Although Weissgerber’s Seven Seas in Delafield closed at the end of 2020 after nearly four decades in business, people can still take a piece of its history with them.
Seven Seas, 1807 Nagawicka Road, is holding a memorabilia and furniture sale from noon to 4 p.m. March 6 and 7, according to the restaurant’s Facebook page.
“Stop by one last time to get a piece of History!” the post said.
According to pictures attached to the post, the sale will feature glassware, Seven Seas growlers, nautical decor, such as pirate and boat figurines, and framed pictures and artwork. To view the photos, visit facebook.com/sevenseaswisconsin.
In fall 2020, the restaurant and event space overlooking Lake Nagawicka was put up for sale after 39 years in business.
In a previous interview, owner Linda Weissgerber said they had “no other choice but to make that difficult decision” because of COVID-19.
“We are so grateful for (our customers) many years of loyalty and are very sad it had to come to this,” she had said. “But somehow, everyone’s life has been changed with this terrible disease.”
Linda and her late husband, Jack — whose parents opened the Golden Mast Inn in 1967 — opened Seven Seas in 1981.
Seven Seas’ final day of operation was Dec. 31, 2020, according to a statement on sevenseaswi.com.
The property — listed at $4.95 million — currently has a contingent offer, according to its real estate listing. Further information about its future owner was unavailable.
The listing said the property is on 3.79 acres and has 284 feet of east-side frontage that includes a wet boathouse and eight piers.
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