I can’t tell you how often people have told me they wanted a inexpensive restaurant in Madison Valley. Well, I’m pleased to report that now we have one!
Two Doors Down is located at the corner of East Madison and John. The restaurant is owned by Erin Nestor, proprietor of The BottleNeck Lounge — two doors up. Erin and her team did a great job converting the old Philly cheesesteak location into an attractive, family-friendly burger joint.
Two Doors Down has only been open a few weeks, and I’ve already been there three times. My verdict: tasty, comfortable, and good value.
Great burgers — better than Red Mill, IMO. Yummy! The fries are topped with seasoned salt — perfect with the burger. In addition to the great hamburger options there are also veggie and non-beef sandwiches.
The great selection of beers on tap are brewed primarily by small, independently-owned craft breweries based in Washington and Oregon. The selection changes on a daily basis and includes Northwest IPAs and craft ciders.
The Classic burger is $6; other burgers average $9 apiece. From 4 – 5 PM on weekdays you can get the Classic Burger for $5.
If kids are not your thing, place your order at Two Doors Down, tell them you are going up to the Bottleneck, and the staff will bring your food to the bar. It’s SO great.
Two Doors Down
2332 East Madison Street