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French-Italian cafe Lupi and Iris opening in downtown Milwaukee

Chef Adam Siegel designed the kitchen for his soon-to-open restaurant, Lupi and Iris. The restaurant, which will serve a menu of French and Italian Mediterranean dishes, opens May 17 at 777 N. Van Buren St.

Lupi and Iris, serving dishes from the French and Italian Riviera, opens May possibly 17 at 777 N. Van Buren St., and that’s big news on the Milwaukee eating scene on two degrees. 

Initial, for sheer dimension: The cafe is 10,500 sq. feet on the 1st floor of the luxury apartment tower 7Seventy7. It can seat 160 men and women for frequent dining in several areas — dining home, chef’s counter and tables beside the kitchen area, lounge and a horseshoe bar. It will have a patio for 60 beginning someday in June, and two rooms are dedicated to private dining.

1 of the private eating rooms, at 80 seats, is greater than most new dining establishments. It has its personal entrance on Mason Road, its very own restrooms, bar, coat check out, even its personal kitchen area. It can operate independently from the relaxation of Lupi and Iris.