7 brats with braggin’ rights in the Madison area
Locals don't just drool over these...
Southwest-Style Chicken Bratwurst
Featuring green chiles and cheddar cheese, this gluten-free brat is one of several brat choices in the Wurst Teller platter accompanied by sauerkraut and German fried potatoes.
Red Brat Reuben
This red brat is served on a pretzel bun with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing.
State Street Brats
Veal Bratwurst Dinner
It’s a worthy trip to this Swiss cottage in New Glarus for the veal bratwurst dinner that comes with red cabbage and roesti–hash brown potatoes with Swiss cheese melted into the middle.
When you can’t wait till the main course for that savory taste, order an appetizer of bratwurst and beer-braised onions wrapped in RP’s Pasta and drizzled with sweet and sour mustard.
Wisconsin’s Best Wurst Platter
A trio of wursts–bockwurst, knockwurst and weisswurst from Milwaukee’s Usinger’s–are dished up with house-made spaetzle and spicy red cabbage.
Sprecher’s Restaurant and Pub
Take home this bad boy that features marjoram, mustard seed, fresh parsley, coriander and garlic to create a bratwurst with an unforgettable acidic flavor.
Opt for this spicy Mexican-style brat when you’re feeling like a little extra kick between the buns.
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