According to the restaurant's Facebook page, Lazy Susan, 2378 S. Howell Ave., will open to the public on Tuesday, April 8 beginning at 4 p.m.
The menu – which Chef A.J. Dixon says will cater to diners of all stripes, including customers with dietary restrictions and food allergies – will feature variably sized plates priced between $6 and $18, including comfort food dishes like cauliflower macaroni and cheese, corned buffalo brisket, served with Brussels sprouts, potatoes and a fried egg, b'stilla with pheasant confit, and desserts like "pie fries" – pie crust served with jams and preserves as a dipping sauce, will also be included.
According to Dixon, "Sharing is encouraged, but not required."
For the full menu, visit lazysusanmke.com.
Reservations can be obtained by calling (414) 988-7086.
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