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What restaurants would be appropriate for a business meeting?

Looking for good food for a table for four for a business meeting.

3 Answers

answered by
B from Madison

Johnny Delmonico's on the corner of S Pinckney St and E Doty St (downtown). Good service & you can hold a conversation more easily (acoustics/ambient noise) than at other restaurants downtown.

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answered by
Jeff from Wisconsin

Miguel, check out Glass Nickel Pizza Co on Atwood. Its a great sit-down restaurant, features the best pizza in Madison and has parking in the back. It's about a mile away from the Capitol Square. Not into pizza? They have a great selection of salads and lighter fair, so everyone can find something they like.

If you're looking for something more downtown, try The Old Fashioned or Great Dane Pub & Brewing Co, they are Madison "Institutions". After grabbing a bite, take your group for a self guided tour of Wisconsin State Capitol building (it's free and open to the public). The historic building features amazing architecture and artwork.

I'm willing to share more if you can let me know where you want to meet and the requirements, parking, lodging, etc.

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answered first by
Amar from Ahmedabad

Hi Miguel, I would suggest Biaggi's Ristorante Italiano. Great italian food and nice ambiance. I have had few pre-interview dinners with potential candidates here and have never been disappointed. 

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