Friday, August 24, 2007

TDA Road Food Highlights 2007

If you know Those Darn Accordions, you know we like to eat. It's said that an army travels on its stomach, and it's the same deal for this squeezebox brigade. In the interest of sharing the wealth, here are some exclusive dining tips (in no particular order) from the TDA vault:

* Swiss cream pie at Turner Hall of Monroe, Wis. If you only know this fine venue for its musical offerings and wonderful staff, do yourself a favor and head downstairs to the Ratskeller next time. The food is fantastic -- so fantastic, in fact, that it's hard to nail down the most fantastic part. Delicious fried cod? To-die-for mashed potatoes? Light and wonderful Käsechüchli? Spectacular Rösti? On and on the options go. And the dessert list is truly formidable (I'll go with the Swiss cream pie, because it was out of this world).

* Dinner at The Corner Wine Bar in Indianapolis' Broad Ripple neighborhood. Unbelievably delicious food at a great price -- I heartily recommend the cheese crock, the tomato orange soup and the extra spicy gazpacho, and that's just the appetizer menu. And Broad Ripple rocks -- who knew? (Thanks Rob, Mom and Dad.)

* Lunch at the Water City Grill in downtown Oshkosh, Wis. The website is lame, but the food is delightful. (Try the grilled shrimp appetizer for a real treat.)

And the list grows ...

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Blogger It's Not Art said...

And to wash it all down...
I found Prairie Path Ale at Fitzgerald's bar during the Squeeze Machine release party to be quite nice. After chatting with the bartender, I found out it's from a local treat, courtesy of Two Brother's Brewery.

11:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ardy's & Ed's Drive in on South Main Street in Oshkosh has great burgers delivered by roller-skating car hops.

If that isn't enough, get some frozen custard for dessert over at Culver's off of Omro road, just west of US41. Mmmm!

8:38 AM  
Anonymous Bill In Milwaukee said...

Hey! I stopped at Ardy's & Ed's in Oshkosh on my way home from the Waterfest show. Neat old time drive-in with great root beer. Love the gals on roller skates in skirts!

*Bill In Milwaukee

1:08 PM  
Blogger Paul said...

Might I add the Marriot in West Des Moines, IA. I had the best steak of my life. Guess you could call that..Steak for One.

6:19 PM  

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