Within the historic Cottage Grove Hotel--where Buster Keaton once stayed while filming "The General"--Buster's Main Street Cafe is serving up fresh-made breakfast, lunch, and dinner using local ingredients. Burgers crowned in such accouterments as bacon, cheese, and avocado are made from locally-raised, grass-fed beef sourced from Knee Deep Cattle Company. In the morning, omelets and several styles of eggs benedict reward early-risers. Later in the day, guests make way for a huge selections of drinks--the menu features hundreds of craft brews and ciders, as well as more than 200 craft sodas, including 50 varieties of root beer.
Sears Portrait Studio's original photographers committed their first family photos to film more than 60 years ago, and the studio's digital photographers continue the tradition of taking high-quality portraits at more than 1,000 U.S. locations open today. Each professional photographer completes a rigorous training program before they begin composing and shooting digital photographs, adopting styles ranging from formal portraits to passport photos. Their all-digital system lets customers access their photographs online, where they can add graphics before ordering prints for collages, greeting cards, mugs, and broken-mug collages.
Pure Esthetics Skin Care rejuvenates skin with LED light therapy and luxurious treatments powered by Repêchage, EcoEssences, and Anesi products. In addition to hydrating the skin, facials and body wraps purify pores with ingredients such as marine botanicals, antioxidant body butters, and soothing Hungarian Wellness mud. After visiting one of the studio's seasoned waxing technicians, brows, legs, and bikini lines emerge smoother than a dolphin in silk pajamas.
Shoestrings is this area's most complete shoe store offering exceptional quality and service since 2003. Nestled in the heart of Historic Downtown Cottage Grove you will find a large selection of quality footwear & ladies cute and casual clothing. We offer the style you have been looking for and the comfort you deserve.
La Boutique Upscale Resale houses new and gently used clothes from brands such as Coach and White House Black Market. Distract a building inspector from your tenement’s lack of traditional “ceiling” with stylish jeans ($18 or less) or a smart strapless dress ($15), each neatly paired with bold footwear such as apple-green stilettos ($14) or brown-fringe boots ($15). Money-savvy fashionistas can add flare to their new ensembles with sets of Newell’s Jewels accessories ($8–$28) or a pair of gem-drop earrings from La Boutique's exclusive line of jewelry ($7). The shop’s artful array of shoes, bags, and jewelry contrast with funky antique clocks, tall candles, and orchid plants, creating the most eye-pleasing place to shop outside of a strip mall designed by M.C. Escher.
More Of Everything's extensive sports salmagundi brims with Oregon Ducks merchandise and NASCAR collectibles. Upon entering the store, catch a rare glimpse of majestic Oregon Ducks– and Oregon State Beavers–themed cars in their natural linoleum habitat before surveying the sea of memorabilia, which includes NASCAR die-cast-model cars ($10) and OSU–themed toy cars ($9–$29). NASCAR hats stylishly protect hair from unexpected gusts of wind or hoards of nest-ready meadowlarks, and University of Oregon T-shirts ($15) swathe torsos in school spirit.