Run by a sartorially savvy mother-and-daughter team, Posh embellishes exteriors with pulchritudinous body ornaments and understated accessories, boasting a wide array of both bejeweled and dejeweled beautifiers. Get a dangly pair of earrings to complement outfits or hypnotize stray cats ($8–$35), or treat yourself to a necklace or bracelet befitting black-tie nights at the monster-truck rally ($10–$100). Handbags and clutches store accoutrements in style ($20–$100). Additional items, such as sunglasses, scarves, and shoes, range from trendily chic to timelessly sophisticated. The store itself embodies elegance, its exposed brick walls, pastel hues, and sleek circular tables establishing a chic atmosphere in which to inspect trendy outfit ornaments.
At Rachel’s Roses, the knowledgeable staff helps customers select colorful, fresh floral arrangements and gifts to commemorate any special occasion. The shop’s bounty of traditional and contemporary bouquets send a heartfelt message such as “Happy graduation”, “Get well soon”, or “Congratulations on training your gerbil to fetch the paper.” The Basket of Sunshine, a cheerful UV-free collection of white and yellow buds ($34.99), brightens up even the gloomiest of days, and the Red Hot & Fabulous heats things up with a romantic mélange of roses, carnations, and hypericum ($49.99). The flower peddlers also stock an assortment of potted plants ($24.99–$99.99) and gourmet baskets ($59.99–$79.99).
Jewelry Works specializes in distinctive pieces made both on location and by outside artists such as Wisconsin silversmith Tim Miller, who knows how to fetch the eye and accentuate the limbs. Surrounded by the friendly shops at the Cedar Creek Settlement, shoppers can accentuate a full day of arts-and-crafts shopping with the perfect ring or pair of earrings ($5–$15), a neck-defining necklace ($10–$50), or a specialty pendant to complement an heirloom chain kept in the secret jewelry box back home ($20–$100).
The oenophiles at Grapes and Tastes perk up both amateur and experienced palates with an enormous assortment of more than 300 wines crafted from grape varietals from across the globe. Aspiring vino virtuosos can sample six selections during Grapes and Tastes’ Around the World with Wine Tasting event and discover a new favorite bottle to house cabernet-flavored miniature schooners. The tasting event showcases an extensive range of flavor profiles, appellations, price points, and adjectives such as oaky, in between sips, swirls, and fun-induced sneezing fits. Tastings are held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturdays from April 5 until May 26. (No tastings will be held on April 9 or May 14). Please see the Grapes and Tastes website for directions.
Cedarburg Outdoor Power retails and services all brands of outdoor power equipment. We've been in business for 22 years and pride ourselves in customer satisfaction. We sell consumer and commercial mowing and snow removal equipment. Our Mission Statement is: "HALF THE VALUE OF A GREAT PRODUCT IS THE SERVICE BEHIND IT"
The staff at Olive 'n Vinnie's Market believes you should never buy an olive oil or balsamic vinegar before tasting it. That's why they generously pour out samples of their more than 20 flavored balsamic vinegars and more than 30 cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oils. Their olive oils take on flavors such as garlic, mushroom, sage, lemon, and even butter, which offers a healthier option to consume the treat, beyond using it as chapstick.
Though they carry olive oils from throughout the world, their balsamic vinegars come from only one source: Modena, Italy. All their flavored vinegars are made in Modena, the city where it has been a staple since the middle ages. Their selection often veers a little from the traditional recipe, incorporating ingredients such as pomegranate, figs, dark chocolate, and espresso. These flavors add a sweet touch that make them perfect for salad dressings or dipping sauces.