You can't miss Fiesta Cafe . . . a huge rooster, and red and yellow exterior invites visitors to come in. The interior is bright and cheery with garage doors that open and provide extra light. The decor offers rustic signs such as "farm fresh" and "organic" letting diners know they serve food that is locally sourced. Numerous clocks cover the walls offering fun conversations, and the main dining room has a giant industrial clock light fixture hanging from the ceiling
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu features traditional egg dishes, omelets, eggs benedicts, skillets, Frittatas, pancakes, waffles, french toast, and crepes. Mexican entrees: Fiesta Cafe Chorizo & scrambled egg tacos, Chilaquiles, Huevos Rancheros, Enfrijoladas, and other tasty treats, sandwiches, salads, and appetizers.
You'll find a variety of drinks like Mean Green and Ginger Snap, as well as fresh squeezed juices. Coffee bar serving local Colectivo Coffee. The full bar offers a variety of locally brewed beers, including New Glarus Brewery, Good City Brewing, Milwaukee Brewing Col, and Miller, along with a selection of wines.
Cocktails, cuch as classic brunch choices Mimosa and Bloody Mary, Walking Spanglish, Paloma, and Wildwood Smash featuring locally distilled Rehorst Vodka.
Family friendly with a children;s menu from $4.50-$6.50, and regular menu from $9-$12. Fiesta Cafe has a parking lot making it so easy to come and experience the food, friends, and surroundings.