There are certain foods that, once appreciated, are never forgotten. And some of the most memorable are also some of the least complicated to prepare-like a great sandwich.
Author Ron Faiola dubbed Ishnala "Wisconsin's favorite supper club" in his most recent book. We visited the Wisconsin Dells landmark to see if that was true.
Lazy Jane's Café, located in the heart of the restaurant-rich Williamson Street neighborhood, is a perennial Madison favorite for breakfast, lunch or brunch.
More than a grocery store with a restaurant, Bushel & Peck's feels like a community center. And the best thing is everything tastes really good.
We visited Haveli, a recently opened Fitchburg restaurant, last week and weren't surprised at the outstanding flavors and good service.
Coachman's restaurant and bar don't appear to have changed much over the years. Still, the food has potential.
Tip Top Tavern is no longer just a Madison corner bar. A remodeling project has transformed it into a trendy gastropub, and it's attracting diners from all over.
Part coffee bar, restaurant, cheese shop and gourmet food store, Café Fromage is a place I wish was around the corner in Janesville--despite the danger to my hips.
That BBQ Joint doesn't do anything flashy or fancy. But what the Madison eatery lacks in style it makes up in good food, low prices and service.
The idea of dining near water is irresistible, particularly on a gloriously warm and breezy Friday evening. So we headed to Delavan to eat at Lake Lawn Resort.