In 2002, the owner's of Beanie's Mexican Restaurant and Cantina in Port
Washington, Wisconsin decided it was time for an expansion and facelift.
By expanding from the 1950's era concrete block structure into the adjacent
brick building from the early 1900's, the capacity of the dining area was
doubled. Through the use of bright colors, high ceilings, expansive
windows and unique decor, the restaurant's festive atmosphere welcomes diners
day and night.
The exterior of the two separate buildings was united to appear as one.
The new appearance, with it's Cream City Brick, large street side windows and
canvas awning recalls turn-of-the-century downtown Port Washington.
On November 19th, 2003, Beanies Mexican
Restaurant won Port Washington's Beautification Award!
"What it was then and now - it's day and night. They did the
expansion and remodeling so well and so tastefully. It's just a wonderful
gateway on that corner now."
...Chamber of Commerce Director, Mary Monday