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New seafood restaurant coming to Milwaukee this summer

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.

This week on This Bites, we talked about Third Coast Provisions, a new seafood restaurant coming this Summer to downtown Milwaukee. We also talked about a local bar/restaurant owner's response to a bad Yelp review that went viral. Then we discussed where local Chefs go out to eat in the city. Finally, we talked about Braise's new course on preparing the perfect picnic basket.

Listen to the podcast below.

New seafood restaurant coming to downtown Milwaukee

The chef of Merriment Social, Andrew Miller, will be opening a new seafood restaurant called Third Coast Provisions later this summer. The restaurant will be located in the space that used to be the former home of Carnevor.  Third Coast Provisions will have an oyster bar in the basement. On the main level, you will be able to get dishes like lobster pot pie, chowdah fries. You can read more about Third Coast Provisions on Milwaukee Magazine's website.

Karma Bar & Grill owner's response to a bad Yelp Review goes viral

Earlier this week, the owner of Karma Bar & Grill responded to a one-star Yelp review of his establishment. His review went viral. The owner decided to critique the Yelper's reviews of other establishments like Starbucks, Milwaukee's Elsa's and others.  Ann and I discuss the impact of Yelp reviews.

Where local Chefs go when they eat out in Milwaukee

Ann talked to several local chefs about where they go out to eat in Milwaukee.  You can read the article over at Milwaukee Magazine's website.

Braise is offering a class on preparing the perfect picnic basket

On July 14, Braise will be offering a class titled 'Perfect Picnic.'  For $65, you will learn about the quintessential picnic food.  In the class, you will make scallion crackers, pork rillettes, curried fruit chutney, olive oil jam, and pickled vegetables. Learn more about the class here.




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