SHEBOYGAN, WIS. – Miesfeld’s Triangle Market is holding a grand opening event to celebrate a recent 15,000 square feet expansion of the company’s meat market operation, including 5,000 square feet of retail space.
The retail expansion features grocery options while supporting small, local businesses, with an entire section dedicated to Wisconsin-made products. Other key features of the new spaces include an expanded Chef’s Corner, double the meat counter space, an aging cabinet for steaks, and a new and improved drive-thru.
“Miesfeld’s has been a wonderful pillar of the Sheboygan community for decades,” said Richard Sachse, owner of Miesfeld’s. “We are excited for the next chapter and all the ways it allows us to provide for our loyal customers and support our community.”
The grand opening celebration is set for March 25, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and March 26, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The market will offer two-day deals on popular products, including any flavor bratwurst for only $2.99/lb (regularly $4.49/lb), pork steaks only $1.99/lb (regularly $3.99/lb), and chuck patties only $3.59/lb (regularly $5.99/lb). All deals are available in-store only, while supplies last.
Shoppers at the market also can expect giveaways, including $5 gift cards for every $50 spent and a raffled Tailgate Package. Local vendors will also offer food and beverage demos.
Miesfeld’s has pledged 5% of the entire week’s proceeds, from March 20-26 to the Sheboygan County Food Bank. The Food Bank will also be running a Brat Hut brat fry with all proceeds benefiting the Food Bank.