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Excellent food in a casual atmosphere serving truly innovative New American cuisine. Including everything from Jambalaya to Rack of Lamb, and eclectic selections such as ostrich, buffalo and elk. Full service Bar too.
1913 Restaurant + Wine Bar is located in downtown Roselle, Illinois and features authentic Country European fare inspired by Italian and French cuisine. The menu features myriad small plates and pizzettes along with pastas and pizzas, all centered upon the freshest ingredients. Our extensive wine + beer list is unlike anything found in the area, featuring over 25 craft beers and 80 French + Italian wines by the bottle and glass.
The 7th Annual Elgin Short Film Festival promises to be an entertaining evening of some of the very best in short films by some of the very best up-and-coming filmmakers.You are invited to the award ceremony and screening of finalists taking place in Elgin, IL on Saturday, September 26, 2015.
DuPage County, Chicago’s Western Suburbs - Enjoy a variety of daily and weekly food and drink specials, along with craft beers offered on tap and by the bottle. Seasonal patio dining available, and the new bar area has sitting room for 38 guests, boasting multiple HDTV screens.
Railroad Collectibles include items used by railroads such as: lanterns, china, silverware, keys, locks, timetables, train parts, maps, books, photographs, DVD's on railroad topics. Show is 80% railroad collectibles, 20% model trains..
Authentic antiques offered by 55 dealers from 14 states are exhibited indoors. Catered lunch. Free Parking. ATM. Not-for-profit organization, admission benefits local historical and educational endeavors. Admission $10. (Discount coupon at CSADA.com
A unique, contemporary and nostalgic restaurant offering food that is created with heart and soul in a 'from-scratch' kitchen. Serving locally grown products, whenever possible, to create great meal choices. From hamburgers to steak, soup and salad, sandwiches, Friday night fish fry, and Sunday's Build Your Own Bloody Mary Bar, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Serving up comfort food with a twist. We are an American bar and grill with a distinct urban vibe located in the heart of Historic Downtown Libertyville. Menu includes salads, choice entrees, sandwiches and burgers, seafood and much more.
Authentic antiques offered by 55 dealers from 14 states are exhibited indoors. Catered lunch. Free parking. ATM. Not-for-profit organization. Admission benefits local historical and eductional endeavors. Admission $10. (Discount coupon a CSADA.com
An eclectic mix of new and vintage home furnishings and accessories. We are committed to offering sophisticated design to the savvy and urban-minded shopper.
Open 5-9pm nightly. 1.8 miles of Holiday Light Displays. Santa visits Dec. 9-10-11; Dec. 18-19-20 5:30-8:30pm. Included in admission evenings of Santa visits, are crafts, games, hot cocoa and cookies. Don't forget your camera. Admission is $10.00 per car. Gift Certificates available.
8000 Miles menu is comprised of Chinese and Japanese small plates. Guests looking for a custom experience can talk to their server about the Sichuan written menu with authentic gems. An entire sushi menu will be available featuring fresh nigiri and sashimi and unique maki plates along with a vast variety of fresh vegetable dishes. 8000 Miles will offer a select menu of homemade desserts and a Group Share menu will also be available for tables of six or more guests along with a Gluten Free and Kids Menus
Opera In Focus, a rod-puppet production, will perform acts from "La Boheme" and "White Christmas Interlude". 4pm showtime on Wednesdays and 1:30pm showtime on Saturdays. Reservations required.
Fermilab continues its 50-year anniversary celebration with work from the artist who helped give Fermilab its visual identity, Artist Angela Gonzales. Fermilab founding director Robert Wilson hand-picked artist Angela Gonzales to help create a visual identity for Fermilab. “A Lasting Mark: Artist Angela Gonzales at Fermilab, 1967-1998” showcases her bold, inspiring work over 31 years at the lab. Opening reception at 5pm Thurs. June 1. The exhibit will run from June 1 to Sept. 30, 2017. Free and open to the public.
This comedy follows the formation of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League during the 1940s, at the start of World War II. All of the movie's scenes on the train and at the railroad depot were shot at the Illinois Railway Museum in Union, home to more than 250 restored electric, steam and diesel trains. The Nebraska Zephyr passenger train seen in the film is part of the museum's permanent collection.
A' Salute is a high class lounge featuring entertainment every Friday and Saturday night with room for dancing. The menu will feature a selection of small sandwiches called "trios" which are served in threes.
A unique shop filled with antiques, gifts, collectibles and crafts. Wide variety of limited edition collectibles including Santas, angels and other figurines.
Custom framing, art and gift gallery. Featuring Steve Hanks, Tom Lynch and Scanlan.
Abundance Antiques & Design is located in a 4000 sq. ft. 1880's hardware store building where all the authentic antiques and decor are artfully displayed.
88,000 sq. ft. multi-use facility: 40-yd. x 40-yd. indoor turf field; 3 basketball courts with wood floors; rock-climbing; Bulls/White Sox Training Academy batting cages; multi-lane running track; multi-purpose rooms; 7,000 sq. ft. fitness center.
Wine tastings, delicatessen meats, cheeses, craft beers, wine bar. Inside and outside garden seating. Enjoy a glass of wine or beer with friends in a relaxing atmosphere.
Acquaviva is a family-owned vineyard and winery that includes a tasting bar, Neapolitan-style pizza bistro with foods paired to accompany the wines, retail market place, private event space and a visible winemaking production center.
Addison Ice Arena is one of the premier family ice sports complexes in the area, featuring one NHL rink, one Olympic rink, the Grace St. Bar and Grill, and an Advanced Pro Shop.
Adlai Stevenson II was an important and influential figure in the political history of the United States. Stevenson was Governor of Illinois from 1949 to 1953 and ran twice for President as the Democratic National Candidate in 1952 and 1956. He also served as Ambassador to the United Nations from 1961 - 1965. The grounds are open daily for self-guided tours. The peaceful setting allows visitors to experience the historic landscape similar to when the family lived in the house. The house has been designated a National Historic Landmark. Group tours can be arranged through the Forest Preserves - 847-968-3422.