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MEAT + GROCER + EATERY

Tues - Sun   11am - 7pm

PATIO SEATING ONLY

NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON

Monday Closed

608 - 842 - 0139

Bringing the Farm to you

 
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OUR MARKET

Local + fresh 

Branch + Daughter, Specialty Market in Windsor WI, is your neighborhood butcher providing locally sourced quality meats, artisan pizza, Wisconsin small batch goods, beer, wine and spirits.  

What to expect when you visit

Within our quaint 700 sq ft. market, we bring you back to a simpler time where you can pick your meat and eggs from the local farmer and watch our team fire off your pizza to share with neighbors. 

MEAT COUNTER - Specialty cut meats, poultry and seafood, pre-seasoned sides, deli selection, and prepared chef created meals.

EATERY - Artisan pizza made with quality meats sliced by our butcher.  Canned cocktails, wine, beer, and spritzers for consumption or purchase. Outdoor seasonal seating only.

MARKET - Locally sourced small batch goods, beer, wine, and wide variety of bourbons and spirts. 

 

THE PORCH - Two seasonal dog friendly patios. Available for private events. 

GIVE THE GIFT OF GRILLING

Gift cards in all denominations are available in the shop.  Stop by during our store hours to purchase.  Gift Cards are not available online at this time. 

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INTERSTED IN PARTNERING?

At Branch + Daughter we are always looking for additional, unique and
local products, to feature in our market.  If you
are interested in partnering with us please
contact us here.

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BRANCH+DAUGHTER NEWS

Making Dough

 

Madison Magazine

4 new protein purveyors in the Madison area

 

Neighbors of Windsor & DeForest Dec. 2021 

Achieving their dream in Windsor

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