When you think of Madison, WI, the first things that come to mind are Badgers, beer, and Caribbean food. Okay, that last one might not be entirely accurate, but after tasting the food at Cafe Costa Rica, you’ll be sure to equate this Midwestern town with the flavors of the islands.
I was living in Madison for over three years before I was finally introduced to Bandung Indonesian Restaurant. As the saying goes, “some things are definitely worth the wait.” Make sure you don’t make my mistake.
According to popular legend, the 4th Earl of Sandwich (left) was the eponymous inventor of the modern favorite. It has been said that Sandwich was a compulsive gambler who required easy-to-eat victuals during long stretches at the card table. On the contrary, it has also been speculated that Sandwich’s real compulsion was work, and that he ate slices of breads and meats while at his desk. Either way, the sandwich has earned a permanent spot in the modern culinary repertoire. Here are our favorite summer sandwiches:
Hi EatStreeters! I’m Eric Martell, co-founder and COO of EatStreet. I’ll lead off with a joke:
Q: What did the hungry computer eat?
A: Chips! One byte at a time.
I’m sure that’s the funniest thing you’ve read all day!
As Dishin’ it Out progresses, I’ll be writing posts called “Megabites.” I’ll be talking about our product and sharing exciting news from our company. Today, however, I’ll just start with a brief blurb about the three EatStreet co-founders: Matt Howard, Alex Wyler, and myself. We started EatStreet in 2009 in Madison, WI, as BadgerBites, for three reasons.