The retail community of the Sussex WI area continues to grow and diversify alongside the growth of Waukesha County. Commercial areas reside mainly along State Highways 64 and 74, Country Trunk Highway VV and Main Street Sussex. The downtown district in Sussex features a walkable, pedestrian-friendly environment, historical architecture and a mix of local businesses. As part of the Village’s 2020 Comprehensive Plan, Downtown Sussex is experiencing revitalization efforts that will ultimately establish the heart of Sussex as an attractive commercial destination in southeastern Wisconsin.
Hungry patrons are afforded an eclectic selection of restaurants to choose from while in the Sussex WI area. A number of fast-food eateries cater to the diner on the run, while plenty of casual sit-down dining invite families and friends to take a seat and enjoy the company. A variety of menus are available, featuring everything from hamburgers, deli sandwiches, soups and salads to breakfast items, pizza and ethnic cuisine, including Japanese, Chinese, Italian and Mexican. Also, if the Sussex area doesn’t have it, one of its surrounding Waukesha County neighbors are sure to.
People visiting the Sussex WI area for the night, weekend or longer have access to several hotels and motels within a close distance of Sussex, Lannon and Lisbon. Visitors, whether here for business or pleasure, access lodging facilities in nearby Pewaukee, Waukesha, Germantown and Brookfield. Plus, downtown Milwaukee is an easy drive from the Sussex area, offering a wide range of hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts and charming inns.