Oh, Ryan Braun’s Graffito

April 7th, 2011

We've covered Ryan Braun's restaurants in the past (here, here, here and some more in here) and the general consensus has always been that they were decent/okay/whatever. His Third Ward location, despite hiring mostly models, has been troubled and actually closed down last year. It has recently re-opened under a new name, Ryan Braun's Graffito, and it seems that despite the different name the restaurant is still troubled. At least according to this disgruntled craigslist poster.

This poor guy has apparently never worked in a restaurant before. Don't you know all restaurant managers act like children with terrible mood swings? If you want to be appreciated become a teacher. (They get lots of appreciation, right?)

Joking aside, it's a shame to see Ryan Braun associated with a place that is seemingly so poorly run. Sure, he doesn't have much financial stake in it, but the average Joe doesn't know that and just thinks that Ryan is a terrible owner. It's a shame when you think about it. Then again, it's hard to feel sorry for a restaurant named after the singular form of Italian graffiti. I mean, really?

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8 comments on “Oh, Ryan Braun’s Graffito

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  2. jimmy on said:

    Why would you start a blog based upon one employee’s opinion. Maybe this employee was terminated for proper reasons. The reasons could have been that she failed the food and beverage tests and now feels entitled to slam a great restaurant group who actually holds people accountable.

    • Miller Park Drunk on said:

      Maybe I never said anything negative about the restaurant. Maybe I never agreed with the employee’s opinion. The reason could be that I found the employee’s complaint to be humorous and posted it on this Brewers comedy blog.

  3. Anonymous on said:

    I worked there for one day. The MGMT was horrible. Treated with no respect. When I was filling out my I-9, the manager constantly ignored me and focused on the females showing cleavage. Seriously, he walked past me and a few (not so good looking) females just to chat and take her picture on his cell phone. This place is horrible. They have new owners, but they kept the same managers and head chef as before. It’s bound for failure.

  4. Anonymous on said:

    You people are all idiots. The restaurant has new management. Said ‘disgruntled employee” is a selfish brat who expected everyone to cut them slack even though they did not live up to the standards.
    Different Chef, Different managers. Perhaps your inability to listen and retain was the reason you are not there anymore, not your lack of cleavage.
    And lastly, Miller Park Drunk: I thought your purpose here was to promote ‘truths’ about the Brewers. You are a major hypocrite. Been to the Restaurant? No. I suppose you can just not watch the season and comment on the Brewers as well. Oh yea. That IS what you do.
    I have only been to the restaurant once and I really liked it. Unique for Milwaukee. But, if things work out the way they usually do here, the average will drag the different back into mediocrity. Have fun wallowing in your own ineptitudes.

  5. Citizens Bank Park Drunk on said:

    Sounds like Milwaukee needs a Chickie and Pete’s.

  6. Anonymous on said:

    I am a current employee of Ryan Brauns Graffito and I love it! I have been employed for over a year and only positive changes have been made. They have extremely up scaled the environment, service, and management making it one of Milwaukee’s most popular restaurants. Having Ryan Bruan attached to the restraunte only enhances what Graffito has to offer including, an excellent menu, great bar area, and a amazing patio.

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