when: Sunday, July 20th - Friday, July 25th where: Restaurants All Around Madison! what:
Madison Restaurant Week has quickly become one of the city's most popular culinary traditions.
Thousands of area residents make their way to support the local dining community by exploring the newest restaurants and hitting up old favorites.
Mark your calendars for this year's Summer Restaurant Week!
Sunday, July 20th — Friday, July 25th, 2014
This semi-annual event is the perfect opportunity for food lovers to sample some of Madison's finest local offerings.
Starting at $25, participating restaurants offer a prix-fixed menu with 3 courses and 3 options of each course.
Some restaurants offer a reduced menu for $15 for lunch.
This year, some restaurants are also offering $30 and $35 dinner options.
No passes, tickets or coupons are required.
Diners may simply visit their favorite participating restaurants throughout the week to enjoy the special menus.
Diners are strongly recommended to make reservations in advance.
Consumers with food or other allergies are encouraged to contact the individual Restaurant Week participants for information about potential risks. Madison Magazine will not assume any liability for adverse reactions to food consumed, or items one may come in contact with while eating at any Restaurant Week establishment.
To guarantee your authentic Restaurant Week experience, check out the list of the official participants at MadisonRestaurantWeek.com.
Madison Restaurant Week is presented by Madison Magazine.
When: Saturday, July 26th, registration at 8:00am Where: Starting at Rex's Inkeeper in Waunakee Details: Rita’s Ride annually raises funding for Lung Cancer research. The funding directly impacts Lung Cancer Research through the UW Carbone Cancer Center here in Madison, WI.
You are welcome to join us in our effort by attending Rita’s Ride 2014, Volunteering, or sending a donation. Click here for registration or to make a donation.
when: Saturday, July 26th 10:00am-9:00pm where: Law Park (Next to Monona Terrace) what: One day with lots of ways to celebrate the lakes! Featuring free boat rides, paddleboard, kayak, & canoe rides, music on a floating stage (Blues Music Award Winner - Frank Bey & Anthony Paule Band), water ski shows, Crazy4Lakes Discovery Center and kid's activity center!
when: August 14-17th where: Angell Park, near the intersection of Highway 19 and Highway N. what: Join Jonathan Suttin on Sunday, August 17th from 12p-2pm at Corn Fest in Sun Prairie. Come on down and eat corn, listen to the live music, and have an Ice cold beverage with family and friends.
when: Friday, August 22nd 5pm-Midnight, Saturday, August 23rd 9am-Midnight, Sunday, August 24th 9am-5pm where: Good Neighbor Festival Grounds (7420 North Ave. Middleton, WI 53562) what: Since 1964, Good Neighbor Festival has been bringing the Middleton community together. Over the past 50 years, this festival has changed a lot. The music sounds different. There are more midway rides. The city of Middleton is a bigger place than it once was.
But, through the years, some things have never changed. Good Neighbor Festival is still family fun, good music, great food and the good neighbor ethic. And it always will be.
Good Neighbor Festival grows out of the Middleton community. As the major fundraiser of the year for Middleton’s non-profit organizations, the event supports charities and worthy causes throughout the Middleton area. Event organizers continue to hope that visitors to Good Neighbor Festival attend not only to have a good time, but also to support the Middleton organizations that help our neighbors most in need.
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