Tuesday, August 11, 2020
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Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Those who experience Mabel Gray Kitchen are sure to feel the restaurant’s embrace of Detroit’s storied history, paired with the modern and adventurous nature of its delectable, yet ever-changing menu. Chef Rigato brings his approachable and reclaimed but refined technique to this motor city gem.
Theme: Regional American
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
In arguably one of the most Instagrammable restaurants in Chicago, Chef Jimmy Papadopolous has created a vibrant and upscale yet quirky modern American brasserie with cult favorite dishes.
Reservations are required and can be made here. Please contact us with dietary restrictions at least 3 days in advance of your reservation.
Given the nature of the space and our limited seating, a cancellation within 48 hours will incur 1/2 price charge of dinner. A no show or cancellation after 12pm day of will incur the full amount of the dinner including a service fee.
For private events or off-site catering please contact Jackie Lee email@example.com
Dinner at EsterEv is offered Friday and Saturday, starting promptly at 6:30 p.m.
The ten-course menu is $95 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity; beverage pairings are available for $50.
Seating is family style at two tables of ten.
The globally influenced menu changes monthly.
Zach had been cooking professionally for 11 years with a heavy background in butchery and charcuterie. Cooking from the west coast to the midwest, he's spent the last 2 years with the JVR Hospitality Group, helping open Fauntleroy, before transferring to EsterEv. He enjoys dogs, corndogs, heavy metal, and baking pâté.
Wine Director JVR Hospitality Group
Claire has been in the restaurant industry for the past 17 years. After studying French and German at UW-Lacrosse and then traveling and living abroad, she settled back in Milwaukee. She's been with the JVR Group for 3 years and currently maintains the wine programs for both Fauntleroy and EsterEv. She enjoys cookies, gardening, and all things wine.
Kate started creating pottery in 1994, and after graduating from University of Illinois Springfield in 2003, started working as a ceramic lab technician in Chicago. She and Dan moved from Chicago to Milwaukee in 2011. Kate started making plates for restaurants in 2012 which turned into The Plate Collective starting in 2014. They bring different restaurants together to create a unique dining experience. Kate works with the chefs to make a vessel specifically for each course. The plates are displayed in a 5 course dinner and are then taken back to the different restaurants. You can see her plates in many restaurants around Milwaukee and in Madison, Chicago, and Minneapolis.
This place serves excellent food, very authentic, if you like the taste of real Chinese flavors this is the place, not to mention a great atmosphere.
Amazing. Dishes are so well put together. The only complaint is that we expected some dishes to be spicy but they weren't. That said, they had so much flavor developed in them that it didn't matter. Stayed for two hours and just kept ordering more. Good beer selection. Awesome tea selection. This is a place not to miss. Meet the Dans while you're there!
Experience was Great!! The server was awesome. She knew the menu in and out, she made great suggestion and had a great personality. Dan the owner/chef was very accommodating and knows how to put a menu together. Great place will be back every time I'm in Milwaukee.
Overall the meal was excellent! Service was amazing, our server explained everything so passionately and elegantly, and the dishes were just that. Will be back soon! Yumberry desert for the win!!!