We are open again for dine-in service.
Big Al's Pizza will be operating at 50% capacity while following social distancing measures in the restaurant and on our patio. We will of course have our usual high standards of cleanliness and sanitation throughout our restaurant. Please note that we will also be limiting groups to no more than 6.
Thank you again and again to the La Crosse community for supporting us and other local businesses during these crazy weeks. We can never say how thankful we are for you all!
We're excited to welcome you back for more happy hours full of great drinks, pizza and good company!
Carryout still available!
To place an order call 608.782.7550.
DRIVE THRU OPEN 11am-7pm
Monday - Saturday: 8 am - 6 pm and Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
Dedicated Senior & At-Risk Shopping Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 8 am - 9 am and Sunday 10 am - 11 am
Open Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 8 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., Delivery available from downtown location only from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
There is an Express location at 270 West 3rd Street, Winona MN open 6:30 am - 4 pm. This location has a drive-thru.
Online ordering is available at all locations.
Closed until further notice.
We are open for business to support you with your auto repair and maintenance needs.
3/27/20 Press release from Boys & Girls Club of Greater La Crosse:
2020 Boys & Girls Club “Supper Club” and Virtual Programming
LA CROSSE, WI – A display of passion, support and community: the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater
La Crosse began delivering meals to some of its most vulnerable members.
The Boys & Girls Club will be delivering 250 evening meals to kids in need Monday-Friday with 2 meals being
delivered to each on Saturday. “Our mission must stay strong but our methods in delivering these services must
be adjusted for the time being,” said Boys & Girls Club Executive Director, Jake Erickson. “It has been hard for
us to not see our members on a daily basis, but this is just one of many ways that our staff can stay connected
and support kids during this difficult time.”
The Waterfront Restaurant is preparing and packaging all of the meals for Club staff to pick up and deliver to
the families. The Weber Group’s Managing Director, Libby Spirer, says, “Our staff and our community have
always been a priority with The Weber Group, and the opportunity to support both through the operations of
The Waterfront Restaurant has been a blessing. Not only are we looking to keep our employees working during
this time, but we are able to fill a greater need by providing so many children in our community with nutritional
support. We are proud to partner with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater La Crosse.”
The Club has also received support for the “BGC Supper Club” from the La Crosse Area Emergency Response
Fund - A coalition of La Crosse Community Foundation, Great Rivers United Way, and generous business and
individual supporters. “"Local nonprofit organizations, like Boys & Girls Club, have done an inspirational job
in creatively meeting the needs of their participants who they have to serve in a different way now. A $10,000
grant to ensure local children get healthy meals is exactly the type of funding we're looking to provide through
the La Crosse Area Emergency Response Fund,” says the La Crosse Community Foundation’s Program
Director, Katie Berkedal.
This time of uncertainty has created a lot of stress for everyone, but especially for families that were already
facing hardships. “I am a single mother Four. When we heard about the meal program through the BGC it was
a huge blessing. It has given us security and my children a full belly every night. We are so grateful for their
services, as well as the thoughtful notes they leave with each meal, spreading positivity. Each night we hang
their note on our fridge as a reminder that, even though we are all apart, we are loved and cared about,” said the
parent of a Boys & Girls Club member receiving meals.
In addition to evening meals, the Club has also began virtual programming to provide fun activities for kids to
do while they are home. “We are happy to provide activities that allow kids to put down their devices for awhile
and stay busy in fun and healthy ways. On a daily basis, our Directors are focusing on fun challenges, ways to
stay active and simple mental health techniques that can help them through this difficult time ,” said Boys &
Girls Club’s Director of Program Development, Teigen Haye.
The Club continues to be a resource for all, so please visit www.bgclax.org to participate in virtual
programming or find contact information to connect with Club staff if you are in need of assistance. “I have
always been very proud of our team, but now more than ever, I am so thankful to have a dedicated people that
want to do everything in their power to help our community,” says Erickson. “They are the true difference makers."
We are open in the boutique and for massage therapy! Curbside pickup is still available as well. Give us a call at (608)783-8380, or order online at www.brilliantbodywork.com/store
(only two in-store at a time) Monday, Thursday, Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – noon.
Open from 11am until 7pm for curbside pickup.
Call 608-781-5900 or order online at burrachos.com
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