Showing 1-24 of 304 items
The 1904 General Store came from the 1904 World's Fair. We sell fudge, chocolate bars, candy, and retail gifts/furniture. Open Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.
Originally founded in 1891 as a private club for forward-thinking women, the Nineteenth Century Club continues the tradition of social and cultural advancement to this day. One of Oak Park's premiere venues for educational, cultural, and philanthropic events, it boasts an elegant and expansive parlor suited well for weddings and a ballroom that draws an impressive lineup of musical performances.
One of central Illinois largest and most spectacular light shows! Our unique venue offers viewing from the high school bleachers all the way to the bluffs along the Illinois & Fox Rivers either on shore or in your boat. 9pm show time.
Take a break and enjoy a full-service espresso bar, premium wines, and craft beers. Treat yourself to a selection of pastries and appetizers after a busy day shopping in Amish Country.
A fun-filled orchard featuring apples, berries, melons. The indoor market is filled with jams, jellies, sauces, dips, salsas, candy and homemade "take n bake" pies. Also unique is the Krazy Kernel Kettle Korn, produced right in Princeton! Specialty cheeses, such as Antonella, Buffalo Wing Jack, and Tomato Basil Yellow Cheddar are also available. Pair these cheeses with some of the wines that are sold in the new wine shop, or enjoy your purchase on the newly constructed outdoor patio area. The Cider Mill banquet room has been expanded to accommodate 200 guests, so plan your wedding, reception, party, or reunion here!
This Andersonville cafe and bakery sells an array of rich treats: raspberry crumble bars, orange poppy seed cake, giant sugar cookies, and heavenly mini apple pies, not to mention scones tagged the best in town. Breakfast items include French toast, quiche, and a breakfast burrito; lunch and dinner entrees are homey--spinach lasagna, chicken potpie, soups, salads, and sandwiches with meat piled high on homemade bread. The room is cozy, with natural light streaming in through the windows.
Ackerman Farms, celebrating over 100 years as a working family farm, invites everyone to join us from the 3rd week in August through the 3rd week in December. We feature over 150 different varieties of pumpkins and squash in all shapes and sizes, over 25 varieties of beautiful hardy mums, and over 15 varieties of apples from our orchard - everything you need for your fall decorations and for your table. Plan to spend the afternoon with us in our family friendly corn maze, ride a hay rack, browse the gift shop and visit our friendly farm animals. At Christmas, join us for hot cider by a cozy fire and leisurely shop our wonderful Christmas selection of gifts and decor. Don't forget to call us to schedule birthday parties or class field trips.
Whether you are new to tea or far along on your journey, you will enjoy discovering farm-fresh teas at Adagio Teas. Come to experience a fresh and flavorful selection from around the world. Tea, tea-to-go, teaware, and tea classes.
The view is incredible and the wine selection is unbeatable every season of the year on top of the bluffs at Aerie's Winery. During the spring and summer, the outdoor deck offers a breathtaking view of recreation on the river. As the temperatures cool, you can lounge inside next to the fireplace. Aerie's also offers cottages and a lodge to accommodate the needs of overnight guests, all within walking distance of the winery. Seasonally, check our calendar for live music on the decks Wine, cheese, sausages and pizza are available.
All Seasons Apple Orchard is a u-pick apple orchard located in Woodstock, the county seat of McHenry County in Northern Illinois. We have more than 11,000 apple trees and 12 varieties of apples, including Honey crisp and the Asian pear. We also have a pick your own pumpkin patch (pumpkin picking), with six different varieties of pumpkins for your decorating and baking needs. Starting Labor Day Weekend, explore our 10 acre Corn Maze with 3 miles of pathways and 2 bridges. Spend time in our petting zoo, country farm market, or indoor grill restaurant which offers seasonal favorites like homemade apple donuts, apple cider, caramel apples, local honey and much more! At All Seasons Orchard, the hay ride (wagon ride) will take you on a tour through our beautiful orchards and is essential to a complete fall season experience! In our 20th year, we continue our commitment to producing the best apples in Illinois for you and your family!
Alto Vineyards' retail wine shop and tasting room offers custom gift baskets, gourmet foods and local artwork. Indoor and outdoor seating offers a place to relax with a glass of Alto's finest. Alto's original location is situated in Alto Pass, on the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail.
Nestled in the Shawnee Hills of Southern Illinois, sits Alto Vineyards, the region’s oldest, most award-winning winery. Founded in 1988 by Guy Renzaglia, Alto introduced a new industry to the area, starting a movement that has altered its landscape. Today, Alto Vineyards shares the region with 11 other wineries along the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail, in the state’s first federally recognized grape-growing region, known as an American Viticultural Area (AVA). While continuing to produce some of Illinois’ finest wine, Alto opened a new tasting room in Champaign, IL, and began distributing throughout the state and surrounding regions. Celebrating 25 years in business in 2013, Alto constructed a new, modern tasting room next to the vineyard in Alto Pass. Resting atop the new facility lies an outdoor deck for customers to take in the view on one of southern Illinois’ oldest vineyards – a truly breathtaking sight that exemplifies the beauty of the Shawnee National Forest and Illinois wine country. We invite you to visit our winery and tasting rooms to experience the tradition of Alto Vineyards.
Anchored by JCPenney and Macy's, Alton Square Mall is the area's regional mall destination. A full-service food court, U.S. Post Office, satellite city library and Christian Science Reading Room are also featured at the mall. Hours: Sunday, noon - 6 p.m. Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Adjacent to Hamburger Mary's, we’ve been brewing craft beers in Andersonville since 2009, making us the oldest operating “nano-brewery” in Chicago (basically, that’s just a fancy term for a really small brewery). What started as a hobby in the corner of a sports bar has turned into a 200+ barrels/year (400 kegs) operation, with as many as eight of our brews on tap at any given time. So whether you are in the mood for a golden ale (like our Blonde Bombshell), something hop-heavy (try our rotating IPA), or a barrel-aged or sour stout… we have something to satisfy all tastes.
Andies Restaurant in Andersonville is a Mediterranean restaurant on Clark Street serving amazing dishes of many influences for more than 30 years. We cook our food with the freshest ingredients and make each dish to order. Our servers are detailed, attentive, accommodating and friendly. Our main priority is to ensure you have the best dining experience possible. Our philosophy is to cook locally and seasonally. We use produce from local farmers in the Midwest, when and where it is available, and from Andies’ garden. Be sure to check out our Seasonal Menu page for fresh specials.
Andover and Andover Lake Park will glow with decorations. Stroll on walkways marked by luminaries or ride in a horse-drawn wagon. Soup supper and Christmas goodies, refreshments & kids crafts at the American Legion Building from 5pm to 7pm. Visit candle-lit Jenny Lind Chapel and hear live Christmas music from 6pm to 8pm.
It’s all about the kids! Festivities are held at Howe’s Park and feature kid friendly activities like an obstacle course, pedal tractor pull, water fights, and the Twinkie train! Evenings offer a movie, food, nightly entertainment, and fireworks – first of the season in Henry County! After the Sunday parade, have a slice of pie or buy one to take home from the annual auction.
Bake sale features more than 2,000 rhubarb pies and other delicious desserts. In addition, there will be a huge craft show (on Saturday only) and flea market, music, food, trolley tours of the town and shopping in the historic district. If you want to be guaranteed an opportunity to sample the rhubarb you should be there by noon. Events take place in downtown Aledo, Illinois. Free Admission.
Ottawa presents the 30th Annual Scarecrow Festival! Bring the kids for free buckboard rides, face painting and a petting zoo! While you're downtown check out the farmer's market as well as the shops, boutiques, and restaurants that will be offering special events inside their facilities! And don't forget what this fest is all about - scarecrows that will once again line the streets! 10:00am - 4:00 PM.
Warm apple pie, hand-dipped caramel apples, handmade crafts, live music and fresh produce are just a few of the offerings at the Apple Festival at Pere Marquette. The festivities will also include apple wine tasting, kid’s activities and restaurant favorites. An apple pie walk (similar to a cake walk) will be held at 12:30pm where visitors will purchase tickets and take a walk for a chance to take home a fresh baked apple pie. Proceeds for the apple pie walk will be donated to the Friends of Pere Marquette Foundation. The Lodge will also host the Fifth Annual Pumpkin Roll at 2pm. Participants can bring their own pumpkin or purchase one at the festival to decorate for a competitive roll down the hill in front of the Lodge. Second and third place participants will win gift certificates for the Restaurant and the fastest pumpkin will win the grand prize of a free nights stay at the historic Lodge. For more information, call (618) 786-2331.
A small town festival has carnival rides, a petting zoo, car show, pie and cake baking contest/auction, bingo and bands nightly that are sure to entertain the whole family!
Welcome to the Backwoods! We are dedicated to providing top quality, home grown products in a family friendly atmosphere. Please come and enjoy the great outdoors with us. We started growing specialty crops in 1990 with a few blackberries. We have since expanded into asparagus, berries, peaches, and canned & baked goods. Pick up fruits of the season from the roadside stand or head to the fields to pick your own strawberries, black raspberries or asparagus.
Join us in the Lodge Restaurant for a gourmet dinner party like no other as we challenge our Chef to include the glorious flavors of bacon in each delectable dish that is served. Then sip specialty wines chosen to compliment each of the four creative courses as you enjoy the excellent company of Pere Marquette Lodge Wine Club Members. Seats for the dinner are $50 per person and include taxes and gratuity. Choose to stay the night and add two seats to your room reservation for an additional $90. Wine Club Members get an additional 10% off! Does not include room taxes or room reservations. Call 618-786-2331 for details and to make your reservations.
We brew our beer on a 25 HL mash filter system. Our system has a decoction kettle for making traditional German lagers. We brew crushable lager and wheat beers on our system, and then put that beer in 12 oz cans for you to put in your fridge at home. We have a beautiful taproom which overlooks the brewery floor and offer tours from our taproom periodically.