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"M" is for Madison

Madison is home. The Ms reminded us of this over and over again. Whether you're dipping fondue at a chain, reveling in the local organic coffee scene, eating at an old school Sconnie supper club, sampling Indian, or drinking tea on weird chairs, Madison continues to offer square meals surrounded by many square miles of nice people and good friends. And we even got to meet the Mayor. Thanks, Madison. We love ya.

We don't have much to say about the Ms specifically except that they are LO-ONG and only occasionally deleterious. They did, however, add two Double A's to our star-crossed list. This represents about the top 5% of places we've dined:

We've just finished the first half of the alphabet, so we're acutely aware - and sick of hearing - that so many folks' favorite restaurants in Madison start with S and T. We'll get there someday. In 2009 we hope to tick off N, O and P, and not too many readers/fellow diners/shady fish shop owners. Cheers, and Happy New Year.

Our grades thus far:


Nichole JM
A 169
43%
150
38%
B 163
41%
206
52%
C 51
13%
34
9%
D 8
2%
3
1%
F 2
1%
0
0%

Our favorite M's were:
Breakfast: Marigold Kitchen
Lunch: Mediterranean Cafe
Dinner: Maharani

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Congrats! I look forward to the rest of the alphabet. Whatever will you do when you're done?

Your favorite Ms are my favorite Ms too. Three wonderful downtown gems. Happy holidays to you both!

Congrats on finishing the M's! Great picks for the top M dining destinations.

Did you guys make it to Muramoto? One of my favorite M's!

You mean Restaurant Muramoto? Or Sushi Muramoto?

I just wish they'd review Kushi Bar Muramoto... ;) see, that's probably not helping.

You know, I just noticed how many Chinese buffets await you later on in the alphabet.

World Buffet
Yes Buffet
Yummy Buffet

I'm sure there are others.

I fear for you, at the end of the project. :-)

Wong's Garden, although that's one of the good ones allegedly.

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