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Pop-Up Restaurants Give Chefs Creative License

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A pop-up restaurant will appear somewhere in Milwaukee this Saturday.

The concept has been around for a while. The idea is to introduce diners to new and different cuisines from chefs whose work they may already be familiar with. 

But a new twist on the pop-up concept adds a social layer to it. Dinner Lab is a New Orleans-based company which sets up pop up restaurants in cities around the country – especially focusing on markets besides giants like New York and Los Angeles.

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The sixth one to take place in Milwaukee is this Saturday night, at a location yet to be announced. Edie Feinstein and Brian Bourdainick of Dinner Lab joined Lake Effect's Bonnie North and food contributor Kyle Cherek in the studio.

Dinner Lab’s Milwaukee event with Chicago chef Gabriel Moya will be this Saturday night at a location to be announced. 

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Bonnie North
Bonnie joined WUWM in March 2006 as the Arts Producer of the locally produced weekday magazine program Lake Effect.
Kyle Cherek is a culinary historian and food essayist. He was the former host of Wisconsin Foodie on PBS, and for over a decade he has chronicled regional food stories, exploring where our food comes from, and how it shapes who we are. His signature wit and keen observations have made him a sought-after keynote speaker, media contributor, and culinary storyteller. Kyle has been awarded the Wisconsin Broadcast Association Award twice for his compelling essays on food culture.