Restaurants in Wisconsin
Experience a fish boil at the inn, where you can learn about and watch the preparation of Lake Michigan whitefish over an open fire.
Wisconsin’s oldest cheese store. Pair your favorite fromage with a local brew in the tavern.
The region’s slow-food mecca.
The small-plate restaurant has great service, a proper wine program, and an impressive amaro selection.
The perfect spot for authentic Mexican cuisine and drinks overlooking the Wisconsin River. The Hurricane Rosa, a fruity, red rum punch, is the house specialty.
Enjoy pubby comfort food (think big burgers and serious salads). Weather permitting, grab a table on the outdoor patio.
The shop sells beer-and-cheese flights pairing Wisconsin blue Affinée, Gruyère, sharp cheddar, and Bellavitano with local Sprecher Special Amber microbrew.
Homemade fresh pasta and custom-cut steaks are hits. The giant portions mean hearty leftovers.
For seasonal fare, trundle over to this local foodie favorite. Its specialty is—what else—a cheese platter with artisanal Wisconsin cheeses.
Holding fast to the area’s Swedish heritage, Al Johnson’s meatballs and pancakes are notable, and so is the restaurant’s grass roof with grazing goats.