So Chopped offers sandwiches, wraps, homemade soups and specialty salads with a huge selection of dressings from traditional (ranch, Italian, gorgonzola) to exotic (raspberry walnut vinaigrette, basil oil and strawberry fig vinaigrette).
Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick believes Fitchburg's Thirsty Goat has the potential to become a fixture on the Madison-area dining scene, but for now it's just a nice sports bar in an attractive building with reasonably good food
The Gazette's restaurant review team of The Four Dishes suggests not letting the exterior at Sammy's Place in Fort Atkinson dissuage you from going inside. It is there you will find food that has won various “Best in Area” awards for seven years straight.
This pizzeria opened on King Street across from the State Capitol last May, specializing in deep-dish steel-pan pizzas, wood-fired Neapolitan pies, craft beers and innovative cocktails. Along with its pizza, Lucille offers some interesting salads and sharing plates, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
This Indian restaurant that opened on the city's east side last June doesn't look especially inviting from the outside, but step inside and the picture changes dramatically, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Coco's Tamales, although new to Prairie Avenue, has its roots in a rich family history of cooking.
A recent Madison Magazine readers' poll named Liliana's owner/chef David Heide the city's best chef and the restaurant itself the city's best caterer. Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick's recent visit to the Fitchburg eatery reminded him why it deserves the recognition.
The owner of Whitewater's Casual Joe's and The Black Sheep talks about tattoos, Velveeta cheese and the dish his mother still makes better than he can.
Occupying an unassuming building in Beloit, you could easily drive by Vince’s Pizza thinking it was yet another pizza joint. But you’d be missing out, write The Four Dishes.
Latin American cuisine is thriving on the Madison dining scene, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick. The latest evidence can be seen in the expansion of Venezuelan restaurant La Taguara, which last year opened a second location on East Johnson Avenue.