Ribbon Cut On Newest Downtown Beaver Dam Restaurant

(Beaver Dam) The ribbon has been cut on the latest restaurant to open in Beaver Dam. Damsel’s is located at 302 South Spring Street. The establishment features a rotating wine cellar with twelve bottles of wine available by the glass or in flights of four as well as a collection of signature bourbons and craft cocktails. There is also a full menu of appetizers, entrees, and desserts.

Owner’s Jeff Davidson and William Schwartz also operate Dam Chicken, which is right next store to Damsel’s. Davidson says they wanted a place that was a little more casual-upscale that has amazing wines and cocktails and craft cocktails including as well as some new and unique food items. Schwartz adds that the entire Dam Chicken menu is available at Damsel’s, so people who want to mix and match are welcome to do so.

There has been recent buzz of multiple chain restaurants coming to the city of Beaver Dam. Noodles & Company and Jersey Mikes are poised to open on the city’s northside. A combination Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins will be located in a new structure between McDonalds and Shopko at the Park Village Shopping Center. Also, a Pizza Ranch is moving into the former Ponderosa. That will be open sometime in October or November.

Pictured Left to Right:

Glenna Bachim – Stacy Griswold – Griswold Excavating and Construction, RE/MAX Prime, Sarah Fererre – Ooga Brewing Company, Josh Labove, Wayland Academy, Karen Gibbs – Church Health Services, , Kris Leaver – Your Pets Forever, Chris Connaughty – American Bank, Robin Frank- Damsel’s, Bill Schwartz- Damsel’s, Ric Fiegel – McKinstry’s Home Furnishings, Jeff Davidson – Damsels, Brenda Mueller – Damsels,Kim May-Damsel’s Cassandra Schmidt – Modern Woodman, Tracy Propst – Beaver Dam Chamber of Commerce, Lisa Hedberg, Melissa Haessly- American Bank, Kraig Kasten – Genesis Computers and Liz Kern – Marshfield Medical Center – Beaver Dam