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Winter weekend in Madison

Graze, a farm-to-table gastropub in downtown Madison, Wis., has a menu of small plates made for sampling. (Katherine Rodeghier / Chicago Tribune)

Tall windows at Graze gastropub overlook the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison.

 (Katherine Rodeghier)
Nearly 6,000 kinds of mustards from around the world are on display at the National Mustard Museum in Middleton, Wis., a Madison suburb.  (Katherine Rodeghier/for the Chicago)
The quirky National Mustard Museum in suburban Madison, Wis., has mustard-theme displays, a tasting bar and gift shop. (Katherine Rodeghier / Chicago Tribune)
A former stable houses one of two restaurants inside circa 1855 buildings at Quivey’s Grove outside Madison, Wis.  (Katherine Rodeghier/for the Chicago)
The Stable Grill at Quivey’s Grove outside Madison, Wis., occupies a 19th-century horse barn.  (Katherine Rodeghier/for the Chicago)
Wisconsin’s State Capitol was completed in 1917 and dominates the skyline in downtown Madison.  (Katherine Rodeghier/for the Chicago)
Mosaics and stonework add color to the ceiling of the rotunda inside Wisconsin’s State Capitol. (Katherine Rodeghier / Chicago Tribune)
The Old-Fashioned, the signature drink of Wisconsin, is a favorite at Madison’s Tornado Steak House.  (Katherine Rodeghier/for the Chicago)
The Unitarian Meeting House in Madison, Wis., was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and is open for tours. (Katherine Rodeghier / Chicago Tribune)
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