It’s finally here!
Dave Swanson has announced that Braise Restaurant is now a reality. In the last few weeks, they have secured a space in Walker’s Point and are building out the restaurant and home for the culinary school.
Two buildings on the corner of 2nd Street and Washington make up the space. One is a 1907 cream-city brick building and the other a 1940′s era former bowling alley.
Those of you who have enjoyed Braise on the Go’s community dinners will be able share the same experience at the restaurant. Braise Restaurant will serve lunch, light appetizers and dinner offerings.
Of course, food, materials and anything else Braise can think of will be sourced locally and sustainably.
Possible menu items include spring time roasted asparagus and morel mushroom ragout with hand-made gnocchi; a late summer heirloom tomato salad; and braised pork belly with winter lacinato kale and beans. Pastries, bread, pickled veggies and seasonal cocktails will all be made from scratch.
Braise RSA, Braise on the Go, and Braise Home Delivery will continue to offer the best in local foods.
Swanson says, “I can’t wait to see you at the new place. My goal is to not only cook you a wonderful meal, but also to help you support small, independent local farmers and artisan producers.”
Stay tuned to MilwaukeeFood.com for the latest updates on Braise Restaurant.
More information can be found at www.Braiselocalfood.com