New to Downtown Kenosha

New to Downtown Kenosha

Let’s showcase a few new business in downtown Kenosha.
Cut Stone Foods
You may have seen the former fire engine food truck last summer in Kenosha. Now, Riki Tagliapietra has a home base for Cut Stone Foods, 5925 Sixth Ave-A, offering up traditional fine Italian foods such as pastas, lasagna, tiramisu and more – ready to bring home. Keep an eye open for the fire truck to be onsite this summer!

Midwest DJ Productions
For many years, husband and wife team Diego and Dianna Villalobos have been keeping the dance floor hopping at wedding receptions, private parties and more all across the area as owners of Midwest DJ Productions. Now, they have a place to call home in the upper floor at the Kenosha Creative Space, 624 57th St.

Portside Catering
An extension of Captain Mikes, Danielle Weybright and Portside Catering, 5124 Sixth Ave, continues their example of excellence. They will help make your event one-of-a-kind with elegant and delicious dishes using the freshest ingredients, rewriting familiar recipes with traditional flavors into exceptional modern cuisine.

Water’s Edge Beach Gifts
Beachcomber Donna Jorgensen has a home for her wares now at Water’s Edge Beachside Gifts, 815 57th St, Suite 9. Through the years, she has crafted amazing jewelry, art, and more made with artistic treasures found on the shores of Lake Michigan. Find her work and more great gifts at her shop on Fridays and Saturdays, 11-6.

Written & edited by Jason Hedman
Photos by Donny Stancato & Samantha Vaughn
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(This article first appeared in the Downtown Kenosha Magazine Summer 2022 issue)