The La Crosse-based MOKA coffee shop chain opened its seventh location — a drive-thru — last week in the Crosseroads Center shopping center along Hwy. 16 in Onalaska. STEVE CAHALAN | For the La Crosse Tribune The drive-thru opened Monday. Its address is Suite 240 at 9348 State Hwy. 16, east of the Ground Round Grill & Bar.
GALESVILLE — Longtime friends Rob Grover and Greg Roskos aim to treat customers at their new rural Galesville business to a taste of outdoor scenery and freshly made pizza.They opened Winghaven Pizza Farm on Sept. 10 at N18057 Grover Lane, in Grover Valley about five miles west of Galesville. It’s on the farm where Grover was raised and where he still lives.Customers can sit at picnic tables that accommodate 70 to 80 people, but also are encouraged to bring their own chairs and tables.
Grain grown by farmers in the region would be turned into spirits at a craft distillery that plans to open by early next summer in downtown La Crosse.Nick Weber has applied to the city for a conditional-use permit for La Crosse Distilling Co. at 129 Vine St.“Barring any unforeseen setbacks, we expect to open by early summer — maybe May or June,” Weber told the Tribune on Monday.
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