Wisconsin’s craft beverage scene has exploded in recent years with an array of micro-breweries, wineries and distilleries cropping up around the state. Consider this list of Wisco-made libations a good place to start.
Food & Drink
Located on Madison’s Capitol Square is Graze—an American style gastropub by Chef Tory Miller, that’s focused on creating comfort food that utilizes and celebrates the region’s local farms and producers.
Settled in the heart of Delafield is Belfrē Kitchen—an elegant cafe and eatery that seamlessly blends simplicity and sophistication through its American menu offerings.
Autumn’s bounty can be savored in myriad forms. And these Wisco brands are serving up edible delights you’ll want to snag, snack and then brag about to all your foodie friends before year’s end.
Trouble & Sons is a pizzeria in Whitefish Bay serving home-style pizza, classic Italian pasta dishes, and a full bar.
Eating allergen-friendly doesn’t have to mean parting ways with decadent desserts. These five Madison businesses are making creative confections herbivores—and stalwart omnivores—are sure to enjoy.
Lucille is a tri-level restaurant located in the heart of downtown Madison, serving fresh cocktails, craft beer, wood-fired pizzas and sharable plates.
Johnny Delmonico’s Steakhouse in Madison has rolled out a new Steakshack Menu, ideal for both indoor and patio dining, takeout, and delivery.
Hankering to dine out after months of eating solely at home? Madison’s Eldorado Grill is a solid choice as the restaurant is prioritizing guests’ comfort and safety in addition to rolling out a revamped menu.
Need a “mood boost” after being cooped up for months during quarantine life? Then a heavy-pour bevy—or two—at Plain Spoke Cocktails is the exact remedy you’ve been craving.