Bites

The 20 most recent comments, in reverse chronological order.

1 Dec 17, 2014 10:17:30 PM
MK on Keg of Martinsville

It was worth hitting up this place when they had the rabbit burger, but I hear it's off the menu now, so I won't be going back any longer.

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2 Dec 13, 2014 2:16:32 PM
freshandfree1@yahoo.com on Contact us

Nicole, you didn't credit Marc Korman for his photo of the 1957 Appleton Street McDonald's. He took and owns the photo, not "Remember When" or the Milwaukee library.

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3 Dec 4, 2014 11:42:43 AM
John Sams on Karben4 Brewing

I'll be honest, the pictures really make me want to go there, despite the review. I like spinach (though I understand "too much" spinach), but those sandwiches look great, as do those deviled eggs.

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4 Nov 19, 2014 9:26:51 PM
Gail on Journey Sushi & Seafood Buffet

Unless they moved, QQ has been closed for quite a while.

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5 Nov 14, 2014 9:19:23 PM
catwoman5 on Jordandal Cookhouse

everything I've ever had at this place has been good. They occasionally have a southwestern chicken sandwich (or something to that effect) as the special of the day - to die for!

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6 Oct 30, 2014 9:02:53 AM
Steve on JD's

Your dog is lined up perfectly relative to the sausage...it looks like she is going to take a bite!

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7 Oct 23, 2014 11:16:03 AM
Marissa M. on J&M Bar

Is that upside down cheese on the chicken sandwich? What kind of sauce? That looks delicious!

Did JM give it a half point bump for "really awesome name"?

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8 Oct 17, 2014 8:00:49 AM
Kelly on Itzza Pizza

I've been wanting to try this place, but its hard to try a new unknown place when there are so many delicious pizza places in Madison. Good to know it's worth trying!

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9 Oct 7, 2014 7:35:32 AM
Fantasia on Irish Pub

HAM SANDWICHES!

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10 Sep 24, 2014 9:36:41 AM
Kayjayoh on Hot Stuff Pizza

I used to work there. (In 1995, so quite a while back.) I would never, ever eat there.

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11 Sep 19, 2014 11:51:41 PM
Jim on House of Mei

I really like House of Mei. I do always wonder why there's nobody eating in what seems like a nice enough dining room, but a stream of people doing take out.... you know... just something I think about while I'm waiting for my take out. #partoftheproblem

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12 Sep 10, 2014 11:34:13 AM
MJA on Hilltop Inn


Based on this review we gave the fish fry a go. The drive from Madison was pleasant and it's just far enough away that it feels like a destination. The bar area has a great down-home WI feel and the bartender let us transfer our tab to the table, which is a nice touch.

The food was fine, nothing too special. I'm a hard-core fish fry fanatic and I give this place a solid C. I'd try it again during the colder winter months. I like the idea of being snugged up to the bar with an Old Fashioned watching the snow come down.

Thanks for the review!

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13 Sep 6, 2014 8:49:31 PM
Marsha K on Hazelnut Cafe

Finally got out to Hazelnut this morning. We were greeted warmly but then left confused as we were told to help ourselves to coffee but then given mugs. My Love proclaimed the coffee "better than some, not great." My Assam Gold tea was as expected. The two gentlemen working there (I presume one was the owner) were very friendly. I had one of the eggs(scrambled and cooked perfectly, as if they'd asked how I like them, but no one had)/bacon(overcooked for my personal taste, but delicious underneath it all)/side (croissant to rival those I've had in France) breakfasts. The eggs were steaming hot, which is a huge plus in my book. He Himself had the cranberry something French toast, which was terrific but overpriced as it came with . . . nothing. I know it doesn't sound like it, really, but we liked the place and will go back. BUT! They need to give the entire place a serious scrubbing; we had to clean the table we wanted to sit at and then, during the hour+ we were there, no one did a lick of cleaning until a lady came in with a delivery of fresh basil and proceeded to clean all the tables before she sat down at one. There were numerous rags visible on the floor in the kitchen, there was junk everywhere in the cute outdoor seating area (which prevented us from even attempting to enjoy it on a glorious morning, which was a shame), and the "back bar" in the dining area was a jumbled, confusing mess of bakery items, beverage accoutrement, and check-out space. My husband said that it was a good thing I didn't use the ladies' room if it was a dirty as the men's, which was dirtier than the whole place. He got that right.

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14 Aug 27, 2014 4:11:32 PM
Marsha K on Hooterville Inn

Definitely my favorite "In a Word" yet. Thanks for the laugh!

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15 Aug 18, 2014 2:48:32 PM
catwoman on Sir Hobo's

This place is open again. Stopped by there this weekend with a friend because the Market Street Diner was too packed. We both had eggs benedict. It was nothing to write home about, but it was perfectly fine. As in, I'd go back if a friend wanted to go. It could be that breakfast is the thing to get here...

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16 Aug 16, 2014 9:44:42 AM
M on Benvenuto's

My whole family loves this place, especially since the menu really has something for everyone. The penne classico is the only thing I ever order because it's always perfect. Honestly, I've had it too many times to count, and there's never been a fail. It also reheats just wonderfully. I'm heartened to see that someone else likes it! This is one of our few go-to places for family celebrations, including my daughter's recent graduation from UW-Madison.

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17 Aug 14, 2014 9:27:45 AM
Gary on Benvenuto's

Great Pizza and great service. Cody checked in with us several times during our meal. A very pleasant experience.

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18 Aug 1, 2014 11:33:30 AM
Marlena on Highland Grounds

Oh man - wish I had known - I work in this building! It is nice to have a small coffee stop in case I need it, but the food is *way* overpriced. Nonetheless, I occasionally grab a decaf or granola bar. Handy, indeed.

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19 Jul 25, 2014 10:02:42 PM
bob watson on Lee's Garden

It is with deep regreat that I must inform everyone that lee's garden has CLOSED

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20 Jul 15, 2014 10:46:40 PM
Marsha K on Heritage Tavern

I'm not unfamiliar with high restaurant prices and fine dining since I lived in Chicago and ate out frequently (and very well) there, so I'm not coming at this from a frugal Midwestern mind-set. $50 for THAT? And it was "a cheap way to go" because you avoided anything with feet? Pfft!

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