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Come Back In

In a word: We hear brunch is good.

The specs: #0094
Address, hours & details via Isthmus; reviews at Ultimate Madison Bar Tour, Yelp, Madison Dining Online, Madison Fish Fry, collected at del.icio.us; official web site; Come Back In on Urbanspoon

JM ate the chicken mafia sandwich.
Kayla ate the fish and chips and a side salad.
Nichole ate the garden salad and ordered a Maibock (but got an Oktoberfest).
JM, Kayla, and Nichole all gave Come Back In a C (see our grading rubric).

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Sadly, we didn't have a very good time at Come Back In. The servers avoided us (JM had to stand up and walk into the line of sight of the server to get service), then rushed us. The salads seemed like they'd come from a bag. The sandwich bun fell apart in JM's hands, which made for messy crossword puzzling.

We hope this is unusual for the Come Back In. Indeed, there were some folks at the bar who looked like they were having a good time. A few days later, we talked to a trusted source who vouched for the incredible (in the sense of surprising) quality of their weekend brunch buffet. Apricot-stuffed French toast was mentioned.

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