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Get to know the newest businesses to debut in Milwaukee

Interested in finding out about the newest businesses to open in Milwaukee? From a Japanese joint to a bar, read on for the newest destinations to open their doors around town.

Fuji Poke

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Fuji Poke is a Japanese spot, offering poke and more that's located at 2121 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., Suite 8.

Build your own custom creation at this new location by first selecting a base (bowl, burrito) before choosing proteins (chicken, tofu, salmon, scallops, tuna, etc.), mix-ins (avocado, seaweed, corn, cream cheese, tamago, etc.), sauces (eel, pineapple, teritaki, wasabi mayo etc.) and toppings (onion crisps, garlic crisps, wasabi, sesame seeds and more). 

Not in the mood to make your own? Grab a signature burrito like the Crazy with tempura shrimp, crab stick, romaine lettuce, avocado, cream cheese and cucumber. Check out the full menu here.  

Baccanera Enoteca

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Stroll past 1732 E. North Ave. and you'll find Baccanera Enoteca, a new wine bar and cocktail bar.

Stop by this new joint to enjoy a wide variety of libations, including beer, wine and cocktails, as well as small bites to pair with your beverage. Here's the website

Frida

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New to 2238 N. Farwell Ave. in Lower East Side is Frida, a spot to score soup and specialty sandwiches.

As stated on the business' Facebook page, "Frida is a local, independent scratch kitchen featuring small-batch soups and artfully crafted sandwiches. A collaboration between Martin Magana (executive chef at Tess) and Tess owners, Ashley and Mitchell Wakefield."


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