Located on the shores of beautiful Elkhart Lake, the culinary scene is strong at The Cottonwood Social. It is home to a mix of old and new, which combines wonderfully to create a cozy and welcoming place to dine and mingle.
Food & Drink
Local sisters took a “gamble” on starting their restaurant, Paddock Club, nestled in the quaint village of Downtown Elkhart Lake–and it has sure paid off. Located in a centuries-old building, Paddock Club gets its name from a secret gambling club that once operated locally during the Prohibition era.
For Father’s Day this year (June 19), treat the special father figure in your life to a meal fit for the king he is at one of these stellar dining destinations in Wisconsin. From brunch on the water to a gourmet dinner on the train, the following are some extra-special meals for Dad.
The only thing that makes downing a great beer all the more enjoyable might be getting to indulge in one at a beer garden. And fortunately for Wisconsin locals, the state is home to more than a few.
The term “dry bar” doesn’t merely apply to blow-outs anymore! Sober travel experiences continue to generate a steady buzz as more and more nonalcoholic adult beverages become available at a wide variety of venues, including in Wisconsin.
Veggie burgers become much more than meatless patties thanks to the ingenuity of Twisted Plants’ owners Arielle and Brandon Hawthorne. What started as a food truck now has its first brick-and-mortar location in Cudahy, with a second outpost in Milwaukee’s lower East Side coming soon.
A mecca of upscale dining unassumingly awaits less than a seven-hour drive away from the southern border of Wisconsin. It’s Bloomington, Indiana—a college town less populated than Madison but home to more restaurants than several other Midwestern towns of a similar size combined.
Wisconsin Historical Society’s Brewhouse has entered the scene at Old World Wisconsin in Eagle. The building is the newest addition to the picturesque area, and in celebration of its opening, Brewhouse is offering a farm-to-table dinner series on select dates throughout summer.
For your next dining excursion, consider visiting one of Wisconsin’s many pet-friendly restaurants for a taste of the state that both you and your pup can enjoy.
Eating one’s vegetables is non-negotiable at Sookie’s Veggie Burgers. The plant-based burger joint is now a fixture on State Street in Madison.