Tag: Wisconsin restaurants

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Restaurant of the Week: Zin Uncommon

As the name suggests, Zin Uncommon in Delafield is anything but common. By taking traditional Italian cuisine and putting a modern Californian twist on it, this local gem invites guests to enjoy divine dining experiences seasoned with love. 

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Wisconsin’s Most Romantic Restaurants

February is finally here—and in light of the year’s most romantic season, you might be in search of the perfect spot for dining out on Valentine’s Day and beyond. Regardless of your food preferences, Wisconsin is home to a plethora of unique and diverse dining options that will ensure both you and your partner can indulge in a memorable (and totally delicious meal) in any season.

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Holiday Dining 2021

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. 

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Thanksgiving Dining 2021

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. 

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Best Waterfront Dining

What better way to immerse yourself in the culture of Wisconsin than with a charming, waterfront meal alongside some of the state’s most beautiful bodies of water? Here are Wisconsin’s best waterfront dining spots.

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Coolest Culinary Road Trips

Sure, Wisconsin has a reputation for great beer and even better cheese—but the state is actually home to a number of original, decadent food options that can be enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Here are some of the coolest culinary road trips to embark on the next time you find yourself in the Badger State.