Order the January issue: 2023 Restaurant Edition

The January issue of Madison Magazine highlights 10 restaurants we're excited about right now.
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Madison Magazine's January Issue

In the 2023 Restaurant Issue, we’re calling out 10 restaurants, new and renewed, that our editors have their eyes on. These restaurants redefine how we dine in 2023: They celebrate the dinner party, put a new face on fine dining, bring vegetables to the head of the table, adapt to social distancing and so much more. Plus, meet seven chefs who make change in our community, in and out of the kitchen.

Pick up the issue on newsstands December 28 or order a single copy of the issue here.

Some additional January stories include:
Houseplant Guide
: Houseplants can help fight the dreariness of January days. That’s why we’ve put together a beginner’s guide to get you started on your own indoor jungle just as we settle into the post-holiday, subzero haul. The guide includes easy-care plant suggestions, must-have tools and more. Find out just how powerful that pop of green can be to counteract the gray shades of winter.
Local Book List: Your guide to recent and forthcoming Wisconsin-connected reads.
Good Question: Is Weber Tires a secret society?
Epic Snowstorms: Madisonians have dug cars out of blizzards since the invention of the automobile.
The Essayist: Unglamorous and frigid though it may be, shoveling duty unites us all.
Hometown Bars: Neighborhood establishments, cozy bars and dives that help us weather the cold.
A Mother’s Fight: Champion boxer’s new book details why the fight of her life wasn’t in the ring.
Rae Senarighi: Painter celebrates transgender and nonbinary community with street and billboard art.

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