MilTex Kitchen restaurant chef combines Milwaukee, Texas food

A Milwaukee native who spent years in Texas has combined the flavors of both to create a new downtown eatery. And her menu’s offerings are named after landmarks from both spots. 

“MilTex Kitchen is where Milwaukee meets big Texas flavor,” Chef Raven Gee said. 

Gee — who’s been in the food business since she was 14 — initially launched MilTex Kitchen as a food truck in Houston. After moving back to her hometown in 2021 to be closer to family, she decided to transform her business into what it is today. 

“This is one of my lifelong dreams — to have my restaurant, to have my name out there for people to try my food,” Gee said. 

The business is inside Paper Table Food Co., 733 N. Milwaukee St. While the ghost kitchen’s tenants are mainly focused on deliveries and carry-outs, according to a previous Journal Sentinel story, limited dine-in space is also available. 

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