Monona, Wisconsin Kept Fresh Ideas for Old Recipes

the Great Lakes has a irresistible history. Nearly every restaurant respects the past of the Great Lakes while conceding that today’s apples and strawberries can be a prelude to grander times ahead.

The original settlers came to Wisconsin to finally create a better life for themselves and their families. It was a risky move indeed. Feedbags were not even an option within a day’s ride.

These days, there are old-fashioned ingredients inside acclaimed ristorantes. To be honest about the situation, the mix of this area is also altering before our eyes. For example, hungry millennials are demanding a seat at the table and they will leave uninformed comments on Yelp if they don’t get their way. Yet, there is a silver lining now. There are really more British restaurants than the people of the 1950s could ever dream about.

It’s fabulous that Wisconsin is well-known as a great place for Titletown USA. And the culinary institutions hold the same potential for a fun time. You don’t need embellishments, gimmicks or grill-master wizardry when you have fresh corn and barley.

Of course, there were plenty of tricky times in the history of Wisconsin and we don’t think these top chefs are trying to gloss over the facts on record. However the food has always been a beacon towards a brighter tomorrow in this area. Arguably no other destination in the Great Lakes offers such a unique mix of cuisine and culture.

We have named the absolute best restaurants to help you trace the evolving gastronomy of the Great Lakes. If we had to suggest one restaurant in particular, number five on this list is a picture-perfect spot for insightful gourmands who consider themselves to be connoisseurs of the zesty foods of the Badger State. May you find yourself by the first course.

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6007 Monona Dr
Monona, WI 53716