Monday, January 7, 2013
Before renovations begin, the Sendiks owners are auctioning of everything short of what's attached to the walls. The store was full Monday morning as people came from as far as Texas and Pennsylvania to place bids.
Ever wanted to own a commercial meat slicer? How about a 7-foot-tall cigarette dispenser? Sendik's in Bayside is emptying the store of, literally, anything not attached to the walls. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, anyone can stop in the store or go online and place a bid on everything from massive deep-freezers to coffee grinders, digital scales to receipt printers. "The equipment that's here is being sold for the purpose of a complete renovation by the new owner, the Balestreri Sendik family," said John Sendik, who, along with brother Tony Sendik, just sold the store. He also said that while the Bayside grocer is emptying out and beginning renovations, gas will continue to flow non-stop, if you're paying at the pump. Ted Balistreri …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Applications have been submitted and the 'Red Bag' Balistreri's will seek village approval next week.
Sendik's Bayside is changing ownership to the Balistreri family of the "Red Bag" Sendik's, amid promises of renovations, expansion and of course the famous red bag. "This is a great opportunity for us to serve the surrounding communities by designing a store with a focus on fast, fresh and healthy offerings," Ted Balistreri said in a press release. "We'll be offering a quick and easy way to fill your tank while carrying on the rich tradition we have established of providing the best shopping experience, period." Ted Balistreri announced Thursday that his branch of the Sendik's markets will partner with Devo Properties of Mequon to purchase the entire shopping corridor from Sendik's gas pumps east to Mohawk Road. This purchase includes …
Monday, November 19, 2012
Not every business is shutting down for the holiday. If you're looking for somewhere to dine out or need to pick up last-minute supplies in the area, check out these places.
While Thanksgiving may mean crashing on Grandma's couch after a plate full of turkey, stuffing and you name it — that's not how everyone spends the holiday. If you're looking for somewhere to dine out or need to pick up last-minute supplies in the area, have no fear: these local places are open for business during the holiday. Get more from Fox Point-Bayside Patch by “Liking” our Facebook Page! Do you know of another local business that's open for the holiday, but not on this list? Add it in the comments.
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Check out this picture of the grocery store that used to call Bayside home. What do you remember of the PDQ?
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Check out this historical photo of the old grocery store that used to call Bayside home.
Step back into Bayside history with this photo of the old PDQ, which once stood where the current Sendiks building is located at the Northeast corner of Brown Deer and Port Washington Roads.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Find the cheapest gas prices in town.
It's halfway through the week, so you've almost made it. But in case you need to refil that gas tank, here's a look at local gas prices courtesy of www.milwaukeegasprices.com so you can fill up your tank for less and get to the weekend with more money in your pocket.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Fill up for less and save some money this week.
The week is half over and another weekend will be here soon. Here is today’s gas prices courtesy of automotive.com so you can fill up your tank for less and get to the weekend with more money in your pocket: Appleby's Service, 7501 N. Port Washington Rd.: $3.68 Citgo, 310 E. Brown Deer Rd.: $3.60 BP, 501 W. Brown Deer Rd.: $3.80 Mobil, 7156 N. Green Bay Rd.: $3.74 BP, 7010 N. Port Washington Rd.: $3.80