World war II and Korean war veterans have a new place to meet. Come and celebrate your stories with old war buddies, and meet some new ones. We’ll have the music you love, and free coffee and light snacks. The Bunkers is wheelchair accessible!

Want to know more about Jo and her altruistic efforts in Kenosha, check out an interview with her by Donnie of the Ktown Connects Podcast on Youtube. Jo and Donnie talk about the organization, the coffee house, and upcoming events you won’t want to miss. Click here: or on the picture!

Members of the Kenosha Area Vietnam Veterans Honor Guard visited the coffee house this morning , April 19th. We had been at the Heroes Cafe, and decided to go see the good folks at the Bunkers. The free coffee and Apple Fritter didn’t make us sorry either. Neither did the awesome company!

If you haven’t been to Milwaukee Burger lately, here’s a really good reason to go. MKE Burger on 9901-77th Street is going to donate part of all sales between 6pm and 9pm. Come have a great meal and help the company that brings us the Bunker Coffee House.

Join Walkin’ In My Shoes at their “Count Me In” campaign event on SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2024. 5PM – 11PM. The Gala will include a Social Hour, Buffet Dinner, Live Auction, DJ Reception, Presentation of Awards to Honorees, and Announcement of the 2024 “COUNT ME IN” Campaign “Getting our Vets and Youth Off The STREETS”

$50 per Person, e-ticket must be purchased at (QR Code below)

Dress Attire: Semi Formal



Musical performance by Local Artist Leroy Booker!

About Leroy Booker: Leroy Booker is a multi-talented singer and songwriter from Kenosha, WI, who is quickly gaining buzz for his catchy hooks and clever lyrics. His lyrics are often drawn from his personal experiences, but he is careful to strike a balance between reality and exaggeration. His journey as a music artist started after his audition with American Idol. This artist’s come up was not overnight, as Leroy Booker has invested countless hours into his grind on his rise to the top. His career has started to take off to new heights with his breakout single, “Ponder”. Other hits including “No Idol” and his most recent release, “Black Card”have landed him in the palms of his ever growing fan base.

We can see the future… You’re going to be very hungry on the following two evenings…

Buona and Rainbow Cone in Pleasant Prairie, 7523 115th Ave., will host a “Benefit Night” on Monday, March 18, where 20 percent of all sales will go to the nonprofit organization.

Milwaukee Burger Co., 9901 77th St., in Pleasant Prairie, will host their fundraiser on Monday, March 25, from 6-9 pm.

Please consider supporting the organization that brings you the Bunker Coffeehouse for Vets!

We found a way to reopen in February that you are going to love! As most of you are aware, Mission BBQ Kenosha is extremely active with the veteran community, and we are proud that they chose the Bunker Coffeehouse for Veterans as a spot to show it (yet again)!

If you haven’t been to the coffee house yet, we think you are in for a surprise at what a great meeting spot we are. We hope to see you there at Noon on February 9th for some great food and camaraderie.

We will be closed until February 7, 2024. We hope to see you in February. Until then…

Sponsored by Walkin’ In My Shoes, “Bunker Coffee House for VETS”, & Vault Catering.

Hope to see you all there!