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By Sara McManus, September 26, 2013
"As the temperature begins to drop and leaves start to change and dance off the trees, we grab for those warm cozy sweaters and crave the heat of a fire and the company of good friends and family. We also think about food."
By Lyssa Beyer, May 24, 2013
"The new restaurant in Port's downtown focuses on locally grown and organic products and a unique menu with specialty drinks and homemade dishes."
LOCAL PRESS & MEDIA
By Mary Boyle, May 7, 2015
"Twisted Willow is known not only for their emphasis on local food, but for their vegetarian and gluten-free options, and the special menus for Mother’s Day reflect that, from the Starters to the Desserts."
By Mary Boyle, May 1, 2014
"Port’s hottest farm-to-table restaurant, Twisted Willow, had a problem: they’re so crowded most evenings that the restaurant bar was overflowing with people waiting for a table."
By Mary Boyle, January 12, 2014
"Local food is all the rage, and so the Twisted Willow in Port Washington has been enjoying a remarkable popularity since their opening in the spring of this past year in the former Wisconsin House Hotel on Franklin St. downtown."
Garden of Good Tastes
By Micheal Locicero, October 1, 2015
"Bounty of organically raised produce from a Grafton farm allows Twisted Willow Restaurant to prepare a menu teeming with flavorful fare."
By Carol Pomeday, December 24, 2013
"Bartender team stresses quality ingredients,
like agave nectar for margaritas."
By Mark Jaeger, June 12, 2013
"Now open, the upscale restaurant fills a very visible void created when Wind Rose Wine and Martini Bar closed about four years ago and the building went into foreclosure."
By Colleen Jurkiewicz, July 22, 2013
"Located on the quaint main drag of Port Washington, just a block from the harbor, Twisted Willow, 308 N. Franklin St., has been packed since opening its doors six weeks ago."
By Carol Deptolla, January 12, 2016
"Twisted Willow in Port Washington will serve a four-course Scottish-inspired dinner on Jan. 30 that's a nod to the Burns suppers, which celebrate the poet Robert Burns."
Five-course Harvest Dinner at Twisted Willow
By Carol Deptolla, October 16, 2014
"Twisted Willow in Port Washington is having its annual Harvest Feast on Saturday, with a five-course menu featuring vegetables from the restaurant's farm and ingredients from other Wisconsin producers."
By Carol Deptolla, May 13, 2014
"It's an extension of the restaurant, said general manager Candy Lusty, where guests can have just a drink or a bite, either from the small plates or dessert. It supplements Twisted Willow's small but often crowded bar."
By Carol Deptolla, January 16, 2014
"Part of Twisted Willow's charm — aside from the striking dark walls, contrasting white plates in hutches, and French doors leading from room to room — was the unfailing friendliness of its staff from door to table."
By Carol Deptolla, November 29, 2013
"Twisted Willow restaurant, 308 N. Franklin St., Port Washington, now serves lunch from 11am to 2pm on Fridays."
By Carol Deptolla, May 31, 2013
"Twisted Willow, the restaurant that took over the former site of Wind Rose Wine & Martini Bar in Port Washington, has opened for dinner."
By Carol Deptolla, April 19, 2013
"Twisted Willow, a restaurant that will grow some of its produce this summer on an area farm, is projected to open in mid-May in Port Washington."
By Brian Bernier, October 1, 2014
"Twisted Willow restaurant in Port Washington, where “the hands that composed your salad may be the same hands that planted the seeds,” as the owners like to say."
By Amanda Sullivan, February 13, 2014
"A locally sourced farm-to-table restaurant and bar, this casual yet classy dining spot is a welcome addition to Port, as well as one of several new establishments reinvigorating the quaint town’s nightlife."
By Ann Christenson, November 26th 2014
"The owners use every physical asset of the restaurant’s setting – a late-1800s brick building in downtown Port Washington."
By Jeanette Hurt, July 2013
"Owner/chef Dan Wiken make a lot of things
from scratch every day at Twisted Willow"
By Carl Deffenbaugh, August 22nd, 2016
"Food, music & a raffle: Feasting for Felix raises
money to support shelter animals."
Feasting for Felix
By Trisha Bee, August 26, 2015
"Laura learns how to make a squash crème brûlée."
"We are a caring community of neighbors
helping neighbors, and the United Way of Northern Ozaukee is leading the charge. Without this local effort we would not be ranked on any of those prestigious lists. I support our Local United Way of Northern Ozaukee because they are integral to maintaining the quality of life that we all enjoy. Every dollar donated goes to work right here in our own community. Won't you please join us and give what you can to support our neighbors in need?"
By Maile Bucher, November 16, 2015
"Twisted Willow provides an ambience of elegance with a fine dining experience, embedded in county history."
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