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4.5 based on 96 reviews
Ohio Wine Producers
Grand River Cellars provides an absolutely lovely outdoor dining experience at their Tipsy Grape Grille. The Brie & Fresh Pears with caramel & raspberry glazes and French baguette is nothing short of fabulous -- and my #1 favorite meal in the area! I can't wait to return.
4.5 based on 212 reviews
Zip Code 44041
Ferrante is a very large winery and restaurant. Its large size creates an unpleasantly loud noise level when it's busy. The view of the vineyard from the picture windows provides nice scenery. The portabello pannini was good; the bruschetta was an even better choice. Overall, Ferrante wasn't as good as I was expecting.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Right away I understood why my local friends meet here often. The Open Door Coffee House serves quality beverages and light fare, and the setting is warm, intellectual, calm and stimulating all at once.
I enjoyed a generous serving of iced black tea, as well as a gluten-free lemon cookie that was scrumptious.
Tables are a fun mix of re-purposed door panels and checkerboard. Walls bear original works of art by local artists, available for purchase. The staff are friendly and know what they are doing.
The only thing I would change is to cut down on the use of so-called "disposable" plastic--which is one of the worst pollutants the world over. Even though we did not order to go, my drink was in a plastic cup with plastic top and plastic straw. My friends' hot beverages arrived in ceramic cups, so there must be a way to include re-usable cold beverage cups, too. Or, at least, ask if one wants a lid and a straw.
4 based on 8 reviews
After a long day I stopped at the Dairy Queen on Hubbard Road in Madison and had the best chocolate milk shake I have had in years. (It had cherries on top too), I also picked up a cake and an orange slush for later. In the evening the cake was the hit of a small get-together and I enjoyed the orange slushy drink for a late-night snack. This Dairy Queen has plenty of parking and lots of servers who were quick to take my order and were so helpful. I can't wait to come back soon!
4.5 based on 85 reviews
The idea is pretty simple. Good pizza (finally ;) made the way you want it. First you choose your sauce, your cheese, and then your toppings (30+ to choose from). Customize it any way you like. We put it together for you assembly line style. From there it goes into our state of the art rotating oven and is quick fired at 750 degrees. 3 minutes seconds later...awesome pizza. Simple right? Who ever said it can't be fast and good at the same time (somebody said it)? Salads too! Create your own or choose from one of our creations. Gluten free? We got you. Vegan? We got you, too. There's no wrong way to do it. To sum it up, it's custom pizzas and salads made the way you want them...and fast. Excited? We are too!
My son and his family have eaten here more than a few times in an effort to try the many possible combinations. Didn't count how many different toppings and sauces they have but it seems the possibilities are nearly endless. We order five pizza's that included dozens of toppings and all for the same price which was very reasonable. The staff is very friendly and the pizza's are cooked very quickly. I highly recommend this pizza shop when you feel like creating a tasty pizza that is all your own creation.
4 based on 120 reviews
On our first visit to Cornerstone, my wife and I went for the excellent craft beers. Creamy texture and taste buds delighted. So, we came back for more beers and to try their angus beef, half-pound, creative-cuisine burgers. Absolutely mouth-watering. As a bonus, the accompanying homemade 'pub chips' are a meal unto themselves. Visiting Madison only for a few days, we would ordinarily try other places just for the adventure of it. But, Cornerstone was sooo good, we went back for a third time, only to find that they were so busy that there were no tables available in either of their sizable dining rooms... or at their long bar. Very popular for very good reason, the crowd included hipsters, seniors, families with children, and average Joe's stopping for great food and a draft after work! What an exceptionally classy micro-brewery with an eclectic crowd and menu right smack dab on Main Street in all-American Madison!
4 based on 209 reviews
My husband and I really like Chops. The large bar offers lots of seating and no one feels cramped or too close to the next table. Our favorite meal: the pot roast! This meal comes with a heaping portion of roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies, and a salad. Don't skip the dessert either. The tuxedo cake is a must!
4 based on 79 reviews
Pleasant enough place for a quick bite to eat. Average food, good service, reasonably prompt, not a true Italian cuisine experience though. Disappointed that we asked to sit outside on a sunny day and were told that there would be a long wait, then when we were seated inside, we found that there was only table actually occupied outside. If they are short of staff they should focus them on the al fresco eating experience, lord knows, Ohio gets little enough sunshine, you need to enjoy it while you can!
4 based on 26 reviews
The food was about average taste and price. There was nothing special about this place. The service was a little below average as the only server was having her own dinner and never offered a drink refill. I had to find her to get my ticket.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
We were visiting wineries in the Madison area, and wanted to have a substantial breakfast before we started wine tasting. I'd seen reviews of this place on Tripadvisor, and it sounded interesting. When we came in about 10:00, it was pretty busy. I think everyone in town stops in here! Lots of older guys with long hair and ball caps, taking their time over coffee, and also couples, and families with kids. The decor is cute, not overly kitschy, but with lots of pictures of old cars and Elvis. And also a gas pump in the front window. The lone waitress could have used some help, but she was fast and funny and friendly. Actually, everyone was friendly, even the other customers. We got coffee right away, and our breakfasts soon after. The did a good job on the eggs, bacon and toast for my husband, and my mushroom-swiss cheese omelet was great. And it was cheap! We ate at a Perkins a few days later, and it was almost twice as much.
One thing that could use improvement is the rest rooms! They are in the basement, which is an actual unfinished basement. The sink in the ladies room had no water! I had to wait til the men's room was unoccupied, and use that sink.
They are only open for breakfast and lunch, closing at 1:30. Madison is a pretty sleepy little town. But if you are close by and looking for a satisfying, inexpensive breakfast, definitely stop in. We will, when we're in the area again.
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