Maybe it's time for brunch to make way for brinner.
A muscadet and a cabernet franc are both food-friendly, easy to enjoy wines available at Barriques on Monroe Street.
Brews Brothers isn't trying to do too much. It just serves burgers, fries, chips, and an amazing 48 different tap beers.
New owners Derek and Sherie Nelson have reopened CamRock Cafe & Sport at 217 W. Main St., Cambridge.
Daryl Jones, or "Chef DJ," took over Blair Street BBQ in December. His sweet and smoky Memphis ribs are the specialty of the house.
Voters had a lot of chalk on their bracket, with only a handful of Cinderellas pulling first-round upsets.
Subway gets into Taco Bell territory with its new sandwich.
At a tasting on Saturday, the Madison-based brewpub will roll out what it says is the largest-ever assemblage of bocks from one brewery.
It was during a bitter cold February day that I left winter and the roar of University Avenue traffic behind and walked through the doors of the Marrakesh Restaurant into the warmth and beauty of Morocco. Greeting me was owner Youssef Amraoui, offering an introduction to authentic Moroccan cuisine and a response to reader Neal Janquart’s request for the harira soup he enjoys there with his wife.
Each week, we’re pulling a classic recipe out of the State Journal archives and sharing it here as it was originally printed years ago. Remember, ingredients and cooking techniques change over time so you may want to make some adjustments when trying out a classic recipe.
One of the most popular herbs in the United States, this pungent Mediterranean herb is most often used in meat or poultry dishes. But it also enhances salads, breads, beans, pickles and cheese.
The tacos here trump the burritos, which are packed wall-to-wall with well-marinated meat. The nachos are also well worth your while.
A new Chinese restaurant is expected to open Saturday at 1441 Regent St., in a space that was home to the former Lao-Thai restaurant Vientiane Palace.
The third iteration of the March Madness-style beer throwdown includes only Wisconsin beers in its field of 64.