Groceries & Markets in Janesville

$15 for $30 Worth of Vitamins and Supplements at FitRx

FitRx

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Complement your workout with OxyELITE Pro supplements, ADAM multi-vitamins, M-Stak muscle builders, or other nutritional enhancers

$5 for $10 Worth of Popcorn Treats at Knights Gourmet Popcorn

Knights Gourmet Popcorn

Jackson Park

$10 $5

Sweet and savory flavors include caramel, jalapeño cheese, and Milwaukee mix popped with selection of trans-fat-free oils

Three or Five Nights of Prepared Dinners from Dine in 2Nite (50% Off)

Dine in 2Nite

Online Deal

$30 $15

Chefs whip up a variety of healthy, timesaving hot meals from fresh ingredients and deliver to your door.

$39 for Milwaukee Neighborhoods or Grill and Barbecue Spice Gift Box from The Spice House ($54.95 Value)

The Spice House

Multiple Locations

$54.95 $39

10 jars of unique spice blends inspired by ethnic Milwaukee neighborhoods or international barbecue styles arrive in a handsome gift box

24-Count Variety Pack of Cookies or 8 Moscato Cupcakes at Yummy's (57% Off)

Yummy's

Brown Deer

$35 $15

Cookies range from mini chocolate chip to peanut butter cup stuffed cookies; moscato cupcakes inebriate sweet batter with light, fruity wine

Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Take-Home Bottles of Wine at d’Vine Wine and Gifts (Up to 53% Off)

d’Vine Wine and Gifts

Palatine

$36.99 $18

Sample some of the boutique wine shop’s more than 100 different wines, many of which come from small wineries from around the world

Select Local Merchants

2017 E Humes Rd.
Janesville,
WI
US

Thirty years of practice has given the chefs at Irish Rose Saloon a refined sensibility, which they use to craft accessible pub food that pairs flawlessly with the bar's selection of craft beer on tap. The chefs travel to Chicago markets each week to find the freshest seafood, meats, and produce. Once they've dreamed up inventive daily specials, the options are displayed on a chalkboard menu that hangs on the restaurant's exposed brick wall, featuring entrees like duck meatloaf, jamaican pork, and sustainable fish such as Lake Superior whitefish and shrimp that always bring fabric bags to the grocery store.

These specials join the regular favorites on the lunch and dinner menus, including housemade veggie burgers, linguine with housemade italian sausage, and chicken breast baked in a wood oven. Patrons can team their selections with dozens of draft beers, such as regular and seasonal suds from New Holland and Flying Dog breweries.

519 E State St
Rockford,
IL
US

Dr. Tom Aldridge helms Odana Hills Dental’s friendly team of hygienists and dental assistants, who tend to grins within the comforts of a newly renovated, full-service dental practice equipped with advanced technology. Comfortable treatment rooms—each furnished with a television, modern lighting fixtures, and rich hardwood accents—keep patients comfortable as the staff performs services that range from routine cleanings to delicate root-canal therapy. Digital x-rays and intraoral photography assist the staff’s keen eyes as they scan mouths for cavities or abnormal alignment. Cosmetic enhancements include thin veneers to cover up chips and teeth whitening, which works to put each tooth closer to its dream of growing up to be a pearl.

5510 Medical Cir
Madison,
WI
US

The Wisconsin Cheese Man has been has been filling empty stomachs and dressing empty crackers with their high quality cheeses, spreads, and snacks since 1947. Each party-perfect, three-pronged option includes a half pound of cheese carefully matched with sweet and salty compliments, along with a marble cheese slicer ($15), saving you the exasperating trouble of provoking the cheese onto your cracker with excessive pretzel prodding.

301 Broadway Dr
Sun Prairie,
WI
US

Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters Café achieved a milestone in 2007. In only 365 days, their staff roasted more than one million pounds of coffee beans, or the equivalent of roughly 10 million last-minute term papers. And they continue to rack up impressive numbers on a daily basis. They consistently roast more than 100 types of singe-origin, blends, and Fair Trade-certified beans from across the world, and for some batches, they add more than 40 specialty flavors, including mint, chocolate, and cinnamon.

Some of these freshly roasted beans travel to retailers throughout the midwest, though much of the coffee stays on-site to the delight of local patrons. At the cafe, baristas serve food and pour countless cups of Berres Brothers' most popular flavor, Highlander Grogg: an indulgent blend of caramel, butterscotch, and hazelnut. Additionally, their retail shop brims with the aromas of Berres Brothers' full selection, as well as coffee gear such as grinders and french presses.

202 Air Park Dr
Watertown,
WI
US

Handmade Amish blankets and local delicacies call to Tammy Herrara. On a trip to Wisconsin, she visited an Amish market and fell in love with the concept of selling natural goods in bulk to help keep community members healthy. With help from friends, she soon discovered a perfect location in her hometown to sell a slowly expanding inventory of gluten-free and homemade foods. Today, her market sells everything from Michigan blueberries and freshly ground peanut butter to Mystic Monk coffee—the proceeds of which go toward rebuilding the Carmelite monks’ rectory in Wyoming. Patrons can also stop in for a quick cappuccino and one of Tammy’s turtle brownies, or they can peruse handmade Amish wicker baskets from northern Wisconsin. With its wood laminate flooring, local radio tunes, and on-call phrenologist, Friend's Country Market harks back to neighborhood shops and general stores of yesteryear. A recipe board even sits on the store’s wall, inviting visitors to paste their favorite recipes for other customers to try at home.

19 N Ayer St
Harvard,
IL
US