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Restaurant week in Madison, WI

Take a look at the 22 participating eateries.

608 Merchant

City Editor Ally recommends Merchant for their steak frites.

Photo by 608today team

Don’t stress over dinner plans next week. Madison’s 2023 Winter Restaurant Week has got you covered. Check out these 22 participating eateries that are offering prix fixe lunch and/or dinner menus ranging from $20-$50 per person.

  1. Amara | Coastal Italian, new to 608
  2. Bandit | A la carte tacos
  3. Bassett Street Brunch Club | Vintage theme plus all-day brunch
  4. Bonfyre | Upscale casual eats
  5. Buck and Honey’s | Comfort food and live music
  6. Craftsman | Craft beers and classic tavern menu
  7. Delaney’s | White tablecloth steakhouse
  8. Eno Vino | Upscale tapas
  9. Heritage Tavern | Upscale contemporary American bites
  10. Liberty Station | Classic smokehouse tavern
  11. Mariner’s Inn | Old-fashioned steakhouse
  12. Merchant | Farm-to-table gastropub
  13. Migrants | Mexican food with vegan options aplenty
  14. Nonno’s | Casual Italian dining
  15. Osteria Papavero | Large portions of classic Italian eats
  16. Palette | Classic American fare with unique craft cocktails
  17. Porta Bella | Romantic ambiance and Italian food
  18. Salvatore’s | Locally sourced Italian food
  19. Steenbock’s | Modern American bistro
  20. Tavernakaya | Japanese sushi, ramen, and tapas
  21. The Statehouse | American hotel dining
  22. Villa Dolce | Modern Italian cafe
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