The signature mustard-yellow
building that was home to The Hub - Serve It Up will be for
lease in April.
Photo by Mark
CEDARBURG - The Hub restaurant will be
serving it up in bigger digs soon when owners Rick and Kathy
Lanser move the business north of Highway 60.
purchased the Clearwater Inn,
1814 Washington Ave. from the retiring owner and will rename
it The Hub at Cedar Creek. Rick Lanser said they have been
looking for a building with more space to accommodate not only
an expanded menu, but a growing catering business, which makes
up “the lion’s sharer” of their customer base. By moving into
the 6,500-square-foot Clearwater Inn building, they will gain
much more restaurant seating and banquet space that can be used
for business meetings, weddings and other group events. That
means the many corporate clients they now cater to can
eventually meet at The Hub at Cedar Creek.
The Hub -
Serve It Up opened in 2009 in the heart of downtown Cedarburg
and has been known for its sandwiches, Chicago-style hot dogs,
pizza and mustard-color storefront. The new menu will consist of
modern comfort food, Lanser said.
traditional food with a twist,” he said.
that they will also keep the popular items from the Clearwater
“We are going
to incorporate what they do well, like the fish fry,” he said.
will be open for dinners and a Sunday brunch, possibly a polka
brunch, he said.
will lease their current space until late March and plan to be
in the new building in early April.
agent Brian Collins owns the Hub property at
W63 N631 Washington St. and said he is working to fill the
space when the Lansers leave. He said it could be another
restaurant, but is probably better suited for retail. Anyone
interested in leasing the space can contact Collins at 375-4944.
Lisa Curtis can be reached at