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Downtown 2020 Volume 13 Issue 1

Downtown 2020 Volume 13 Issue 1

Keywords: Downtown Magazine,Kenosha

Your 2020
Dining Guide
& so much more

Vol. 13, Issue 1 2020


OWNTOWN DINING GUIDE • 2020 DOWNTOWN DINING GUIDE • 2020 DOWNTOWN DINING GUIDE • 2020 DOWNTOWN DINING GUIDE • All season long, dining in We have long housed the culinary scene is ever transform- cheese curds can still have a
Kenosha is a tantalizing experi- iconic staples - breakfast joints ing. Wine Knot serves the fresh- place at any fine dining estab-
ence. But winter time is one of like Franks Diner and The Coffee est ingredients, honoring classic lishment among a menu of gour-
my favorite seasons to talk food. Pot that serve heaping plates dishes with nods to international met delights.
Downtown Kenosha has a cer- with all the butter and none of flair - all with a recommendation
tain romanticism that comes the diet (ok, so they do have of a fine wine from one of their But the best part of
from being so close to the lake- some healthy options but expert staff. Grease and Honey Downtown dining is the unique-
front. From the sounds of where’s the fun in that). Where has wowed the community with ness of the “mom and pop”
bustling winds that make waves our Italian roots show off classic culinary creativity from unique familiarity you cannot get from a
of grey and white crash against cooking that makes you feel like coffee creations and seasonal franchised dinner. Unique in
the rocky shoreline, to experienc- you’re in Nonna’s kitchen at Villa menus, to reimagined food expe- experience, Downtown Kenosha
ing the rainy mists that eventually D’Carlo, and where you can still riences - leaving us with mouth- is here to hold on to the heart of
turn to giant snowflakes, it is a devour the famous tg’s beef watering anticipation of what’s connecting through food. With
time when we all want to feel the when visiting the oldest next in their latest adventure at these successes now, more than
familiarity and coziness of home. Downtown bar. Visit the upscale The Apis. ever before, new restaurant con-
What better way to fight the win- bar and grills which have sprout- cepts keep promising a future
ter blues than by sitting near a ed up in our Downtown district And let’s face it, if we are home downtown. So come out
fire while sipping cappuccino at like Slip 56 and Ashling on going to be known for beer and and enjoy our winter wonder-
the Stella Café? Or watching the Lough. You’ll enjoy new creativity cheese, you better believe we land, because when you visit
winter storms roll in from the lake explored like the gourmet burger are creating the best – enjoy Downtown Kenosha, you will feel
while sitting near a window, and mac options from Captain either of our micro-breweries like home!
warming your hands around a Mike’s which packs the house Public Craft or Rustic Road and
coffee mug at Harborside during dinner hours. And now, you can attest to their success, By Alexandria Binanti Robinson
Common Grounds? And what’s when thinking of fine dining, our and the Stella Hotel’s 1844
a better meal than digging in to a Table and Mash would argue that – Downtown Kenosha Inc.
hearty pot roast or piping hot
stew from Ashling’s with some Executive Director
Irish music playing in the back-
ground? Or even finding yourself
with a handcrafted night cap at
Sazzy B after a long-enjoyed din-
ner? Kenosha invites you to
delight in everything we have to
offer. Because what better time
to enjoy a meal than when you
can have such a warmth of expe-

In a community that was once
bars with beer and cheese,
Kenosha has become a plethora
of culinary talents to suit any
food palette.

Alexandria Binanti Mary Spence,
Robinson, Organization
Executive Director Coordinator

Downtown Kenosha Inc. Board Members

Jennifer Dooley Hogan, President • Riki Tagliapietra, Vice President • Martin Lacock, Treasurer

John Boldt, Secretary • Heather Wessling, Immediate Past President • Kevin Ervin, Frank's Diner

Racheal Hernandez, Downtown Investor • Matt Monroe, Heartland Bank • Bill Siel, City of Kenosha Alderman

A.J. Swartz, Berkshire Hathaway Epic Realty • Derek Petersen, Johnson Financial

Sharon, Buddy, & Judy of Copy Vol. 13, Issue 1 • Winter/Spring 2020
Center never miss an issue of Downtown Kenosha Magazine produced by Carmichael Communications, 1420 63rd St.,
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Ben & Angie at Union Park Tavern Jeanette & Michael at Capt. Mike’s

Why did you choose Can you describe your typical day at
Downtown Kenosha? We were work? We're surrounded by great staff,
lucky enough to buy a local busi- great customers, great food and great
ness with a great reputation and drink, so it's pretty great. We work hard
location. Also a big point of but we also know how to play hard and
attraction was this location in have a good time.
Kenosha's Arts District.
What do you enjoy doing on your days
What do you enjoy doing on off? Michael is a member of a small Irish
your days off? We love our dogs band with his cousin Dan called The
and patronizing the other won- Craic. Besides that, we both enjoy taking care of our 2 year old
derful businesses in town, partic- dog, Ralphie, and traveling.
ularly in the Arts District and
Downtown. What other Downtown restaurant always gives you a great
meal? We love Franks Diner or The Coffee Pot for breakfast, if
What other Downtown restaurant always gives you a great we want great pizza we don't have to go too far to Villa D'Carlo.
meal? Our favorites are The Coffee Pot, Franks Diner, and
Captain Mike’s. What is your specialty item? Well, we did just win the Best
Burger in Kenosha so we'd have to say burgers but we do a really
What are your speciality dishes? The German Eggs Benedict great Mac and Cheese too.
on our brunch menu, Fish Fry and Broasted Chicken on Fridays
and Saturdays, respectively. What is your key to success? Our awesome staff and the qual-
ity of our products. We put a big emphasis on service and we
What inspired you to start your business? Angie grew up in want everyone to have the best experience possible when they
the business, experiencing all aspects of tavern life from the come here.
inside out. Ben grew up interested in cooking and enjoys the
vivacity of the kitchen. What makes your establishment stand out from others? We
have a pretty awesome lighthouse that I don't think anyone else
What makes your establishment stand out from others? can boast to have and when the garage doors are open here in the
Care for quality above costs. Our staff and our product is the summer we can't think of a better place to have a drink when the
best of Kenosha. lake breeze passes through.

Robert at 1844 Table & Mash Kristine & Sawyer at TG’s

Can you describe a typical Who inspired you to start your
day at work? Executive business? Kristine: My old boss,
chefs in a boutique hotel need Kevin Krause, was the one to real-
to be very “hands-on.” You ly help me realize I could be more
have to wear many hats, and than what I was, and overall helped
be flexible and willing to me become a better person in gen-
assist in other areas of the eral. My husband, Randy, has also
hotel. been a gigantic help and constant
inspiration to this operation!
What is your speciality
item? For lunch, I recom- What other Downtown restau-
mend The Stella burger 3- rant always gives you a great meal? Kristine likes Sazzy B, but,
meat blend, Nueske’s pork “Captain Mike’s Mac & Cheese is pretty damn good if I may say
belly, onion confit and so!” Sawyer also likes Sazzy B, but says he loves getting a good
Wisconsin white cheddar. For sugar fix at Robin’s Nest Cakery, “I go in for a muffin, and leave
dinner: The Chicken Lollipop with half a dozen cupcakes….everytime!”
- bacon wrapped chicken
thigh with cassis butter sauce. What do you enjoy doing on your days off? Kristine: I’m a
huge animal lover, we have two pups! Sawyer: I’m a big music
Who inspired your work? My Grandpa was a great cook. I and food guy; love to hit the record shops and vintage stores.
spent a lot of time with him and watched him cook. I can still
remember the wonderful smells. What is your speciality dish? The hot beef! It’s been a staple
since 1889, and we’re still serving it up the way Chet did back
What do you enjoy doing on your days off? Spending time then! If you haven’t had it, you’re not livin’ life right!
with my wife and kids. Fishing, ice fishing, boating, attending
sporting events and traveling. What makes your establishment stand out from others? I
think the fact we offer an old school atmosphere, coupled with a
Why did you decide to become a chef? I realized that I could lot of history, and comfort food ties it all together. Here’s a fun
do something for a living that I really loved. I also love taking TG’s fact: during prohibition, there was a tunnel to gain or
care of people, whether it is at my house or at work. escape our speakeasy! But, in the end it, in comes down to three
words: The. Hot. Beef.
(Pictured above with Executive Sous Chef Jose Burgos.)
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1844 table & mash We asked our readers to post their favorite Downtown Kenosha
photos on Instagram using the hashtag
Be unique. Eat unique. Located Wednesday in their vintage #downtownkenoshamagazine!
in the elegant Stella Hotel & inspired lounge. Meet the friends
Ballroom, 5706 Eighth Avenue, at out on Thursday for their special Be sure to tag your pics for the next issue, and follow us on
the 1844 Table & Mash, they Shareable Menu. When the Instagram @downtownkenoshamagazine
believe that a great experience weekend comes, they offer the
stems from a great meal. That’s best Friday Fish Fry around, and @kenoshame
why their chefs only utilize the the Prime Rib on Saturday is
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If you would like to enjoy a
Open daily for lunch and dinner cocktail with your dinner, The
with daily specials: Surf and Turf 1844 Table & Mash offers up an
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Enjoy $5 select scotch, bourbon, Visit their website at the1844.
and whiskies on Whiskey com for details!


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• We have a full beer, wine, and cocktail offering
• We make top notch Bloody Mary’s!

• Our cuisine is American Diner but you never know what our specials may be
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restuarants of downtown Downtown Kenosha Magazine

with Lou Rugani We reached out to social media and asked:
What is your favorite meal to order in Downtown Kenosha?

“Chilaquiles from Sazzy B’s brunch.
- Barbara Kubas

“The Stuffer with American
fries and homemade toast at

Franks. Heavenly!”
- Laurel Paschke

Although the building still stands “Stella Burger with their hand cut fries or
and remains in operation, the glory days cauliflower mash vegetarian dish at 1844
Table and Mash in the Stella Hotel !”
of upscale dining and dancing at the - Lisa Henthorn
Hotel Dayton are probably behind us, but
“Chili Cheese Dogs
who knows what the future will bring? at Trolley Dogs.”

Downtown Kenosha hosted the new Town Casino restaurant and - Alex Peterson
theatre lounge just before Christmas of 1942. An archaic city ordi-
nance had to be revised to allow it, one which specified that any cor- “Kung Pao lunch special at Oriental Inn.
poration with fifty-percent ownership outside Wisconsin would be Probably had that over 100 times.”
barred from qualifying for a bar license. After lobbying from manager - Evan Priday
Julius Epstein and several stormy discussions at city council meetings,
the exemption was dropped and the Town Casino opened its “Brunch at Sazzy Bs.
Hollywood-style night club venue on the night of December 18th. For Especially the short rib
years thereafter, the Town Casino would host nightly Hollywood-style pancakes and their Bloody Marys.”
stage acts incorporating stellar floor shows, dancing and comedy.
WLIP covered the festivities live after 1947. Acts included Estabrook - Marc Riutta
and Farrar, Everett Hull and the Top-Notchers, Norrine Godin, Sharon
Lee Kirk, Marie Barron, Eddie Corey, and on November 5, 1949, Ann “Kaiser’s cole slaw - lol - I could
Blyth, who also appeared on stage at the Gateway Theatre three make a meal out of that by itself!”
blocks north. - Heather McGuinness-Peterson

•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• “My son and I love The
Before pizza became the quick-snack going-out treat, Americans Beast pizza from Kaiser’s.”
went for spaghetti and chop suey. On the second floor at 5711 Sixth
Avenue there was the locally-famous and quaint Chung King Chinese - Kelly Marie
Chop Suey Restaurant, operated from 1943 by Jim Len, who had a
45-year history with Racine's New Republic Chop Suey Restaurant. “Tater Skins from Marina
The Chung King was immediately noticeable to passing traffic by its Gardens - so greasy and
unique stained-glass marquee and stayed open long after midnight for cheesy. With extra sour
after-hours theatregoers at Kenosha's four downtown film palaces dur- cream.”
ing World War II. (Jim Len assured that the Chung King's menus - Craig Pias
would comment on the new cooperation between China and the
United States and the 34 United Nations with columns of Chinese “Does beer at
characters reading 'United we are strong" and "United we will win.” The Port count?”
Both the Chung King Chinese Chop Suey Restaurant and an adjoin-
ing building were demolished in the 1960s for a Walgreens. - Wellman

In addition to a historian, Lou Rugani is a ONLINE AT DOWNTOWNKENOSHA.ORG & HAP2IT.COM
longtime radio host - his shows “Remembering

Kenosha” (weekdays, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.) &
“Music of the Stars” (Sundays) can be heard

on WLIP AM1050.

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at the Apis Hotel & Restaurant 614 56th Street

Once home to Isermann Bros. I am a sucker for old buildings. exploration and adventure for us to our menu, they might be more
Department Store, the first and Good or bad, I just love the history look into the hotel business. inclined to take a chance on some-
finest of its kind when it openend in behind it. We live in an old house, thing different and “out there.”
1895, the Apis Hotel & Restaurant and I really appreciate that charac- Do you have much input on
will now occupy this grand building ter that so many of our Downtown your food menu? I am having Will you have vegan/vege-
with a fresh, mid-century modern architecture has. less and less. In the beginning, we tarian options? Always. Yes, we
flair. The Apis Hotel & Restaurant had to come up with ideas. But are proud to have many vegan and
is part of the Grease & Honey What has made you and your with such a fabulous staff, it has vegetarian options at all of our
Restaurant Family, a locally owned team so successful? For us, this become so much easier. They restaurants.
and operated group of restaurants is not a side gig, we have put our bring their delicious ideas to us.
in Kenosha. Co-owner of Grease & whole life into this - it is our liveli- Tell us about the open
Honey, Paul Campagna, sat down hood. And although we don’t ask Who's the mastermind kitchen concept at the Apis? If
with Downtown Kenosha our employees to devote their lives behind your fabulous menus? you have not been to one, they are
Magazine to deliver all the info on to their job, we think that our pas- That would be our Executive Chef, quite entertaining. Our customers
their newest restaurant. sion and positivity reflects onto our Danielle Weybright. She has a will be able to watch the whole
staff. I think that makes us suc- great chef-mind - she knows just kitchen line prepare your food.
Why the name Grease & cessful. how to put flavors together - she’s There will be a lot of activity - it’s a
Honey? That came from my wonderful. As our Executive Chef, very cool concept and we are look-
fiancé, Kristine. We always put in What is one piece of advice she oversees all the locations, but ing forward for you to see it.
the ‘grease’ - the hard work - and you'd give to someone starting she will be working the line here at
from it comes the sweet success, in the restaurant field? Think Apis. Do you have a personal
the ‘honey.’ With our other restau- twice before you take that step. I favorite menu item? Depends
rants, Sazzy B and The Buzz, we have done less work for a whole lot What kind of food will be on on the restaurant. If I am at The
have that bee and honey theme. more money! It is a tricky business the menu? With Apis, we are let- Garage, it’s the Bronco Burger. If I
Then we have The Garage, which - you really have to want it, and ting Danielle open her wings a bit am at The Buzz for breakfast, I’ll
invokes a working-man essence: don’t expect to get rich from it. more. We encourage her to get a have the Cali Baja wrap. At Sazzy
cars and grease. It sounded per- bit “out there,” to bring some new B, the menu changes four times a
fect, we loved it, and we had our Why the name Apis, what is items. We are going to try to do year, and I have a few go-to’s, but I
name. the meaning? It actually ties into much smaller portions. With this, a can’t pick out just one favorite.
our whole bee-theme, Apis is the person will order 2 or 3 items off
Where did you and your Latin root word for “bee.” story continues on page 14
team find inspiration? We do
our research. First and foremost, Why this location? We have
we try to find what is missing in our had our eye on this building for
neighborhood. Once we establish quite some time. We were original-
what we think it needs, then we ly just looking for another restau-
look into possible locations which rant. But as we were looking at the
will reflect our vision. We go to layout of this building, especially
multiple locations all about town to on the second floor, it made sense
find that perfect place. to turn this into a hotel. With these
rooms on the second floor,
What do you love about although they have been used as a
Downtown Kenosha? I have warehouse for decades, you could
lived in Kenosha my whole life, and see that they were offices at one
time. We felt this was another

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2627 - 63rd St.


DT2020-1 707 56th Street
with Terry & Dana Nelson
munity. Our parks and beaches
One of the great teams of doors, you get that old west ideas, but that will be our general bring families together, it brings
Downtown Kenosha - Terry & saloon feel. We are running with focus. But we will alsohave mar- individuals to the area.
Dana Nelson - have been bring- that. It will have a southwestern garita and horchata machines.
ing us award-winning pizza at theme, some Native American We have an awesome prickly We are also excited for the
Kaiser’s, 510 57th Street, for influence, a little south of the pear margarita; we will have 16 future - for the Mayor’s plan for
years. They expanded westward border. We will have some great beers on tap, a nice blend of Downtown Kenosha - it is going
last year with the opening of the bbq items on the menu, we are popular domestics and Mexican to be amazing and we are proud
uptown Blue Collar Tavern, 2627 bringing in a smoker. We’re beers. We are not going ‘craft- to be a small part of it.
63rd Street. Now, Terry has pur- going to try to kick it up a little bit crazy,’ we have those places
chased the building at 707 56th in Downtown Kenosha and see already in Downtown Kenosha - What advice would you
Street; the space has been the what happens - we hope every- they are awesome and they do give to someone looking to
home to many beloved business- one will like it. their thing very well. start their own business?
es over the the past century: Don’t be afraid. If you have the
from a supermarket to Phillips There is quite a bit of When do you plan on vision, jump in. But don’t make
Gifts, to Pazzo’s, to Mike’s space here, what are your opening? We still have a whole stupid choices, know what you
Chicken and Donuts. Now, it will plans for the upstairs area? lot to do. In a perfect world, we have financially available.
be home to the Down Town’r The upstairs will get a little open on St. Patrick’s Day… if
Saloon. Terry and Dana Nelson, facelift. The plan is to have it everything goes wrong, it could Terry and Dana, you are
who are owners and/or man- open during the summer when be Memorial Day. We shall see. one of Downtown Kenosha’s
agers of three Kenosha busi- we can utilize the open porch. most prestigious power cou-
nesses, gave us the scoop on For winters, we will have it avail- What is it you love about ples. What is next on the
what’s coming soon to our able for private parties. Downtown Kenosha? We love horizon for the two of you?
neighborhood. the history, the architecture, the Well, I think I’m about ready for a
What kind of drinks can we eclectic feel. The lake, which nap.
What made you decide on expect at the Down Town’r draws everybody from the com-
a second business in Saloon? Since we are a saloon,
Downtown Kenosha? It has our focus will be on Jack
been an ongoing process with Daniel’s, because whiskey is a
quite a few obstacles to over- favorite among cowboys. We are
come. If you heard the rumor that still fine-tuning our cocktail
the owners of La Fogata were
going to buy it, the rumors were
true. They were very close to
finalizing a deal. We came in
after they decided against it. We
have accepted the challenge!

What are your plans for the
Down Town’r Saloon? The
way it is now, when you walk in
through those front swinging


707 - 56th Street

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photo copyright of the Kenosha County
Historical Society

Interested in purchasing Kenosha
historic images? Contact the
Kenosha History Center

Want to learn more about old
Kenosha? Visit www.kenosha or visit the
Kenosha History Center at
220 51st Street. 262-654-5770

According to the In 1933, the
1927 city directory, address is home to
Miller's Restaurant, something called The
located at the south- Big Blackboard,
east corner of 57th before becoming the
and Sixth, is listed as Schmitt Brothers tav-
serving steak and ern (the family had
chop suey in the city operated a saloon in
directory. The propri- another part 6th Ave
etor, Walter Miller, until prohibition. It
also owned the Hotel was Schmitt Brothers
Miller, located nearby until the building was
at 512 57th Street. torn down around
Not much has been 1953-54 to become
found about Miller’s The Shoe Box and
Restaurant, so it Chiapettas, and cur-
appears it was only rently S.J. Crystals.
open for a few years. (the current building).

5159 - 6th Ave. “WHERE
Downtown Kenosha FRIENDS

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Mon. - Fri. 7am-8pm
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Serving an appetizing array of gourmet
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DT2020-1continued from page 10Scotty P at tg’sKia at Robin’s Nest Cakery

The rumor is that there will be a speakeasy in the basement?
Our basement lounge will have a little bit of a ‘speakeasy’ theme. The
downstairs is very dark… you will just have to wait and see. I don’t
want to give everything away before you walk in.

We hear there will be a bar on the roof? It’s quite large, at 3000
sq. feet, we can hold up to 150 people. So, it would be great for par-
ties, wedding receptions, business meetings. It’s a fantastic view.

Do you have an opening date set? We are shooting for late
March or early April. I can’t give a specific date yet - there’s still so
much to do.

What's next for the Grease & Honey team? Any plans for a
fifth establishment? Like I tell my staff - I’m not dead yet! As much
as we will take a well-deserved break after getting the Apis up and run-
ning, the wheels are always turning.

Terrel & Lenny at Franks Diner

Now Serving Breakfast

2 Eggs, Hashbrowns & Toast . . . . . . . . . . . .$4.99

2 Eggs, Ham, Hashbrowns & Toast . . . . . . .$6.99

3 Egg Omelettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6.29

Pancakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$5.49

Kids French Toast (Extra Thick) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6.25 Come See Our Trains Deliver
breakfast Breakfast Funnel Cake (Apple Cinnamon) . . . . . .$3.49 Classic American Food
only $1.99
Located in the historic Metra Station
5414-13th Ave.

Now Under New Management! Kenosha
New GM Eric Colmer invites you to stop in and enjoy a

great tasting burger or one of his signature sandwiches

delivered by one of our trains. ® - Chicago
Tasty Appetizers Including Great Burgers including

• Deep Fried WI Cheese Curds • Bacon Cheddar Charlie has partnered with the Kenosha Shrine Club!
• Mushroom & Swiss Now when you dine at Charlie’s Shriner Diner, half of
Traditional Italian Beef the profits go to the Chicago Hospital where children
(One of Kenosha’s Best) Prime Rib Sandwich

Signature Philly Cheesesteaks are provided life-changing care regardless of a family’s
• Regular • Bacon & Cheddar • Mushroom & Swiss ability to pay.

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Janis & Julie at More than just beer... and a whole lot more
The Coffee Pot Brewpub menu with a beer-forward twist

Why did you choose • Brunch • Starters • Wings • Greens
Downtown Kenosha? We • Main meals • Vegan / Vegetarian options
opened in 2004. We have
always loved Downtown
Kenosha and the lakefront!

What do you enjoy doing on your days off? Walking the dogs,
reading, spending time with family and just enjoying life!

What other Downtown restaurant always gives you a great
meal? That’s not an easy question! We have so many great
options! Wine Knot, Sazzy B’s, Slip 56, Franks, Rustic Road,
Swede’s, just to name a few.

What is your speciality dish? Everything breakfast (and
lunch)! People love our Corned Beef Hash and Egg Benedicts.

What inspired you to start your business? Our love of food!

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Robin at Robin’s Kevin & Julie
Nest Cakery at Franks Diner

Why did you choose Downtown Why did you choose Downtown
Kenosha as the location for your Kenosha? We didn't chose it, it
business? We started at the was already here. Since 1926. But
Kenosha HarborMarket; when we even before Julie and I bought the
looked at opening a brick and diner (in December of 2010) we
mortar shop in 2011, it seemed nat- were in love with downtown
ural to stay in the neighborhood. Kenosha, and saw Franks as a place of great potential.

What do you enjoy doing on What do you enjoy doing on your days off? Julie goes horse-
your days off? Reading and back riding; we go to movies, take weekend road trips, and
home repair. spend some peaceful time with the family.

What other Downtown restau- What other Downtown restaurant always gives you a great
rant always gives you a great meal? There are so many great restaurants downtown, we are
meal? Century Pub and The Buzz never disappointed.

What is your speciality item at What is your speciality item at your restaurant? The garbage
your restaurant? Cake! plate. 3 or 5 eggs mixed in with hash browns, green peppers,
and onions. Then you add your choice of 5 meats and cheeses...
Who inspired you to start your business? My daughter. We and if you like it spicy we'll throw in some jalapeños.
started this business together.

look who’s dining downtown

Asher & Amy at Harborside James & Dave Jennifer & Hayden Tanner
Common Grounds at Rustic Road at Franks Diner at Century Pub


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Rustic Road 5706 Sixth Ave 262-320-7623

Rustic Road Brewing Company is a tribute to the artisan qualities that make Wisconsin
a special destination for people who want to experience great food and diverse beer cul-
ture. They produce beers in small batches, allowing the freedom to try new ideas and the
opportunity to experience beer diversity. Their motto is Be small - Be great - Be inspired -
Be delicious. It’s not just beer, they also offer a small but delectable food menu, including
brunch, sandwiches, appetizers, salads, and their famous wings.

Kaiser’s Pizza & Pub 510 57th Street (262) 653-5897

A Downtown Kenosha tradition since 2008, Kaiser’s Pizza & Pub of Kenosha has been
annually voted Pizza and Family Restaurant. Kaiser’s Pizza & Pub Kenosha was founded by
Lenny Morgan start a restaurant that featured his “world famous pizza.” In May of 2017,
Lenny sold the original Kenosha location to his long-time operations manager Dana Nelson.
She and her husband Terry Nelson run the restaurant with their own style of management
while maintaining Lenny’s original concepts and recipes. kaisersofkenosha.ocm

Wine Knot 5611 Sixth Ave. 262-653-9580

Wine Knot is Kenosha's first and only wine bar. They proudly feature American bistro
food with an international flare. To complement their food, they offer over 50 wines by the
glass so you are sure to find the perfect wine to pair with your food. Not sure what to try?
Order a wine flight - three 3 oz. glasses of wine - which allow you to compare and contrast
different wines and discover the synergy between food and wine. Stop in to this small fine
dining restaurant that prides themselves in their service and food quality.

Boathouse Pub & Eatery 4917 Seventh Ave 262-654-9922

This harborside restaurant takes full advantage of its location. An outdoor patio and
enclosed deck with a wall of windows face the water, delivering a million dollar view.
The menu offers the best fish and seafood variety in Kenosha and also offers a wide
selection of tasty appetizers, steaks, pizza, burgers, soups, sandwiches, pasta entrees,
and delicious martini desserts. There are more than 20 famous “Long Island” iced tea
creations to choose from!

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events Transparent Watercolor Society of Quilt Day President’s Day Family Game Day
in downtown kenosha America National Juried Exhibition Saturday, March 28th, time TBA Sunday, February 16th, 12 - 3 p.m.
Opens Saturday, May 2nd Enjoy quilt demonstrations, family Celebrate President’s Day with
Kenosha Public The Transparent Watercolor Society activities, a presentation, and more. games some of the presidents loved:
Museum of America displays 80 transparent Dino Egg Hunt Mini-golf, marbles, horseshoes, and-
watercolor paintings from some of Wednesday, April 8th, time TBA scrabble. This is a free event.
5500 First Avenue, 262-653-4140, the nation's top transparent water- Dinosaurs are nesting in the galleries I’ve Heard of Her color artists in this popular annual of the museum. Help us gather their February 20: Frida Kahlo. March
Open Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., show. Learn more about TWSA eggs for the museum’s collection. 19: Queen Liliuokalani. At noon on
Sun. 12 - 5 p.m. Closed holidays. at the third Thursday of the month,
Kenosha Civil bring a lunch and join museum staff
EXHIBITS EVENTS War Museum in a discussion of the remarkable
and often unknown parts of the lives
Oneida Traditions – Voices of the Frida’s Garden: Succulents and 5400 First Avenue. 262-653-4141. and roles of women in history.
Onayote’a-ká How to Care for Them Buford’s Brigade at Gettysburg
now – March 15th Wednesday, Feb. 12th, 1 - 2:30 p.m. Open Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., February 28th, 12 - 1 p.m.
Original artworks by Oneida artists Join Ali Schultz, Gateway Technical Sun. 12 – 5 p.m. Closed holidays. Buford’s Brigade at Gettysburg: A
Karen Ann Hoffman and Dawn Dark College Horticulture/Sustainable Hold Your Horses! Study in the Maturity of the Federal
Mountain are on display. Food Production Instructor, for a Now – May 31st Cavalry. Presented by Dr. Laurence
Frida Kahlo’s Garden hands-on demonstration and talk. Artifacts and history surrounding the D. Schiller. This is a free program.
now – March 16th Free, but reservations required. First Regiment Wisconsin Cavalry. Civil War Medical Weekend
Explore Casa Azul, the private world Winter Picnic Flick: Coco Tour & Tea March 21st – 22nd, time TBA
that nourished the creativity of one Friday, February 21st, 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb, 13th. 4 - 5:30 p.m. Commemorate the role of physicians,
of the world’s greatest artists. Bring a picnic and spread out to Learn about Victorian manners while nurses and caregivers during the
Southport Quilters Guild Annual enjoy a viewing of Disney-Pixar’s sipping tea and sampling small war.
Quilt Show Coco on the big screen. Come at 5 treats. Then join museum staff for a Civil War Social History Seminar
Opens March 7th p.m. for art and music projects, then highlight tour. The cost is $25 ($15 Saturday, Apr. 25th, 9:30 - 3:30
Enjoy dozens of quilts on display. the film starts at 6 p.m. Free, but Friends of the Museums members). Going beyond the battlefield and
Kenosha Unified School District reservations are required. Advance registration required. examines topics pertaining to the
Student Art Show Kid Science: Super Slime Second Friday Lecture Series social history aspects of the Civil
Opens March 28th Friday, February 28th, 4 - 5 p.m. This lecture series starts at noon, is War period. The cost is $50 ($40
The KUSD District-Wide Student Art Make some ooey gooey slippery free and open to the public. Friends of the Museums members)
Show features artwork from all slime. February 14th: Railroad Defense in and includes lunch. Advance regis-
grades and schools in the Kenosha Women in Science the Atlanta Campaign- Robert Girardi tration required.
Unified School District. Saturday, March 21st, time TBA March 13: Michigan’s Anishinaabe Women in History Tea
This is a celebration of women Sharpshooters - Sally Walker Saturday, May 9, time TBA
through the ages and their contribu-
tion to the sciences!

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Sat. 10-4 Sun. 11-3

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Lemon Street Lakeside Players Mac & Cheese events
Gallery Featured Throwdown in downtown kenosha
Artist Exhibit at Rhode Center for the Arts Fundraiser
514 56th St. Kenosha, WI 53140 Southport Light
Lemon Street Gallery, 4601 Sheridan (262) 657-7529 Saturday, April 4th, 4 - 7 p.m. Station Museum
Road, is a creatively driven non-prof- Join the Kenosha History Center for Opens
it visual art organization with a mis- Little Shop of Horrors an evening of great mac & cheese,
sion to provide quality visual arts February 14th - 22nd. Fri.-Sat. 7:30 provided by local Kenosha restau- Opens Thursday, April 30th
education, sponsor and support cul- p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. rants at the Wyndham Garden Hotel, The lighthouse and maritime muse-
tural events, and offer a juried forum Death of a Streetcar Named 5125 Sixth Ave.! Taste and vote for um, inside the keeper's house, docu-
for artists to exhibit and sell their Virginia Woolf - A Parody your favorite mac & cheese. A panel ments Kenosha's lighthouse keepers,
work. Admission is free. Open Wed.- March 6th - 15th. Fri.-Sat. 7:30 p.m., of judges will also pick their favorite. shipping and fishing history, and
Sat. 11am – 5pm, Sun. 11am – 4 pm. Sun. 2 p.m. This is a family-friendly event. local shipwrecks. Also climb the
now - February 23rd The Jungle Book 1866 Southport Lighthouse on
Watercolor Artist Barbara Farrell, April 17th - 26th. Fri. 7:30 p.m., Sat. Durkee Mansion Simmons Island, 5117 Fourth Ave.
Woodturning Artist Jacob Pike, and 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. Tours Free admission for the keeper's
Oil Artist Tim Rozwadowski. Morning's at Seven house tour; donations are welcome.
March 4th - 29th May 8th - 23rd. Fri.-Sat. 7:30 p.m., Season opens April 4th, 1:30 - 4 pm Lighthouse climb costs $10 adults /
Mixed Media Artist and Photographer Sun. 2 p.m. The Durkee Mansion, 6501 Third $5 children 8-12 years old. (Must be
Georgia Velisaris, Ceramic Artist Ave., one of Kenosha’s unique histor- 8 or older to climb.) Museum open
John Clazmer, and Acrylic Artist Broadway Comes ical landmarks. Free admission; vol- Thursdays - Saturdays, 10am - 4pm,
Randy Marescalco. Artist Reception: to Kenosha unteers and donations are always and Sundays noon - 4pm. Operating
Mar. 14th, 6–9 pm. appreciated. Open for self-guided schedule is weather dependent.
April 1st - 26th Saturday, March 14th. 7:30 p.m. tours April-October, 1st and 3rd
Watercolor Artist Jim Moses, Fused The Kenosha Symphony Orchestra weekends, Sat.-Sun. 1:30 - 4 p.m. Wisconsin
Glass and Jewelry Artists George and performs music from celebrated Closed Holidays. Marathon
Ann Rowe, and Ink on Paper Artist musicals such as Sound of Music,
Chuck Keller. Artist Reception: April Wicked, Chicago, and more at the Kenosha Saturday, May 2nd. 7 a.m.
11th, 6 – 9 pm. Houghton Center at Reuther High Symphony Run the Wisconsin Marathon, Half
School, 913 57th Street. Email Orchestra 80th Marathon, and 5k this spring and
Stargazing at [email protected] with Anniversary Ball become one of our fun, determined,
Griffin questions. and cheesy runners. Email
Observatory Friday, April 17th. time TBA [email protected] with
Tour of the Join the Kenosha Symphony questions.
Feb. 14th, Feb. 21st, Feb. 28th, Simmons Library Orchestra for music and dancing at
March 6th. Doors open 7:30 – 9:30 the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave. Kenosha Craft
p.m., weather permitting. Second Saturday of every month, Black tie optional. Email Beer Week
These events are free. Guests are 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. [email protected] with
encouraged to dress warmly. Some Enjoy a peek behind the scenes of questions. May 9th – May 17th
stair climbing is required. The Griffin our local historic treasure: the Celebrating all things craft beer in
Observatory, located on the 4th floor Simmons Library, 711 59th Place! Kenosha! Email info@
on Kemper Hall at the Kemper This tour involves significant stair
Center, 6501 Third Ave. Inquiries climbing. Everyone welcome! Free
may be directed to Dr. Brian admission. Call 262-564-6130. 5125 6th Ave. DT2020-1
Schwartz at [email protected] Kenosha
or (262) 551-6042. Bowls & Books
Soup Fest Fri. Feb. 14th
Kenosha Comedy
Club Wednesday, March 25th, 11 a.m. - 1 Dolly, Patsy, Loretta
p.m. and 5 - 7 p.m.
Fridays at 8pm, Taste and score each soup, served up Legendary Ladies of Country Music Tribute on tour...
Saturdays at 7 & 9pm by local restaurants at the Rhode
Every Friday and Saturday the Center for the Arts, 514 56th Street! Optional Valentine’s Prime Rib & Baked Chicken Buffet Dinner
Kenosha Comedy Club presents a This is the 20th annual event. All before the show.$29* See for Dinner Option.
hilarious 90-minute show that fea- proceeds go toward the continued
tures two opening comedians plus a renovation of the Rhode Center for *Price does not include show ticket Dinner starts at 7pm
national touring headliner at the the Arts. Renovation has been an
Wyndham Garden Hotel, 5135 Sixth ongoing effort for the last 30 years. Sat. Feb. 22nd • 8pm Sat. March 7th • 8pm
Avenue. Mardi Gras
Steely Dane in The Cat’s
Winter Concert Party with Pajamas
Friday, April 3rd. 8 p.m. TRIPLE Tickets ONLY $10
now - May 9th. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Winner of the MAMA award for best THREAT
You'll find about 30 vendors, featur- cover band and Madison Magazine's Tickets ONLY $10 Blues and R&B
ing cheeses, artisan bakery goods, Best Cover Band, Steely Dane is ded-
art, crafts, prepared foods, and more. icated to not only faithfully repro- Sat. March 14th • 8pm Sat. March 21st • 8pm
Winter HarborMarket is now being ducing the Steely Dan and Fagen
held at a NEW, expanded location at songbook, but to bringing an ener- Rat Rick Lindy
the Kenosha Masonic Center, located getic live-show experience to the Pack
at 115 56th Street. crowd at the Houghton Center at & the Wild Ones Band
Reuther High School, 913 57th Street. Tickets starting at $15 Tickets ONLY $10
Visit for tickets.
Crystal BowersoxApril 18th • 8pm April 25th • 8pm

& Sounds of Vegas

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Accountants Attorneys 82 Ultimate Refinish Auto Body Beauty Shop/ 95 Apostolic Missionary Church 65 Kenosha Area Convention
5725 5th Ave. • 262-764-6065 Hair Salons
69 Better Bookkeeping 69 Donald J. Bielski Law Office 5824 7th Ave. • 262-652-5300 & Visitors Bureau
1111 55th St., Ste. 1 1108 56th St. • 262-654-1510 Banks/Loans Affair With Hair
31 96 Bradford Community 5500 6th Ave, #140

262-658-1334 64 Brookhouse & 4812 Sheridan Rd. Unitarian 262-654-7307

64 Kristine Davidson, CPA Hemsing Law 102 BMO Harris Bank 262-654-1588 5810 8th Ave. • 262-656-0544 45 Kenosha Community
5455 Sheridan Road 5455 Sheridan Rd.#202 Bellissima
262-484-4930 262-658-3571 5935 7th Ave. • 262-658-4861 85 2 Centro Del Alfarero Foundation
76 Caviale Law Office 106 Blackhawk Community 94 5700 7th Ave. • 262-653-0867 600 52nd St., Ste.. 110
45 Seymour & Dawn’s Style 720 Washington Rd. 262-654-2412
Associates, S.C. 702 57th St. • 262-657-7666 Credit Union 262-658-2622
929 59th St. • 262-657-679 633 58th St. • 262-914-5718 105 Christ The King Church Computers/Consultants

600 52nd St., Ste. 210 61 Cicchini Law Office 45 WI Women’s Business 61 Hair by Marty 5934 8th Ave. • 262-654-0457 64 Leeward Business Advisors
262-658-3500 622 56th St. • 262-960-0197 520 58th St. • 262-358-4116
620 56th St. • 262-652-7109 Initiative 74 Daybreak Church
5631 6th Ave. • 262-308-1417
6 Terry L. Constant 106 Moda Bella Salon & Spa 83 Ecclesia Church Contractors
Antiques 4124 7th Ave. • 262-654-0297 600 52nd St, Ste 130 914-60th St. • 262-694-7575
262-925-2580 520 58th St. 3rd Flr. 95 JS Pokorny Contractors, Inc
33 Cypress Tree Antiques 67 David E. Celebre 59 Perfect 10 Salon 723 58th St., Ste. 302
Banquet/Catering 262-308-6978 262-653-9822
5511 11th Ave. 5509 6th Ave. • 262-658-8086 108 Holy Spirit Community
722 50th St. • 262-652-6999 94 Royals Hair Lounge 14 Kenosha Heating & Cooling
262-652-2150 83 American Legion Club Church 4421 Sheridan Rd.
Apartments/Condos 69 Davison Law Offices 504 58th St. • 262-657-7464 5806 6th Ave. • 262-577-5540 262-652-6900
5800 11th Ave
92 Fifth Avenue Lofts 1 & 2 1207 55th St. • 262-657-5165 84 The Barden Venue 44 Salon On Sixth Copying/Printing
5815/5819 5th Ave. 45 Guttormsen, Hartley LLC 5040 6th Ave. • 262-657-4878 66 Immanuel United
622 58th St. • 262-764-0601 59 Salon Pure
262-652-6728 600 52nd St., Ste. 120 Methodist
33 Circa On Seventh 5531 6th Ave • 262-577-5114
85 Grover Properties, LLC 262-658-4800 Salon tech.nique
4902 7th Ave. • 262-764-0601 94 5410 Sheridan Rd. 44 Copy Center
5717 8th Ave. • 262-654-8171 67 Douglas I. Henderson 33 Culinary Infusion 262-652-3784 5036 6th Ave.• 262-654-9030
643 58th St. • 262-658-0780
105 Landmark Apartments 5511 11th Ave. 4902 7th Ave. • 262-764-0673 10 Sandra’s Styling Studio 68 Reformation Church Dance/Gymnastics
109 GFWC Woman’s Club 1100 55th St.
5918 8th Ave. • 262-652-9000 262-652-2150 809 43rd St. • 262-652-4777
Stella’s Hair Salon
02 Library Park Apartments 67 Denise Hertz-McGrath of Kenosha 85 29 St. Elizabeth Catholic 83 Donna's Gym-Nastics
6028 8th Ave. • 262-652-1731
5947 7th Ave. • 262-652-5160 1020 56th St. • 262-654-0770 81 Madrigrano Marina Shores 726 58th St. • 262-515-4210 Church 5717 6th Ave.• 262-818-8888

74 Marco Mars Apartments 69 Kupfer Law Offices 302 58th St. • 262-658-8731 85 Tangles Hair Salon 4816 7th Ave. • 262-657-1156 Dry Cleaners
97 St. James the Apostle
512 57th St. • 262-818-0718 1111 55th St., Ste. 2 717 57th St. • 262-515-2727

104 Residents At Library Park 262-654-5030 84 The Vault Catholic 26 Martino’s Master
625 57th St. • 262-484-2037 6 Theodore’s Hair Design
720 59th Pl. • 262-656-1010 61 Mary A. Losey 804 Sheridan Rd. Dry Cleaning
620 56th St. • 262-654-9466 43 Wyndham Garden Kenosha 4104 7th Ave. • 262-605-0825
51 Stationside Village 262-658-8071 4700 7th Ave. • 262-657-3121

5215 11th Ave.• 262-656-1010 69 Madrigrano, Aiello Harborside Bicycles 103 St. Matthews Episcopal Employment/Staffing
& Santarelli 5125 6th Ave. • 262-658-3281 Church
107 Shirley Apartments 36 Total Cyclery 5900 7th Ave. • 262-654-8642 60 Halpin Personnel, Inc.

5922 10th Ave.• 262-654-7313 1108 56th St. • 262-657-2000 Bar & Grills

84 Wi-Star Plaza Inn 61 William P. Michael 5039 6th Ave. • 262-652-2222 61 Templos De Dios Iglesia 700 57th

5711 7th Ave. • 262-652-7322 620 56th St. • 262-652-8144 45 Capt. Mikes Beer & Burger Billing Services Rios De Agua Viva 262-658-2996
Architects/Engineers Michaelis Law Office Whiskey Bar
83 5118 6th Ave. • 262-658-2278 76 Plexus Health Solutions 626 56th St. 44 QPS Companies, Inc.
5707 6th Ave. • 262-997-0026
84 Clark/Dietz Engineers 83 The Furnace House Of Prayer 5022 6th Ave. • 262-605-7000

625 57th St. 6th Flr. 75 Milos Law LLC 59 Century Pub & Eatery PO BOX 655 • 262-654-5555 520 58th St., 3rd Flr. Financial/Investments
83 Manhard Consulting 5606 6th Ave. • 262-694-3826 5511 6th Ave. • 262-764-6501 Boats/Boat Storage 262-764-0941 85 Eighth Avenue Advisors
Clothing/Accessories 5717 8th Ave. • 262-654-8171
59 Rose & Rose 83 Gordon’s Sports

5529 6th Ave. • 262-358-9243 Bar & Grill 39 Capt. Jim’s Yacht Sales or 925-6440
5707 6th Ave • 262-358-9131 67 Law Office of Robert F. 94 Bisou Lingerie
45 Partners In Design 5703 6th Ave. 5017 Sheridan Rd. 635 58th St. • 262-653-0112 45 The Fitzpatrick

Architects, Inc. Sfasciotti 37 Paddy-O’s Pub 262-652-8866 Group/Wells Fargo
5022 7th Ave. • 262-652-7223 35 Great Lakes Yacht Sales 94 Duck, Duck, Goose
600 52nd St., Ste. 220 5511 11th Ave. Children’s Shop 600 52nd St., Ste. 100
59 Slip 56
262-652-2800 262-671-4345 443 50th St. • 262-654-0207 262-657-2544
5811 6th Ave. • 262-653-3905
83 Seger Architecture 61 Van Cuick Law Offices 506 56th St. • 262-764-8040 42 Kenosha Yacht Club 76 Prophet Wealth
5130 4th Ave. • 262-652-2320 74 Jax Boutique
520 58th St., Ste. 120 620 56th St. • 262-653-1461 26 8th Ave Tap 5613 6th Ave. • 262-748-1763 Management, LLC

262-214-2012 69 Zievers & Dowse, SC 4701 8th Ave. • 262-654-4335 16 Simmons Island Marina 708 57th St. • 262-657-5555
4520 Harbor Dr. • 262-653-3910 61 Jockey Factory Store
69 TGAR Group 1108 56th St. • 262-654-3434 59 Swede’s 5500 6th Ave. • 262-654-5737 64 Pulera Financial Services

1213 55th St. #200 75 State Public Defender 510 56th St. • 262-577-5858 90 Southport Marina 5455 Sheridan Rd. Suite LL20
21 56th St. • 262-657-5565 59 Little Me Kidz Boutique
262-818-4620 604 57th Street 6 Tg’s Restaurant & Pub 262-652-9696

262-653-6404 4120 7th Ave. • 262-658-8080 90 Tall Ship Red Witch 5501 6th Ave, Upper • 83 Raymond James
5707 6th Ave. • 262-652-7535
Art/Galleries Auto/Motorcycle 37 The Factory 5500 54th St. & 5th Ave. 93 Live A Little &
5010 7th Ave. • 262-654-3938 312-469-0233 Kenosha Crafters
9 Alpaca Art Pottery Painting 108. Affordable Auto Sales 19 Union Park Tavern 5811 6th Ave. • 262-945-4191 26 Southport Insurance &
4326 7th Ave • 262-657-4444 1118 60th St. • 312-768-9641 Books Investments
4520 8th Ave. • 262-652-6454 33 Madison Bleu
19 Artworks/Pencillarium 20 Auto Medix 85 Book Restoration Company 4906 7th Ave. 4722 7th Ave. • 262-658-3990
75 Bars
75 4513 Sheridan Road 4500 Sheridan Rd. 5703 8th Ave. • 800-228-1943 224-280-3869 Farmers Market
23 262-515-5593 58 Below
23 Kenosha Art Association 262-925-0911 83 504 58th St. • 262-764-6564 Brewery/Winery 75 Mike Bjorn’s Fine Clothing 71 Kenosha Harbor Market
Bindelli’s City Zoo 5614 6th Ave. • 262-652-0648 115 56th St.
59 5615 7th Ave. • 262-654-0065 4 Bad Boyz Auto Repair 4601 7th Ave. • 262-654-2646 85 Public Craft Brewing 74
23 Kenosha Creative Space Champions Sports Bar Company 83 S.J. Crystals Men Apparel 94
52 95 4103 7th Ave. • 262-764-1886 21 719 50th St. • 262-605-4811 716 58th St. • 262-652-2739 5701 6th Ave. • 262-656-9910 Florists
624 57th St. • 262-945-9411 Boosted Warehouse Cheers Bar
Lemon Street Gallery 4619 8th Ave. • 262-654-4304 84 Rustic Road Brewing Coffee Shops/Cafes A Summers Garden Florist
723 58th St. • 262-577-4686 37 Fec’s Place Company 5617 6th Ave. • 262-657-7673
4601 Sheridan Rd. 96 Car Source 5523 6th Ave. • 262-925-8820 5706 6th Ave. • 262-320-7623 43 Harborside Common Silk & Satin Floral Shop
262-605-4745 Interlude II Grounds
Mahogany Gallery 5821 Sheridan Rd. 514 57th St. • 262-653-8355
& Art Space Port of Kenosha
262-652-2277 22 Beverage House 5159 6th Ave. • 262-652-5111
1345 52nd Street 714 50th St. • 262-654-1101
[email protected] 4 McCurdy Auto & Marine Rutz Puzzle House Child Care 625 58th St. • 262-652-8488
Pollard Gallery & 4224 7th Ave. • 262-764-3289
Gift Shop 2 4121 7th Ave. • 262-237-1343 59 61 Bright From The Start Commerce/Tourism/Etc. Furniture/Furnishings
Northside Alignment
518 56th St. • 262-657-7529 5522 6th Ave. • 262-605-2221 61 Downtown Kenosha Inc.
Re: Vision Gallery Center 74 109 Here We Grow Academy 61 85 Lulu Birds
710 Washington Rd. 5823 6th Ave • 262-842-5354 93 720 58th St. • 262-914-1576
4625 Sheridan Road 6032 8th Ave. • 262-652-0700 45 Kenosha Area Business Vintage Underground
262-764-6603 262-656-1165 33 104 Library Square School Alliance Antiques
Le Freak Art Salon 5817 6th Ave. • 262-331-3910
45 Red Line Cycles CDC 5500 6th Ave., Ste. 200
1351 52nd Street 5900 7th Ave. • 262-656-1957 Gas Stations
805-832-9652 5128 6th Ave. • 262-671-0091 262-605-1100
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38 Lou Perrine’s Gas & Grocery 84 Kenosha Community Martial Arts/Boxing 83 Stanich & Stanich 91 Lakeside Towers 95 Word & Design LLC
520 58th St., 3rd Flr.
5145 Sheridan Rd. Health Ctr. 37 Kenosha Aikikai Aikido Apartments 723 58th St. • 262-358-2988

262-654-7828 625 57th St. Ste. 700 262-656-1000 5800 3rd Ave. • 262-654-2131 Specialty Shops
5016 7th Ave. • 262-237-8175 59 Trecroci Realty
34 Mobil Gas Station 262-656-0044 83 Shen Long Tai Chi 97 St. James Manor

4924 Sheridan Rd. 64 Kenosha Dentist 5723 6th Ave. • 262-208-5157 522 56th St.•262-237-0403 910 59th St. • 262-656-0652 21 American Vengeance
262-653-1200 45 US Tae Kwon Do Virginia Towers Tattoo Company
5455 Sheridan Rd. #201 86 Recreation/Sports 82 5710 4th Ave. • 262-496-4521
Government 33 5713 Sheridan Rd. 4615 7th Ave. • 262-761-9520
75 262-244-0700 262-652-2556 40 Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha Social Services 84 Authentique
Kenosha County 64 1330 52nd St. • 262-654-6200
67 Administration 36 Kenosha Visiting Nurse 625 57th St. • 262-612-3032
66 1010 56th St. • 262-653-2460 37 Bird of Paradox Studios
48 Kenosha County Association
85 Courthouse 723 50th St. • 262-496-9366
67 912 56th St. • 262-653-2664 600 52nd St., Ste 300 Museums 94 Lakefront Dugout 61 Alano Club 102 Equinox - Botanical
Kenosha Municipal
Building 262-656-8400 54 Civil War Museum 620 59th St. • 262-818-3593 630 56th St. • 262-654-8246 Boutique
625 52nd St. • 262-653-4000 5400 1st Ave.• 262-653-4140 Stellar Sport Fishing Co. 85 Bridges Community Center 5901 6th Ave. “A”
Kenosha County Modern Apothecary 35 443 50th St. • 620-1611 262-656-1830
Democratic Party Wisconsin Outdoor Games 5718 7th Ave. • 262-657-5252 94 Gold Standard Social Club
5712 7th Ave. • 262-857-6773 4924 7th Ave. • 262-997-9573 5813 6th Ave. • 262-744-2033 37 Harborside Therapy
Kenosha Police 619 58th St • 262-214-2020
Nutrition Revolution 79 Dinosaur Discovery 93 Restaurants 705 50th St. • 262-564-5305 86 The Girl is Polished
611 56th St. 1st Flr. Museum 102 Hope Council, Inc
815 57th St. 2nd Floor
262-764-2985 5608 10th Ave.• 262-653-4450 5942 6th Ave. • 262-658-8166 262-287-6796
106 Inter Connections SC
Dr. Steven Schwimmer, DO 41 Kenosha History Center 920 60th St. • 262-654-5333
5455 Sheridan Rd. #201 62 Kenosha Human
220 51st Pl. • 262-654-5770 71 Ashling On The Lough
262-654-2500 54 Kenosha Public Museum 125 56th St. • 262-653-0500 Development

Upbeat Wellness

Department 5029 6th Ave. • 262-515-5027 5500 1st Ave. • 262-653-4140 32 Boathouse Pub & Eatery 5407 8th Ave. • 262-657-7188

1000 55th St. • 262-605-5200 Gaming/Collectibles 41 Southport Light Station 4917 7th Ave. • 262-654-9922 108 KHDS Crisis Prevention 75 Happy Mouth Organics
65 KPL Administration/ 5117 4th Ave. • 262-654-5770 51 Center
75 Gravity Gaming Choo-Choo Charlie’s 1202 60th St. • 262-657-7188 5606 6th Ave. LL#10
Support Cntr. 621 56th St.•262-533-0676 Society’s Assets
Music/Entertainment Shriner Diner 64 5455 Sheridan Rd.#101, 85 262-358-1258
812 56th St. • 262-564-6100 102 Inner Child Collectibles 5414 13th Ave.• 262-220-3634 262-657-3999 In The Garden of Eden
41 Kenosha Water & Comics 37 Fusion 711 57th St. • 262-455-7502
5921 6th Ave. “A” 38 De La Rosa's Taqueria
Production Plant 262-653-0400 5014 7th Ave. • 708-217-8030
5145 Sheridan Rd. 61 United Way of Kenosha 76 Le Esther’s Lamp Shop
100 51st Pl. • 262-653-4330 Ice Cream/Popcorn 46 Garin Piano Studio
75 Social Security 262-744-2757 County 710 57th St. • 262-652-3514
10 Dairy Queen Harborside 5500 6th Ave. Ste. 210
Administration 4301 Sheridan Rd. 716 51st Pl. #4001 83 Franks Diner 262-658-4104 25 Peacetree Originals
262-764-5945 508 58th St. • 262-657-1017 4721 7th Ave. • 262-652-5388
5624 6th Ave. • 866-334-4997 262-551-8515
35 United States Coast Guard 59 Sandy’s Popper 84 GiGhive Independent Artists 74 Kaiser’s Pizza & Pub Specialty Foods 102 The Pine Blossom
5503 6th Ave.
5036 4th Ave. • 262-657-4620 262-605-3202 616 58th St. • 262-657-1075 36 510 57th St. • 262-653-5897 93 Elsie Mae’s Cannery & Pies 26 5925 6th Ave A 262-945-1139
77 United States Post Office 43 Kenosha Comedy Club Marina Gardens 5819 6th Ave. • 262-914-9198 Red Roses Bead Haven
85 Scoops Ice Cream
5605 Sheridan Rd. and Candy 17 5125 6th Ave. • 262-564-8800 94 5001 7th Ave. • 262-656-0774 75 Robin’s Nest Cakery 26 4726 7th Ave. • 262-652-3538
800-275-8777 5711 8th Ave. • 262-657-9866 Kenosha Conservatory of Olive Tree Restaurant 5537 Sixth Ave• 262-652-1054 Serendipity
108 Wisconsin Community 4706 7th Ave. • 262-412-8698
Corrections Division Insurance Music 5800 6th Ave. • 262-652-8111 15 Ruffolo International Foods 84 Shel’s Bridal
4501 7th Ave. • 262-653-1033 44 Oriental Inn 4420 Sheridan Rd.
1212 60th St. • 262-653-7150 625 57th St. • 815-901-7280
95 Kenosha Symphony 74 5034 6th Ave. • 262-652-5446 262-658-3663 84 Smoque Vapors
Grocery Stores Sazzy B
Association Specialty Services 5700 6th Ave. • 773-904-8885
5623 6th Ave. • 262-925-8499
624 57th St • 262-220-7526

38 Sara Lee Outlet 74 Modern Woodman 102 Pacetti’s Maestro Of Music 75 Subway Sandwich Shop 84 Concept Sales Midwest 84 Something Different
7 Fraternal Financial 5905 6th Ave. “A”. 76 625 57th St., Ste. 300
5120 8th Ave. • 262-658-1396 627 56th St. • 262-654-0500 262-652-5236 5716 6th Ave. • 262-658-3565
Westown Foods 512 57th St • 262-945-0058 262-657-5031 74 The Buzz Delgan & Associates Inc. 44 Studio MoonFall

4222 Sheridan Rd. 102 Schlax, Christensen & Lee 36 Stolfe's Portside Percussion 5621 6th Ave. • 262-220-7782 5031 7th Ave
The Coffee Pot [email protected]
262-564-5244 5915 6th Ave. “A”. 5029 6th Ave. • 262-818-1173 33 85 Talulah Tattoo
Gym/Fitness/Massage 262-658-4888 Pet Care 702 57th St. • 262-764-5592
4914 7th Ave. • 262-653-8849

75 Anytime Fitness Interior Design 105 K9 Kibble 76 The DownTown’R Saloon 45 Dooley & Associates 715 57th St.
75 5919 Sheridan Rd. 59 600 52nd St. #200 [email protected]
37 611 56th St. • 262-612-3155 102 Designs In Re-upholstery 262-997-0504 84 707 56th St. 95 262-925-4769 59 To & From A Gift Shop
84 Dakini Healing Arts 5922 6th Ave.• 262-652-3252 45 Trolley Dogs 93 Helene Sobin Consulting
94 Lakeshore Veterinary Clinic 723 58th St. • 262-496-8837 5535 6th Ave • 262-577-5100
5603 7th Ave. • 262-496-5642 21 Holly Henderson 5501 6th Ave. • 262-652-3647 Imperial Service Systems 83 Down the Rabbit Hole
Define Yourself Yoga Interior Design 612 59th St.• 262-653-0067 The 1844 Table And Mash 611 56th St. Suit 110
4628 5th Ave. • 262-654-4600 94 Kindred Kitties 5721 6th Ave
5016 7th Ave. • 262-770-2504 5706 8th Ave. • 262-842-2000 [email protected]
Fit Fam 614 59th St.• 262-605-0533 Villa D’Carlo Restaurant 107 Treasures Within

5700 6th Ave. • 563-217-0386 Library Photography 5140 6th Ave. • 262-654-3932

83 Flex & Burn Fitness 109 Gilbert M. Simmons Library 75 Optic Light Photography 51 Wendy’s 262-6842-1940 1010 60th St. • 262-359-9827
5711 6th Ave. • 262-515-9527
711 59th Pl.• 262-564-6100 5606 6th Ave. • 262-237-8501 5210 Sheridan Rd. 95 Inventory Operations Theatre
75 Hot Yoga
5708 7th Avenue Lodging 262-652-6064 Consulting 33 Actor’s Craft
217-220-4120 723 58th St #100 101 4900 7th Ave. • 262-705-0194
Real Estate/Title/Mortgage 74 Wine Knot Bar & Bistro 800-849-1081 59 Kenosha Theatre
75 Stay Relax LLC Loyal Kat Creative 5919 6th Ave. • 262-658-2355
611 56th St 2nd Flr 61 The Apis hotel & Restaurant 5611 6th Ave. • 262-653-9580 624 57th St. • 312-725-2343 Lakeside Players/Rhode
262-226-2648 Monfils Loewen Monument Center
614- 56th St 84 Clovis Point Properties Schools 75 5807 13th Ave.• 262-658-8023 514 56th St. • 262-657-7529
83 Yoga & Friends PT Pros Management
5721 6th Ave • 262-484-2487 33 The Coffee Pot Inn 95 625 57th St. • 847-835-4537 87 Harborside Academy Services Transportation
4910 7th Ave • 262-653-8849 JKP Properties LLC 913 57th St.• 262-359-8400 99
25 Merry Yacht Inn 723 58th St. • 847-401-6800 87 Reuther Central High School
69 Family Psychiatric Care 913 57th St.• 262-359-6160 45
1114 56th St. • 262-725-4426 4815 7th Ave. • 262-654-9922 69 Midwest Investments
107 Genesis Chiropractic 1111 55th St. • 262-653-1149
1024 60th St. • 262-657-7744
12 Southport Bed & Breakfast 75 Omni Realty Group
45 Grady Design Harborside
Eye Care 4405 7th Ave. • 262-652-1951 5606 6th Ave. #LL1 600 52nd St. • 262-925-5000 51 Kenosha Metra Station
5134 6th Ave. • 262-652-2020
86 The Stella Hotel & Ballroom 69 262-945-5991 85 Dad’s Screenprinting 83 Schmitt Security and 5414 13th Ave.• 262-653-4287
64 Guided Wellness 43 5706 8th Ave. • 262-842-2000 RNP Investments 728 58th St. • 262-653-1687
Counseling Wyndham Garden Kenosha Investigation 48 Bus/Streetcar Transit Center
1112 56th St • 262-287-1999 1111 55th St. Ste 3 37 Lettering Machine
262-657-0588 520 58th St. #200 724 54th St.• 262-653-4287
94 House Of Nutrition Harborside 725 50th St.• 262-652-4177
5824 6th Ave. • 262-652-4787 37 Security National Travel Agency
5125 6th Ave. • 262-658-3281 Senior/Assisted Living 262-764-0706
19 Spectrum Pest Control 60 La Macchia Travel Agency
Machine Shops 5002 7th Ave. #200 101 Dayton Care Center
262-649-1233 4508 8th Ave. • 262-657-5665 618 55th St. • 262-656-8300
38 Harbor Machining 109 Seventh Ave. Properties 521 59th St. • 262-657-6121
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what’s hoppin’ 716 58th Street (for now)
(262) 652-2729
with Matt Geary of PUBLIC Craft Brewing Co.
What beer do you recom-
We hear you are moving soon, any details What were your inspira- mend? That's such a hard ques-
on the new place? The new location will take up tions for the new upcoming tion because things move so
nearly the entire basement and first floor of the his- location? There are a few fast! If you live in Kenosha and
toric Barden Building. You will be able to look things that have served as inspi- you don't know about Bit's &
through glass out over the basement level brewing ration to expand/move PUBLIC. Pieces Mosaic IPA, then you're
equipment from the taproom on the first floor. First was production capacity. missing out! Seasonally, we have
We're working hard to combine PUBLIC's existing We just ran out of space to make a really fun peanut butter porter
vibe with the building's department store history enough beer. When it started called Under Nuttack named
and create a beautiful new space. The first floor becoming a real possibility that after a particularly aggressive
will also feature a dedicated music venue space we could turn the old Barden neighborhood squirrel. And dur-
so that live music doesn't interfere with the conver- building into a brewery, we knew ing the three months this maga-
sational vibe in the taproom. That means we'll be we had some really cool oppor- zine will be out we'll be releasing
bringing even more regional and national bands to tunities. I think everyone will see our raspberry sour beer, our
Downtown Kenosha! The last major addition to the that the new taproom is inspired Sweet Colleen Irish Red, a glut-
PUBLIC experience is a full kitchen! I can't share by the building's history. I'm so tonously hopped Mardi Gras version of our flag-
the menu yet, but rest assured we're going to put excited to bring life back into such an iconic ship IPA called BEADS & Pieces and a smoked
the same focus on creativity and quality on our Kenosha landmark! And the shear size of the build- imperial red ale called No Front Porches. Like I
food experience that we do on our beer. We can't ing has allowed us to step up our entertainment said, things move fast!
wait to show everyone what we've been up to! and be a true music venue with a dedicated per- What is it like owning a brewery? I think it's
formance space. probably like a lot of small businesses. Lots of
What makes PUBLIC special? work, and a little bit of sleep. The difference is that
I think what makes PUBLIC special is our focus Any specials events coming up? We've at the end of the day we get to see people having
on bringing people together around the things always got beer releases, music and comedy fun and enjoying the experience and the beer that
they're most passionate about, beer, music, art, events on the calendar, but this year's Kenosha we create. That's allowed us to build a really great
food. Having a place to share and appreciate the Craft Beer Week (May 9-16) will be especially sig- team that thrives on that immediate feedback.
fruit of our community's creative labors is really nificant for PUBLIC because that is our target for That's the most fulfilling part. That and the festi-
why PUBLIC exists. In the new space, we'll get to our grand opening. We just confirmed an epic vals. Not too many people get to share hundreds
combine all these things into the bigger, badder indie/soul group called JC Brooks Band from of beers with thousands of people and call it work!
craft beer experience I've always wanted to offer Chicago as our headliner at our May 16th Block
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downtown after dark

bartender spotlight with Paul Ward

of Ashling on the Lough, How long have you been at
125 56th Street Ashling on the Lough?

This is my third year at Ashling.

What is your specialty drink? Kyle, Devin, & Scotty
Pouring the perfect Guinness pint. at Fec’s Place

What do you love about bartending? Jeanette, Joel, Mike, Sara, & Tim
That everyday is different. at Swede’s

Do you know any bar tricks? Alex & Mallory at
I can pour a pint and engage in an The Boathouse
active conversation at the same time.
Stephanie, Stephanie, & Rhonda
What's the best advice you've at tg’s
received across the bar?

Knowledge speaks, wisdom listens

What do you love about
Downtown Kenosha?

Great people, great energy

Ashling on the Lough is such an Irish Can you tell me a joke?
establishment, they have their very own Irish Come down to Ashling and

manager! Paul Ward was born in Ireland I'll tell you one.
and emigrated to the US at the age of 17.
Ward attended the Milwaukee Institute of What's the perfect drink/food
Art & Design and began working for Harp & pairing at Ashling on the Lough?
Our Fish Fry is unbelievable paired
Eagle (the company behind Ashling) in
Milwaukee. “(That’s when) I fell in love with with a Smithwick's Irish Ale.
energy and the excitement of the pub life. It
quickly brought me back to fond memories What do you like to do for fun?
of the pub life in Ireland,” he told Downtown Hang with my lovely girls
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spotlight on Downtown Kenosha

The Pine Blossom 5925 Sixth Ave-A 262-945-1139

What began as a love for Christmas evolved into creating wreathes, small trees,
and other holiday items, has now blossomed into a year-round affair for Cheryl
Farrand at The Pine Blossom. With the help of her husband, Gary, Cheryl has trans-
formed her shop into a place for every season — with upcycle furniture, clothing, jew-
elry, home decor, seasonal floral arrangements, pieces of art, great work by local
craftsman and artisians and so much more.

Studio Moonfall 5031 7th Avenue

Monsters have set up shop in Kenosha! After 10 years of bringing books, but-
tons, and zombie beans to summers at HarborMarket, Studio Moonfall has
opened the doors to its Downtown art studio and indie publishing workshop.
Featuring the illustrations and all-ages adventures in horror, fantasy, and science
fiction of Donovan Scherer, creator of the Fear & Sunshine series, the Studio
Moonfall shop brings year-round Halloween to Downtown Kenosha.

Salon on Sixth 5040 Sixth Ave 262-657-4878

At Salon on Sixth, your hair is pampered and treated by professional stylists to main-
tain a healthy color and glow. They promise their services are worth your time and
money, and once you experience what Salon on Sixth has to offer, you'll dump your box
dye in the trash and keep comin' back! Their staff is friendly, accommodating and very
knowledgable and are ready to help you find the hair and skin products which will suit

Alpaca Art 4326 Seventh Ave 262-657-4444

A one-of-a-kind Kenosha establishment - Alpaca Art brings out the artist in
you - no matter what your skill level is! Walk in anytime during open hours, or
call to book a party! Pick your ready-to-paint bisque item and get creative!
Design and paint your piece, then come back a week later to pick up the final
product! Visit their website for upcoming events, including Family Night,
Ladies Night, and more!

Lettering Machine 725 50th Street 262-652-4177

Offering Kenosha and Wisconsin apparel for infants, toddlers, youths, and adults.
Since 2002, The family-owned Lettering Machine specializes in embroidery and
screen printing. Creating custom clothing for corporate, bridal/baby showers, sports
teams, give-away items, event apparel, schools, and much, much more. Get a ready-
made piece, or pick your own design and have a customized product made for you.
“There’s really no end to the possibilities of what we can do,” Carolyn Serpe says.

Call for a complimentary
bra fitting


Our beautiful lakefront hotel is more than a wonderful place for friends and family
to meet and stay the night while in Kenosha. It is quickly becoming an entertain-
ment destination. The Kenosha Comedy Club, located within the hotel, features at
least three professional comedians every Friday night at 8 PM and Saturday night
at 7PM and 9 PM. Our headliner is always a regional, or national touring
Comedian. In addition, most Saturdays you will find a live band, and often the
opportunity for a dinner and a show. Ask about our stay and play packages, a
reduced hotel night stay when purchasing a ticket to one of our live entertainment
events. Watch for our beautiful Lakeside Deck located right on the water to open
again this spring.

Your Lakefront Getaway Includes:

Beautiful newly renovated rooms
State-of-the-art fitness center
Indoor heated pool and hot tub
Free wi-fi
Free hot breakfast
Business center
Meeting and Banquet Facilities on site
Comedy Club, entertainment, and bar on site.

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Aveda concept full service salon & spa

Second Annual

Help us Save the
Great Lakes

Sunday April 19th 1-5pm
Salon on Sixth
5038 6th Ave. -

Downtown Kenosha

Purchase your tickets
at the Salon

The Lake Michigan Federation was renamed in 2006 to

the Alliance for the Great Lakes.

Along with the name change
came an expanded vision:

to protect and restore the Great Lakes
for people and wildlife, forever.

All Donations accepted to
Tax I.D. #23-7104524

All inquiries call: 262-657-4878
or 262-620-5234

Sarai Gillmore, owner of
Salon on Sixth Avenue LLC

[email protected]

Check us out on & for more details


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hemp to the resuce!

The House of Nutrition
has been selling Hemp
Rescue CBD products for
the last few years and
knew we had a superior
product. Currently, our
supplier sends us the doc-
umentation and testing
paperwork from an inde-
pendent testing lab detail-
ing the contents of every
batch. We are now adding
a QR code to the label of
all of Hemp Rescue prod-
ucts including Hemp
Rescue for pets.
Customers can now scan
the code on their phones
and see the data for the
batch they are buying.
Since we were adding the
code we also decided to
completely change the
label graphics to improve
the appearance. Customers will start seeing the new labels but can
be assured that the contents are the same great product.

Few CBD products on the market match the purity and high qual-
ity extraction methods of the Hemp Rescue product line. Many dif-
ferent types of businesses have started to sell CBD products, and
many are of poor or marginal quality. Hemp Rescue is full spectrum
full plant with just hemp CBD and MCT oil. There are no flavors or
additives so you are getting just what nature intended.

New research has found paring high quality hemp CBD with
some other supplements will greatly enhance the health benefits
you get from CBD. Having proper levels of the omegas and also
vitamin D3 will improve the results you get with Hemp CBD.

Stop in at The House of Nutrition so our staff can help make sure
you get the best results from our CBD products.

By Mark Wistar, owner House of Nutrition

Available at

5824-6th Ave. • Kenosha • (262) 652-4787

Live Longer, Live Well

Hours: M-F 10am - 6pm
Sat. 9am - 5pm
Sun. 12-4pm


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New Look,
Same Great Results

Only at House of Nutrition

Full Plant, Full Spectrum,
Fully Certified

250mg - 3000mg Clincal Strength
Doctor Recommended

Tinctures • Softgels • Lotions • Balms

• Pet CBD Oil

We also carry a large supply of local
and Wisconsin sourced items.

Products from local companies include:

• CBD Oil • Organic Teas • Locally made Wildcrafted Herbal
• Local Honey • Health & Beauty Products Remedies
• Vitamins and Supplements • Large Supply Of Essential Oils
• Fresh Organic Eggs • Organic Dried Friuts & Snacks • NEW Organic Bulk Section

Your CBD Headquarters Hours: M-F 10am - 6pm
Sat. 9am - 5pm
Sun. 12-4pm

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Kenosha’s Best Kept Secret

711 - 57th Street
Downtown Kenosha


Lingerie (Small -4x) • Toys & Games • Massage Oils • And lots more...

Contact us about a FREE Party at our Store


Featuring Professional
Touring Comedians

at the

5125 6th Ave. KENOSHA

Each show

features at

least 3 Every Friday at 8pm

and Saturday at 7 & 9pm.

The Kenosha Comedy Club

The Wyndham Garden Hotel No Drink
5125 6th Avenue

DTVol22019 The Kenosha Comedy Club 1-800-838-3006
Buy Tickets Now $12 to purchase tickets.
Call 262-564-8800
Happenings for more info.

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Kenosha History Center

220 51st Place, Kenosha WI 53140

For More Info Call 262-654-5770 •


Jeremy J. Johnson, FIC
512 57th Street
Kenosha, WI 53140
B 262-945-0058
[email protected]

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‘17 ‘18 3 YEARS IN A ROW

Both vintage
& new furniture,
housewares are
carefully curated

to create the
perfect blend
for your home

Check out our New Inventory
We proudly feature the talents of many local artisans

• Hand Painted Furniture • Handcrafted Goods
• Unique Gifts & more

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Downtown Kenosha

Thurs. 1-5pm • Fri. 10-5pm
Sat. 10-4pm. Sun. 11-3pm

Check us out on... Check out our Facebook events
for our monthly workshops.



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Yoga, Pilates, Strength Training,
H.I.I.T, Teacher Training, Personal

Training, and Private Classes.

What makes yoga hot? Well, it's not some Hot Yoga Benefits!
kind of metaphor, it is hot! Owner Jenna
Martin explained Hot Yoga maintains 95-105 • Build Strength • Improves Posture DT2020-1
degrees with 40% humidty. Martin says it • Increases Flexibility • Develops Muscle Tone
helps muscle conditioning and overall is a • Improves Concentration • Improves Breathing
very good experience to help detoxify the • Improves Balance • Increases Energy &
body by working the entire system. Engages • Promotes Relaxation
both body and mind as it Increases physical • Improves Cardiovascular Stamina
and mental endurance. Our classes won't • Detoxification
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you. Come improve your range of motion • Helps Weight Reduction • Relieves Chronic Pain
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happy, healthy community and will be • Lubricates Joints Reproduction Function
offering free community classes in 2020. • Reduce Stress • Improves Nervous System
A practice for the mind, body and spirit. • Improves Heart Function • Aids Injury Recovery &
• Improves Circulation
Regenerates Scar Tissue


5708 7th Avenue | Kenosha WI 53140

217.220.4120 | [email protected]

For more info check out

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feed your four-legged friend right at 5919 Sheridan Road
K9 Kibble

Nikki Centeno, owner of K9 Kibble, Can you tell us about some of the
5919 Sheridan Road, was the recent win- great pet products you carry? We have
ner of Wisconsin’s 2019 Emerging Small many but some of my personal favorites
Business Person by the Small Business are West Paw Design toys and Fromm
Administration. “I am very proud of my Family dog and cat food.
team, and a special thank you to the com-
munity for supporting small businesses!” What are some of the new services
Nikki recently sat down with Downtown you will be offering in 2020? We will
Kenosha Magazine for this exclusive have online shopping options, including
Q&A. curbside pick-up and home delivery.

What made you want to open your What is the most enjoyable part of
own business? We opened K9 Kibble in owning K9 Kibble? I really enjoy helping
honor of Precious, our dog, who inspired people, along with suppling a healthy
the store. We adopted her years ago from lifestyle for their pets.
Safe Harbor Humane Society. We were
frustrated while trying to find a pet food What makes K9 Kibble stand out
that would work for our dog, the big box from the big box pet stores? We spe-
stores didn't offer the speciality services. cialize in great customer service. Our
Then whenever we would travel, we'd go knowledgeable staff can help you find the
to independent owned pet stores which perfect and healthy pet foods. And we
sold the products that we never saw in also proudly carry ‘Made in the USA’ prod-
this area. So, we thought if we needed ucts.
them, other people in Kenosha would to,
so we opened up our business in May Can you tell us about the self-ser-
2013 at the original location on Sixth vice dog wash station you have here?
Avenue, and moved to our present loca- For only $12, you can give your pet a
tion in 2018. shampoo and blow dry. We supply the
towels and a smock to keep the owner dry.
And we will clean up after you! Makes
bathing your pet a breeze!

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The Historic National Bank Building

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Book today at the [email protected]

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