Old Tankard Ale was brewed at WBC based on a recipe from the 1937 Pabst Brewing Company Brewers Log.
The owner of Prairie Cafe & Bakery in Middleton temporarily closed the restaurant Sept. 20 after losing "rock star" manager.
In honor of Madison's often cantankerous mayor, Mad City Frites is offering a beer from Surly Brewing Co. called CynicAle. And they've named it "Paul."
Madisonians who want something to nosh on after 10 p.m. on a weeknight may figure their options are limited to pizza, burritos, fast food or Denny's. Being open late on Thursdays, as the diner-style Short Stack Eats and Bassett Street Brunch Club both are, is a bonus, but somewhat easier t…
The fourth restaurant from James Beard Award winner Miller has a gorgeous interior, a long Spain-centric wine list and dozens of tasty tapas.
After a trip to Japan, Erica Ni told her husband, chef/owner Brian Ni of Takara, that Madison needed more ramen noodles. They hope to open by December.
I’m especially delighted by the Pumpkin Spice Latte M&Ms, the fall-themed novelty flavor that’s inspired by another fall-themed novelty flavor.
In a city known for its multitude of restaurants and its residents' love of good food, these plates stand out. Whether the dish was made by one of Madison's celebrated chefs, in a food cart or at a restaurant that has served generations of Madisonians, these plates may inspire hunger.
The plate: Mistakes are not always bad. The first batch of hot and spicy cheese bread from Stella’s Bakery was the result of original owner Coralia Harn making a mistake with empanada dough.
Chenin blanc’s reputation is still recovering from the damage done from the flabby and uninspiring jug wine produced in mass quantities in the 1970s. But this wine from the Loire Valley in France — the traditional home of chenin blanc — will change your mind about this maligned grape.
The plate: Since 1972, Parthenon Gyros Restaurant has lured gyro lovers to State Street for the Greek sandwich. The Greek owners modified their recipe making a milder version to accommodate American palates. Gus Vranas bought Parthenon in 1984, and the recipe has not changed.
Another Asian hot pot restaurant is opening in Madison, this one on Park Street next to Taj Indian Restaurant.
Howard Bender, who has worked at several of Madison's most well-known restaurants, has invented a new beef bacon substitute called "Schmacon."
The beer is indeed great -- and diverse -- at America's largest beerfest, which comes as ownership of craft brewers is increasingly muddled.