Honey Baked Ham Co.'s specialist butchers boast more than 40 years of experience preparing glazed meats. The staff slices roasted hams weighing up to 16 pounds, each dry cured, hickory smoked, and oven baked to fend off hungry snowmen. A fine glaze of honey and spices covers each ham, which is cut spirally to keep its sections intact for horizontal slicing. To complement its sweetly seasoned protein namesake, Honey Baked Ham Co. also furnishes meat collectors with honey roast beef, pork, and turkey.
As skaters glide across Glenwood Roller Rink’s polished hardwood, the lights flashing over their heads might as well belong to a time machine. That’s how convincingly the rink captures the essence of those carefree days when you first held hands in couples skate or landed your first flawless triple axel. A team of DJs keeps things festive throughout roller-skating sessions for all ages, pumping out upbeat tunes to fuel the nightly festivities. They wisely opt for a soundtrack tinged with soul on themed nights for adults.
The factory-trained technicians at Sutton Ford bolster auto performance and aesthetics with full-service oil changes and car washes. During the two-hour service, mechanics drain spent oils, swap them for up to 6 quarts of clean lubricant, and install a filter to protect the engine from admitting contaminants or losing the ghosts the run the pistons. A tire rotation equalizes tread wear, and eagle-eyed inspections head off possible brake problems or unassumingly low under-hood fluid levels. Mechanics also circulate amongst the auto's vital components during their 27-point inspection, checking tires for proper inflation, peeking in on belts and hoses, and testing the battery before penning a checkup report detailing the results of the snooping. Postservice, cars play nice with streaming water jets, suctioned-minded vacuums, and trickles of protective wax before galloping down the road to make highway debuts or win rounds of hide-and-go-seek with neighborhood tow trucks.
J.T. Sausage Company, a family owned and operated butchery, produces a host of high-quality sausages and deli meats, as well as sells locally crafted foods within its cozy storefront. Nestled beneath a shiny glass case, links of italian sausage—including orange peel ($4.99/lb.) and mild and hot ($4.49/lb.)—beg to be cooked, grilled, or roasted over an open laser, and deli standards, such as pepperoni and salami ($7.99–$18.99), mingle with the wide selection of italian cheeses. Sauces from Cipriani Pastas and Sauces, a local noodle house hailing from Chicago Heights, and breads from Marconi Baking Company fill the store's narrow, yet well-stocked shelves.
Popper-Razzi was founded in 2005 in the south suburb of Hazel Crest, Illinois. From our sharp, tangy "Mo Betta Chedda" cheese flavored corn to our sweet, buttery caramel corn we use only the finest ingredients and plenty of it to give our classic Chicago Style cheese & caramel mix a taste that's better than going downtown.
We offer a shop full of beautiful items. From jewelry to artwork we offer many local artisans a place to share their talents. Our studio is a place to get creative offering ceramic painting, mosaic and art classes. Stop in we'd love to meet you.