Grandstay Residential Suites Madison

5317 High Crossing Blvd, Madison, Wisconsin, 53718, United States
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  • Business93

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Unitarian Meeting House

by yooperprof

A Frank Lloyd Wright design from the 1950s - when Wright was in his 80s. The first sermon at the Meeting House was delivered by Wright himself. (It's actually in Shorewood Hills, a close-in suburb a few miles to the west of the University of Wisconsin campus.)

(For a similar Wright design from this period, check out his William H. Danforth Chapel on the campus of Florida Southern College. It's on my Lakeland FL page.)

Madison Mallards - minor league baseball

by Tom_In_Madison

Baseball. Pat of the Northwest League. Made up of mostly college age kids playing in the summer. Season starts around June and goes to mid-August.

Tix range from $3-$7, except for the special pricey options. Food here is surprisingly cheap. Usually draw 5000 people/night.

Steaks and Beer

by Jimmyp41 about Delaney's Charcoal Steaks

Very nice steaks, aparently at the top end of the market. Service was very good, however we wernt offered any of the specials. They also have Maine Lobster. Very satisfied with the food, however it's a bit pricey! I had the New York Strip Steak (~14oz). It came with a bowl of hungarian soup which like the steak was delicous. It cost 29 dollars. I really liked this restaurant. I tried all of their draught beers at the bar after the meal. Spotted Cow was my favourite.

a Madison's institution

by latte18 about Michael's Frozen Custard

If you have sweet tooth (or even if you don't), you've got to try the ice creams at Michael's Frozen Custard. Michael's opened its first location in 1986 on Monroe Street, just south of UW campus on the shore of Lake Wingra. It was not long before lines of customers regularly filled much of the parking lot. Two other locations in East side and Whitney Way (South) followed soon after. In 1998, Michael's sold 15,596 gallons of custard and used 4,260 pounds of pecans at the Monroe St location alone. Other than ice creams, Michael's also serve hot dogs and burgers. The restaurant opens all year round, but is particularly busy during spring and summer afternoons/nights, where patrons looking to beat the heat enjoy their ice creams on the outdoor patio or on the shore of Lake Wingra. The Sundaes: Strawberry Banana, Muddy Turtle

My Home Away from Home

by julieuzi about EVP Coffee

This is a locally owned coffee house where they roast their own beans. The coffee is brewed so you can enjoy it at a nice hot but not too hot temperature. For people not into coffee they have the best line of looseleaf tea or can make you a cup of godiva hot chocolate.

What made this my home away from home were the people. The owners were always friendly and the servers were pleasant, and fast with a quick smile. Several big cushy couches/chairs were around for you to kick back and enjoy your sips. Pleasant music always played in the background...go ahead and request something. The decor was special to EVP. Local artists were featured on the walls. Children's book and toys were in wicker bins. Antique coffee grinders were placced in the windowsill. If you look up above the counter you'll see what inspired the name "EVP"...a rowing oar. EVP stands for "Etes-Vous Prets?!" (pronounced "et-voo-pray") and means "Are you ready?!" It is the traditional starting command of rowing races. Kenya AAA Organic Coffee

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 Grandstay Residential Suites Madison

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Address: 5317 High Crossing Blvd, Madison, Wisconsin, 53718, United States