The Twisted Willow is the realization of Jill Bunting and her brother, Chef Dan Wiken’s life-long dream. By growing as much of our own produce on our Grafton farm and sourcing the rest locally. The meals we share with you have traveled the shortest distance from seed to table.
Chef Dan Wiken and his team have crafted an innovative menu prepared with the freshest ingredients from classic recipes, with a modern twist. We hope that you will delight with us in the satisfaction of knowing that the hands that composed your salad may be the same hands that planted the seeds.
The Twisted Willow family thanks you for joining us!
We hope you enjoy!
The Buntings, Jensens, McManus,
Wikens along with our team!
Reservations Are Encouraged "The Old Fashioned Way" | Call (262) 268-7600
Happy hour & appetizers | Tuesday - Sunday | 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Dinner | Tuesday - Sunday | 4:30pm
Lunch | Friday, Saturday & Sunday | 11:00am - 2:00pm
New Sunday hours | 11:00am-7:00pm | Brunch - Lunch - Dinner
308 N. FRANKLIN STREET • PORT WASHINGTON | email@example.com
The Twisted Willow Restaurant is pairing food with a good cause at its very first Farm to Fork Charity Experience on Friday, September 14. This amazing dining experience will benefit programs and services funded by United Way of Northern Ozaukee. Jill Bunting, owner, along with her brother Dan Wiken, chef and farmer and their team have created a unique and delicious evening using freshly harvested ingredients from their very own local farm in Grafton as well as local purveyors.
“The Twisted Willow has been involved in multiple fundraisers and supported various charities. We have worked with United Way on many events in a smaller scale. Celebrating our fifth year, we wanted to do a bigger charity event that would give back to the community that has supported us. Because the United Way offers so many channels of outreach, we are honored to partner with them for our Farm to Fork Charity Experience.” Says Bunting
A portion of each ticket for this event will be reinvested to strengthen local individuals and families through United Way’s result driven programs. United Way partners with thirteen strategic partners to deliver critical services that help working families who are struggling to make ends meet, address the intensifying needs of an aging population, protect and advocate for the most vulnerable amongst us, and ensure that young children can get a good start by providing early parenting and educational opportunities for children and families.
Friday, September 14th at 6 o’clock in the evening
Twisted Willow in Port Washington
Savory & Seasonal passed hor d’oeuvres
Chef’s Twisted Willow Farm tasting & dessert stations with perfectly paired wine & cocktails
Complementary house rail beverages, beer and wine
In addition to enjoying a wonderful evening of great dishes paired with fine wines, there will be a Port Washington hor d’oeuvre Trolley tour ride, entertainment by a local celebrity, live auction and raffle throughout the night. The live auction will feature unique one of a kind experiences such as a winter retreat near the Chequamagan National Forest on the Flambeau River Chequamagan, a week’s stay in Kissimmee Florida in an eight bedroom home, free four hour rental of the Port Exploreum Museum for a private party and a table for four at Twisted Willow Restaurant’s 6th annual 6-course Harvest Feast.
For more information or to purchase your ticket,
please contact Twisted Willow at 262-268-7600
PLEASE JOIN US ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH FOR OUR FARM TO FORK CHARITY EXPERIENCE!
BY: LAUREN RUDERSDORF