Yes, the service isn't great. So order another Heir Apparent or a Chef Don't Fly and a plate of the best curds in town, and get over it!
We landed here one night after deciding we didn't need to wait an hour for a table at the Old Fashioned, and it was the best thing that happened to our trip to Madison. Eclectic dishes, much of it sourced locally, and fabulous drinks. To start our group sampled several different cocktails - and since I'm writing this I get to say that mine, the Heir Apparent, was the best. Spicy pear vodka, Dry Honey liqueur and a ginger cognac? Hard to go wrong. But they were all stunning. And when in Wisconsin? The curds are large, ridiculously creamy, and addictive with a light vodka batter. Not to be outdone, the cheese plate presented four local cheese options recommended by our server, and he hit it out of the park. We moved on to entrees, and tried the sausage plate, the rib-eye, the sage gnocchi, and the moules frites. Then argued about which was better. The hickory nut-bourbon-caramel pie finished us off, and we couldn't have been happier.
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