As the Easter Bunny hippity-hops his way down the bunny trail, it’s time to start planning where you and your family will celebrate the eggcellent holiday. For Sunday brunch or dinner, these spots in Wisconsin are ready to give you an Easter to remember.
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With unique holiday dining experiences inside igloos and winter wonderlands or a luxe brunch with Santa and your little one’s favorite reindeers, there is a plethora of festive dining fun in Wisconsin that will keep you feeling holly and jolly all December long.
Eating from the land is a practice many Wisconsinites are familiar with. But “tree-to-glass” drinking is a rarer experience for those now more accustomed to city living. Which makes The Cider Farm’s tasting room at Brennan’s Market in Madison a superb staycation outing.
Enjoy Thanksgiving without the stress and hassle that come with planning and executing an extravagant dinner. Instead, take a trip to one of the following dining destinations in Wisconsin so you can enjoy Turkey Day how it should be spent–relaxed with loved ones.
Craft beer connoisseurs eat in style at Hop Haus Brewing. The OG location in Verona now has a sister outpost in Fitchburg, which is grander in terms of its scale and menu but offers the same quality brews and bites that Hop Haus has always been known for.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse serves American comfort food that will leave you delightfully full while still craving “just one more bite.” The restaurant opened its doors in June 2020 on Rimrock Road near the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.
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.
Lucille is a tri-level restaurant located in the heart of downtown Madison, serving fresh cocktails, craft beer, wood-fired pizzas and sharable plates.
In honor of the start of Hunger Action Month, Food Fight Restaurant Group is undoubtedly taking action. During September, the company partners with Second Harvest Foodbank to create awareness about this crisis in Madison and use collective resources to help generate donations for the fight against hunger.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at Bloom Bake Shop in Madison. The bakery’s menu—jammed-packed with decadent cupcakes, pop tarts and cinnamon rolls—debunks the myths surrounding allergen-friendly desserts.