As personal injury lawyers in Milwaukee, we love investing in our community. Did you know that you can help make your city stronger just by simply shopping at the right places? When you spend $100 at a local business, about $68 stays in the local Milwaukee economy. If you spend $100 at a large business, only about $43 stays local.
For Kids Of All Ages
Wauwatosa’s Ruckus and Glee sells unique, high-quality toys with a sense of imagination and humor. Not sure what to choose? The staff is always ready to help you pick out the perfect gifts for the special kids in your life. Fischberger’s Variety occupies a Riverwest storefront that was vacant for over 50 years before this special neighborhood variety store opened in 2006. From books to toys, seeds to housewares, and sunglasses to craft supplies, Fischberger’s has options that you won’t find anywhere else.
Gifts For Green Thumbs
A hidden Riverwest gem, Kellner’s Greenhouse opens each year in April with an above-average selection of annuals, perennials, and vegetable plants, including tropicals and items for your water garden. They also sell fresh Christmas trees and wreaths in November and December. On the South Side, family-owned Plantland has been in business for over 44 years. With an entire greenhouse of heirloom tomatoes -- Plantland is worthwhile stop for the adventurous vegetable gardener. If you need a fresh foliage fix in the middle of winter, drive down to Milaeger’s to enjoy their indoor greenhouse, great gift and home decor shopping, and even a cafe.
Searching For Spirits And Sweets
For The Music-Minded
Style For You And Your Home
We hope that our list has inspired you to keep your money in Milwaukee by shopping locally. Do you have a favorite independent neighborhood business that we missed out on? Let us know!