Flourchild pizza opens its dining room Friday in downtown Milwaukee

Flourchild pizza opens its dining room Friday in downtown Milwaukee
Flourchild debuts its dining room and bar April 29 at 722 N. Milwaukee St. Artwork by Slawek Miskow, including this mural, decorates the restaurant, which serves sourdough pizzas, sandwiches and other menu items.

Flourchild, the extended-awaited downtown pizzeria by the chef-proprietor of Third Coast Provisions and Merriment Social, opens its eating space Friday. 

Flourchild is at 722 N. Milwaukee St., the previous site of Distil lounge. It truly is been giving takeout considering that March as get the job done on the restaurant wrapped up. 

The several hours on opening weekend will be 5 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Beginning next week, Flourchild will be open up 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, 5 to 10 Friday and Saturday, and 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, whilst the restaurant will be closed Mother’s Day.

The cafe, by chef Andrew Miller, will highlight Miller’s pizza created with very long-fermented dough but also will provide double-patty burgers ($17) and other sandwiches, like Italian cured meats on property focaccia ($16), as very well as salads, mac and cheese, appetizers and desserts.

Pizzas, appetizers, sandwiches and mac and cheese are on the menu at Flourchild.

At the bar, Flourchild will have cocktails, beer and purely natural wine.

Miller described the bar choices as “gentle and crushable,” beverages that will match very well with pizza. That involves 3 Sheeps Brewing’s pilsner amongst the 8 draft traces and Spain’s Azimut sparkling wine by the glass. The bar’s cocktails consist of a person termed Place Seaside Break (pear brandy, Benedictine, Kümmel caraway liqueur, salted agaze, lemon and tarragon oil, $13).

The bar at Flourchild will be mixing cocktails. It also has beer and natural wines.

The eating area, which has a mural and other artwork by Slawek Miskow, seats 60, and the bar can seat 20. Patrons can take in at the bar, as effectively.

Abnormal for a restaurant downtown, Flourchild has a kid’s menu.

“We’ve recognized a good deal much more households getting carryout from us and want to be an option for ‘families evening out,’ ” Miller said by email. “So we considered it was vital to have a kids’ menu that is not just an afterthought.”