Counter-service joint specializing in rice bowls, with salmon, ahi tuna, shrimp, chicken or veggies.
Poke is the Hawaiian phenom that traditionally describes chunks of raw fish marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil. Until recently, this creation had marginal visibility on local menus. But if “healthy” and “sushi-grade ahi tuna” make your heart go pitter-patter, your poke “bowl” haven has arrived: Freshfin Poké.
Like sitting in an upscale fish house in New England ?? that??s the intention. Windows on three sides present an impeccable view of Lake Michigan on a clear day. Serves a stellar buffet-style, all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch. The oyster bar and caviar service are highlights.
What fits more aptly in a city working to rebrand itself as a center of aquaculture than a modern seafood house?
The owners of marbled and glossy Third Coast Provisions opened their Milwaukee Street space in hopes of filling our area’s dearth of seafood options. Although the restaurant’s name refers to our shoreline, the Great Lakes aren’t the main source of the menu’s fresh catches. In these modern times, it doesn’t matter where you are – fresh seafood flown in daily to the Midwest from the coasts is no sweat. Read more…
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