Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center
600 North Milwaukee Avenue
Prospect Heights, IL 60070
Phone: (847) 419-3600
Fax: (847) 419-3601
600 North Milwaukee Avenue, Prospect Heights, IL, US, 60070
- Phone: (847) 419-3600
- Fax: (847) 419-3601
This small women's boutique offers unique clothing and accessories in many colors and designs. They have the largest selection of special occasion clothing on the north shore. Sizes 0 to 17.
Find gift items from around the world, at this shop. It has an extensive inventory including collectibles. A wedding registry is offered.
Personalized baby shower gigts. Handmade baby and toddler quilt.
The Book Bin has been in the Northbrook Shopping Plaza for 35 years. They are a full service bookstore, and specialize in finding the perfect book for the individual. They have the usual inventory of a general bookstore, and you can order for either shipment direct to you, or for pick-up at the store. They do a personalized out-of-print search which has been over 90% successful and they dabble in rare books and antique lithographs from the "Belle Epoch" period.
In business since 1956, Rainbo Sports Shop has been an industry leader since it first opened. Whatever type of skating is your bag, be it figure skating, inline skating or quad roller-skating, you can find what you need here. Like its namesake, the venerable Rainbo Arena, this store is synonymous with skating. It carries wheels and bearings, T-shirts, pants, shorts, belts, sharpening jigs, sharpening stones, lubes, blade tools, protective gear, blade guards, boot covers and much, much more. All of the employees here know their skates; some are skate instructors, others are nationally-ranked competitors.
The helpful staff at this bicycle shop will help you with all your cycling needs, including new bicycle purchases and equipement needs.
A center for diamonds, rings, engagement rings, gold, platinum, silver and gemstones in the Chicagoland area.
All wonderful things come in small packages, including the quirky store Vignettes of Arlington. Run by Katie Maier-Van Egeren since 1999, the items available at the shop are as unique as its name. If you wish to get your hands on a unique Vera Bradley piece or some TrollBeads then do drop by at the store.
Historical reproductions for the home and garden.
This gallery offers a cross section of contemporary Native art that will intrigue the novice and satisfy the most discriminating collector. Authentic Native American items, from Alaska, the pacific northwest, and Canada, add balance to the gallery's classic offerings of southwestern jewelry, fetishes, pottery, sculpture, baskets, and rugs.
Features fine jewelry, fashion jewelry, giftware, watch and jewelry repair and design. Authorized Rolex dealer.
Clothing for boys and girls, from birth to size 5, is offered at this store, along with socks, hats, and other accessories.