Dream Dance Steak Opens Second Date For Annual Morel Mushroom Dinner

MILWAUKEE – Dream Dance Steak’s popular annual Morel Mushroom dinner sold out so quickly that the restaurant just added a second evening to celebrate the sought-after delicacy.

With the evening of Monday, May 19 completely booked, the four-star restaurant opened Tuesday, May 20 for the exclusive event. The spectacular five-course menu prepared by Chef Matt Baier features the Morel mushroom, often referred to as one of the most desired edible mushrooms, in a variety of dishes.


Guests can look forward to delicacies like smoked morel pork galantine topped with black garlic dressing, oak lettuce and watermelon radish; duck consommé prepared with soft boiled duck eggs, morels and green onion; and deconstructed beef wellington composed of thyme scented puff pastry, sautéed morels, crispy leeks and morel demi-glace. Each course will be paired with a wine from Domaine Serene.

The Morel mushroom, with a distinct sponge-like appearance, is grown throughout the United States and flourishes locally in the moist spring climate of April and May. Its earthy aroma and smoky, nutty flavors are savored by chefs and aficionados alike.

The dinner is $85, not including gratuity. Arrival is scheduled for 6 p.m. with dinner scheduled at 6:30 p.m. The May 19 dinner is sold out, but the restaurant is taking reservations for May 20. For more information about the Morel Mushroom Dinner or to make reservations, call Dream Dance Steak at (414) 847-7883 or online at www.paysbig.com.

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