Racine & Me: New burger restaurant & upscale men's shop join Waterford
WATERFORD, Wis (CBS 58) -- There are a few new businesses to check out as you explore the town of Waterford.
Tanya Maney, the Executive Director of Explore Waterford joined Racine & Me virtually to discuss an array of new places for folks to check out.
First, there's Noble Brother's Burgers.
It's a new "brother" business to Uncle Harry's Frozen Custard. That's owned by brothers Jay and John Noble. They specialize in Smash Burgers, hand cut fries and locally made craft soda.
They're located at 309 West Main Street.
Maney also spoke about a new upscale men's shop called Rusty's Dry Goods. It's a men's shop featuring unique items sourced entirely from small American businesses.
They have a large variety of men’s grooming, apparel, accessories, home bar goods and one-of-a-kind gifts unlike the grab-and-go junk found at big box stores.
Finally, there is another business that will pay homage to the history of our country. It's called The Noble House General Store.
The building is owned by Meg Robinson and has been restored back to its original 1900 characteristics.
The Noble House sells the oldest soaps and perfumes produced in the USA by Caswell-Massey , who originated in 1752. Nobel House carries an extensive line of their products, along with products by Baudelaire.
You can stop in and enjoy the beautifully done restoration, sample the products, speak with the periodically dressed shopkeepers and become obsessed with this wonderful new store!
The hours are from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.