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Madison eats agenda: Cornish Festival, beer, more beer, Stoughton Coffee Break

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 Jimmy's American Tavern serves hearty classics

How does one evaluate a stand-up comic who follows a tanking opening act? Or Jimmy's American Tavern, which has taken up residency in a no-luck address in Fitchburg? Can good food save what feels, in so many other ways, like a doomed effort? >More
 Ingrid's LunchBox invited guest at the San Francisco Street Food Festival

Ingrid's LunchBox will represent Madison at the third annual San Francisco Street Food Festival on Saturday, Aug. 20. That's in conjunction with the second annual National Street Food Conference. >More
 Madison eats agenda: Wisconsin State Fair, National Mustard Day, Meat Heat Manifesto

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 Tropical Cuisine is Madison's first Puerto Rican restaurant

Madison's first and only Puerto Rican restaurant, Tropical Cuisine, is now open at 15 N. Broom St. That's around the corner from Maharani Indian restaurant and part of the Metropolitan Place retail strip. Plans for the restaurant have been in the works for at least a year; the official opening was July 9. >More
 Better fed at Red Sushi Grill

When it is done wrong, sushi is one of the easiest things to make; you plop fish on rice. When it is done right, though, it is one of the most difficult. Japanese sushi chefs train for years because each element of the simplest sushi should be flawless: the properly polished rice; the quality of the seafood; the purity of flavors. >More
 Madison eats agenda: Desserts for Democracy, Cultivate and the Kickapoo County Fair, Sassy Cow Farm Carnival, Greek Fest

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 Tipsy Cow brings burgers and more

Less than a year after "gastro-cantina" King and Mane opened -- and subsequently closed -- Michael Banas, Patrick O'Halloran and Sue Kirton are trying again in the same King Street space with the Tipsy Cow pub. King and Mane was praised for luxurious tapas and knocked for inconsistency. Tipsy Cow, well, tips the other direction. Whether diners will see that as a good or a bad thing is the question. >More
 Luigi's Diner returns on the west side with its casual Italian cuisine

Good news for Madisonians who miss Luigi's Diner: It's returning. Luigi's, a Food Fight restaurant that from 1997 to 2004 served fun Italian food at the corner of Main and King Streets (currently the Tipsy Cow), is being revived by Bill and Melanie Horzuesky, chef and co-proprietors of Bluephies Restaurant. >More
 Madison eats agenda: Taste of Sun Prairie, Day on the Farm, Willy Co-op Farm Tour, Underground at Graze, Summer Restaurant Week

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