Despite its name, Koi Sushi is a hotspot for Hunan cuisine, a spicy regional specialty known for numbing peppercorns in dishes of eggplant, fish and pork.
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Infusion and Gail Ambrosius chocolatiers move and expand, while Madison Chocolate Company opens off Monroe Street and Chocolaterian shoots for June 2.
The winery’s Moxie Moscato and Roxie Rose are the first of its products to be packaged in 8.4-ounce cans, which are sold in boxes that contain four cans. The canned wines are available at the winery and soon will be at retail outlets throughout southwest Wisconsin
On State Street, a casual restaurant pivots from shawarma to seafood paella. Zandru's opened in late March in the former Palmyra space.
As a reporter for the Napa Valley Register, for 50 years, L. Pierce Carson chronicled the evolution of an obscure agricultural valley into a world-renowned wine producer.
First baseman Eric Thames, reliever Oliver Drake and pitcher Corey Knebel will meet with MillerCoors' brewers Monday to take the first steps in creating a new brew for the stadium.
Zandru's Tapas Bar and Restaurant opened in late March at 419 State St., where Palmyra Mediterranean Grill used to be. The menu created by chef Juan Espinal includes small plates, four kinds of paella, montaditos (grilled bread with toppings) and lots of seafood, including shrimp, mussels, o…
What started as a casual home-brewing demonstration in Baraboo has blossomed into an annual festival that showcases homemade beers from across the state.
Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier recently moved to a new location a 2083 Atwood Ave., offering a cafe with food and beverages in addition to fine chocolates for sale.
“It will be very produce-forward,” said chef/partner Sean Pharr, who returned to Madison to pursue MintMark with friend and Robin Room owner Chad Vogel.
The restaurant was scheduled to close Saturday after 32 years on Fordem Avenue, but shut down Tuesday instead after three cooks left for other jobs.
The owners of Ella's Deli and Ice Cream Parlor, Ken and Judy Balkin, put the restaurant and its 5,500-square-foot property at 2902 E. Washington Ave., on the market this week, and their real estate agent said the couple's hope is to have it continue to operate as it has for 41 years.
When trying to cook more at home, many like when meals are already picked out for them and they have a smaller selection to narrow down their options.
Melanie Seder started her Good Food cart in 2010 making salads and wraps with lots of fresh vegetables. She recently changed the menu at Good Food to focus more on low carb options, writing on the website, "Good Food is getting back in touch with our roots and why I started this business in …