In a big city, Little Village wouldn't be considered a "Foodies" restaurant because although the food is very good, the menu is a bit dated. But in Baraboo, where I live, it's the "Foodiest" restaurant in town. Some of my family's favorites: goat cheese baked with roasted garlic and peppers appetizer; anything jerked; anything blackened; tortellini with mushrooms and spinach in roasted garlic sauce (my vegetarian teenage daughter orders this every time); anything Southwestern with the cumin sauce. I will say that we like things spicy hot, and if you like spicy hot, too, you will find the jerked, blackened, and Southwestern treatments flavorful but not as spicy hot as you might like. The specials are always good. The desserts are divine. Our favorite is the Lemon Poppyseed Poundcake. It doesn't say this on the menu or in the dessert case, but it comes grilled, topped with berries and real whipped cream. Yum! The beer and wine selection is good and we're microbrew snobs (my husband is an award-winning homebrewer). The prices are very reasonable - especially compared to big cities. The atmosphere is casual and cozy and artsy retro. It is a little small, so if you have a group of more than 4, come early or call ahead.
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