Thyme Cuisine Says Farewell to Maxwelton Braes to Focus on Catering

At the end of the 2020 season, the proprietors of Thyme Cuisine & Catering will cease serving at the restaurant located at Maxwelton Braes Lodge in Baileys Harbor and transition to catering full time from their live/work space in Sister Bay. Thyme Cuisine has been serving at Maxwelton Braes since 2017 while continuing to operate the catering side of the business. 

“We are very excited for Thyme,” said Bill and Heather Andersen, owners of Maxwelton Braes. “They have an excellent opportunity in Sister Bay and have been a wonderful partner, but [we] understand their desire to go back to their roots.” 

The Sister Bay Plan Commission gave preliminary approval to a proposal for a new catering kitchen, restaurant, wine bar and event space on Hwy 57 south of the village. The space will be the new home of Thyme Catering and the Twelve Eleven wine bar. The partners aim to open by Memorial Day weekend. 

“From now until Nov. 15, join us to toast Thyme Cuisine, open for breakfast Friday – Sunday and dinner Tuesday – Saturday,” said Thyme co-owner Karl Bradley. “Watch our Facebook for end-of-the-season specials.”

Thyme’s move will make room for a new proprietor to seize the opportunity in what has proven to be a fully adaptable space at Maxwelton Braes. Contact Bill Andersen at 920.819.4988 to discuss the restaurant space and ownership opportunity. 

Maxwelton Braes also invites caterers who are interested in being on the new preferred-vendor list for its events (up to 350 guests) to call Sherry Sargent at 920.839.2321 to find out more.

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