The Corners of Brookfield: Better in a Sweater

Town of Brookfield, Wis. – Although cooler weather may be just around the corner, there’s no end in sight for fun experiences at The Corners of Brookfield town center. Thanks to its stringent safety protocols, abundant outdoor space and wide range of shopping, dining and entertainment options, the popular town center has been bustling with activity through the summer months. As fall and winter bring cooler temperatures, the center and its tenants are working together to ensure there continue to be plentiful opportunities to shop, dine and be entertained, whether outside or inside.

Fall-fresco dining is easy at The Corners, where patrons can enjoy outdoor dining comfortably thanks to dozens of patio heaters being set up at BelAir Cantina, Café Hollander, Goddess and the Baker, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Silverspot Cinema and Wahlburgers. Four fire pits with lounge furniture are also being installed at the town center to provide added seating and comfort for guests.

Additionally, restaurant partners are making adjustments to their indoor and outdoor spaces to create a welcoming and comfortable environment heading into the cooler months:

  • BelAir Cantina is installing plastic, adjustable shields at the restaurant’s new, expanded 85-foot bar space to provide a barrier between patrons.
  • To best accommodate those using the town center as a workspace and help streamline to-go orders, Goddess and the Baker and The Corners are partnering on the “Goddess Lounge – Work & Study Space,” a new lounge space located on High Street just south of Goddess and the Baker. Patrons will be able to order food and drinks from the lounge while enjoying a cozy workspace with socially distanced couches and tables.
  • Silverspot Cinema has extended their private screening experience through October. Guests can rent a theater with their family and friends and play their own content from a streaming service or purchase tickets to see the latest releases.

The town center has also extended its hours heading into the fall season and as many patrons look to get an early start on holiday shopping this year. New hours are 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. from Monday – Saturday and 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday. More details on holiday shopping plans, curbside pickup adjustments and more will soon be announced.

“At the Corners, we think everything is better in a sweater and we want to embrace the cooler weather to come,” said Chelsea Roessler, director of marketing and events. “Whether you feel content dining inside or prefer to stay outside, The Corners is seamlessly transitioning to be sure every patron has a safe seat at the table and a fun experience.”

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the town center has implemented stringent practices and policies to keep guests safe. For additional information about tenants, dining and safety precautions, visit