- The operators of baaree, which is slated to open June 19 in
downtown Thiensville, promise to offer food and beverages in a
relaxing space where people can unwind.
chef and restauranteur Barkha, who is an owner of the restaurant,
and Gunner Stenzel will oversee the food program at baaree - a
Nepalese word which means “garden.” The restaurant is also
owned by Jesse Daily.
for a refined approach to classic beer garden offerings
highlighting local meats, edible herbs and fruits planted in the
garden,” Barkha, who is identified by the one word, said in a
of the menu items will include: housemade wild boar sausage, with
a selection of other sausages sourced locally; pulled pork with
red roselle steamed and toasted tingmo bun; the baaree salad with
lemongrass and persimmons vinaigrette; and butternut squash dip.
beer garden will be open Sunday through Friday from 11 a.m. until
10 p.m. with express lunch options available for pick-up.
will be located at 107 Buntrock Ave.