Madison is a village located in Lake County, Ohio, United States of America. According to the most recent census made in Madison, the population is of 2,921 residents. The area of the village is of almost 5 square miles. Madison was settled in the early 19th century and named in the honor of president James Madison. In the mid 19th century, the main industry of the village was based on iron. When iron businesses collapsed, the lake front became a popular area for tourists and some wanted to buy homes there, while other relaxed in retreats. In present, Madison is a wonderful holiday destination, especially if you travel with your family. If you visit Ohio, do not miss this lovely village. Take a few days and visit all its great points of interest.
Top Attractions within Madison
Los Compadres is a beautiful restaurant located downtown Madison, at 1410 Hubbard Road. This eatery is perfect for dinner. The Mexican dishes are deliciously cooked and the staff is very friendly. If you will pay it a visit ask for an Enchilada and for drinks try Frozen Margaritas. You will love the food and also the atmosphere of this nice Madison restaurant.
Cornerstone Brewery Company is another restaurant of Madison. This is located inside a cute little brewery. You will have the chance to try chips and salsa on the house, but also order for a grilled sandwich and fries. Eat them with beer, Grindstone Gold, for example, is one of the most appreciated types.
Grand River Cellars is one of the best wineries in Madison. It has a lovely location, at 5750 South Madison Road. The winery is beautiful and you can take a self guided tour. At the end of the day, do not forget to try the wines and to enjoy a wonderful dinner in the restaurant inside the facility.