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My husband, Richard, and I had a pleasant dining experience at KitCho Japanese restaurant in Fort Atkinson, although it wasn't where we had expected to eat. Among the above-average appetizers, we recommend the crab rangoon and Yaki Gozoa.
We've shifted our attention lately to see what's cooking on Madison's west side. Last week, we visited a new Italian-American restaurant on the corner of Whitney Way and Odana Road—and were glad we did.
I love being surprised by something wonderful and totally unexpected. My latest delight was stumbling onto Two Sisters Thai Restaurant, a new place that's been open about six months in Walworth.
Heading to an event last week on Madison's west side, we had less than an hour to eat and were in no mood for burgers and fries. A friend suggested we check out Novanta, a Neapolitan pizzeria on Old Sauk Road. It was good advice.
Food trucks are so trendy in larger cities that the Food Network devotes entire TV shows to them. In Janesville, a local food truck owner faces a tangle of city ordinances, which is too bad. South Padre Streetfood is the real deal.
Seven new craft breweries opened in late 2013 or plan to open this year.
Brunch all day—not a bad idea during these short days and long nights of winter. And it's the central concept behind Bassett Street Brunch Club, the diner that opened Oct. 31 at the corner of Bassett Street and West Johnson Street in the lower level of the new Hampton Inn.
So many details go into opening a fine dining restaurant. It's not easy to get everything right. That was fairly apparent when we dined with a group of friends at Copper Falls, a new fine dining restaurant in Clinton, on a recent Saturday night.
The September opening of Sol's on the Square bumps the number of Korean restaurants around Madison to three and makes the city part of a national culinary trend.
The food truck is a growing trend that is beginning to take hold in smaller cities as well as big ones. The Los Agaves taco truck in Fort Atkinson is one example.
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