seniors hour every Tuesday from 8-9 a.m. for a limited period of time. Free standard shipping on all Walgreens.com orders, excluding photo products. Weight restrictions apply. See Walgreens.com/Shipping for more information. Drive-thru Shopping: Select products available at Walgreens locations with drive-thrus. Products are subject to availability and purchase quantity restrictions apply.

Walmart: We know our older customers could be more vulnerable to the coronavirus and to better support them, Walmart is offering special shopping hours. From March 24 through April 28, Walmart stores will host an hour-long senior shopping event every Tuesday for customers aged 60 and older. This will start one hour before the store opens. Our Pharmacies and Vision Centers will also be open during this time. (Since the store normally opens at 7 a.m., the senior shopping event is from 6-7 a.m.)

Winchester True Value: To all our TRULY VALUED customers, especially our senior citizens. We will do what we can to help. Give us a call at 262-473-4264, we’ll check our shelves, call you back, get a method of payment, and meet you at the front door with your purchase. Otherwise our hours are 8 am to 7 pm M – F Sat 8 am to 5 pm and Sun 9 am to 4 pm. Thanks and hope to see you soon and don’t forget our chicks are on their way!!

Churches
In view of the “Safe at Home” order, it can be assumed that all churches will no longer be holding worship services until further notice. We are, however, happy to post any messages received from churches.

Congregational Church UCC: Closed until April 6th. “The Congregational UCC is actively exploring how we can connect differently — online and beyond — to bring our community together in meaningful ways that foster hope and reassurance while our doors are closed until April 6th.”

CrossPointe Community Church: Due to the CDC guidelines, we at CrossPointe Community Church will not be gathering corporately until April 6th. But we are providing our Sunday morning services online through our YouTube channel. To access this channel, go to our website at crosscc.org and follow the link provided. We encourage you through this uncertain time to trust in our Lord and know that He is our provider, promise keeper, healer, light in the darkness.”

First English Lutheran Church: (4/1)  Out of concern for the most vulnerable among us, First English Lutheran Church in Whitewater has canceled all worship services and activities until further notice.  You can visit firstenglishlutheranchurch.360unite.com and then click on “visit our Facebook page” to find videos posted by Pastor Steve and Karil Bilgen Curran, our Youth and Family Ministry Coordinator as well as music posted by our Director of Music, Sarah Read Gehrenbeck . Please call PH#262-473-5076 with any questions.

First United Methodist Church: Our worship services are suspended. We are offering an abbreviated Facebook live service each Sunday at 10 a.m. The video will be archived on Facebook videos, and the audio will also be archived on our website: click here.

Kettle Moraine Baptist Church: “Join us online! Though we cannot meet in person, Pastor Steve Kindstedt will be live-streaming and recording Bible studies and sermons during normal Sunday service times (9:30 Bible Study; 10:45 Worship; 6:00 p.m. Worship) via our Facebook page (facebook.com/KettleMoraineBaptistChurch). As always, audio recordings of sermons are accessible on our website, kmbcwi.org. If you need someone to talk to or to pray with, or you’re interested in doing a Bible study with someone, don’t hesitate to call 262-473-2224 or email Pastor Steve, kmbc@kmbcwi.org.”

Living Word Fellowship: All are welcome to join our online worship services Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. There are two ways to tune in: (1) through the live stream on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ww.living.word.fellowship/; or (2) through a Zoom Video Conference Call (check our calendar on www.living-word-fellowship.com/calendar.html for the Zoom meeting link). We also have multiple options throughout the week for getting plugged into prayer times and Bible studies via video call, and those details are on our website. Reach out to us at 262-458-4580 or email information@living-word-fellowship.com for more information.

St. Patrick Catholic Church: In this time of Safe at Home St. Patrick Parish has suspended all Masses, activities and prayer services until further notice.  Please join us online!  Facebook St. Patrick Catholic Church Whitewater and website Stpatrickwhitewater.org.  Facebook event page has all our live Masses, prayers and other items in which you can participate.  Our website has information on our parish including Daily Living as a Quarantined Catholic, Formed, Online Contributions and so much more.  You can also contact any staff member via email or voicemail, we want to hear from you.  We want to stay connected to you so stay connected to us online.  

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