The Farmhouse Skillet at Honey and Salt alone is worth the drive to Flat Rock.
It’s easy to spend an entire day on “Little Rainbow Row.”
The cinnamon brioche at Honey and Salt comes from the bake house underneath the restaurant.
Honey and Salt is the name of local hero Carl Sandburg’s 1963 volume of poems.
Take the guided tour of Sandburg’s home to see artifacts up close.
Stop in The Gallery at Flat Rock to say hello to Charlie.
Poet and activist Carl Sandburg's home is nestled in the woods across from Little Rainbow Row.
The Gallery at Flat Rock offers a curated local art experience.
Everyone knows about the pizza at The Village Bakery, but have you tried their
The fledgling farmers market is set up tailgate-style.
Sky Top’s cinnamon doughnuts should be consumed immediately, while warm.
Baby goats. Need we say more?
The Wrinkled Egg shop is a bit of a legend around these parts.