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Edible Milwaukee Magazine Launch Party and Friendraiser

May 18, 2013 - 19:00 to 22:00
Great Lakes Distillery
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Two local organizations are joining forces to garner support and celebrate the launch of the new food-focused publication, Edible Milwaukee.

Food lovers with a conscience, MKEfoodies, and chefs-for-a-cause, Milwaukee - Food for Thought, are proud to announce the Edible Milwaukee Launch Party and Friendraiser, which will will take place Saturday, May 18th from 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Great Lakes Distillery, 616 W. Virginia St, in Milwaukee’s Fifth Ward.

The event will feature small plates and sample portions from Milwaukee-area restaurants and food producers, giving guests a hearty taste of some of the best food and drink our city has to offer. Participants include:

  • Atomic Chocolate
  • Buckley’s Restaurant and Bar
  • Chef Gregory Leon
  • Harvest Cafe - Watertown
  • Martha’s Pimento Cheese
  • Maxie’s
  • The National Cafe & Catering
  • Odd Duck
  • Sazama’s
  • Wolf Peach
  • Valentine Coffee
  • and more

 

A cash bar will be available, thanks to the talented staff at Great Lakes Distillery.

In addition to local food and drink offerings, guests will have an opportunity to bid on silent auction items from Alice’s Garden, Atomic Chocolates and Times Square Pizza, Braise, CityTins, Indulgence Chocolatiers, Marcus Hotels, Nueske’s, Rishi Tea, Skylight Theater, Stone Creek Coffee, Wellspring, and other local companies and artisans.

Tickets for the fund-raiser are $50 in advance, with a very limited number of tickets available for $75 at the door.  For tickets go to:  http://ediblemkelaunch-mkefoodies.eventbrite.com/

All proceeds will benefit Edible Milwaukee’s mission: to amplify Milwaukee's achievements to food fans locally and nationwide; to highlight the unique cultural makeup of the city and pay homage to each group's contributions to our foodscape; and to honor Milwaukee's historical food traditions, whether they are in the past or being revitalized by new producers.

Edible Milwaukee