The company hasn't posted about the switch on Facebook, but hundreds of people have sounded off beneath unrelated posts on Culver's page.
Amara, the restaurant from Rule No. One Hospitality Group, which manages Merchant and Lucille off the Capitol Square, is opening in the former Pasqual's spot.
Firefighters were called just before 5:30 p.m. Wednesday for a cooking fire that spread to the structure.
It joins Abacá in San Francisco; Anajak Thai in Los Angeles; Bacanora in Phoenix; Bonnie’s in New York City; Brennan’s in New Orleans; Canje in Austin, Texas; Daru in Washington, D.C.; and Dear Margaret in Chicago.
"We've had some visitors from other markets that have come to dine, which has been lovely," said Shaina Robbins Papach, who opened the restaurant last summer on West Washington Avenue, with her husband, chef Joe Papach.
"Customer service is just particularly difficult to be in right now," the head of the Wisconsin Restaurant Association said.
The food, drink and beer menus are full of so many great choices, you'll be planning your next trip before finishing your first meal.
Rule No. One Hospitality Group, which manages Merchant and Lucille off the Capitol Square, is opening a third restaurant, in August at Hilldale.
A sign at the shop at 2831 Parmenter St. thanks valued customers, saying it had been "a privilege to serve your community since 2017."
James Beard honoree Greg Wade has launched a new production facility for his award-winning bread on the west side of Chicago. Publican Quality Bread is a town favorite, supplying whole-grain long-fermented loaves to over 100 of the city’s top chefs and restaurants and to many independent retailers. But now, as it expand to a 4,200-square-foot bakery, Publican Quality Bread will have the ability to offer bread and bakery treats directly to customers from a retail counter.
Susan Bulgrin, who owns three local Culver's locations, is donating 100% of this past Tuesday's sales to Chef José Andrés' World Central Kitchen to benefit Ukrainian refugees and those going hungry in Ukraine.
Susan Bulgrin, who owns three local Culver's locations, is donating 100% of her Tuesday sales to Chef José Andrés' World Central Kitchen to benefit those going hungry in Ukraine.
Betty White's third and final husband was from this town of 2,625 and the actress had been spotted here more than once.
While the pandemic has created turmoil for the restaurant and bar industry, plenty of new restaurants, bars and coffee shops have opened in th…
Culver's CurderBurger, a novelty burger the Prairie du Sac-based chain is selling Friday, for one day only, tastes not too different from the company's ButterBurger with cheese.
The Pine Cone restaurant in DeForest closed Monday with the owner leaving a note on the door blaming the state and federal government for its demise.
Brennan Nardi calls March 17, 2020, a “fateful day.”
When things get tough, some Wisconsinites turn to cream puffs.
Thursday's episode focuses on Miesfeld’s, a family-owned and operated meat market in Sheboygan that's been in business since 1941.
A Madison restaurateur insists he had no idea the name of a noodle shop he's opening on Williamson Street includes words that sound obscene.
Kathy Cramer was honored to find out that Jon Stewart had read her book, "The Politics of Resentment," and that led to her giving the comedian a tour of small-town Wisconsin.
All of the Chick-fil-A restaurants in Wisconsin, including the Madison location at West Towne Mall, will celebrate the two newest Wisconsin Ch…
The original Sun Prairie restaurant is moving about a half a mile down Main Street and into a location three times as big.
Jeng's Asian Kitchen could open as early as Monday.
Instead of calling it fast food, co-owner Amin Shaikh calls Madistan "good food, fast."