Swing by Sports Page Bar and Grill in North Prairie for your next meal.
Diners who avoid fat need to be careful, though, because Sports Page Bar and Grill's menu does not offer low-fat options.
At Sports Page Bar and Grill, your large or small group can be seated quickly and comfortably.
Bring your car to dinner and easily find a space in the area — street parking is available, as is a nearby lot.
A mid-priced establishment, Sports Page Bar and Grill offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less.
Sports Page Bar and Grill happily accepts all major credit cards as a form of payment.
Enjoy a large array of finger food at Mt Bar, a local pub.
Low-fat eaters will need to take care, however, since the menu does not feature any skimmed-down fare.
Mt Bar is a prime location to dine with a group.
Diners who appreciate a no-frills environment come to Mt Bar in jeans and a hoodie.
The restaurant is next to a parking lot, but drivers can also settle for street parking.
A visit to Mt Bar will set you back less than $30 per person, so you can make it a regular part of your schedule.
Mt Bar is cash only so be sure to swing by an ATM on your way.
The Capitol Pedaler was designed and built by a Dutchman in bicycle-happy Amsterdam before arriving in Madison to whisk travelers around town in eco-friendly style. Lovingly referred to as ?The Big Red Bike?, it adopted its signature hue state-side in honor of the Wisconsin Badgers, and frequently takes breaks from escorting pub-crawlers and wedding parties to ferry fans on game day. Capable of accommodating up to 14 passengers, with the recommended group size of at least six?eight pedalers the vehicle typically cruises at 5?7 miles per hour?the perfect speed for drag racing local steamrollers.
Prechosen routes include excursions to the zoo or the Old Sugar Distillery, making up to three preselected stops en route at local bars, public parks, and coffee shops. While alcoholic drinks aren?t allowed on the foot-powered party bus, passengers are welcome to bring their own snacks and nonalcoholic drinks to enjoy between stops, and can blast premade playlists of party songs or favorite commercial jingles courtesy of an on-board stereo with iPod and mp3-player connections.
Come to Orpheum Theatre to grab an American classic with a side of fries.
Serving the opposite of low-fat fare, Orpheum Theatre is perfect for people who want to indulge.
Be sure to complete your meal at Orpheum Theatre with a drink from the restaurant's full bar.
Whether you have a large or small group, Orpheum Theatre can accommodate both.
The restaurant features live music and a dance floor, so you can kick up your heels and step to the rhythm.
Loud is an understatement when it comes to the decibel levels at this restaurant, so it's best to save conversation for another location.
If your weekend plans include a trip to the restaurant, avoid the packs of people by securing a reservation ahead of time.
Drive to lunch or dinner at Orpheum Theatre and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street.
At Orpheum Theatre, bikers can lock their bikes safely outside.
A typical meal at Orpheum Theatre will set you back less than $30.
Stop by for three square meals a day — Orpheum Theatre serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Vintage Brewing Company deluges devotees with bountiful beers born out of Belgian, German, and American traditions. These refreshing hop-laden selections rest beside a slew of creative culinary concoctions, many of which comprise locally sourced ingredients. A plate of AJ's pretzels ($6) saunters in at the beginning of a feeding frenzy, with house-made pretzels perched on a pedestal and set to dive into a sea of VBC beer mustard and cheese dip. Vintage Brewing Company ups the burger ante with bratwurst burgers ($10.50) that explore what happens when two 4-ounce grilled brats are picked to live inside a beer-bread pretzel roll with oatmeal stout bacon sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and beer-cheese sauce. Throughout the visit, diners can pair plates with an array of bottles and cans, beers on tap, and wine.
Lucky’s satisfies appetites for pub fare and sports with a lunch and dinner menu and 50 televisions broadcasting all major sports packages from above a dark wood bar. Patrons can commence flavor explorations with six wings, which cooks toss with a choice of buffalo, barbecue, or garlic-parmesan sauce ($6.99), before strapping one to each shoulder to attract newly single griffins ($6.99). For the Wild West burger, grillmasters herd a beef patty and strips of applewood-smoked bacon onto a fresh kaiser roll smothered with barbeque sauce, grilled onions, and cheddar cheese ($6.99). As parents masticate on the sauerkraut-filled Regent Street reuben ($7.49), pint-sized palates can step up to bat with the minor leaguer’s menu and punt a slider hamburger into a side of fries or applesauce ($2.95).