I really like shopping at Salvation Army Thrift Stores as their pricing is reasonable, and their use of funds for ministry is impressive.
Salvation Army Thrift Store
Venue: Downtown, city thrift store
Atmosphere: Loosely organized, cluttered displays but these can be fun to rummage through.
Offerings: Clothing, housewares, furniture, books, and other stuff you typically find in a thrift store.
Recommendations: Stop in and look around when in the area. In the same block you will find another thrift store, Earth Exchange. Both thrift stores are worth checking out. I really like shopping at Salvation Army Thrift Stores as their pricing is reasonable, and their use of funds for ministry is impressive.
Service: We were left to ourselves to browse. Checking out was pleasant.
Return Rating: Definitely!
Casual dining, upside down hamburgers, and good service make this a great stop if you are going through Superior, Wisconsin.
Gronks Grill and Bar 4909 E. 2nd St., Superior, Wi
We drove by this fun looking place for years and finally decided to stop when we were burger hungry. We wish we had stopped sooner.
Venue: Sports bar and grill on Highway 53 in Superior, Wisconsin. Interesting upnorth sports and outdoor decor. Boasts it is “home of the biggest 1 pound burger.” Aren’t all 1 pound burgers 1 pound?
Atmosphere: Casual dining at wood tables or bar with small Gronks wear gift shop.
Food Fare: Upside Down burgers. You can check out their full menu online. We always request our fries well-done.
Recommendations: While you are online looking at the menu, look up their daily specials. Last I knew, Wednesdays was buy one, get one free Upside Down hamburgers. My husband likes the Barnyard Burger–it has beef, pork and an egg.
Service: Has been good every time we are there. We also call ahead to order when traveling through and carry out service is great too.
Return Rating: Definitely, every chance we get. Love to eat here.