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Right where it belongs!

The “modern” mac and cheese restaurant? What, pray tell, is that? Green chile pepperjack, buffalo chicken and chicken bacon jalapeño ranch are among the 10 to 12, made-to-order entrée options at Grate Mac & Cheese, a fast-casual restaurant opening in Menonomee Falls in late summer.

The parent company is Roaring Fork Restaurant Group, owner of many Qdoba Mexican Eats franchises in the area. The mac and cheese joint will occupy 2,500 square feet in the new Whitestone Station development (N92 W16125 Falls Parkway).

Diners can watch their mac and cheese creation as it cooks in the restaurant’s Woodstone oven. For the all-important dairy aspect, Roaring Fork is working with family-owned, Door County-based Renard’s Cheese (a company known for its cheese curds and bricks of cheddar, Colby, Muenster and others). The menu will also have salads, a kids’ menu and a selection of desserts. More info to come.