Disco Fries’ "Breakfast All Day."
615 State St.
Minnesota-based Disco Fries is holding a soft opening this week and is expected to be fully open on Feb. 22. Madison is home to only the second Disco Fries; the flagship store at the Mall of America features a slightly different menu. Here, look for Southern-fried poutine featuring fried chicken, chicken gravy, cheese curds, onions and, of course, fries. The “Breakfast All Day” piles two fried eggs, bacon and American cheese on top of frites. Disco Fries will be open late (until 3 a.m. Thursday-Saturday). This will be the second specialty fry business to try to find a niche on State Street. Mad City Frites closed last April after being open for less than two years.
419 State St.
Palmyra Mediterranean Grill is going in a new direction. The restaurant, which opened in 2014 in the space that housed Yellow Jersey bicycle shop for nearly four decades, closed this winter for remodeling. It’s expected to reopen this spring with a new name, Zandrus’ Tapas. The focus will be on the Spanish side of Mediterranean cuisine. The Common Council will consider the restaurant’s liquor license application on March 7.
10 N. Livingston St.
Korean fried chicken, spare ribs, salt and pepper squid — Tory Miller’s Asian-fusion restaurant is now offering home delivery for lunch and dinner. Orders can be placed online at sujeomadison.com or by phone at 608-630-9400.