Whatever time of year you visit, there are plenty of things to see, do, taste, and explore in Middleton. Discover all of the “middle things" that make our area so special.
Stone Horse Green opened in October 2022 and includes an outdoor stage and band shell, an urban green space to enjoy, space for bistro tables, art installations that are interactive and beautiful, a fire pit, and public restrooms.
Capital Brewery specializes in brewing German style lagers and has won over 240 medals.The Bier Garten is open in the Spring and Fall, and offers live music and food vendors several days of the week.
Middleton is home to unique retail businesses, a charming downtown, and a stylish retail complex, Greenway Station. Throughout the city you’ll find 55 vibrant shops, galleries and retailers and find all the middle things your heart could desire.
Seasonal gifts, decorations, cards and party supplies galore are found at this adorable shop downtown. Little Pop Color Shop also has a robust online presence. Stop by and add a little color to your life.
Our philosophy is simple. Sometimes, you just need to turn off the electronics, gather around the table with the family or some good friends, and have some together time.
The Regal Find offers an eclectic mix of local, handmade, and vintage wares, fine art and one-of-a-kind gifts. It is also the perfect place to fuel your creativity through workshops and a wide selection of unique crafting supplies.
Middleton’s dining scene is full of flavor. And with over 70 restaurants, you’re sure to find something that more than satisfies your cravings.
The ultimate classic diner, serving diner classics like meatloaf and mashed potatoes, as well as innovative sandwiches, salads, and entrees. Outdoor seating available. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served 7 days a week. Famous for delicious pies!
Small gem in downtown Middleton specializing in Cajun cuisine. Be transported to New Orleans with more than 20 gourmet dinners, nightly specials, an extensive wine list, and live jazz and blues piano.
Restored to its original stone walls, ceiling and wine cellar, the 1847 at the Stamm House offers lunch, dinner, Friday Fish Fry, Saturday and Sunday Brunch, as well as a full bar.