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Opart Thai House Restaurant
Opart Thai House Restaurant has been serving the Chicago area for many years. Providing great traditional Thai cuisine with an extensive menu of many different kinds of dishes.
Owen & Engine
Owen & Engine is based on a simple idea of offering rustic British-inspired comfort food with real ales and a carefully crafted beverage program.
Paramount Room features a unique, dual level space loaded with urban charm and contemporary design elements. A Michelin Bib Gourmand rated chef-driven menu of elevated pub standards, and internationally inspired dishes of skillfully prepared but unpretentious and acclaimed cuisine, complements a full liquor bar overseen by Beverage Director Dan Marunowski.
Slurping Turtle strives to recreate for guests Chef Takashi's childhood culinary experiences in Japan, and the essence of Japanese Comfort Food. The turtle is a symbol of longevity in Japan. Come and slurp to your hearts content.
Smak-Tak is a quaint Polish restaurant that has been located on the north side of Chicago for the past ten years. Guests just love the old world ambiance and the traditional Polish kitchen flavors. With appetizing dishes specially prepared to your liking.
Sol de Mexico
Sol de Mexico strides to deliver the authentic taste of Mexican gastronomy every time you come in, which is why they only use fresh ingredients and every meal is cooked to order. All their food reflects a love, respect and passion for Mexico’s Cuisine & Culture.
Spacca Napoli Pizzeria was inspired by the authentic aroma, taste, and craft of pizza found on the streets and in the pizzerias in Naples. It is the intention that everything at Spacca Napoli is faithful to tradition, from the high quality of the food to the way it is served: The oven was built by third- and fourth-generation artisans from Napoli; the dough mixer also comes from Italy. The decor is reminiscent of classic Italian pizzerias, yet is contemporary and filled with light. Spacca Napoli strives to be a neighborhood place but it is also a destination for anyone who wants to taste genuine Neapolitan style pizza.
sushiDOKKU boasts a cult following due to the trust the owners have developed with their guests over the years. They have also been awarded a Bib Gourmand for 2014.
Though noodles are the focus at Urban Belly, this is no ramen-only spot: Look for choices such as somen noodles with mussels, Chinese black beans and coconut broth and soba noodles with bay scallops, king oyster mushrooms and a blue crab broth. Dumpling fans can choose from options such as lamb with brandy or duck with pho spices. Fried rice dishes and sides such as kimchi round out the menu.
Most recently chef de partie at Alinea Restaurant and formerly of Home Bistro and Zealous, brings years of experience and culinary innovation to the Wood kitchen. Chef Aubin strongly believes that using only the freshest, most locally available ingredients not only produces better tasting meals, but also builds a sense of collective community and responsibility. The proof is in the plates: foodies and casual diners alike will remember his dishes for their exceptional flavor, quality, and execution.
Burgers so large they come with their own zip code, coupled with tasty ales and a side order of heavy metal music best describes this burger haven, or Heaven depending on your love for the handheld meal – although you will definitely need two hands to hold these monsters. In Chicago, Kuma’s has two locations that comes with a long line of burger-lovers waiting for their chance to dig in. What are you waiting for?
Graham Elliot Bistro
Opening its doors on Chicago’s fabled Randolph Street in 2012, Graham Elliot Bistro offers contemporary takes on American classics, and lives by the mantra of "less is more.” The menu focuses on the technique and craft rather than artistry, with each item created using just three main components. Comprised of a mix of updated American classics including share plates, chops, steaks and sides, the menu combines seasonally-driven ingredients with Old World techniques and is complemented by a beverage list of creative cocktails and an eclectic wine selection. The restaurant also offers brunch on Sunday mornings, featuring twists on American favorites. Situated in a historic, century-old building, Graham Elliot Bistro features a 60 seat dining room, floor-to-ceiling whitewashed brick walls, and an open kitchen. Additional seating is available in the hidden outdoor patio from May to October.
Gibson's Bar & Steakhouse
Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse in Chicago is a classic American steakhouse that offers USDA Prime Steaks, fresh seafood, huge portions, sides large enough to share, impressively enormous desserts and famously large martinis.
Nothing screams culinary quite like a food experience at Next, a creation of Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas. Next blends the art of food and entertainment, creating appetizing cuisine that evokes rapture for all the senses. Their themes change often allowing those who are lucky enough to get a seat at this ticket only restaurant a chance to try something new every time. Good luck and good eating.
Dry Hop Brewery
DryHop brews hop-centric ales, in addition, to traditional, Belgian, and experimental craft beers – all only available in Lakeview and to-go in DryHop’s 64- and 32-oz. growlers. DryHop’s kitchen menu showcases the flavors and seasonality of the brewery through unpretentious shared plates. Visiting DryHop is all about being in a brewery; feeling connected to the craft brewing and culinary worlds; and most importantly, feeling a personal connection to a community of craftsman.
Atlas Brewing Company
Atlas Brewing Company is one of Chicago’s newest craft brew pubs. Building on the tradition of Chicago’s neighborhood breweries, they brought back the Atlas name. Atlas was a Chicago brewery that began in 1896 and closed after Prohibition. Now, Atlas Brewing Company is a craft brew destination. The brewing brothers, Ben and John Saller, have created a diverse selection of craft beers that are sure to satisfy. Paired with creative craft cuisine, Atlas is a great place to meet friends and enjoy great beer and great food.
The state-of-the-art Argus Brewery is located in Chicago on the second floor of the Joseph E. Schlitz distribution stables at 113th and Front Avenue, which was built in the early 1900’s. Two large terra cotta horse heads on the parapet still identify this unusual building that once housed the Schlitz horse teams and carriages. To create truly remarkable beers, the brewers relied on their family’s more than 100 years experience in the food and beverage industry as food technologists and chemical engineers. Tours and tastings occur on Saturdays. Tour includes the history of the brewery and its famous neighborhood, samples of the latest Argus brews and a commemorative Argus Brewery glass.
Bavette's Bar & Boeuf
Bavette’s is a European-Style steakhouse. The signature is a prime rib eye that is dry-aged in house. There is also a wide variety of fresh seafood, including a daily selection of fresh oysters, king crab, and shrimp cocktail. Bavette’s also specializes in classic cocktails with a focus of brown spirits; and the value driven wine list is eclectic and global.
The Smoke Daddy is a must see in one of Chicago's hottest, and most eclectic neighborhoods. The best and most flavorful BBQ in the Windy City also brings you more character than any neighborhood rib joint has to offer. All their meats are smoked in house each day in the "Lil Red Smoker." With great Live Music 7 nights a week at no cost. Do yourself a favor and stop in for some amazing, world-renowned BBQ and enjoy the funky rhythms.
Al's Italian Beef
Al's Beef is dedicated to preserving what this country has come to recognize as a true food icon. When the History Channel produced their 2-hour "History of Food in America" documentary, Al's Beef was the only Chicago restaurant featured. When Gourmet magazine decided to do a story on the Italian beef sensation, it was Al's Beef that was featured in a 4-page spread. And when Travel and Leisure magazine ran their "Top 10 Sandwiches in America"… you guessed it, it was Al's Beef that was picked. In March of 2008, Esquire Magazine named the Al’s Italian Beef sandwich as one of “the Best Sandwiches in America.” What more could you want, besides a juicy Al’s Italian Beef.
Lucky's Sandwich Company
Lucky’s Sandwich Company is Chicago's home of the overstuffed sandwich. First, they start with an oversized Italian loaf of bread (baked special) and slice it into thick slices. Then you choose your favorite sandwich meats and cheeses, which we are heated up and topped with a heaping of home cut French fries; then add the signature vinaigrette coleslaw and fresh tomatoes. Next added is another slice of bread, and voila! You have the biggest, tastiest sandwich in town. Stop by for lunch, dinner or for a beer; located just one block away from Wrigley Field and we a perfect pre or post-game spot on Cubs home game days and nights.
Murphy’s Rooftop offers the most intimate setting among the Wrigley Field rooftops. You may recognize it as the rooftop adorned with the Harry Caray lighted sign. The rooftop holds just 75 guests and is perfectly situated just beyond the bleachers, giving you a ballpark vibe without the big crowds and long lines. Plenty of food and beer are just a few steps away. And as a bonus, Murphy’s Bleachers is located right below—a Wrigleyville institution that’s been a favorite hangout not just for Cubs fans, but also for many Cubs players over the years.
Located inside the Swissôtel Chicago, The Palm is a mainstay on the Chicago Social Scene. In a town known for its steak, The Palm has more than held its own, being named one of the "Top Steakhouses" in Chicago by Chicago magazine.
Fulton's on the River
Fulton’s on the River, located on the Chicago River with views of downtown, offers the best of both worlds. A classic seafood and steak house, with an unparalleled devotion to procuring nothing but the highest quality ingredients. Quality service and an extensive wine and cocktail selection provide a great place to dine, relax and celebrate!
The Erie Cafe is a classic Chicago steakhouse. Specializing in steaks and chops, they also offer seafood, veal and pasta.
“We cook what we sell, and we sell what we cook.” Eataly is an original “marketplace” model inviting consumers to be active participants in an innovative food and beverage experience where they shop, taste and savor high-quality, traditional, Italian food products and beverages along with local produce and artisanal products. This multifunctional marketplace includes a premier retail center for Italian delicacies and wine, a culinary educational center and a diverse slate of boutique eateries. Eataly ambassadors are here to provide a high-quality experience to all of our guests, whether you are here to shop or enjoy a meal.
A favorite on Chicago’s culinary scene, Allium, an American Restaurant and Bar, features the best regional ingredients presented in bold and unexpected ways. Set in the Gold Coast off Michigan Avenue, Allium is the perfect spot for enjoying modern farm-to-table cuisine in a chic setting.
Whether you're just walking by and feeling peckish or bringing your whole brood in for a night of food and fun, our cozy and sophisticated atmoshpere will entice you. Our menu, filled with distinctive specialties, will comfort and delight you. Enjoy delicious Lobster Mac and Cheese. Baked, cheesy noodles with buttery chunks of lobster, truffle cream sauce topped with a crunchy cornbread crust. Yum.
Buzz - Burgers, Barrels & Beer
Enjoy a gourmet burger experience at affordable prices and a large selection of crafted beers! The burgers are the epitome of aesthetic perfection: griddle-cooked fresh grass fed ground beef (sirloin), cheddar cheese, a toasted rustic bun, and toppings.
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria
Lou's is the home of the BEST Chicago-style deep dish pizza in the world. If you love a buttery, flaky crust, sweet and tangy tomatoes, gooey mozzarella cheese, perfectly seasoned sausage, and other fresh ingredients- you’ve come to the right place. Lou Malnati's Pizzerias pride themselves on making each handmade pizza just the way you like it.
Sunda, from Rockit Ranch Productions partners Billy Dec, Brad Young and Arturo Gomez, is ideally located in the heart of River North and offers the best in contemporary Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai and Filipino cuisine in a stylish and trendy setting. Led by Executive Chef Jess DeGuzman, the menu offers something for every palate from inventive hot plates, unrivaled sushi, approachable poultry, seafood and meat entrees, homemade sweets and Asian inspired craft cocktails.
Since 1971, the same owners continue with the founding principles of great food, great service, and value. From Greece they select and ship to their restaurants the highest quality extra virgin olive oil, superior wines the best cheeses, herbs, and seafood.
Ranalli's - Lincoln Park
For more than 40 years Ranalli’s has been providing a family-owned tradition of legendary pizza. The Four Corners Tavern Group plans to keep the authenticity of the name, and the pizza a tradition for many years to come. Ranalli's added a feature called the “King’s Table”. The king’s table offers table taps allowing customers to pour their own beer. The table can seat up to twelve and will be available for reservations and private parties. Upon reservation, customers determine which two beers they want on tap. Just steps away from the park, the expansive patio includes new updated furniture perfect for friends and summer league teams. Customers will see the classic thin crust pizza with several specialty pizzas added as well. The Four Corners Tavern Group is excited to provide a place for the neighborhood, friends and family to gather and enjoy a tradition of legendary pizza and memories to come!
This longtime eatery known for its massive salad bar plus comfort-food classics & a nostalgic vibe has become an icon in Chicago.
The Terrace at Trump
A sophisticated outdoor oasis showcasing superb al fresco dining amidst the iconic views of Chicago's dramatic landscape is The Terrace at Trump. This Chicago rooftop restaurant and bar offers a specially crafted menu served alongside a variety of boutique wines and hand-crafted cocktails. With a serene ambiance highlighted by vivid, green landscaping guests can relish in the summer sun while taking in vistas that are quintessentially Chicago including the Wrigley Clock Tower, Lake Michigan and Chicago River. Sit and enjoy a cocktail while watching the fireworks from The Terrace at Trump on Wednesdays and Saturdays after Memorial Day.
RM Champagne Salon
The nationally-revered nightlife visionaries of Element Collective created this opulent, accessibly elegant wine and Champagne salon. The lavish 1,500-square-foot space off Green St. is discreetly tucked-away at the foot of a secluded cobblestone alley. Sit among flowers, topiaries and tea lights in the 150-seat courtyard in this popular city hideaway.
Mindy Friedler and Mark Bires, the husband-and-wife team who also operate downtown po' boy shop Mac and Min's, are behind this sandwich-focused restaurant and lounge in Wicker Park. The encyclopedic menu includes 100 sandwiches (such as the Spence M with bacon, peanut butter, apple, cranberry sauce and basil, and the Walker P with prosciutto, soppressata, fried eggplant, peppers, provolone and Southwest mayo), plus a build-your-own option, all served with a couple of sides of your choice. You'll also five burger varieties, appetizers and one of the more impressive beer and whiskey lists in town. Outdoor seating along Division Street is a big draw during the summer; indoors, a small stage hosts live music acts and a 10-foot big-screen TV shows movies and major sporting events.
At this modern American bar and restaurant located in Hotel 71, relax on one of the oversized barstools for drinks or opt for one of the tables for more privacy. Expect to find seasonal versions of classic Midwestern comfort food, including house-made soups, salads and sandwiches that often incorporate local ingredients. Breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch also feature classic American dishes, which pair well with the local beer selection and cocktail list.
The Benchmark menu includes some new and creative items as well as updated twists on familiar menu favorites. With 46 TV’s Benchmark is the perfect place to catch a game with old friends or make some new ones. The highlight of the venue is the first of its kind, fully retractable roof covering most of the 2nd floor. It’s Chicago’s first convertible beer garden.
Moonshine Brewing Company
Old Wisconsin barn boards cover the walls and two murals of Prohibition-era bootleggers hover above Moonshine's two glowing red bars, where cocktails served in glass jars are the drinks of choice. Thanks to an in-bar brewery added in spring 2008, Moonshine brews are a popular pick, too. During the summer months, locals spend the day and night enjoying cocktails on the dog-friendly patio. An eclectic menu includes everything from pulled pork tacos to burgers to vegan pizza.
Little Goat Diner
Chicago's favorite "Top Chef" Stephanie Izard has again teamed up with Boka Restaurant Group for her spin on an East Coast diner. Experience old-school diner traditions like a stool-lined counter and breakfast served all day. Stop in before closing to grab a late night bite like tiramisu and milkshakes. The attached bread shop serves up coffee drinks and sandwiches all day, and visitors can purchase merchandise or attend a private event or cooking class there.
Established in 2008, KOVAL produces organic whiskey, liqueurs and specialty spirits in Chicago's first distillery since the mid-1800s. Founders Robert and Sonat Birnecker, chose to leave their academic careers to bring the distilling traditions of Robert’s Austrian family to America. In making this decision, they vowed to make organic spirits from scratch (avoiding the common industry practice of purchasing and bottling pre-made spirits) and to change the way people understand whiskey by creating a new, signature style - using only the “heart” cut of the distillate - affording a brighter, cleaner take on whiskey.
Making outstanding spirits and bottling them in a great-looking package wasn’t enough for CH Distillery. They figured you’d want to tour their distillery and learn a little about the science of making alcohol. But who wants just a tiny pour of a warm sample after the tour? So, they built a cocktail bar in their distillery. Where you can enjoy their spirits the right way – on the rocks, shaken and icy cold, or in a delicious, original CH cocktail. And because people get hungry when they drink, they hired acclaimed chefs to make great food and bar snacks that pair perfectly with their spirits. Have a bite before dinner, or make a meal from their menu. Either way, stay a while and enjoy Chicago’s only distillery cocktail bar!
Rhine Hall Distillery
In the heart of the Industrial District of Chicago, Charlie and Jenny Solberg, Father-daughter team opened a handcraft brandy distillery. Their Brandy Bar is open for tastings and cocktails on Thursdays & Saturdays, along with two scheduled tours on Saturday.
Chicago Distilling Co.
To make their craft spirits, they start with organic grains sourced right here in Illinois. Using family recipes and techniques, they distill in small batches to ensure the best flavors and highest quality possible, every time. Tours are available at their full-service craft distillery in Logan Square to see their unique process in action. Or if you’d prefer, pick up a bottle and taste the difference for yourself.
Tours By Foot
Free Tours by Foot is pleased to present the only pay-what-you-like Chicago walking tours. These interesting and informative sightseeing tours will take you through many of the Windy City’s most famous neighborhoods. They’re one of the best things to do on your visit. They offer walking, food, architecture and bike tours. Come experience their Chicago walking tours.
Chicago Food Tours - Tours By Foot
Like their neighborhood history tours, the Chicago food tours have no upfront costs. All food is chosen and ordered by you. Their guides make recommendations and facilitate ordering, but you have the final say. You choose your own food and pay for it directly. They have planned in 4-5 food shops, including a dessert shop, and sometimes even a tea shop. Each establishment serves up incredibly delicious and inexpensive food served in portions that can be easily divided and shared or singularly devoured. In between the food stops, you’ll have time to digest your food as well as digest the history of the neighborhood, as told to you by one of their entertaining and knowledgeable guides.
Lagunitas Brewing Company - TapRoom & Beer Sanctuary
Head to the Lagunitas TapRoom and Beer Sanctuary. They're serving up some fun, music, munchies and beers that you won't find on the shelves. Free tours are available.
Celeste is a modern, sophisticated, multi-level establishment. The design of the building is reminiscent of turn-of-the-century Chicago and the food is just as innovative. Enjoy classic American drinks, a versatile wine list, and seasonal multi-layered cuisine. Drink and dine at the bar, in the deco room, or in the garden.
Located on the Chicago River, River Roast offers city and water views from every seat, inside and out. The menu features contemporary American tavern far and new inventive drinks. With one of the best patios in the city, the restaurant is a great place to connect with friends and family.
The Promontory is a stylish, two-story bar and restaurant that also houses live music throughout the week. Come for drinks and enjoy an extensive list of wine, cocktails and beer, or browse the menu for unique entrees, small plates, pastries, and more. The Chef de Cuisine and Sommelier team also hosts a tasting every Tuesday featuring a 5-course tasting menu complete with wine pairings.
Bangers & Lace
Bangers & Lace stands as a tribute to craft beer and great sausage. The Midwestern lodge-styled restaurant offers 32 draft beers as well as an extensive bottle selection. Enjoy your sausage on a plate with sides or on a sandwich, and if you’re not in the mood for sausage, there are other options available as well. The Wicker Park location also offers a special brunch menu on Sunday. Patio seating is available.
Filbert's Old Time Root Beer
During the early 1900's, George Filbert, his wife and their young son, Charlie, could be seen on a horse-drawn wagon in Chicago's Bridgeport neighborhood delivering bottles of milk to stores and homes. It wasn't until the height of prohibition that Filbert's began making Root Beer. Now 85 years later, Ron Filbert, the fourth generation Filbert, continues to make his families famous Root Beer in the same Bridgeport neighborhood where his Great-Grandfather started it all back in 1926.
It’s not just a bike shop, and it’s not just a coffee shop—it’s an artistic space, a working space, a space to live in. We encourage everyone to bring suggestions and feedback; to bring their kids, or their laptops, or both; and to make new friends by elbowing into the community table. Everything we do is centered around this sense of community, right down to our manufacturing. Heritage bikes are designed, welded (by hand, out of American steel), and assembled right here in the city of Chicago. Plus, almost every bike is entirely unique, as Heritage focuses on full customization. Whether it’s sparkly colors or Italian leather accessories that float your boat, we’ll find something to match your style.
Kuma’s started in 2005 with its flagship location at the corner of Belmont and Francisco avenues in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood. From their origins as a corner bar with solid American bistro fare, they’ve grown to two locations that offer the finest burgers available on this planet or any other. Our ethos is simple. Support your community. Eat beef. Bang your head.
Au Cheval has steadily held the "best burger" consensus pretty much since opening in 2012. By now, most locals know the drill: a "single" is actually a double, meaning your two impossibly beefy griddled patties will be enveloped in a creamy combo of cheese and Dijonnaise with just a briny hint of thinly sliced pickles. And you're getting it with an egg.
Korean and American fare collide to create one impressive lovechild: bopNgrill's crave-worthy kimchi burger. The exceptional creation is a vision with caramelized kimchi cooked with rendered pork fat, fried egg, American cheese, bacon, togarashi mayo, and shredded cabbage, and pairs well with kimchi fries for an extra hit of fermented veggie goodness.
Seven Lions is a modern interpretation of the classic clubhouse restaurant. Whether the occasion calls for getting together over a beer and a burger, negotiating over a power lunch, snacking after sightseeing or celebrating a special night out, Seven Lions offers the perfect ambiance, social energy and everyday fare for a variety of dining experiences.
Parts & Labor
Serving the classic griddle burger alongside a modern soda program, beers that run the gamut from cult favorite to craft, and a carefully curated spirit selection, Parts and Labor brings a taste of a Southside legacy to Logan Square.
The SoFo Tap
The SoFo Tap is your neighborhood bar South of Foster, located at the corner of Clark and Argyle. Enjoy a game of darts, hang out in our spacious outdoor patio, play your favorite song on the jukebox or check out the videos on our flat panel TVs. Our friendly staff is here, ready to pour your favorite drink.
Chicago Steakhouse Tours
When it comes to steaks, Chicago has much more than the sizzle, it’s got the meat. Guests on this tour will get the sizzle, the smells and the tastes as they learn about the grand history of steaks in Chicago and go to the great steakhouses that serve them. Chicago Steakhouse Tours is the first excursion of its kind that takes visitors and locals through some of the most historic neighborhoods and to the most iconic steakhouses of Chicago’s rich history. Our guests will take a tour through the River North, Gold Coast and Streeterville neighborhoods via luxury bus and stop at three different Chicago steakhouses to sample a prime cut of meat or a signature dish at each establishment. You will get an exclusive look at what makes each individual steakhouse so special while learning not only the secrets of their steak preparation, but stories of some of the world’s most famous celebrities that have dined and partied there. Each steakhouse has a unique story of its own with it’s own savory flavor.
Happy Thoughts Coffee
Located in Downtown Chillicothe, inside a historic bank building built in 1868. Happy Thought Coffee was established in 1998 by Wes & Sarah Williamson. The coffee bar shares space with The Vault, a unique gift shop housed inside the bank vault. Happy Thought Coffee offers breakfast, lunch and delicious treats! They feature daily soups and specials, so call for details!
Nana's Taco Shack
Nana's Taco Shack brings authentic mexican food to the Chillicothe community. They offer traditional tacos, fajitas, enchiladas, and burritos, as well as breakfast items! If you are looking for a delicious mexican breakfast, you can find homemade huevos rancheros, omelets and breakfast burritos at the small yellow restaurant. During the summer months, Nana's feautures TexMex type items including different meats and preparation styles with a southern spice. The restaurant offers both dine in and carry out.
Family restaurant in Chillicothe with home-cooked lunches, soups, dinner & desserts. Daily specials.
Featuring carhop service since the 1950's. Drive-up dining only. This Frostop built in 1954. Open seven days.
The winery harmonizes with nature to cultivate premium wine grapes. Walk through the oak forests, picnic in the vineyards or wade in the creek and stop in at the tasting room. The vineyard features fruit and grape wines from 20 varieties of grapes as well as raspberries, blackberries and gooseberries.
LaTeaDa Tea Room & Gift Shop
Escape the everyday with an afternoon spent at the LaTeaDa Tea Room & Gift Shop. Experience a leisurely lunch in our Victorian Farmhouse nestled on 3 acres. Our lunch menu changes with the seasons and our desserts change daily. Choose from three iced teas and over 20 loose leaf hot teas daily. LaTeaDa is the perfect setting for parties, showers, business meetings, dress rehearsals and special events. Call for details on booking your groups private party. Reservations are always HIGHLY SUGGESTED for lunch. (Please make reservations via the phone to ensure availability)
Creekside Vineyards Wine Terrace & Inn
Enjoy this vineyard and B&B combo located just a few minutes from major attractions in the Quad Cities. Vineyard tours are available by appointment. Lovely Inn located in a beautiful country setting, yet minutes from entertainment, dining and shopping. Wine tastings offered throughout the year. Check website for complete details on wine tastings, special events, and to book a room at the Inn.
Flamm Orchards/Fruits & Cream Stand
Take a drive out to the orchards and buy in-season strawberries, peaches and apples. Flamm's Fruits & Cream Stand offers treats like homemade strawberry shortcake, cobblers, apple dumplings and pies.
Owl Creek Vineyard and Winery
Established in 1980, Owl Creek Vineyard is the founding vineyard of the Shawnee Hills region. With a strong tradition of award-winning wines, and a belief in educating our consumer, our tasting room has become the perfect place to experience well-crafted Shawnee Hills beverages.
Flamm Orchards Fruits and Cream
Take a drive out to the orchards and buy in-season strawberries, peaches and apples. Flamm's Fruits & Cream Stand offers treats like strawberry shortcake, cobblers, apple dumplings and pies. We sell desserts out of our concession window. Picnic seating available.
The Palace Pizzeria
Pizza, salads and sandwiches on the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail. Dine in or carry out. Indoor & outdoor dining.
The Yellowmoon Cafe is a cozy coffeehouse which features live music Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings and most Sunday afternoons. We serve all types of coffee and coffee specialty drinks, local wines, and the best milkshakes in Southern Illinois.
Rustle Hill Winery
On the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail, this winery features an amphitheater bandstand for live music, great wines and beers, restaurant and cabins for rent.
Trails End Lodge Steakhouse and Saloon
Trails End Lodge is a new steakhouse and saloon, featuring traditional steakhouse cuisine, indoor and outdoor dining, live entertainment, and a friendly atmosphere all served in a rustic, yet luxurious western style lodge. Trails End Lodge is located in the heart of Southern Illinois wine country on scenic Skyline Drive between Cobden and Alto Pass, Illinois. The Lodge itself is not visible from Skyline Drive, so watch for our sign!
StarView Vineyards is a family owned and operated winery and vineyard located in beautiful southern Illinois along the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail. Our vineyards are continuing to expand and today we grow seven varieties of both Native American grapes and French American Hybrids. About 90% of the wine that we make comes from grapes that we grow in our vineyards. We are open daily, year round, and invite you to come enjoy our award winning wines on our deck and take in all the beauty that surrounds us. StarView is one of the premier destination wineries in the region. We have entertained tens of thousands of guests, hosted weddings, parties and weekend music series. We are pet friendly, so bring your 4 legged family member along with you. Our café offers delicious homemade food or you can bring your own picnic. We are excited to share our vineyard and wines with you and we hope you come by to visit us and become part of our story too!
Lincoln Heritage Winery
Offers complimentary tastings of hand crafted wines and frequently offers special wine recipes to sample as well. Gourmet cheeses, salamis and crackers are available for purchase and you are invited to bring a picnic basket filled with your own goodies. There are a small selection of other beverages on hand.
We raised cattle for 40 years. What would go with steak? A burgeoning industry was right under our noses and we began winemaking, the first and thus oldest winery in Montgomery County. Visits to wineries in Illinois in 2000, helped education, vineyard managers and winemakers giving valuable time and information. We refreshed old memories of chemistry, and planted grapes. Our children, friends and neighbors joined us in picking by hand, and are still with us since 2003. February 2, 2008, we opened. The winery was packed with those feisty individuals who came by the previous summers to see the building going up, only to be dragged, kicking and screaming, into the winery to taste the wines and give us an opinion. We listened. Now visitors walk the vineyards to compare the grapes with the wine in their glass. Wine tastings are offered without charge. We are open year-round Friday through Sunday. Both indoor and outdoor seating is available for over 200. Today, we produce 5000 gallons of wine from grapes, and we encourage wine education from both sides of the tasting room table. Come join us!
Known for pressure fried chicken, great Italian dishes, mouth-watering steaks, and a huge menu with generous portions. We are unique in that every entree is a three course meal at reasonable prices.
Gateway Fun Park Dining
Pizza, sandwiches and fun for the whole family,
Ponderosa Steakhouse - Collinsville
All-you-can-eat buffet and steakhouse.
Bandana's- Bar-B-Q is Southern Style BBQ - seasoned with a "dry rub" and cooked sauceless,then hand-cut to order straight from the smoker. All Bandana's pork, beef, chicken and ribs are specially prepared over a pit of select hardwoods to create our signature smoked flavor.
Metro St. Louis premier country night spot. Free country dance lessons on Wednesdays. Dance mix music and country featured.
Ramon's Eldorado Restaurant
Ramon's has authentic mexican cuisine, a Mariachi band that plays from table to table, and a good selection of beer, including imports such as Dos XX and Modelo.
Friday's South has a great atmosphere for enjoying delicious pizza and burgers with friends and family.
Oatman Haus Restaurant
Lunch Tues. - Saturday. Dinner Wed. - Sunday. Candlelight dining Friday and Saturday nights. Homemade entrees. German and International cuisine. Wine, beer, and desserts. Patio seating in season. In a historic 1875 house.
Peking Gardens Restaurant
Peking Gardens offers some of your favorite, authentic Chinese dishes in a friendly atmosphere. Fresh ingredients, no MSG. Banquet room available.
Porter's Steakhouse offers a casually chic dining atmosphere. Deep earth and wine tones envelop the space, with dark wood accents and a stone fireplace adding detail. The ambiance is inviting and comfortable. Several different private dining areas offer great flexibility for accommodating larger groups. An experienced Chef has put his own personal touch on the menu - updating several classic dishes and adding a few new items of his own. Of course Porter's is known for its amazing steaks, but also offers an array of fresh seafood, fabulous sides and house-made desserts. Appetizers are also featured in the bar, where guests can enjoy a casual meal or cocktail in a laid-back setting.
Smoke Pit Bar-B-Que
Smoke Pit offers delicious smoked meat basted with homemade barbeque sauce with a large variety of sides. Check out our website.
The Sandwich Shop
The Sandwich Shop offers a large selection of fresh sandwiches such as the French dip, turkey bacon, and much more, in a cozy, small town atmosphere.
Zapata's Mexican Restaurant
Zapata's has a large menu full of your Mexican favorites and a great lunch buffet daily.
Fazzi's Bar & Grill
Fazzi's Bar & Grill features Greek food and generous portions.
Come to Teller’s for a unique dining experience that cannot be found anywhere else in the Metro East. They are a locally owned and operated restaurant and bar located in the historic state bank building in Collinsville. At Teller’s, they try to create an elegant experience at a family price. Join Teller's for dinner and drinks tonight!
Westview Wine Cellar & Bistro
Come in and join us for some great food, wine, beer, and entertainment while enjoying the panoramic view from atop the bluffs in Collinsville.
Lavender Crest Winery
Lavender Crest Winery opened its doors for the first time in November of 2004, introducing customers to an opportunity for a unique way to taste wine that is produced in the Midwest. Lavender Crest Winery features a wine tasting room, gift shop, an espresso bar that serves lunch, entertainment, tours and more.
Joe Boccardi's Ristorante
Joe Boccardi's has over 35 years of experience in authentic Italian family dining, Boccardi's offers delicious pizza, salads, sandwiches, seafood, and much more.