The old Old Country Buffet will repot in the best possible way

Every week on It bitesfood critic Ann Christenson of Milwaukee Magazine and Tarik Moody, Radio Milwaukee’s resident foodie, delves into the city’s culinary and dining culture to help you find new spots, old favorites and the best edibles around Milwaukee.

There’s an old adage about food: you can have great quality or great quantity, but not both. Is it a saying? If not, it should be. But our lead article in this week’s episode might put this thing I may have just made up to the test.

As reported by Milwaukee Business Journal, the all-you-can-eat KPOT Korean BBQ & Hot Pot restaurant plans to replace one of its bottomless brethren, Old Country Buffet, in Greenfield on South 74th Street. The chain’s website says it “fuses traditional Asian hot pot with Korean barbecue flavors” while adding “a bar and nightlife atmosphere.” I’m excited for this. Ann is excited (not as much as me, but still).

Continuing that spirit of giving you more than you need, we’re covering a particularly long list of cookware this week, including:

  • A closer look at the physical location of Immi’s African Cuisine, which recently opened on North Oakland Avenue
  • A little appreciation for the apple that appeared in the pages of Milwaukee Magazine
  • The sixth annual Battle of the Chiefs, scheduled for September 25 at the Factory on Barclay
  • Anodyne Bay View’s upcoming harvest dinner featuring locally grown produce and wine pairings
  • The grand opening of downtown MilTex Kitchen on North Milwaukee Street

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