1 S Pickney St, Madison, WI 53703
Sun & Mon Closed
Located at the US Bank Plaza across the street from the capitol, Graze offers food brought in by the Midwest’s best farmers. Check their website to see their list of over 200 food producers from Central and South Wisconsin and a couple from Door County. They are currently closed for dine-in, order online for takeout or delivery between four and eight o’clock.
Eno Vino Downtown
1 N Webster St, Madison, WI 53703
Fri & Sat 4pm-1am
A classy building with floor-to-ceiling windows and eclectic chandeliers. A high-end eatery with small and large plates to share, original cocktails, and a broad list of wine brands. Eno Vino has a separate late-night menu for all the lovers out there looking to have a romantic dinner. With an exquisite dessert menu and plenty of port wines, Eno Vino is just the place to take your significant other for your special dinner.
A Pig In A Fur Coat
940 Williamson St, Madison, WI 53703
Weds-Sat 5pm-8pm (to-go & delivery)
A small Mediterranean menu with beer and wine, all getting served up at wooden butcher-block tables. For fans of chicken, beef, and pork, this is your spot. Duck Rillette and foie gras poutine as well. Food specials on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The next reservations are getting booked on Wednesday, March 24th, or place an order for pick-up or delivery today.
The Old Fashioned
23 N Pinckney St #1, Madison, WI 53703
Fri & Sat 11am-9pm
An out-of-style tavern with classic, feel-good food that every Wisconsinite enjoys, whether they’ll admit it or not. Appetizers, salads, soups, and entrees are all sourced from around the mitten state. Pop on in and go back in time to a different decade while you savor in flavor that will never go out-of-date. Call it nostalgia, call it style, Wisconsinites call it The Old Fashioned way.
122 W Mifflin St, Madison, WI 53703
Sun 10am-2pm & 4pm-9pm
Italian fare providing pastas made in-house and wood-fired pizzas—one of few places where you will be able to find grilled Octopus on the menu. With a wine list that rivals the menu, it will be hard not to find a bottle to match your dinner for the evening. Happy Hour is every day from 4pm-6pm. Stop in during the two-hour window and get yourself the Happy Hour Dinner Date, a three-course dinner costing twenty-five dollars per person. Now that’s an offer you can’t refuse.