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Over at Heavy Table, James Norton interrogates the idea of a gastropub with a review of Stone Tap Gastropub in Hudson, WI. Under consideration: expectations, ambition, execution, and price. On the sub-par charcuterie plate: "There is absolutely nothing wrong with serving a lazy susan or relish plate for $7 at a local bar and not having your waiter or waitress know precisely what's going on, other than it's a bunch of stuff you can eat while you drink. But call yourself a gastropub and charge $15, and expectations change." [Heavy Table]

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