Madison's opened its doors in April of 1982 at 216 Madison Street, after extensively
remodeling "The State House and Senate Lounge" restaurant (formerly Adcock's Café).
Featuring authentic and original northern Italian cuisine, Madison's was a new and welcome addition to the capital city's eateries. In the spring of 1983, it was apparent expansion of space of the restaurant was needed. The neighboring restaurant, "The Brass Rail" was purchased and remodeled, increasing the size of Madison's Café to 7200 square feet with seating for approximately 200, lounge seating for 40, and two private dining rooms accommodating small groups and up to 120. Over the course of many years we have continually updated the aesthetics of the restaurant's interior, reflecting the past and
present with a mixture of warm woods, rich colors and various antiques throughout.
An outdoor patio area was completed in the fall of 2002, and is now a lively area for
al fresco dining. Madison's environment is unique and inviting - a gathering place for family and friends, or perfect
for that romantic dinner.
Our menu - featuring steaks, seafood, pasta, chicken, veal and more - is continually
updated reflecting current culinary trends and local seasonally available products. Choose a wine from the extensive cellared wine list to add to your dining pleasure. Or, delight in our unique Martini Menu.
From appetizers to after dinner drinks, it's a fun place to be.
Located in the heart of historic downtown Jefferson City,
Madison's is casual yet elegant, northern Italian fare at its best.
We strive to ensure that each visit to Madison's is better than your last...
where you are the center of our attention.