FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 4, 2021
Signature Cambridge Restaurant PLOW Celebrates Reopening May 14
CAMBRIDGE, Wis.: What was first envisioned as a brief winter 2020 shutdown for routine remodeling turned into a Covid rollercoaster. The good news: the ride is over; PLOW is reopening its doors Friday, May 14th.
Embracing the farm-to-fork concept, PLOW seeks to feature as much locally sourced ingredients as we can to provide an amazing variety of choices for our guests.
It's been a long, painful pandemic. Wisconsin restaurant owners have been operating in fits and starts complying with various state, county, and village restrictions. As more and more Wisconsinites are vaccinated Dane County (where PLOW is located) allowed capacity to increase to 75% for bars and restaurants as of Wednesday, May 5. This news couldn't come at a better time.
Some of the amenities PLOW will be offering include:
The reopening Friday, May 14 features a fish fry and other options starting at 4:00 p.m. Temporary hours after that will be:
Reservations will be accepted soon, and can be made on the website.
We're thrilled to be back. We can't wait to see everyone. We support and encourage the residents of the local area to sample the many great options available at eateries in Cambridge and surrounding villages. Wisconsin's big bounceback is underway!
Located in the heart of downtown Cambridge, Wisconsin, PLOW is an enthusiastic supporter of the farm-to-folk movement. Owners Charles and Treena Fiesel offer fresh pork, lamb and vegetables from their own farm in nearby Sun Prairie. PLOW's menu offers a wide variety of appetizers and entrees, with specialties in smoked prime rib and pork roast. A remodeled interior and large outdoor deck provide seating for large and small groups.