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Gazette restaurant reviewers The Four Dishes found the food at The Trout House fresh, the service friendly and the atmosphere relaxing.
The Heritage Tavern on Mifflin Street in Madison has become one of the city's premier restaurants, with an emphasis on locally sourced foods served in an elegant setting, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
If you're looking for good food coupled with the charm of small-city Milton, Gazette restaurant reviewers The Four Dishes think Fredrick's Supper Club just might fit the bill.
The Rockhound Brewing Co. on South Park Street has the ingredients to make a great gastropub: tasty house-brewed beers and an eclectic food menu that delivers more than your typical tavern.
Locally owned Jersey's Bar and Grill in Beloit is a quick 15-minute drive from Janesville. The large bar has plenty of seating, and the two huge television screens behind it give every seat a good vantage point for watching events.
The Melting Pot in Madison is a nice destination for a fun evening out or a special occasion, says Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
The Four Dishes were impressed with what they found at this supper club on Highway 11 just outside of Janesville.
The Greenbush restaurant offers some of the best pizza in Madison, along with terrific antipasti, pasta, salads, sandwiches and a good selection of whiskeys and craft beers, says Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Geneva Inn has a great wine list and some specialty cocktails, but Gazette restaurant reviewers The Four Dishes were equally impressed with the restaurant's beautiful lake views.
The televisions and nods to the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin Badgers might make this look like a standard state tavern, but Off Broadway offers much more with great service, good food and and a variety of craft beers on tap.
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