The Agave Kitchen grills, sears, and fries up burgers, fish, and border-inspired entrees with Southwestern flavor. The menu boasts decadent starters such as the twin filet mignon sliders with caramelized onion and blue cheese ($9.50), while main dishes range from the adventurous lobster mac 'n' cheese with apple-wood-smoked bacon ($15) to traditional deep-fried chimichangas stuffed with a choice of beef, chicken, or pork ($12). The Agave Kitchen's specialty burgers come with a choice of Angus beef ($11), chicken breast ($10), or black-bean patties ($12), and come in flavor-combinations such as the Shrub burger with bacon, jalapeño, and mac 'n' cheese, and the Steeburger Deluxe with bacon, cheddar and jack cheese, pulled pork, barbecue sauce, and coleslaw.
Even on a cold wintry day, the staff at FreeStyle Yogurt will always choose frozen yogurt for dessert or a snack. That's because their yogurt is made with live and active cultures and may help boost the immune system, unlike some other frozen yogurts made from a powdered mix. To add to the health benefits, FreeStyle's 14 flavors include no-sugar-added varieties and non-dairy sorbets. A self-service set-up lets customers pick and choose from 50 toppings such as fresh fruit, granola, and boba.
Hudson Optical adorns oculars with a range of budget and high-end eyewear for men, women, and children. Visitors can choose from an extensive selection of brands, such as Kashiyama Japanese eyewear, Dolce & Gabbana, and Ice Cream French Eyewear, as they seek to pair elegant frames with eligible lenses like a Victorian matchmaker. Frames designed by Kennith Cole ($159), BCBG ($189), and Cole Haan ($199) comfortably perch on bridges of noses, while eye-opening bifocals range from the Crizal Avancé bifocals ($290) to the Varilux Progressive Transition lenses ($375). Hudson Optical can perform eye exams on-site but welcomes outside prescriptions as well. Groupon customers will also receive a complimentary deluxe case, cleaner kit, and portable fire hydrant to keep the spectacles spick-and-span.
Greeting diners with the coziness of a North Woods lodge, Season's Tavern warms bellies with a hearty spread of burgers, steaks, fish, and sandwiches. The rustic eatery showcases fresh Canadian walleye throughout its menu in a variety of preparations. Cooks lightly bread and fry the fish to fill appetizer baskets, blacken fillets to line sandwiches, and fashion walleye into cakes to celebrate sailors' birthdays. Diners can also customize 7-ounce burgers with onion rings, cheese curds, and other toppings, or sample the tavern's monthly specials, such as the Wisconsin beer-cheese burger.
A laid-back, personable eatery, Kozy Korner sates pizza and hops cravings with indulgent meal pies and a choice of slice-complementing draft brews. Kozy Korner's pizza scramble unites breakfast favorites in pie form as it bubbles with cheddar cheese, eggs, hash browns, special sauce, canadian bacon, bacon bits, and a bacon alarm clock set to chime at the first sound of hunger pangs (a $21.75 value). Volley hearty taste buds at the scramble supreme, which mirrors the toppings of its less supreme counterpart, adding a blanket of cheddar cheese, pepperoni, italian sausage, green peppers, onions, and mushrooms (a $21.75 value).