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A photo of Blue Bear - Racine restaurant
4.5
Awesome(257)
$$$$
• American • Racine
Booked 2 times today
Blue Bear is a locally owned farm to table restaurant. Our entire menu is made from scratch including all sauces, dressings, soups, bakery, etc. We use whole farm fresh meats with no hormones, antibiotics, additives or preservatives. We use free range chicken and farm fresh eggs. We roast all of our meats in house. We use locally grown and organic produce when in season and available. We offer many gluten-free, vegan & keto friendly options. We use plant based, compostable carry out containers. We cook with 100% real clarified butter. Blue Bear is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a fantastic Saturday & Sunday Brunch!

Discover Racine

With Wisconsin being the dairy state, you'd expect Racine to be filled with mostly dairy-based cuisine, but it has much more to offer. Since it's only about 20 miles from both Milwaukee and Kenosha, this is an area with Mexican, American, Italian, French, steakhouse, sushi and Chinese restaurants to name just a few. Racine's location on the shores of Lake Michigan ensures plenty of seafood restaurants, which is not surprising since the famous Friday fish fry originated in Milwaukee. Several unique yet popular Wisconsin-origin foods include fried cheese curds, beer brats, butter burgers and Blue Moon ice cream. Most notable for its Racine origin is the kringle, which is now Wisconsin's state pastry. A little known fact is that malted milk balls were also developed in Racine.

With Wisconsin being the dairy state, you'd expect Racine to be filled with mostly dairy-based cuisine, but it has much more to offer. Since it's only about 20 miles from both Milwaukee and Kenosha, this is an area with Mexican, American, Italian, French, steakhouse, sushi and Chinese restaurants to name just a few. Racine's location on the shores of Lake Michigan ensures plenty of seafood restaurants, which is not surprising since the famous Friday fish fry originated in Milwaukee. Several unique yet popular Wisconsin-origin foods include fried cheese curds, beer brats, butter burgers and Blue Moon ice cream. Most notable for its Racine origin is the kringle, which is now Wisconsin's state pastry. A little known fact is that malted milk balls were also developed in Racine.

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