New Restaurant Offers Food To Anyone And Everyone
For many living in Milwaukee, finding healthy, sustainable and affordable food options can be difficult.
But the new Tricklebee Cafe near North and 45th on Milwaukee's north side, is hoping to ease that struggle for residents.
The vegetarian restaurant celebrated their grand opening Wednesday morning.
But meat isn't the only thing you won't see on the menu, you also won't see any prices.
The Tricklebee is one of a handful "pay what you can" restaurants across the country.
It was started by Rev. Christie Melby-Gibbons and is part of the One World Everybody Eats Network.
She started it as a way to give a sustainable way of life to those who many not be able to afford it.
There are suggested prices, which ranges between $5-7, but you can pay more, less, or you don’t even have to pay at all.
You can also volunteer in exchange for a meal.
Because the Tricklebee relies on food from local farmers, beekeepers, and gardeners, the menu will change on a daily basis.
The restaurant will have grand opening celebrations all week long. You can learn more by visiting their website at, tricklebeecafe.org.