Four places to eat vegan in Milwaukee
Strange Town has, “a small kitchen without bells and whistles, and they work around it, making baked rice balls, mushroom tartine, beets in Japanese marinade shio koji and a really inventive sea vegetable salad with ginger crema and spirulina, a high-protein algae. They make the edgy seem simple and somehow familiar.”
At Café Manna, “raw food was an unexpected hit from the beginning and remains popular thanks to healthy-but-tasty dishes like raw nut-meat nachos and Thai rolls with collard greens.”
“Vegans and dabblers alike can enjoy fresh juices, acai bowls and entrées made with whole-plant food. Raw desserts crafted from dates, oats, nuts, and coconut milk are available as grab-and-go bites.”
“The menu goes well beyond the crepes it started with in 2015 to a mushroom barley burger, veggie-heavy Buddha bowl and Ethiopian lentil-sweet potato wrap. Recipes favor organic ingredients and avoid the packaged meat alternatives that used to prevail.”
Upcoming food events
Anthony Bourdain memorial dinner
In memoriam of of Anthony Bourdain and his recent passing, Mistral is offering a special prix fixe menu based on his Les Halles Cookbook. Proceeds will go to The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. They’re offering the menu until tomorrow, June 23.
Sendik’s Towne Centre summer kick-off
Sangria Fest is this Sunday, June 24 at Hotel Madrid!
Greek Fest 2018 is this whole weekend at the Wisconsin State Fair Park. Get free admission and taste a lot of delicious and authentic Greek cuisine. Get more details here.
New chocolate pairing classes
Indulgence Chocolatiers has a whole new schedule of chocolate and drink pairing classes. Some of them involve sangria. Check them out here.
This week, we’re going vegan—well, our show is, we aren’t. We also have your food event news for the week and a lot of it is sangria-related.
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