With one look at Oro di Oliva's selection of oils and vinegars, it's evident that they know that good food comes from high-quality ingredients. All of Oro di Oliva's oils and vinegars, which hail from across the globe, are bottled upon order to preserve their flavors. Their extensive selection comprises 11 types of extra virgin olive oils from locales including Chile and Sicily. For an added taste bud kick, they press some of the oils with ingredients such as whole fruit, garlic, persian lime, jalapeno, and basil for flavored variants. Their 16 balsamic vinegars are made from grapes and blended with black cherries, pomegranate, and Vermont maple. White balsamic vinegars bear flavors including honey ginger, white peach, and alfoos mango souls. In addition to oil and vinegar sampler packs, the shop stocks goods including cork spouts and black truffled sea salt to complement bottles.
The Exclusive Company—a Wisconsin-bred music-and-movie retailer—has given the gift of song since 1956, earning a Best of Milwaukee award from Shepherd Express readers in 2011. Passionate staffers guide visitors toward sprawling collections of rock and jazz and bins brimming with DVDs, Blu-Ray discs, and loose 8mm slides from Kenny G's summer vacation. In addition to peddling new vinyl releases such as El Camino by the Black Keys and Revolver by T-Pain, the shop functions as a trading post, helping to find loving homes for preowned films and music. All used discs are carefully buffed into shape before meeting their new owners, and each comes backed by a money-back guarantee, which promises store credit if a preowned item exhibits biting tendencies. Most used CDs, DVDs, and vinyl cost less than $20.
The Admirals is a pro hockey team that has been in the American Hockey League for nine years. Games are played in the Bradley Center, with mid-deck seats located in the front center sections that span the length of the ice rink. With an Admirals hockey game, spectators can enjoy puck-filled action that doesn't involve Shakespearean nature sprites, or simply kick back and hope to meet mascot Roscoe. Choose from the following game options:
Viktor Viktoria outfits women with an eclectic stock of club wear and avant-garde garb such as leg warmers and mini dresses. Shimmy into a pair of bootie shorts ($19.99), whose silver sequins will dazzle under disco balls or traffic lights. Slightly sheer mini dresses ($17.99) leave just enough to the imagination and rhinestone anklets ($14.99) inspire fashion-forward house arrests. Shop an array of bracelets ($21.99), or for a bit of vintage flair boxy fit Rock N Roll tees ($58) pay homage to fashions past.
In business since 1953, Koss immerses listeners in crisp, clean sounds with its range of full-size, portable, earbud, and wireless headphones, all safeguarded with a no-questions-asked lifetime warranty. Full-size headphones, such as the UR50 ($49.99), cover the earlobes with cushy padding and a smooth, isolated sound and the small KEB40 earbuds ($29.99) sustain enough stealth and sound to maintain a disguise while drowning out other Revolutionary War re-enactors. Keep your coif uncluttered with Sportclip stereophones ($9.99–$249.99) such as the KSC35, which clip cleanly to the ears and come with a convenient carrying case, keeping sound in and wet willies out.
The Meal Mobile lets you order from one of the 25 non-delivering local restaurants on its roster, which includes Thai, Indian, Greek, burger joints, and more. After ordering, a Meal Mobile driver will arrive with the goods in 40 minutes for a $4 or $5 delivery fee (this Groupon can cover the fee; check fees here). The food bearers can transport chicken quesadillas ($7.75) from Beans & Barley, the pesto and mozzarella-infused chicken linguine ($15) from Twisted Fork, the onion- and yogurt-cooked chicken curry ($13.29) from Maharaja, and more. The Meal Mobile's minimum order is $15.