The historic Tenney-Lapham neighborhood on the east side of the isthmus is a residential hotspot for people seeking to rent or buy. The majority of the homes date back to the turn of the century, with a good mix of large to small homes, accommodating households of all sizes. The area offers three city parks, and with easy access to Lake Mendota and the Yahara River, residents enjoy water activities year-round, including sailboating and ice skating. Are you getting hungry? Head to the East Johnson Business District, where you will find many creature comforts, including top-notch restaurants. Casual dining options include the laid-back Caribou Tavern for great burgers and beer, and Salvatore’s Tomato Pies for authentic Italian pizza. For finer dining, try the upscale 18-seat Forequarter restaurant, known for sourcing local ingredients, or take a seat at La Taguara for real Venezuelan and Latin American dishes.
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