Restaurants & Bars

Tipsy Cow - Madison, Wisconsin

Monch | May 20, 201105:13 AM    

This place is a re-branding of "King and Mane" on the square in Madison.

We went Wednesday night and were VERY pleased with the changes to the menu.

The offerings are now "Wisconsin comfort food" just taken up a notch.

My wife had the "Tipsy Chicken Sandwich" and claims that it's the best grilled chicken sammie she's ever had. I can attest that the one bite...that was all I was allowed...I had was VERY good.

I tried the Slaw Dog and the grilled cheese sandwich. Both were very good. The dog, itself, was very unique. Very large and with an incredible "snap" to the casing. Tasty dog annd slaw.

The Grilled Cheese was a combination of cheeses (they escape me, now) and a slice of Neuske's bacon on seeded rye....I sure wish Mom would have made them this way!

The offering we could not stop eating were the fries. My wife had "Bacon/bleu cheese" fries and I had truffle oil fries.....both were fantastic.

The fare is reminiscent of The Old-Fashioned, but with enough of a twist to set it apart...while giving Old-Fashioned a run for the Wisconsin dollar.

I would recommend any hungry Hound, on the square for lunch, stop and give them a try.

I bet you'll like it!

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