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Travel Tips For Wisconsin Foodies: 7 Places to Visit for Food-Loving Travelers

By    |   Wednesday, 21 Jan 2015 05:44 PM

Wisconsin is known for its great culinary heritage, particularly when it comes to cheese. Here are seven travel tips for food-loving travelers making their way through America's Dairyland.

1. Launch your culinary adventure at Fromagination in Madison. This gourmet cheese lover’s destination is one of the state’s premiere cheese shops.

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2. Also in Madison, The Old Fashioned tavern and restaurant offers such local favorites from Door County cherries to artisan cheeses to beer and bratwurst.

3. A not-to-be-missed destination for the food lover, the Dane County Farmers Market showcases Wisconsin’s culinary spirit by featuring more than 300 vendors selling items like baked goods, artisan cheeses, honey, fresh meats, and organic produce.

4. The Alp and Dell Cheese Store is a premiere destination in Monroe for cheese lovers from all over the world. The store offers more than 125 cheeses — gruyere, fontina, havarti, edam, gouda, raclette, rofumo, and butter vase are specialties. Alp and Dell's selection of cheeses is sourced from both local artisans and well-regarded European makers. The store also sells sandwiches made to order, beer, wine, meats, ice cream, plus souvenirs and gifts.

Cheese is made on site some days and visitors can view the cheese-making process from observation areas. Tours are also available.

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Chalet Landhaus Inn and Restaurant in New Glarus offers Swiss and American fare and features a Swiss-trained chef and fondue demonstrations. For groups of 10 or more, the demonstration includes a fondue history lesson and tips on what to serve with melted cheese.

6. Sanford Restaurant in Milwaukee describes its culinary philosophy as modern ethnic, blending international food traditions with contemporary fare and locavore sensibility. The atmosphere at this dinner spot is described as upscale but welcoming.

7. If you're looking for award-winning wines made inside a stone 19th-century wool mill, head to the Cedar Creek Winery in Cedarburg. Guided tours of this nationally and internationally recognized winery are offered daily. At the end of the tour, guests can enjoy a complementary formal wine tasting in the Cedarcreek tasting room. Private and after-hours group tours can also be booked at the winery.

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