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Sukiya Living Magazine has named Anderson Japanese Gardens the highest quality Japanese garden in North America since 2004. This 12 acre award-winning landscape is inspired by calm and tranquilly and features exquisite design, winding paths, gentle streams, plunging waterfalls, raked gravel gardens, beautifully trained pines, and more.
The Junior League of Rockford and the Rockford Area Arts Council founded the Discovery Center in 1980. The goal was to give local children hands-on science and art experiences. As of 2015, the Discovery Center had approximately 140,000 on-site visitors and another 80,000 through outreach programmes.
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Every day, the kitchen and bakery are open until midnight, and we offer breakfast until 4 p.m.
Wood-fired pizza, burgers, steaks, seafood, crepes, pasta, desserts, pies, cupcakes, craft beers, wine juice, and a coffee bar
Since 1930, 1402 N. Main Street has been a part of the Rockford landscape. It has housed everything from grocery stores to cigarette shops, doctors' offices to optical shops. The roof was collapsing, the windows were shattered, and the floors upstairs were covered in asbestos tiles and tar when we bought the building in 2015.
Rathskeller Rockford now has a new look! Stop in for a hot drink and a fresh pastry, and relax in the Biergarten's open-air seating. Rathskeller is a German term that literally translates to "the cellar of a city hall that serves as a restaurant and bar." Rathskellers are popular in Germany, and thousands of customers have praised Rockford's Der Rathskeller as one of only a few such establishments.
Tavern on Clark is a one-of-a-kind Rockford experience. We wanted to recreate the look and feel of a traditional neighbourhood tavern. The menu includes tavern-style fare such as burgers, steaks, and flatbreads. The bar is equipped with a Cruvinet wine system that serves wine by the glass.