One of the most under-appreciated things about Wisconsin is that the dining scene is actually very good. There are so many restaurants you really need to eat at, but this list of 10 reflects a diverse mix of the types of dining you can find in Wisconsin. So head out to these places to get a taste of what Wisconsin cuisine is like.
1. The Immigrant
This AAA Four Diamond Award Winner is elegant dining at its finest. The multi-room setting and incredible attention to detail by staff makes this a true experience. 419 Highland Dr, Kohler, WI 53044.
2. Cafe Hollander
Delicious European-style eats and a huge array of Belgian beers makes Cafe Hollander always packed and a place you should check out. 7677 W State St, Wauwatosa, WI 53213.
3. Vino in the Valley
When eating at Vino in the Valley, you'll have to pinch one another to believe you are eating in Wisconsin. This al fresco, Italian eatery is unlike anything you've experienced. W3826 450th Ave, Maiden Rock, WI 54750.
4. The Robin's Nest
A crazy cool lakeside view and a phenomenal breakfast makes The Robin's Nest worth the drive and wait. 11014 Co Hwy B, Hayward, WI 54843.
5. Red's Supper Club
You must diner at a supper club while in Wisconsin. It's a classic supper club experience. 27569 WI-81, Cuba City, WI 53807.
You won't just find stadium brats in Green Bay. There's Hinterland, a fantastic restaurant with an amazing microbrewery. 313 Dousman St, Green Bay, WI 54303.
Is a better view possible? I don't think so. L'Etoile is all about farm-to-table, providing amazing French-inspired American fare. 1 S Pinckney St #107, Madison, WI 53703.
8. The Comet Cafe
Any place that has incredible vegetarian offerings AND serves free bacon deserves to be on this list. And they make a darn good bloody mary. 1947 N Farwell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202.
9. Il Ritrovo
Yes, authentic Neopolitan pizza is something that you can find in Wisconsin. Can't afford the airfare to Italy? You'll feel like you are eating there at Il Ritrovo. 515 S 8th St, Sheboygan, WI 53081.
10. Frank's Diner
It ain't fancy, and that's the way we like it. If you want a really good breakfast or a juicy burger in a no-frills establishment with great folks, head to Frank's. They've only been doing this since 1926. 508 58th St, Kenosha, WI 53140.
What restaurants are on your Wisconsin food bucket list? Let us know in the comments.