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Where to get Easter brunch in Milwaukee, plus a Star Trek replicator coming soon (sort of)

In this episode of This Bites, we talked about places to grab Easter brunch in Milwaukee, local chocolatiers to satisfy your sweet tooth after brunch, new vendors at Third Street Market Hall, the Milwaukee Buck playoff menu, the return of Jewels Caribbean and news about a molecular beverage printer that is inspired by the Star Trek replicator.

Milwaukee Magazine has a comprehensive list of places to get brunch this Easter Sunday including places like Bacchus, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Libby Montana Bar & Grill, The Italian Community Center and more. Then Ann shared a list of five amazing places that makes tasty chocolate treats like Northern Chocolate Co., Ultimate Confections, and more.

Bucks playoff run begins this Sunday at Fiserv Forum, and they have a special menu that will be offered during the playoffs.

The new items come in advance of the first round of the NBA Playoffs between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Chicago Bulls. Game one is Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at Fiserv Forum. The new concession items at Fiserv Forum include:

  • Klement’s Greek Dog available at Klement’s stands
  • Klement’s Chili Dog available at Klement’s stands
  • Laughing Taco beef tacos
  • Italian Beef available at Canal Street Pizza

The Laughing Taco also recently added elote and nachos to its menu at Fiserv Forum. The new menu items at The MECCA include:

  • Giant Pretzel with queso blanco and beer mustard
  • Spinach artichoke dip
  • Hot honey garlic wings and Nashville hot wings
  • Soy chorizo, Chinese pork and adobo chicken tacos
  • Gooey grilled cheese
  • Asian ribs
  • Cereal bar

Jewels Caribbean Grand Re-Opening

Jewels Caribbean is having its Grand Re-Opening on Friday, April 15 at 6 p.m. At 7 p.m. they have KOJO performing live along with JD Rankin and Club Exodus, so the night will be a mix of reggae, soca, dancehall and Afrobeats. The menu for their Grand Re-Opening Friday includes a curry goat meal, and favorite dishes like jerk chicken, curry chicken, curry fish and more. This spring and summer they will be serving dinner Friday and Saturday evenings 6 - 9 p.m.

CANA molecular beverage printer

From the press release:

Cana One prints thousands of beverages on your kitchen countertop – from juice, soft drinks and iced coffee, to hard seltzers, wine, and cocktails – without the need for plastic, aluminum, glass or other wasteful containers.

  • Cana One can produce a variety of beverages — from juice, soft drinks, and iced coffee to hard seltzers, wine, and sophisticated cocktails — without the carbon-intensive, trash-generating, industrial beverage and bottling complex
  • Based on scientific breakthroughs and a novel microfluidic liquid dispense technology, Cana One lets you personalize every pour – including sugar, caffeine, alcohol, portion size, vitamins and other supplements
  • Cana offers unique discovery experiences, novel brands, and options for every lifestyle or preference

Cana One, which sits on a kitchen countertop, offers unique discovery experiences, novel brands, and options for every lifestyle or preference. Customers use Cana’s touchscreen display to explore, discover, and create their perfect drink from thousands of beverage types and brands. Customers can personalize every beverage to their preferred levels of alcohol, caffeine, or sugar, customizing beverages for breakfast, post-workout, dinner or relaxation.
“Cana One is designed to give each customer convenience, savings, and an experience they didn’t know they were craving – while cleaning up the planet,” said Cana CEO Matt Mahar, whose team includes Nike, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Google, Apple and food tech alumni. “It’s like having a personalized beverage aisle in your kitchen – with zero trash or hassle from plastic, aluminum, and glass containers.”

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