RARE Steakhouse Hires Executive Chef
Highly anticipated premier steakhouse brings Midwest talent to Milwaukee’s 833 East
MILWAUKEE – RARE Steakhouse announced today that Chef Paul Morrison will serve as Executive Chef of its highly anticipated new Milwaukee restaurant.
Chef Paul comes to RARE Steakhouse after years of experience at numerous powerhouse Midwest restaurants, including Chicago’s Miller’s Pub and ZED451. Chef Paul also worked as Executive Sous Chef and Chef de Cuisine at Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse in the Mohegan Sun Casino.
“We couldn’t be happier to have Chef Paul join our team,” said Jack Sosnowski, President and CEO of Noble Chef Hospitality. “His experience and creativity in the kitchen make him the perfect fit for our team. We know he is going to have a major impact on the dining scene in downtown Milwaukee.”
Opening in May, Noble Chef Hospitality’s RARE Steakhouse offers a premier dining experience. Created by Wisconsin natives for Wisconsin diners, RARE features USDA Prime steaks from Meats By Linz of Chicago, amazing wines and truly remarkable service. Like its Madison counterpart, RARE Milwaukee will have a classic setting, private dining rooms and space equipped with technology for meeting capabilities. RARE will soon be a leading lunch and dinner destination in Milwaukee.
“I’ve been involved in the Chicago restaurant scene for the last ten years, but I could tell RARE Steakhouse was something special,” said Morrison. “I look forward to making Milwaukee my home and assisting in contributing to the ‘RARE experience,’ as well as cooking the best steaks in town for our guests.”
Chef Paul will make his Milwaukee debut when RARE opens in in 833 East this May.
About Noble Chef Hospitality
Noble Chef Hospitality is proud to be the restaurant group of popular Madison restaurants such as Ivory Room Piano Bar, Buck and Badger, Capital Tap Haus, RARE Steakhouse – Madison and Freiburg Gastropub. Noble Chef looks forward to opening RARE Steakhouse – Milwaukee this May. For more information on Noble Chef, visit http://noblechefhospitality.com/.
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