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There is a kind of nostalgic aura to the Stagecoach Inn. A traditional-style supper club that has been open for more than half a century, it is unassuming from the outside and warm and affable on the inside.
After starting out small in 1971, Popeye's of Lake Geneva has grown by leaps and bounds and now is able to seat more than 600 customers. It also offers one of the area's best views of Geneva Lake.
Chefs of North Indian cuisine have spent centuries developing the recipes that comprise foods from that region of the subcontinent.
After hearing good things about Pettit's Lakeview Campground & Bar from several friends, we decided to check it out.
Fuegos, a Latin American-inspired restaurant, is the concept of executive chef Oscar Villarreal, who recently had two restaurants in Janesville (Hy-Vee Market Grill and Fusion 5), and his daughter, who owns the new restaurant on Madison's Williamson Street with partner Jordan Wegner.
The Gazette's restaurant review team of The Four Dishes recently tasted the flavors of the Middle East during a trip to House of India in Loves Park, Illinois.
The pub on Madison's Capitol Square closed for four months last year while the owners redesigned the menu and restaurant interior. The transformation turned Brocach into a bistro with a tight menu.
The Four Dishes took a scenic ride to Edgerton to check out Coachman's Inn, a golf resort that boasts fine dining and one of the nation's best wine lists.
Double B Farm, Cafe & Store, 2777 S. Brostuen Road, Beloit, worked its country charm on the Gazette's restaurant review team of The Four Dishes, who were impressed by the food and atmosphere.
Farm-to-table dining doesn't get more authentic than what's cooking at Jordandal Cookhouse, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
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