Non-invasive. Cutting edge. Both astutely describe the treatments Genevieve Schultz and Rebecca Westphal curate for their Advanced Aesthetics clientele in Downtown Madison.
Time to whip out the wrapping supplies. Whether for the foodie, arts enthusiast, pet parent or DIYer in your life, here are gifts for giving and getting this holiday season from some of our favorite Wisconsin-based businesses.
Marit Sathrum is the owner and director of Inner Fire Yoga, which has offered hot yoga to the Madison community since 2002. “Our mission is to foster a thriving yoga community by offering a full schedule and wide variety of yoga classes, with the highest level of expertise and integrity.”
If looking for a merry and bright event to treat family and friends to in Wisconsin, reserve tickets to one of these shows.
If you’re looking for an enchanting and cozy weekend away in Wisconsin, you can’t go wrong with a trip to Door County. During literally any season of the year, visitors are treated to picturesque nature views complemented by small town charm and a notoriously cozy community. Whether you’re cozied up with a great cup of espresso at the Door County Coffee and Tea house or you’re settling in for a charming winter evening at the White Gull Inn, you’ll be sure to have a truly quaint time. Here are some of the coziest places to visit in Door County.
Maria Clara Ruiz Zapata is the founder of Madison-based specialty coffeeshop, Estación Colombia. The mission of Estación Colombia is to not only expose Wisconites to incredible Colombia coffee but to increase the income of small-scale growers and promote sustainable travel and cultural exchange.
Carrie Koenig is the director of Environment & Facilities for The Bartolotta Restaurants, the premier restaurant and catering group in the Greater Milwaukee area. In her role, Koenig aids to deliver the the Bartolotta Promise of delivering an exceptional environment for guests.
From cozy mac and “cheese” cups to juicy burgers, these eight vegan restaurants in Wisconsin focus on flavor-packed dishes that will please both vegans and meat-eaters alike.
Eating from the land is a practice many Wisconsinites are familiar with. But “tree-to-glass” drinking is a rarer experience for those now more accustomed to city living. Which makes The Cider Farm’s tasting room at Brennan’s Market in Madison a superb staycation outing.
Enjoy Thanksgiving without the stress and hassle that come with planning and executing an extravagant dinner. Instead, take a trip to one of the following dining destinations in Wisconsin so you can enjoy Turkey Day how it should be spent–relaxed with loved ones.