The Triangle Market in Miesfeld will host an expansion party

SHEBOYGAN, WIS. – Miesfeld’s Triangle Market is hosting an opening event to celebrate a recent 15,000 square foot expansion of the company’s meat market operation, including 5,000 square feet of retail space.

The retail expansion offers grocery options while supporting local small businesses, with an entire section dedicated to products made in Wisconsin. Other key features of the new spaces include an expanded chef’s corner, double the meat counter space, a steak aging cabinet and a new and improved drive-thru.

“Miesfeld’s has been a wonderful mainstay of the Sheboygan community for decades,” said Richard Sachse, owner of Miesfeld’s. “We are excited about the next chapter and all the ways it allows us to serve the needs of our loyal customers and support our community.”

The grand opening celebration is scheduled for March 25, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and March 26, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The market will feature two-day deals on popular products, including any bratwurst flavor for just $2.99/lb (usually $4.49/lb), pork steaks just $1.99/lb (usually $3.99/lb) and chuck patties only $3.59/lb (usually $5.99/lb). All offers are available in-store only, while supplies last.

Marketplace shoppers can also expect freebies, including $5 gift cards for every $50 spent and a raffle Tailgate bundle. Local vendors will also offer food and drink demonstrations.

Miesfeld’s has pledged 5% of all week’s proceeds, March 20-26, to the Sheboygan County Food Bank. The food bank will also be hosting a Brat Hut fry with all proceeds going to benefit the food bank.

Joseph K. Bennett