Mequon Public Market makes it official with ribbon cutting, live music

Freeman Staff

July 2, 2019

Photos by Art Dahlke and Kathy Lanser

The Mequon Public Market officially opened to the public June 22, celebrating with a grand opening, a ribbon cutting and live music. The 10,000-square-foot market at 6300 W. Mequon Road is home to 10 local vendors offering farm-to-table Mexican cuisine, an Asian-fusion bistro, a contemporary butcher shop and café, ice cream, coffee, a European-style floral gift shop and much more. To see all the vendors and learn more about Spur 16 development overall, go to Top, Spur 16 developer Cindy Shaffer holds up the scissors following the ribbon cutting. She is surrounded by her team and partners in the Mequon Public Market at Spur 16. Above left, Mequon Alderman Robert Strzelczyk says a few words. Behind him is Mark Ernst, principle of Engberg Anderson Architects. Above right, singer songwriter Joseph Huber and his band perform.