Friday night brings a great Étude Session when Reina Del Cid and company bring their rich sounds to Paradigm Coffee and Music. Good Music + Good Cause is delivering on its name in Sheboygan.
But The Étude Group isn’t alone in delivering good things. Here are some local businesses that can help you get the most out of your Reina Del Cid weekend.
Don’t head to the show hungry! You’ll find some of the best food around just steps away from the concert. Downtown’s Black Pig serves comfort food with a twist. Big flavors, cocktail concoctions, and cool atmosphere make the Black Pig a favorite. If you’re thirsty for craft beers and cheese curds with your dinner, you’ll find 8th Street Ale Haus just across the street from Paradigm. With 31 draft lines and over 70 bottle beers, it won’t be easy to choose.
It will be rise and shine on Saturday morning, so head back to Paradigm Coffee and Music for the best cup of coffee and the Betty Burrito. After you’re fueled up, you’ll be ready for a day of adventures.
There is no place better to view Lake Michigan than being on Lake Michigan! EOS Surf and Revolution Boardshop can get you on the lake with the rental of a kayak, surfboard, or stand-up paddleboard…a wetsuit may be required! If you want to relax after your workout, our friends at Nouvelle Salon and Day Spa can help with a manicure or facial.
Your day doesn’t have to end yet. Take the short drive to Elkhart Lake to find the perfect keepsake or original artwork at the Two Fish Gallery. Patrick and Karen Robison would love to talk art or let you walk through their gardens.
Good Music + Good Cause celebrates Sheboygan. And with the Étude Sessions, you can’t have too much of a good thing. Black Pig, 8th Street Ale Haus, Paradigm will all be open and waiting for you when you head back to Sheboygan. If you can’t make it to this show, we look forward to seeing you on April 15 for Gospel Machine.