Seven months of patience reached its exciting conclusion Friday morning as the ribbon was cut for the grand reopening of the Piggly Wiggly grocery store in Sister Bay. The store was only closed for four days during the months-long project, which nearly doubled the size of the store and made major improvements to its deli, bakery, and produce departments. Planning for the renovations started eight years ago and co-owner Daniel Nesbitt is happy the wait is over.
Sister Bay Village President Dave Lienau had the honor of cutting the ribbon to conclude the roughly 45-minute ceremony. He says there is more good news than just the wider aisles and bigger selection.
After opening its doors nearly 40 years, Nesbitt says its newest features include a soup and salad bar and outdoor seating.