As this year comes to a close, we took some time to reflect on some of our favorite eats of 2020. Here’s what some of our writers had to say: What was your favorite Madison restaurant? “The Globe (just off State Street). The atmosphere in the restaurant is so cozy, because it’s pretty small. The … Continue reading 2020 Recap: Restaurants, Favorite Meals, and More!
If you know me, you know I am obsessed with Paul’s Pel’meni and have been for awhile.My love affair with these dangerously addictive dumplings packed with flavor began on my first gameday my freshman year. Although I love a good hole in the wall, when my friend pulled measide on gameday to this little spot … Continue reading Restaurant Spotlight: Paul’s Pel’meni
Written by Alexa Miller. Photographed by Ally Dweck. It’s no mystery that food brings people together, and Hubbard Avenue Diner and Bakery is no exception. By using pie as an irreplaceable staple, Hubbard creates an atmosphere of comfort and familial experience for the Middleton community. While incorporating the classic baked dish is not a groundbreaking … Continue reading Hubbard’s: A Diner to “Pie” for
By Matt Shelver, Community Editor “Madison Ride-or-Dies” is a series in which our writers and staff write love letters to uniquely Madisonian foods they just can’t live without. A ritual is truly a funny thing: it is something so cherished and so ingrained in one’s life, yet it can become so regular that the very … Continue reading Madison Ride-or-Dies Part I: The Rathskeller Buffalo Wrap
Written by Grace Miller, Editor-in-Chief. Photographed by Xiaoyue Pu. At first glance, Porter, located in a station on the train tracks at 640 W. Washington Avenue, is a cozy, secluded cafe who takes their coffee very seriously. I walked in and was greeted by the strong, bitter scent of ground beans mingling with a sweetness … Continue reading A Porter Pour-over