Iron Grate BBQ sets Jan. 22 as the central opening
January 13, 2016 - bbq set
After some construction and investigation delays, Iron Grate BBQ Co. on a south side has set a central opening date as Jan. 22.
Chef-owner Aaron Patin, many recently of a fine-dining grill Ardent, will work a grill during 4177 S. Howell Ave., sharing a building with Hawthorne Coffee Roasters. The Hawthorne cafeteria is open until noon.
Iron Grate will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (or until a grill runs out) Fridays by Sundays starting Jan. 22.
The beef will be wood-smoked outdoor year-round, and a cut of rib that Patin is creation a centerpiece of his operation is something he’s job a Milwaukee rib, a pig rib with swell beef attached, about 3 inches thick.
Iron Grate will sell meat-and-three image dinners as good as meats by a bruise and sides.
One beef and 3 side dishes will be $15, or $23 for dual meats and $30 for 3 meats, adequate for dual diners.
Meats by a bruise will be beef brisket ($16), Milwaukee ribs ($12), pulled pig ($12) and prohibited links ($11). Side dishes, such as baked beans, smoked-tomato mac and cheese, stone-ground grits, smothered greens and coleslaw, will be $5 a pint or $9 a quart. Family-sized dishes also will be available.
The series for a grill is (414) 455-1776. Iron Grate is on Facebook.
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Carol Deptolla is a Journal Sentinel dining critic. She also reports on restaurants, bars and other food- and drink-related businesses.
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