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Dig in to these new Madison restaurants

Check out these four new and upcoming local dining options.

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The best part of Mint Mark’s new location? Outdoor seating. | Photo by Mint Mark

Looking to shake up your local dining routine? You’re in luck. A handful of new local restaurants are now open and coming soon to Madison.

Ama Kitchen | 809 Williamson St.
This spot, owned by the son of the Himal Chuli owner, opened in early June. Its versatile menu features classic American breakfast fare and traditional Nepali dinners.

Lacy’s Cafe | 2262 Winnebago St.
Lacy Rude of Rude Brew Kombucha has taken over the space at Bur Oak that once was home to Ahan. Lacy’s is a snack bar that sells bites and brews from local spots like Madison Chocolate Company and Heirloom Bakery.

Mint Mark | 1874 E. Washington Ave.
Now open at its new spot in The Standard, this popular small plates restaurant is currently hiring line cooks and bartenders.

Molten Monkey Pizza | 912 E. Johnson St.
By September, Madison will have a new Detroit-style pizza place thanks to the co-owner of the former Ale Asylum. Otto Dilba is opening Molten Monkey in the building where Salvatore’s used to be, apparently a hot spot for pizza.

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