Take a moment to envision a brand new Dream Dance Steak. Stepping through an archway filled with wine bottles, you enter the dining room, and at the bar ... In just a few months, that vision will be a reality.
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After the departure of Chef Chase Anderson last spring, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino has announced the new chef who will take the helm at Dream Dance Steak.
November is National Native American Heritage Month. And if you love food, there's no better way to gain an appreciation for the oft-overlooked influence of Native American cuisine than at the annual Native American Heritage Dinner at Dream Dance Steak.
In this series, we ask chefs around the city to recommend three dishes that embody the best of what they offer. In this edition, we talk with Dream Dance Steak Chef Chase Anderson about his takes on their new dinner menu.
There's nothing quite like a perfectly cooked slab of meat, be it a ribeye, a New York Strip or a tender, juicy filet. And according to you - our readers - there's one classic spot that does it better than anyone else in the city.
Chef Chase Anderson grew up loving food. "I started cooking when I was like eight years old," he says. "And I was never a picky eater; I've always been open to trying new things. In fact, if it had anything to do with food, I was all about it."
In honor of its first 25 years in business, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino will be rolling out a series of special events for its employees and the community -- including dining and gaming specials - beginning this month.
Amid all the great spots to eat, hotel restaurants can fall to the wayside for no good reason at all. So, we asked our editorial team to weigh in on their favorite hotel restaurants around the city.
Chase Anderson, new executive chef at Dream Dance Steak, says he wants to bring the shine back to a restaurant that has lost its luster over the years. A preview of the new menu says he's on the right track.
Suprise, suprise! It was a relative newcomer who captured your vote for best restaurant wine list. In fact your pick, Wine Maniacs, beat out a number of top restaurants with Wine Spectator standing.
Jason Gorman will be returning to Milwaukee to take over food and beverage operations at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
There's nothing quite like a perfectly cooked slab of meat, and according to you the readers, nobody does that quite as well as Five O'Clock Steakhouse, which climbed out from its second place finish last year to snatch the meat gold medal.
Matthew Baier, of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino's Dream Dance Steak, is moving on from his position to join the culinary team at Sendik's Food Markets.
In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek interviews Matt Baier of Dream Dance Steak.
A brand new indoor urban farm on Milwaukee's east side will produce a wide variety of microgreens - tiny edible plants that pack both a nutritional and flavorful punch.