Great spot to buy unique food items and indulge in an enormous sandwich.
What started as a small tasting in a church basement five years ago has grown to a full-fledged foodie event.
Not your traditional food show. No questions are off-limits. Wine is close at hand.
Alimentari, an 1,800 square foot former laundromat at 306 S. Brearly St., will become an Italian deli selling dry goods and meats from all over the world.
Their goal is to create fruits and vegetables for local agriculture.
The plate: This foie gras mousse, a $12 “small plate” is the epitome of foodie Madison.
The inventive, fine-dining restaurant A Pig in a Fur Coat is closed while it gets a new bar and waiting area.
The five month old Madison Area Chefs Network is planning a new food festival for September in the new Central Park.
Forever Yogurt, a self-serve frozen yogurt shop based in Chicago, is entering the Madison market within the next couple of weeks with a location at 506 State St., next to American Apparel.
La Rocca's Pizzeria left its location at 940 Williamson St. at the end of last year and now two restaurant business veterans plan to open A Pig In A Fur Coat, offering Mediterranean comfort food, in that space.