N 5780 Kinney Rd
Portage, WI 53901
Phone: (608) 745-4717
Fax: (608) 745-1231
N 5780 Kinney Rd, Portage, WI, US, 53901
- Phone: (608) 745-4717
- Fax: (608) 745-1231
Voted "Columbia County's Business of the Year." Visit this award-winning mall with three levels and over 8,000 square feet to browse. From furniture to glassware and everything in between. They are open seven days a week.
Formerly the Baraboo Coffee, the Coffee Bean Connection is a family run quaint coffee shop situated right in the heart of Baraboo. This coffee store, offers its patrons with a large selection of coffee and teas from the world over. Some of the popular blends sold at the shop are the Blackberry Merlot, the Brazilian Rainforest, Celebes Kalossi, Java Rush and the Mexican Chiapas Vienna Roast. Seasonal specials that buyers can taste at the store include the Holiday Flavors of Coffee. The store also has a great selection of beer brewing and international teas. The selection of coffee and teas keep changing, so check their website for more details.
Full line pet store that sells live animals and a complete inventory of supplies.
Tanger Outlets never fail to please an ardent shopper. This is where you can hope to chance upon that scintillating pair of boots by your favorite brand at a price that you can actually afford! The choices assuage your need for options and you can pick what best suits your style in clothing, accessories and footwear. Enjoy the 'Best Price Guarantee' that this delightful store gives you and make your shopping spree a family affair because there's something for everyone here! For store timings, visit their website.
When on your shopping spree, do not forget to visit the Parson's Indian Trading Post & Museum. For even though the name of the place might confuse you, its aptness will surely dawn as you enter it. This shop is dedicated to all the products and collectibles made by the native Americans. You will find a range of jewelry, beads work and even clothes that are a reminder of the original way of life of the aboriginals. Should you feel a little overwhelmed by the collection, ask one of the staff and they will tell you the significance of the products and the history of the ancient Americans. Make sure you buy a souvenir from one of the world's largest shop dedicated to the aboriginals Americans and pay your respects to history. To know more about the place check out the website.
Galen and Carrie Betz must be proud of their achievement in the form of Cranberry Connections. And why not, after all theirs is the most unique cranberry-themed store in town. From thoughtful calendars, best-selling books and DVDs to boutique items, aromatic cranberry lotions, soaps and elegant candles; they have it all. They're mainly known for their well-designed cranberry glassware; vases, paper-weights and bowls. Do check their array of gourmet food items including irresistible cranberry dips, sweets, beverages and condiments. Every item here definitely serves as a wonderful gift shop. Do call or check out the website for plenty of other information.
Market Square Cheese is where the sublime art of making cheese takes over an entirely different meaning. A family run business since its inception in the year 1969, Market Square Cheese is popular in its surrounds for a wide variety of cheese and sausages it offers. There is also a range of ice cream, jams, jellies, chocolates, beverages and a selection of T-shirts on offer. However, make sure you pick up one of their cheddar cheese which won Market Square Cheese the best cheese store in Wisconsin Dells award. To know more about the store call them or check out the website.
Quality fishing and hunting supplies are available through Sauk-Prairie Live Bait & Tackle, LLC.
Aromatherapy candles, body and bath products, candies, handbags, sterling jewelry, baby items and more by such brands as Little Twig, Primal Elements, The Thymes, Bloom, Jack & Lily, Some of Me, Santa Barbara Ceramics and Charles Albert are available at the Window Sill, a specialty boutique.
Clothing, accessories, books, videos, supplies and more for trap, skeet, sporting clay and other target shooters are available at Recob's Target Shop.
Set in a barn over 100 years old, A to Z Antiques offers a wide range of valuable antiques including furniture.
How about taking home fruits freshly plucked from a tree? That's exactly the kind of shopping experience you would get at Country Bumpkin Farm Market. Fruits didn't taste natural anymore, so Country Bumpkin decided to start their own fruit production undertaking. The 1997's spring saw the origin of this market, and there was no looking back since then. And it's not just fruits, but you would get vegetables, berries and flowers as well. One more interesting aspect of this company is the fruit-plucking season in June, where customers get a chance to pluck fruits themselves. Now, when was the last time you did that? One has to drop by at Wisconsin Dells' own 'garden of Eden'. Do call for more details.