Our retail store may have signs posted to direct customers, but it's the scent that draws them in.
Within our relaxing store, customers can watch as Debbie stirs a pot of natural soap, pours a nourishing blend of shea butter solid lotion bars or mixes a batch of healthy bottled lotion, diffusing the scent of the day throughout the store. The aromas range from refreshing eucalyptus spearmint, relaxing lavender to soothing scents of oatmeal.
The unique experience not only allows you to see how its made but, also to smell and try the products before you buy.
Take a stroll through the Old River Shopping Area in Downtown Rocky River and explore unique boutiques, specialty shops and incredible restaurants.
Our charming neighborhood is rich with history and continues to be celebrated by merchants, residents and patrons today.
If you've have never tasted these legendary kolackes before, you've been missing out! You can now find them in our neighborhood at Kathy's, along with other delicious rolls, cookies, and treats.
Isn't it great to find that perfect gift in one beautiful boutique?
We are so excited to offer amazing flannels, mugs and tea towels from Stash Style.
Before your night out with your special someone or friends, celebrate Valentine's Day with the most gorgeous shoes.
Savor the memories from the holidays by framing your favorite pictures with family and friends.
Don't let this shopping season leave you hungry and tired. Stop into Flip Side to fill up on the most delicious burgers you will ever taste.
Handmade and hand-painted in Italy, you can bring the finest ceramics, flatware and table linens into your home with one stop in Solari.
We aren't the only ones who will be ringing in the joys of Christmas this month.
Celebrated for the first time on June 19, 1910 in Spokane, Washington, Father's Day was founded by Sonora Smart Dodd.
Rocky River Railroad, popularly referred to as a "Dummy" railroad because of it's short run (6 miles), carted passengers from West 58th Street in Cleveland the Rocky River beaches during the summer months.
We all know there is nothing like Cleveland's St. Patrick's Day parade.
We drive by the marquis that hangs above Burntwood Tavern and Erie Island Coffee every day, but did you know that it is the original marquis from the days when the building was home to a movie theater?
Our tribe hasn't seen a world series since 1948, and we are beyond excited as they take on the Cubs.
We are proud to have recently learned more about our home in the historic Earl Mitchell building on Old Detroit Road.
Did you know that back in 1919, we would have been neighbors with Rocky River's First City Hall?
Summer vacation may be coming to an end, but it's never out of season to learn about the beautiful water right in our backyard.