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    How to Plan a Craft Collective Getaway

    Where: Sunset Point Winery

     

    Day 1

    Lunch

    Grab lunch at Grazie’s Italian Grill in Stevens Point in Stevens Point. Enjoy from-scratch pastas and pizzas. And keep in mind; your leftovers will pair perfectly with a red wine from Sunset Point Winery.

    Afternoon

    Swing by the Q Gallery Artists Cooperative in Stevens Point and check out the beautiful art up for sale, including paintings, drawings, photography, jewelry and more. Then stroll the downtown area on your way to Sunset Point Winery to explore the murals dotted throughout downtown.

    Walking through an art gallery in the Stevens Point Area

    Plan to enjoy the afternoon sun at Sunset Point Winery in Stevens Point. Head to the second level for their tasting room, for a glass (or two) of their delicious wines. Reds, whites and fruity and dessert varieties are all on hand. Don't miss your chance to relax in the hammock swings!

    Sunset Point WineryPhoto Credit: @nicole.435

    Evening

    Pull up a chair at Father Fats Public House in Stevens Point where you can enjoy a menu of small plates designed to be shared, crafted from the regional flavor and a diverse selection of cuisine.

    Father Fats Public House in downtown Stevens Point is known for their tapas style dishes and iconic mural.

    Day 2

    Breakfast

    Grab the most important meal of the day at Cozy Kitchen.  It’s Stevens Point’s oldest established restaurant featuring an all-day breakfast filled with omelets, hearty starters, and specialty dishes. Or, if you are looking for something more portable for your morning's adventure, head to the Main Grain Bakery.  

    @huntnfishnutPhoto Credit: @huntnfishnut

    Late morning

    Enjoy a stroll through nature before you make your way home. Visit the Stevens Point Sculpture Park, where nature meets art from local, regional, national, and international artists!

    @emily_windsnap_Photo Credit: @emily_windsnap_

    Find more fun places to visit with the Central Wisconsin Craft Collective here.