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The Old Feed Mill

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114 Cramer Street
Mazomanie, WI 53560
Last Updated: August 5, 2015

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Holiday hours: To view seasonal hours, go to: http://oldfeedmill.com/our-hours/

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About The Old Feed Mill

Whether you’re seeking a romantic weekend for two or an appealing stop for a bus load of intrepid travelers, The Old Feed Mill offers a destination experience you’ll cherish.
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The Old Feed Mill’s rich history dates back to pre-Civil War 1857, the year the Milwaukee & Mississippi Railroad Company arrived from Milwaukee, platted Mazomanie, and continued its drive to Prairie du Chien to create the first rail connection between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River system. Think about it. What a big deal that must have been! While here, they also developed a water power supply for a new flouring mill, what is now The Old Feed Mill.

Come dine with us, enveloped in our rich history, terrific food, and the careful attention of our exceptional staff. Whether you’re seeking a romantic weekend for two or an appealing stop for a bus load of intrepid travelers, The Old Feed Mill offers a destination experience you’ll cherish.

The Old Feed Mill restaurant in Mazomanie has old-fashioned favorites and gourmet specialties that delight the palate, whether it’s lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch. For 16 years it has been a popular spot for those visiting the beautiful countryside of southwestern Wisconsin.  

The Old Feed Mill has been featured in Midwest Living Magazine and on the Food Network as “The Best of Country Cuisine.” Savor the Old Feed Mill’s award-winning pot roast, taste our incredible cider roast chicken and indulge in our  famous bread pudding.

Only twenty minutes west of Middleton on Highway 14, The Old Feed Mill is a delightful place to dine anytime or to hold your next banquet, wedding, rehearsal dinner or party.

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Chef Andrew Pierce of The Old Feed Mill, in Mazomanie, Wisconsin, shows us how to prepare their famous Fork-Tender Pot Roast.

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