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Quincy's Must Have Pizza features an everyday lunch buffet and Monday and Thursday Evening Buffets including pizza, pasta, breadsticks, cinnamon sticks, & full salad bar! Don't miss Taco Tuesday!
Illinois Veterans' Home All Wars Museum and Deer Park
Dedicated in 1886, the Illinois Veterans' Home is one of our nation's largest and oldest veterans home. It has often been labeled "the city witin the city" because of its size and unique set up. It is equipped with its own post office, bank, chapel, cemetery, television station and utility system. Also on the grounds is the All Wars Museum, which has 10,000 artifacts and exhibits spanning from the American Revolution to the War on Terrorism.
The Coach House has been a Quincy, Illinois landmark at 24th & Broadway for over 44 years. Throughout those years, many changes have been made but what remains the same is hot, fresh, home-made entrees created the way Grandma would fix them. They are proud to be one of the only restaurants in town to serve breakfast all day everyday - and always prepared with only the freshest ingredients. They grind their own hamburger and hand cut each steak to ensure quality. Their salad bar has been expanded to offer more options to the health conscious, and includes hot pasta and soups. When you visit the Coach House, you will be greeted with a smile and we hope you'll leave as friends. They invite you to experience the Coach House - a great place for families and friends at prices you can afford.
Gem City Pizzeria
Come to Gem City Pizzeria, the oldest Pizzaria in Quincy and have our famous Jeff's Special pizza or some nachos. Specializing in pizza and Mexican selections, Gem City is open 4 pm to Midnight every day!
Tower Pizza and Mexican
Can't decide between delicious pizza and tantalizing Mexican food. Head to Tower Pizza and Mexican for an amazing selection of both!
Black light space-themed laser tag, bumper cars, roller skating, mini-lane bowling, plus Winner's Grill. Scotties was awarded the "Best Roller Skating Anchored Center" for 2012 at the Excellence in Family Entertainment Center Awards.
Ursa Creek Lodge
Perfect place to meet for a company retreat, family gathering or to celebrate a bride or mother to be. Relax in front of the hand crafted fireplace or sit outside and let the sounds of nature take you away. Enjoy the beautiful lodge, scenery and activities Ursa and the surrounding area has to offer.
The Grove Inn is a family bar and grill. They have sand volleyball and live bands in the summer. Come out and relax on the patio!
This 7,000 lb, 15 ft, 8-sided section of a communnications tower that supported a television broadcasting antenna and a 5lb, 1 ft piece of the antenna were located on World Trade Center Tower One when it was attacked on September 11, 2001. The antenna was designed and manufactured by Harris Corporation at its Quincy plant.
Oh My Pies
Let 'em eat cake, we're gonna have Pie! Delicious fresh baked pies are our specialty. Orders welcome.
Early Tin Dusters Fall Color Run
Behold the bright bursts of color all around Quincy as nearly 900 sweet pre-1949 vehicles roll into town for the 39th Annual Color Run.
The Behind Closed Doors Tour
The Behind Closed Doors Tour takes place on the third Saturday in October from 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Several homes and buildings are selected to be on this tour representing the different architectural styles found in Quincy.