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Joe K's Family Restaurant
Family restaurant with that old diner feel! Breakfast specials that can feed the hungriest of stomachs.
Stop by this old-fashioned diner featuring American and Greek dishes. Family owned restaurant serving breakfast and lunch. You’ll find tasty meals that are reasonably priced.
The Palms Grill Café
The Palms Grill Cafe was a well-known restaurant during the heyday of Route 66. Recently the cafe was revitalized and reopened, and is serving up delicious nostalgia from the fabled Route 66 era. Conveniently located right across the street is the towering Bunyon’s Statue, another one of Route 66’s famous Muffler Man Statues.
Eagle's Nest Restaurant
Eagles Nest has a varied menu where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner. The place is clean, cheerful and features home-cooked fare. Very reasonably priced.
A throwback to the diners of the 50's and 60's. Ed Debevic's offers delicious food with a side order of nostalgia, all served up by a cast of characters who sing and dance on the diner counter.
One of the first vegetarian restaurants in the city offers dishes that include a macrobiotic plate and vegan desserts.
Nestled in the heart of the Fox Valley, and home to dozens of delightful shops, restaurants and galleries is Geneva – a picture postcard. Come stroll along the lush, tree-lined streets and visit a historic town with exquisite dining, boutique shopping, world-class lodging and award-winning festivals. Located 50 miles from downtown Chicago, Geneva is a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle by I-88, I-90 or Metra train.
Doc’s Soda Fountain
Located on historic Route 66, this was originally a pharmacy built in the 1880’s. The soda fountain was added to the business in the 1950’s. Stop in for an old-fashioned treat or ice-cream. Doc’s is also open for lunch and dinner.
Clifton Country Inn & Bake Shop
If its biscuits and gravy you crave, then Clifton Country Inn & Bake Shop is the place to go in Godfrey. In addition to traditional bakery goods like donuts, this family-owned diner also features a full breakfast and lunch menu. There are also daily lunch specials. Hours: Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Saturday - Sunday, 6 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Golden Corral - Gurnee
Located right off I-94, this popular buffet style restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week, and offering breakfast on the weekends.
Scotty's Route 66 Bar & Grill
Drive Route 66 to one of the Mother Road's few remaining original diners, and try your hand at golf on the nine-hole course next door.
Apple Villa Famous Pancake House & Restaurant
Chicagoland's famous breakfast spot! Only the highest quality ingredients used and baked fresh every day. Distinctive freshness, flavor, and quality! Enjoy omelettes, pancakes, french toast, blintzes and crepes!
CITY: Hoffman Estates
Miller's 50's Style Drive-In
Original 50's style drive-in restaurant with car hops serving frosted mugs of Homemade Root Beer, Root Beer Floats, Coney Dogs & Texasburgers on a tray at your car or enjoy our picnic area. We feature summer Classic Car Cruise-Ins every Saturday. Check ou
Take a step back in time with a visit to this diner which was opened in the 1940's in Jerseyville. Customers come from throughout the bi-state region just for the huge servings of onion rings, which are hand-breaded and fried to perfection. The regulars are friendly and sure to recommend the best menu items for those who don't know what to order. Don't leave before trying one of their homemade pies! Hours: T - S 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. Su 7 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Didley's is a '50s outdoor restaurant with carhops on rollerblades, a playground, an outdoor movie theater, a miniature golf course and a concession stand.
Shea's Gas Station Museum
Take one look at the guest book and you’ll see that this unique spot attracts visitors from all over the globe. A former Texaco gas station owner, Bill Shea has amassed an impressive collection of Route 66 memorabilia during his more than 50 years on the Mother Road. Shea's is closed during the Illinois State Fair, held every August.
Fiona's Family Restaurant
Awesome homemade soups made daily at this little family-style diner which offers a larger, more varied menu than many bigger restaurants. One-of-a-kiind sandwiches include gyros, corned beef, and breaded tenderloin. Breakfast is also served. Billed as a "must" stop for anyone in the Wood River area. Hours: Daily 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
CITY: Wood River
Home of the bottomless cup of coffee with a nice blend of breakfast and lunch menu options, Kumar's offers a homey, friendly coffee-shop atmosphere for locals and visitors alike. Famous for their omelets and hashed browns. Open Tuesday through Thursday, 6 a.m. - 3 p.m., Friday, 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Saturday through Sunday, 6 a.m. - 3 p.m.
CITY: Wood River
MaMa Mia's Restaurant
Homemade croutons might not be enough to entice you to Mama Mia's Restaurant, but they will certainly bring you back for more! This small Italian-style diner features great food selection and generous portions. The all-you-can-eat chicken tenders are delicious and it's difficult to make it past the first plate! Breakfast served all day. Hours: Daily 5:30 a.m. - 9 p.m.
CITY: Wood River
Sixth Street Diner
Nice, casual, family-oriented diner with the great food you expect from smaller restaurants. Known for their chicken and dumplings, cabbage rolls and burgers as well as their juicy, large chicken wings. Open daily from 5:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.
CITY: Wood River
Complete family restaurant on the Historic Woodstock Square. Come to the Woodstock Square to enjoy the many things to see and do, then stop in to Angelo's Restaurant to enjoy a good old-fashioned family style meal that is sure to satisfy everyones taste.