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.
Restaurant of the Week
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.
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.
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.
Located in Milwaukee’s Old World Third Street District, Oak Barrel Public House is a prime spot for Bucks fans craving a more intimate ambiance before heading to a game at the Fiserv Forum.
Who’s on Third: Not only a tavern with a clever name, but a go-to casual bar that celebrates all things Wisconsin sports. Open since 2014, Who’s on Third in Downtown Milwaukee (near the corner of Old World Third and State Street) clearly has the right mix of fun, food and drinks for sports fans of any age.
Food, fun and games galore are on tap at Third Street Tavern in the heart of the Old World Third Street and a stone’s throw from Fiserv Forum in Downtown Milwaukee.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic forced a number of Madison’s iconic businesses to shutter doors permanently, one of the remaining restaurants that’s been a fixture in the city for over two decades—Eldorado Grill—is still going strong.
Looking for an authentic Irish dining experience with St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner? Look no further than Ashling on the Lough in Downtown Kenosha.
“Sustainable” and “natural” are not buzz words put to clever marketing use at FreshFin Poké. If that were the case, this small chain likely would not have expanded in rapid succession to now have multiple locations across southern Wisconsin including Milwaukee’s East Side, Third Ward, Bayshore, Brookfield, Wauwatosa, Madison and inside of the Fiserv Forum arena