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James Beard Local Dish Challenge: Wolf Peach Steps Up

October 2013

The James Beard Foundation, known for excellence in dining, has challenged more than 100 restaurants around the country to create a special single dish that showcases the tastes and talents of the establishment as part of their Taste of America Local Dish Competition. In Wisconsin, Milwaukee’s own Wolf Peach (1818 N. Hubbard St.) answered the call.

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Sous Me: Cole Ersel of Wolf Peach

OnMilwaukee.com

May 2013

A restaurant is lucky when it has a guy like Cole Ersel who spends his days breaking down whole animals and making charcuterie. Just ask Executive Chef Dan Jacobs of Wolf Peach:

“Cole is absolutely indispensable,” Jacobs explains. “Every week, we get a pig in to butcher for our sausages and chacuterie. Without him doing that – and doing it well – we could not achieve a good percentage of our menu.”

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Pastry in Milwaukee: Chase Anderson of Wolf Peach

OnMilwaukee.com

February 2013

You may never have met Wolf Peach’s Pastry Chef Chase Anderson, but if you’re like countless other folks who’ve passed through the doors of the restaurant, you’ve probably sampled his “to die for” chocolate polenta cake, served with preserved strawberries, caramel, and a scoop of Purple Door’s salted caramel ice cream.

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What’s For Dinner?

M Magazine

January 2013

Don’t let the cold, dark nights of winter stop you from enjoying some imaginative cuisine at area restaurants. Here are a few offerings that are sure to warm you up: Wolf Peach (1818 N. Hubbard St., Milwaukee, wolf-peach.com) has unveiled weeknight specials of the local rustic cuisine for which it is known.

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Art cards celebrate staff at Wolf Peach

The Business Journal

January 2013

With the rise of foodie culture, chefs are becoming something of local celebrities. Wolf Peach is taking that idea one step further with a new marketing concept. The restaurant, which opened in fall at 1818 N. Hubbard St., in Milwaukee, is issuing artistic cards representing members of its staff. Think baseball cards, only with better artwork and no statistics.

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Wolf Peach owner takes healthy approach

The Business Journal

December 2012

If you ask Gina Gruenewald to describe the greatest thing that ever happened to her, her answer might surprise you — a stroke. It happened a bit more than three years ago, when 80 percent of her brain was damaged and doctors said she would never be “normal” again.

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The Bar at Wolf Peach

MilwaukeeMag.com

December 2012

Change is never an easy thing, but I find it best to tackle it head-on. That’s why when the Brewer’s Hill restaurant formerly known as Roots reopened as Wolf Peach (1818 N. Hubbard St.), I rushed to try it out. First testing the waters for lunch with a co-worker, a few weeks later I found myself back at Wolf Peach a little after 7 p.m. on a Wednesday.

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You Say Tomato

MilwaukeeMag.com

December 2012

Wolf Peach gets its name from the tomato, but where does it get its food.

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Wolf Peach restaurant gets loan from MEDC

The Business Journal

December 2012

Wolf Peach, the restaurant that recently replaced Roots Restaurant and Cellar in Milwaukee’s Brewers Hill, has been approved for a $250,000 loan from the Milwaukee Economic Development Corp. The organization’s loan and finance committee approved the loan Tuesday afternoon for the restaurant at 1818 N. Hubbard St.

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Wolf Peach puts its own spin on former Roots space

JS Online

November 2012

It shifts a diner’s equilibrium to walk into a new restaurant that’s taken over the space of an old, familiar haunt. So it was when I visited Wolf Peach, the restaurant that opened early this month in the former Roots space, to gather a first impression. Oh, the bones were familiar – same contemporary building, same dramatic view of the downtown skyline from this perch in Brewers Hill. Some familiar faces, too.

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