What is the cheese course like at The Immigrant Restaurant?

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The Immigrant Restaurant Cuisine© Photo(s) courtesy of Kohler Co

The cheese course is a feature that sets The Immigrant Restaurant apart from other Four- and Five-Star restaurants and makes it a uniquely Wisconsin experience. You can opt to order a chef’s flight, each of which highlights a specific variety of cheese and includes three respective samplings: the Evolution of Cheddar, Tangled Up In Blue, Smoke, All Mixed Up, Hard and the Softer Side.

An artisanal cheese menu at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant also includes a vast number of selections available by the ounce, categorized by mixed milk, cow, sheep, goat and raw cow’s milk. Several of The Immigrant Restaurant’s preferred small cheese producers are Carr Valley Cheese Company, Roth Käse USA Ltd., Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics, Hidden Springs Creamery, Bass Lake Cheese Factory, Saxon Homestead Creamery and Hook’s Cheese Company. Taking advantage of these offerings is highly recommended — Wisconsin is America’s Dairyland, after all, and the explosion of local artisanal cheese labels in recent years is well worth exploring during your meal at The Immigrant Restaurant.

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