Bronzeville’s Jewels Caribbean will help you escape the Milwaukee winter with tasty West Indian treats

Bronzeville’s Jewels Caribbean will help you escape the Milwaukee winter with tasty West Indian treats

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Jewels Caribbean

Family owned and operated, Jewels Caribbean will serve lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. They will be serving dishes like traditional beef patties with coco bread, Accras (fried saltfish fritters, rice and peas, curried goat, and more.  Other items will include Trini Corn Soup, Creole red snapper, chicken and beef dumplings, jerk burgers, roti rolls, and more.

In addition to serving food, Jewels Caribbean will host events and live music.  Jewels Caribbean will host a grand opening on Nov. 24 from 6pm-9pm. There will be live music from reggae band, Kojo and DJ Natasha Jewels will be spinning dancehall, reggae, afrobeat, and more til close.

Full disclosure: DJ Natasha Jewels works at 88Nine Radio Milwaukee as part-time on-air host and her family owns and operates Jewels Caribbean

Hours

Monday closed
Tuesday 10am-11pm
Wednesday 10am-11pm
Thursday 10am-1:30am
Friday 10am-1:30am
Saturday 10am – 1:30am
Sunday 10am – 3pm
88Nine Radio Milwaukee
New restaurant, Jewels Caribbean opens on November 24 with live reggae music

Just in time for the winter, a new Caribbean restaurant will open on Nov. 24 in the Bronzeville neighborhood.  Located at 2230 N Doctor M.L.K. Jr Dr, Jewels Caribbean will serve of a variety of West Indian dishes with a focus on St. Lucian cuisine.