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Sardine
617 Williamson St.
Madison
608-441-1600

Hours: 5-10 pm Tues.-Thurs., 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat., 9 am-9 pm Sun. Brunch 9 am-2:30 pm Sat.-Sun.
Buy Fresh Buy Local partner, Contemporary American

Lakeside dining in the Machinery Row complex. Yes, they do serve fresh grilled sardines, as well as salmon, bass, skate and mussels, with pasta, beef and chicken rounding out the thoughtful menu. Sunday brunch is also a special treat here.
Price Range: $6 to $20
Features: Alcohol Served, Bar, Credit Cards OK, Handicap Accessible

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4.2/5 (based on 5 reader ratings)

My husband and I have dined for brunch twice and both times the experience, food, and cocktails were wonderful. We made reservations and requested the patio and were seated in the patio within 10 minutes of arriving. The Salty Dogs are the best in town; the grapefruit juice is freshly squeezed and the salt was high quality kosher. We are both vegetarians and have had the fresh herbs & gruyere and the brie/arugula/crimini omelets. Both were wonderful and came with fresh spring greens & frites.
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My experience is limited to brunch so far, but the duck salad, crab cakes, spinach omelet, pork sandwich have all been great. Only drawback is the occasional waterloggedness of some of the items. Frites tend to be a little schnivelly, but tasty nonetheless. Mussels were occasionally gritty, with more nulls than I would have expected, but again, also tasty. Love the atmosphere, love the drinks. Good service.
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