KOHLER -- Brian Kramp spent the morning at Craverie Chocolatier Café in Kohler. Home of Kohler Original Recipe Chocolates and reminiscent of a French café, Craverie features expanded breakfast items, signature soups from Kohler restaurants, fresh sandwiches, seasonal salads and made-to-order smoothies.
About Craverie Chocolatier Café (website)
With a picturesque view of Wood Lake, banquette seating, alfresco settings, a cozy fireplace, comfy oversized leather chairs, chandeliers and mirrors galore, the ambience is the perfect complement to the menu. To satisfy your sweet tooth, Craverie offers ice cream and sorbet in 14 delicious flavors and signature pastries. Pair with a signature coffee, handcrafted hot chocolate, wine or beer.
Experience wine and chocolate pairings or demonstrations from our seasoned chocolatiers. Or please allow Craverie to host your next memorable event.
More than 130 years ago, 29-year-old John Michael Kohler took a cast-iron water trough, added feet and enameled it, creating a bathtub. According to Kohler Co. lore, he sold it to a local farmer for one cow and 14 chickens.
This seemingly simple innovation launched the KOHLER brand as a household name – for kitchen & bath, power, interiors and golf & resort destinations.
Yet it’s a series of thoughtful decisions nearly a century ago that truly set the stage for Destination Kohler.
When Kohler Co. began building its new factory in the area now known as the Village of Kohler, Wisconsin, immigrants from Austria, Holland, Germany, Russia, and other locations arrived looking for work. The challenge, it soon realized, was helping those workers find housing in what had previously been 21 acres of farmland.
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