Farm-to-table dining doesn't get more authentic than what's cooking at Jordandal Cookhouse, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Janesville's resident seafood salesman talks about his most popular dishes, his former distaste for Friday fish fries and the strangest thing he's ever seen while in his food truck, Bessy.
The annual chili-centric event runs Friday-Saturday, Sept. 8-9, on Henry and Canal streets. Gates open at 6 p.m. Friday for the Country Edge music fest and at 10:30 a.m. Saturday for the chili festival.
We thought we’d check in with Zen Sushi to see how the place is doing. Zen opened in 2015, but not being part of the sushi craze, I didn’t pay attention. That was a big mistake.
Taquerias seem to be opening everywhere in Madison these days. One of the newest is Canteen, which opened at 111 S. Hamilton St., Madison, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
The annual festival will feature sports tournaments, live music, tractor pulls, clogging, carnival rides, a parade and a weird game called “Hammerschlagen."
Even if you don't like corn and volleyball, you'll still find plenty to entertain you Saturday, Aug. 19, at the 32nd annual Janesville Noon Rotary Corn Roast and Mud Volleyball Tournament at Traxler Park in Janesville.
For the fifth straight year, the Friends of Riverside Park and Janesville Lions Club are cooperating to produce the Riverside Music Festival and Lions Club chicken roast. The event is Sunday, Aug. 20, at Riverside Park in Janesville.
Copper Falls is situated in a beautiful historic building at the end of Allen Street. It has outdoor seating that looks out onto railroad tracks and a wooded area—a lovely setting for diners who enjoy eating al fresco.
Bear & Bottle, a 4,800-square-foot eatery and bar on North Sherman Avenue, is restaurateur Tim Thompson's latest venture. He also operates the Free House Pub in Middleton, the Flying Hound in Fitchburg and Waypoint Public House in Monona.