Skipping breakfast throws me off. It's the best way to get your day started and breakfast is easy to make at home. But getting breakfast from a diner is so much better, especially at the best breakfast place in Wisconsin.

We have so many cattle and livestock farms in Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, and throughout the Midwest. That's probably why breakfast tastes so good at your favorite Quad Cities breakfast spot. Eggs, bacon, sausage, and beef all come from animals on a farm probably close to you. But the only place that can take those farm-fresh ingredients and make them into a classic American breakfast is your classic diner. A diner that's a hole-in-the-wall place in Wisconsin has massive portions and it feels like you're stepping back in time can do that. that diner in Wisconsin was also named the best place to get breakfast in all of Wisconsin.

The website MSN found the 50 best hole-in-the-wall places to get breakfast in each state. The final results are from reviews on Yelp and TripAdvisor, recommendations, and rankings from local food experts. The restaurant that was picked for Wisconsin is a place that's serving up college students right in the heart of the U.S. Sure, they're Badgers but I'd make the trip to this place every day if I lived there. Which place is it?

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This Restaurant Was Voted the Best Place to Grab Breakfast in Wisconsin

The classic breakfast restaurant MSN picked as the best place for breakfast in Wisconsin is right in the heart of Madison, Mickie's Dairy Bar. As classic looking as a diner comes, Mickie's Dairy Bar is everything right about breakfast.

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This is what MSN says about the best place to get breakfast in Wisconsin:

"Mickies Dairy Bar is known for its hefty breakfast potions at a great price, with large-sized griddle cakes as big as your plate. It’s a cozy diner atmosphere with simple food offerings like corned beef hash and scrambles loaded with cheese and stacked on top of breakfast potatoes."

Great breakfast places are subjective because everyone has their own. Make sure wherever you call your favorite, continue to support them. Don't forget to try other local breakfast spots to give them your support too.

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