Mickies Dairy Bar

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Mickies on a Sunday morning in autumn.

Mickies Dairy Bar (often shortened to Mickies) is a 1950s style diner located in Madison, Wisconsin.[1][2] Opened in 1946 by Mickey Weidman,[1] and located just across the street from Camp Randall Stadium, it has become a popular game day tradition amongst many Badger fans.[1] The diner is well known for its breakfast selections, especially the Scrambler, which is a large mound of potatoes, eggs, cheese, gravy, and a patrons' choice of other toppings.[3]

Mickies has also been featured on "Todd's Taste of the Town" during one of ESPN's college football broadcasts.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Prawda, Evan. "The Traditional Badger Breakfast: Mickies Dairy Bar". The Dish. Retrieved 6 November 2011. 
  2. ^ a b ""Todd's Taste of the Town" – Madison, Wis". ESPN SportsTravel: Photo Gallery. Retrieved 6 November 2011. 
  3. ^ ""Todd's Taste of the Town" – Madison, Wis". ESPN SportsTravel: Photo Gallery. Retrieved 6 November 2011. 

Coordinates: 43°4′3″N 89°24′47″W / 43.06750°N 89.41306°W / 43.06750; -89.41306