You eagerly made plans with your friend to check out that restaurant you’ve been dying to try for ages, but when your reservation time rolls around, you’re just not feeling up for it anymore. Whatever it may be, the weather, the traffic, how tired you are, it’s never okay to not call the restaurant to cancel.
Have you ever posted a restaurant review online? If you have, the chances are good you took the time to do it because you wanted the restaurant to know about your experience, and you wanted to help others have - or avoid - a similar experience. Yet based on the snarky, extreme reviews we all have had the displeasure of reading, the question had to be asked: is there a right and a wrong way to write a restaurant review?
In any great food city, you'll find them - those streets that seem to be an authentic, walkable, neighborhood equivalent of a food court. So many dining options and so much variety, that you could practically eat every meal along a few blocks for a month and never have the same thing twice.
In Madison, one of those concentrated dining districts is found along Monroe Street, and from Gates & Brovi to Pizza Brutta, we're highlighting some of our favorite ways to "eat the street".