Each Friday at 8am on 88Nine, Milwaukee Magazine’s dining critic, Ann Christenson, and 88Nine foodie Tarik Moody discuss Milwaukee’s culinary and restaurant culture.
On this week’s show, we talked about places to eat on St. Patrick’s Day We also talked about Mason Street’s movie themed dinners, Third Coast Provisions’ Oak & Oyster bar, and more.
Listen to the podcast below.
St. Patrick’s Day in Milwaukee
Milwaukee’s County Clare has a special menu for today which features items like root soup, curry fries, Irish stew, corned beef & cabbage and more.
Lulu Cafe & Bar
Today, Lulu Cafe & Bar in Bay View will be serving McCorry’s Irish Stew which has tender lamb and beef with red & gold potatoes and baby carrots, in a savory gravy made with Guinness, served with house-made soda bread (gluten/dairy) Here are some other dishes:
Irish Lamb Burger: Half pound beef and lamb burger chargrilled and served on a toasted Old World roll topped with Tiperrary Cheddar and smothered with whiskey glazed onions. $11.95
Corned Beef & Swiss: Tender corned beef on toasted marbled rye with melted Swiss cheese, served with a side of creamy horseradish sauce. $8.95
Emerald Isle Salmon Salad: Fresh salmon fillet lightly seasoned, grilled, and set on crisp spring greens tossed in a dill-Dijon vinaigrette with tiny tomatoes, grilled leeks, boiled potato wedges, and sliced hard-boiled egg, served with crisp crostini. $13.00
McKiernan’s Irish Tavern
McBob’s Pop-Up at 5513 W. North Ave
McBob’s is hosting a pop up at their catering kitchen till 6pm today. You can get several dishes to go including:
- Corned Beef Sandwiches $10.08
- Reuben Sandwiches $12.20
- Farmers Dinners $13.26
- Boiled Dinner $13.26
- Irish Meatloaf $12.20
- Scotch Eggs – one $5.04 / two $9.28
- Irish Spring Rolls – one $5.04 / two $9.28
- Celtic Combo – one $5.04 / two $9.28
- Grilled Cheese $5.04
- Grilled Ham and Cheese $7.16
- Irish Soda Bread $6.36
- Bailey Balls one $1.33 / five $4.