Stone House Dinner Thursday September 15th, 2022

The food at Quivey's Grove is as authentic as the decor.  Preparing the wholesome food of our forebears requires sweet butter, fresh potatoes, and heavy cream.  We do our own baking and cooking from scratch.  To maintain freshness we prepare limited quantities and sometimes can't anticipate the popularity of an item.  Enjoy your meal.



Madison Mushrooms~stuffed with Westphalian ham, served with Madeira cream  sauce,  honors the US President whose name was given to a patch of Wisconsin wilderness in 1836, the year of his death.  $10.95


Trout Black Hawk~Smoked trout fritters, with spicy remoulade sauce,  honors the Sauk Indian Chief who fought the Battle of Wisconsin Heights near Prairie du Sac in 1832.  $12.95


"King" James Strang Tarts~Cheese pastry baked with onions, leeks, scallions, cheese, andcream, commemorates the founder of a Mormon communityon Beaver Island in 1847 where he declared himself king. $9.95


Strudel Gorst~Duck and dried cherries in phyllo, served with port wine sauce, celebrates Robert Gorst, founder of a utopian commune inDane and Green counties in 1850.  $13.95


Sampler~A taste of our unique appetizers, to be shared around the table.  Small  Serves 2-3   $25.95     Large  Serves 4-6   $35.95


Salads & Soup

Fall Salad~Greens and tender fall spinach with julienne apples, pumpkin seeds, and cranberry walnut vinaigrette  $6.95

Wisconsin Cheese & Sausage Soup~Creamy aged cheddar with Bavarian Weisswurst, topped with pretzel croutons .  $6.95


Main Course

Sterling Beef~Pan seared three ounce steer tenderloin medallions with Madeira mushroom cream sauce, Dairyland cheese potato, and fresh green beans, honors professor John Sterling, the sole U.W. faculty in 1849, who also ran a second-hand furniture store to supplement his yearly salary of $500.  $25.95 for two, $32.95 for three


Chicken Fairchild~Buttermilk fried chicken breast, served on spaetzle with a Green County Swiss Cheese Sauce, and Brussels Sprouts, pearl onions and bacon, glazed in balsamic vinegar sauce, honors Julius Fairchild, Madison’s first mayor.  $22.95


Whitefish Astor~Cracker crumb crusted Lake Superior filets, pan fried in butter, with house-made tartar, parmesan potato, and maple glazed carrots, honors the first commercial vessel on Lake Superior, named for John Jacob Astor, the wealthiest man in America at the time, who had mining interests in the area as well as controlled the fur industry. The vessel sunk in Copper Harbor on the Kewaunee Peninsula in 1844.   $23.95


Duck Wilcox~Semi-boneless roast half duck with a port wine cherry sauce, served with wild rice, and fried apples, honors Westport poet, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, who coined the oft repeated phrase, "Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone."  $32.95


Lake Trout Phoenix~Alder wood smoked Great Lakes Trout filet baked with dill, lemon and caper butter, served with a fresh green beans, and a parmesan potato, honors the 250 Dutch immigrants who went down with the steamer Phoenix in Lake Michigan on November 21, 1847.  $24.95


Heileman Bavarian Dinner~Breaded pork loin & grilled weiswurst on apple cherry sauerkraut, with red potatoes smashed with garlic butter, cream and fresh herbs, honors Gottlieb Heileman, who emigrated to LaCrosse, Wi in 1857, and established the City Brewing Company in 1858, which became the G.Heileman Brewing Co. in 1871.   $22.95


Mushroom Leopold~Marinated portabella mushroom baked with fresh mozzarella, ripe tomato, and roasted red peppers, served with wild rice and maple glazed carrots, honors Aldo Leopold, Wisconsin's champion naturalist.  $19.95


Thursday Pork Schnitzel

A Quivey’s favorite since we opened in 1980.  Served with traditional spaetzle,

mushroom sauce, and green beans.  $18.50




Turtle Pie~Bavarian chocolate cream over caramel and pecans, a Quivey's original, now a favorite.

Apple Crisp~Baked fresh daily with an oatmeal crumb crust,served warm with vanilla ice cream


Other restaurants are in Wisconsin, Quivey's Grove is Wisconsin!