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Slagel Family farm is a 6th generation farm in central Illinois. Re-connect with the land and watch the livestock roaming the pastures in the wide-open skies outside the city. As more and more people have the desire to learn more about their food and where it comes from, a farm tour and dinner would be an excellent way to bring you closer to your food. Tours, which run from spring to fall, are a full afternoon of learning and enjoying food. Each farm tour/dinner will be paired with one or more well-known chefs from Chicago. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions, hold baby piglets, gather fresh eggs, and interact with playful goats and lambs. Following the tour, you will head back to the barn and enjoy a four-course meal prepared using products raised within feet of where we are sitting.
Looking for a place to grab a cup of coffee while traveling down Interstate 57? Then stop by Main Street in Gifford, and be on the look out for their daily specials!
Restaurant offers pizza and sandwiches and has a large banquet room with separate bar. Eight-lane bowling alley features a game room.
Small town dining at it's finest with breakfast, lunch, and dinner served all day. One of very few Hen House Restaurants remaining in the United States, so stop by this convenient location off of I-74 in Mahomet to say you've been to a Hen House.
Unique eatery and bar filled with local sports memorabilia. Full service menu available daily.
Just like the 1970's and 1980's have your food brought out to you by waitresses on roller skates, and enjoy true classic American burgers and shakes!
Red Wheel Restaurant in Rantoul, IL provides home made family style food. Conveniently located off Highway 57, this is a great stop for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Need some true Mexican cuisine while traveling down Interstate 74? Stop by Mahomet at Los Zarapes, and enjoy great tasting Mexican cuisine with a complimentary side of chips & salsa.
Victorian tea room. All food made from scratch. Reservations strongly recommended!
It is the longest running active full service restaurant in the area (over 57 years now) and has long been a favorite for locals and visitors alike. This family-owned and operated haven for comfortable and palate-pleasing dining, features a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner with breakfast being available all day. McDonald's is well known for their broasted chicken and broasted catfish, always fresh never frozen, and they make some of the best burgers that you'll find anywhere, all hand formed, char broiled or grilled, in quarter and half pound increments.
Charming diner in historic Paxton. Fresh salad bar, appetizers, burgers, wraps and sandwiches. Full menu includes chicken dinners, salmon, Yellow Fin Tuna, Steak and more. Make sure you save room for a slice of fresh pie. Host your next event at the Tin Pan.Dine-in, carry-out, catering and event hosting. Special catering menu available.
Small town dining at it's finest! Stop off to feel like the olden days visiting with the locals who gather every morning at this fine small town establishment! Located in between Route 47 and Interstate 57 (turn off at Rantoul exit, and drive 10-15 miles into Fisher)
A real Bavarian experience awaits you in this family-owned and operated restaurant. Bayern Stube, located in Gibson City, offers authentic Bavarian cuisine in a cozy, traditional atmosphere; with dishes like schnitzels, sausages and homemade desserts to fill your soul.
Come enjoy lunch or dinner on our main level. There are a variety of food options ranging from soups and salads to sandwiches on our lunch menu. Our dinner menu has everything from nachos and chicken wings to pastas, seafood and steak. Click on the menus header to see our entire lunch and dinner options. JT Walker’s prides itself on its complex and ever-changing beer list that features more than 75 bottled beers and 18 beers on tap. JT’s has over 100 liquors to choose from and more than 25 wines.The restaurant features a fireplace to cozy up to and free Wi-Fi throughout the building.