My wife and I took a drive to Mineral Point on Saturday for the "Clay in May" Pottery Studio tour, and popped into Cafe 4 for an early dinner. They specialize in pizzas from their wood-fired stove, which is situated in the main dining/bar area. The restaurant is in the old Chesterfield Inn in the downtown area. The dining experience was pretty exceptional...and the pizzas were very good as well. Serendipity alert...so, a summery day calls for summery music and we had Andrew Bird's Bowl of Fire in the CD player. Now, how many restaurants would you expect to be playing Andrew Bird, let alone a twelve year old Bowl of Fire CD that was not well known outside of Squirrel Nut Zippers aficianados? But there it was...'Glass Figurine' from the 'Thrills' CD, playing as we received our Lake Louie Porters and a bowl of warmed olives. Pizzas are the thin crust variety with half the menu red-sauced and half white-sauced - considered individual-sized for hungry Wisconsinites. I went for the Carbonara - white sauce, topped with red onions, asparagus from the family garden of one of the waitresses (can't get more locally sourced than that!), feta & chevre, and a sunny-side up egg! Very unique - kind of like a pizza benedict. My wife ordered the Champ - white sauce, topped with caramelized onions, mushrooms, truffle oil & rosemary. Very yummy. The menu is pretty basic: antipasti, salads, pizzas, calzones, some dinner specials, and a few desserts. The decor was very tasteful and fit well with the building. Hostess and wait staff were friendly, service was well-timed and attentive, and the bill was very reasonable. Well worth the stop if you're looking for an interesting casual dining experience in Mineral Point.