5 O'clock Club
Back in the 1920s when Yugoslavian immigrants, Grandpa Frank and Grandma Mary Kizivat moved to Pewaukee from Milwaukee, our long driveway was flanked by stately elm trees. There were tall corn fields, cow pastures, and peaceful summer cottages for rent on the lake. The present parking area was a sweeping lawn furbished with a horse barn and a pump house. Large manicured vegetable gardens provided a bounty of produce, for both canning for the long winters and sharing with visiting friends and relatives during the prime harvesting seasons. A scenic "honeymoon" cottage and an amusement park were in full swing, and people traveled from afar for the rejuvenating spring waters and spas nearby. Bountiful spring-fed lakes provided recreation for quaint family gatherings. Life was a bit slower. People were closer-knit.
As times have changed, we have tried to retain an atmosphere even though most of the old buildings are gone and we have many new neighbors. After four generations of family ownership, we still continue to provide freshly made meals with quality ingredients sourcing local and statewide seasonal products whenever possible.