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jwcolo Oct 4, 2010 08:29 AM

We went out to a Hush event where the food was cooked by Chef Bob Blair of Fuel café, everything from where we ate( a field set up with several long tables put up end to end) the food ( one example Ajo Blanco Soup with Striped Bass, Membrillo, Avocado Ice cream, Tobiko, Chive. Wine pairing was Jean-Babtiste Adam - Riesling Reserve) to the wonderful guitar music played live near the tables made for a wonderful experience.

Now I know this is not the typical dinner at Fuel but if this is the kind of dishes Chef Blair can put out when he has to cart the food out to a staging area then get them all to the outside table, I can’t wait to see what he can do inside the walls of his own restaurant. The evening was just a lot of fun not only with the food being interesting and the wine being good, but it was great meeting the people sitting next to us and also experiencing the meal through them.

We would defiantly suggest giving both fuel café and Hush a try you won’t regret it. If you would like to see pictures and more info on the evening feel free to visit our blog at www.milehigheater.com

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Fuel Cafe
818 E Center St, Milwaukee, WI 53212

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  1. Foodfroggy RE: jwcolo Oct 11, 2010 10:12 AM

    Sounds like your experience was alot better than mine. I tried it on Saturday night and my grouper was overcooked and spinach oversalted. However, the burrata and cauliflower appetizers were very tasty and seasoned to perfection.

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      jwcolo RE: Foodfroggy Oct 15, 2010 03:15 PM

      Ouch sorry your meal wasent as good as ours (

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