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A modern American take on an ancient Italian concept. La Madia offers the perfect experience. A quick business lunch or a leisurely evening with friends is made great by the ideal union of great pizza and wine.
Original Mothers, The
This rowdy watering hole is a staple on the Division Street nightlife scene. Perhaps its most famous role has been as the hangout in the hit ‘80s flick About Last Night. Enjoy a D.J. every night and karaoke on featured evenings.
Charlie Trotter's is regarded as one of the finest restaurants in the world. For 20 years, the restaurant has dedicated itself to excellence in the culinary arts. Never willing to rest on its laurels, Charlie Trotter's Restaurant is innovative and progressive in the world of food and wine and has been instrumental in establishing new standards for fine dining. The restaurant is recognized by a variety of prestigious national and international institutions. In 1995 Charlie Trotter's was inducted into the esteemed Relais & Chateaux and in 1998 was accepted as a member by Traditions & Qualité. It has also received Five Stars from the Mobil Travel Guide, Five Diamonds by AAA and ten James Beard Foundation awards, including 'Outstanding Restaurant' (2000) and 'Outstanding Chef' (1999). Wine Spectator named the restaurant 'The Best Restaurant in the World for Wine & Food' (1998) and 'America's Best Restaurant' (2000).
French inspired American neighborhood bistro that marries an intimate atmosphere with fine dining quality cuisine located in the heart of Bucktown.
Lao Sze Chuan
Opened in 1998, Lao Sze Chuan has become the most beloved Chinese restaurant for Chicagoans, and gradually gained its reputation by providing the authentic Sichuan cuisine with high quality materials and ingredients. In 1999, Lao Sze Chuan was recognized by Chicago Tribune as "One of the Best" and received a "three fork" ranking, which was a very high award for Chinese restaurants at that time. " At the present, Lao Sze Chuan has many special Grade A chefs who are from Sze Chuan China, to provide customers the most authentic tasting food. As the best representation of Chinese food, Lao Sze Chuan has been named the Best Chinese Restaurant in Chicago by the mainstream food columns and won “Bib Gourmand” award from Michelin Guide for year 2012 & 2013.
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.
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.
Flight Restaurant and Wine Bar
Located in The Glen Town Center and recognized as one of the North Shore's most popular eateries, Flight's urban chic ambiance, extensive wine list and innovative menu (best described as American Contemporary Comfort food) will take your senses to greater heights. Customer favorites include the Duck Mac and Cheese, Pan Seared Scallops, Beef Tenderloin, Skirt Steak Flatbread, the Flight Burger and Herb Fries. Save room for dessert...the Chocolate Fondue paired with a Ruby Port is a must!
Real Urban BBQ
Fast service barbecue in a casual atmosphere is the goal at Real Urban Barbecue. Counter service leads you through the ordering process where you choose your meats, sides, drinks and desserts. Meals can be enjoyed at one of the many available tables or carried out. Real Urban Barbecue offers family-style meals for carryout as well as special holidays orders for things like a Smoked Thanksgiving turkey. All meats are cooked on two smokers that are environmentally friendly and can smoke up to 600 pounds of meat a day. There is something for everyone to enjoy at Real Urban BBQ.
CITY: Highland Park
Kama Indian Bistro
In an unassuming storefront in downtown La Grange lies a sleek, sexy Indian restaurant that’s far from ordinary. Sink back into comfortable cushions with relaxing upbeat music; enjoy the romantic atmosphere and escape from the everyday with food, drink and good friends in this Michelin recognized restaurant.
CITY: La Grange
The Loop, Lansing Overnight on Pedals
Enjoy a fun, relaxing bike ride through Lansing, Illinois and surrounding communities. Several businesses will be available with open arms to welcome you for either a respite or great fun. This is not a race, but a family-friendly fun event, and what better way to have fun than riding in the middle of the sleepy streets at midnight?! If you prefer to ride a shorter route, earlier while the sun still shines, sign up for the Sunset Ride. Either way you'll get delicious food at the end!
Miami Motel - Oak Lawn
New look, low rates, friendly service, great location! Lots of restaurants in the surrounding area.
CITY: Oak Lawn
Hubbard Inn is a tavern and brasserie featuring inventive but classic American & European cuisine in a "not too shabby" setting.
Feast Restaurant & Bar
Feast is a neighborhood restaurant in both Wicker Park/Bucktown and Gold Coast areas offering upscale dining in a casual atmosphere. We're open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In winter, enjoy our hearty, seasonal favorites or, in summertime, soak up the sun in our beautiful outdoor patio.
Francesca's Bryn Mawr
Delicious northern Italian fare, comfortable surroundings and friendly service. Menu rotates bi-weekly in order to offer fresh, seasonal ingredients.
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; a multifunctional marketplace that includes a premier retail center for Italian delicacies and wine, a culinary educational center, and a diverse slate of seven boutique eateries.
Billy Goat Tavern - The Original
There are few things as identifiable to Illinois and Chicago as the Billy Goat Tavern. Made popular by the SNL; the Billy Goat Tavern serves up no nonsense fare: Burgers, cheeseburgers, no fries, just chips – and definitely no Pepsi, just Coke. However, if you want something stronger to drink they also have a full bar. Don’t worry Billy Goat Tavern has much more to their menu, but why miss out on the food that made them famous.
Top Notch Beefburgers
Freshly ground round beef burgers are the signature of this friendly, casual and kind-hearted joint. Since 1954, owner Diran Soulian has been behind this grill, forming a huge following and a legendary burger. With a top-notch reputation in the neighborhood for fresh burgers and fries, and a worldwide following; Top-Notch is at the head of its class for great tasting burgers.
A traditional diner complete with a twist. Home-cooked foods and burgers, all set within the visually stimulating backdrop of art and ephemera for an eclectic diner experience.
Celebrating the wonder and innocence of childhood, this charming children's boutique, located in the heart of the Chicago-Dempster Shopping District, is known for its selection of distinctive clothing, toys, books and gifts for boys and girls (newborn-10).
Edzo's Burger Shop
This ubber-popular eatery brings a hand-crafted, quality approach to the iconic Chicago hot dog stand. Featuring freshly-ground burgers, hand-cut-fries, Chicago-style dogs and great shakes.
Pineapple Dance Studio
Pineapple Dance offers dance and fitness classes to adults and teens in Zumba, Traditional Belly Dance, Hip Hop, West African and more. Movement to music has been a vehicle for celebration and connection in ethnic cultures across the globe and history. The studio is available for rent, rehearsals and or meetings. Special group classes with any of our instructors are available.
CITY: Forest Park
Nabuki is a contemporary Japanese restaurant and sushi bar located in historic downtown Hinsdale offering a variety of traditional and innovative dishes.
All-suite hotel designed for business, leisure or relocating travelers. Spacious one-bedroom and two-bedroom two-bath suites come with complimentary hot breakfast buffet and midweek evening dinner receptions. Features indoor pool or hot tub, gym and outdoor sports court, walking distance to Metra train station to downtown Chicago and minutes from downtown Aurora.
Au Cheval is not your typical greasy spoon diner. It's house-made foods, creative interpretations on classic dishes and a comfortable, easy-going atmosphere - it's big cozy eats. Playful takes on old-school favorites like a fried bologna sandwich, or a pork porterhouse; all made to order right before your eyes in the open kitchen. At the bar, 30+ international beers are on tap, specialty cocktails and a rockin' wine list make Au Cheval an inviting place to kick back.
Took Toom Thai
Great authentic Thai Food! Catering available or host your next private party in this fun atmosphere.
A small gallery that features unique mid-century pieces. Specialty furniture, lighting, and decor from the '50s, '60s, and '70s. Also offering mid-century art, posters, clocks, and mirrors, as well as quirky accessories.
Sarah's Pastries & Candies
Chicago native Sarah Levy developed a passion for food at an early age. The daughter of Mark Levy, co-founder of Levy Restaurants, Sarah grew up surrounded by fine food and quickly developed a passion for all things sweet. Inspired by the joy that fine food can bring to peoples' lives, Sarah founded Sarah's Pastries & Candies. Sarah started her company making chocolate candies out of her mom's kitchen. After a year she had built up a wholesale business that includes 17 Whole Foods Markets in the Midwest. Sarah launched her first retail store at 11 E. Oak St. in September 2005. She has expanded her line to include morning pastries, cakes, tarts, espresso drinks and other delectable pastries.
Viaggio Ristorante & Lounge
Viaggio is a culinary journey to southern Italy. From al denta pastas to hand-made sausage, Viaggio is Italian-American with an emphasis on fresh.
At Ada St. in Chicago award winning Chef Zoe Schor blends classical and contemporary cooking methods that are rooted in her experiences working in some of America’s most iconic restaurant kitchens. Through Chef Schor’s collaboration with Chef-Partner Michael Kornick, Ada Street's menu celebrates the seasons with beautiful ingredients, passion and love.
Hampton Inn Freeport Golf Packages
Park Hills Golf Getaway Package: Enjoy a Hampton room, two 18-hole rounds at park Hills Golf Course in Freeport, a cart, a bucket of range balls, and a special golfer's gift bag. Must be booked at least seven days in advance: $153 - $177. Wolf Hollow Golf Getaway Package: Hampton king room, two 18-hole rounds at Wolf Hollow Golf Course in Lena, a cart, a bucket of range balls, and a special gift bag. Must be booked at least seven days in advance: $153 - $163.This historic and charming hotel is located in the heart of Historic Downtown Freeport and features The Main Street Bistro, always the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal, a refreshing drink in a sophisticated atmosphere ideal for mixing, mingling, and enjoying life. The 70 spacious guest rooms and 2 suites feature complimentary hi-speed wireless internet access, High Definition TV with pay-per view movies and games, refrigerators and microwaves available upon request. Guest also have access to the hotel's state of the art fitness center, indoor swimming pool, and the complimentary hot continental breakfast which features over 15 items daily. Non-smoking rooms are available. The Hampton Inn is part of the Hilton Honors preferred guest program. Rates: $89 to $149.
Lemont Legends Cruise Nights
Every Wednesday evening from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in historic downtown Lemont. 3 Cool Car Trophies are awarded each week in the featured car category. For more information on this event and the current season's featured car schedule, contact the Lemont Chamber office at (630) 257-5997 or visit the Village of Lemont website at www.lemont.il.us.
Pecatonica River Trail Fall Flotilla
Enjoy the fall colors that only Northwest Illinois can deliver. Start the morning with a leisurely canoe or kayak paddle down the natural water trail of the Pecatonica River. Paddle from McConnell Bobtown Landing (7.9 miles or 2 1/2 hours) to McNeil's Damascus Landing. Lunch provided for donation.
Red Oak Nature Center
A visit to the center will help folks learn about the native plants and animals of the Fox River Valley. Interpretive center, hiking trails and tours of "Devil's Cave."
CITY: North Aurora
Red Hen Bread
Red Hen Bread is the best bakery on the planet...or at least in Chicago. From baguettes and ciabatta to roasted garlic and chocolate bread (Yes!! We make chocolate bread), Red Hen Bread offers a wide selection of breads, pastries, cookies, and pies. We also have a fine assortment of scones, muffins, quiche, and croissants. For lunch, we offer a wide range of sandwiches and soups. All sandwiches are made with fresh Red Hen products and use only the freshest meats and veggies. The menu offers many vegetarian options as well.
CITY: Oak Park
Tub Tim Thai Restaurant
A family-owned establishment with charm and coziness and very helpful waitstaff. Located in charming downtown Skokie, a trip to Tim Tub Thai offers an adventure of authentic Thai dining at its finest. The menu offers the usual Thai fare--Pad Thai, Tom Yum soup, beef salad -- all the standard Thai fare done superbly with other unique specialties.
Chicagoland Antique Advertising, Slot Machine & Juke Box Show
This show is the largest of its type in the world. It's very popular with dealers and collectors from across the country and around the world for it's wide range of high-quality antique collectibles. Over 300 booths in two exhibition halls featuring jukeboxes, pinball machines, arcade games, slot machines, neon signs, Coke machines and signs, circus and carnival items, antique gas pumps, gumball machines and much more.
CITY: St. Charles
Woodstock Mozart Festival
Held on three consecutive weekends in July and August at the Woodstock Opera House, Woodstock Illinois, the Festival presents concert performances under the banner ”Mozart…and More!”…Mozart and other composers. With a seating capacity of 421, the charming restored 1880’s Woodstock Opera House is often referred to as an environment reminiscent of Mozart’s day. Because of the intimacy of the hall, the listener enjoys the unique experience of feeling enveloped by the music. A superb orchestra, world class artists and air conditioned comfort make the Woodstock Mozart Festival a MUST for a special summer concert experience just 60 miles northwest of Chicago.
An exceptional neighborhood cocktail bar. A menu of creative craft cocktails, unique wines and local beers is accentuated by a menu of small plates. Also offering retail sales, private event planning, and wine and spirits tasting classes.
Baritone Matthias Goerne and Pianist Alexander Schmalcz at Ravinia
Baritone Matthias Goerne performs with pianist Alexander Schmalcz at Ravinia Festival. Reserved ticket prices: $40 - $60 Lawn seats: $10
CITY: Highland Park
Kidgits Club Boo Bash
Come out to the Orland Square Mall! Have a ghoulish time with crafts, trick-or-treating, goodie bags and more! You won't want to miss all the fun activities and give aways. Free for members, $5 yearly membership fee.
CITY: Orland Park
Kane County Flea Market May 2015
Hours: Sat. 12-5, Sun.7-4. Admission:$5 adults, children 12 and younger, free. "The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere" - Up to 1,000 dealers display and sell antiques, collectibles, & fancy junque. A country breakfast is served on Sundays
CITY: St. Charles
The Art of Green
The Art of Green is a cooperative outdoor show with the John Deere Historic Site, The Next Picture Show Gallery and Sauk Valley Bank and will be held on the street along 1st Ave in downtown Dixon. Along with art work by regional artists there will be a variety of John Deere tractors and equipment on display.
Pioneer Gothic Church
Built in 1857, this church is a fine example of Carpenter Gothic Architecture. Pointed arched windows and doors as well as board and batten frame construction characterize this style. King Edward VII worshipped at the church in 1860, while on a hunting expedition in the area. The church was named as one of the “150 Architectural Treasures” in the State of Illinois by the Association of Illinois Architects in 2007, and is listed on the National Historic Register.
Eclectic seafood restaurant in the French-American style. Ranked number one seafood restaurant by the prestigious Zagat Guide since 1993. See website for fabulous specials and promotions. Reservations recommended. Valet parking. Outdoor dining as weather permits.
Umphrey's McGee at Ravinia
Umphrey’s McGee has been relentlessly innovative in both music and fan relations for 16 years and counting. Whereas the band’s stellar reputation is based on marathon concerts that mix original, technically demanding tunes with complex epics and playful covers (ranging from Toto to Metallica), it has chosen the same kind of attention to melody, songcraft, and musicianship. Tickets are $45 for reserved seats and $20 for lawn seats in advance and $25 the day of the show.
CITY: Highland Park
Autumn at the Arboretum - Klehm Arboretum & Botanic Gardens
Join us for out annual fall festival. Experience the beauty of fall as we use our entire 155 acre property for family-friendly fun. October is one of the best times to witness trees with their rich autumn colors. Build a scarecrow, enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides, make a fall craft to take home, and enjoy entertainment and activities for kids of all ages.
Come out to Allstate Arena this summer to enjoy a night of world-class basketball and family fun with the Chicago Sky! With a season that runs May through August, the Sky provides summer-fun for all ages. Chicago's premier women’s professional basketball team offers fans the unique opportunity to get their group in the game, and on the court. Groups can register to high five the Sky players, deliver the game ball to the referee, play on the same court as the Sky or sing the National Anthem. No other sporting event allows you to get as up-close-and-personal with the players!
Yolo Mexican Eatery
Family owned and operated Yolo offers a menu that changes often and caters to a wide variety of tastes. Traditional Mexican food at its finest and a recent Bib Gourmand 2014 winner.
Bridgeview Inn Motel
This property has 60 guest rooms as well as 2 suites. Other amenities include a business center, data ports (in rooms), entertainment, fitness center, free parking, hair dryers (in rooms), Wi-Fi, interior corridors, microwave and refrigerator availability, handicapped accessibility and rollaway beds. This is a non-smoking facility.
Smoque (smok) BBQ is a neighborhood kind of place that cooks up BBQ good enough to make it a true destination. The natural flavors of the meat. The savory flavor of hardwood smoke. The spiciness of the rub. The sweetness or pungency of the sauce. When these elements are in balance, you have found BBQ Heaven. And you can find them all coexisting at Smoque.
Pizano's Pizza & Pasta - State Street
From the son of Lou Malnati’s, Rudy brings you Pizano’s; a traditional Italian eatery featuring Chicago deep dish pizza – the way his dad made, hearty two-handed sandwiches, fresh salads and good times.
The Aviary in Chicago, with its award winning bar program, is where cocktails and service are given the same attention to detail as a four-star restaurant; where bartenders are trained as chefs; where the produce and herbs are carefully sourced and procured fresh daily; where the name and branding of the spirit mixed is less important than its actual flavor; where innovation and tradition are both honored. The Aviary is owned and operated by chef Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas, and is open from Wednesday to Sunday starting at 6PM
Updated traditional feeds the urban dweller at this award winning innovative sushi and Japanese kitchen spot. Enjoy high quality sushi in their peaceful, natural, garden like atmosphere.
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.
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.
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.
James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts at the College of Lake County
The Center is home to a wide variety of entertainment acts from musical performances to live theatre shows to specialty performances. The facilities include the 600-seat Mainstage Theatre, the 250-seat Studio Theatre, the 400-seat C005 Auditorium and three conference rooms. The theatre presents the finest entertainment in the industry, including a season of incredible variety featuring internationally acclaimed performers.
8th Annual Midwest Fiber & Folk Art Fair
Come out and enjoy the 8th Midwest Folk & Fiber Art Fair. Attend a workshop, wander through the marketplace, experience the demonstrations, be inspired by the exhibits, enjoy the music, and relax and work on some projects. Admission is $10 a day or $25 for all 3 days.
Polish Fest 2014
St. Stanislaus Parish celebrates the 33rd annual Polish Fest, featuring a traditional Polish dinner and. There will be music and dancing all day, bingo, raffles, a culture exhibit, mechanical bull, kids' games and Polish specialty foods.
David L. Pierce Art & History Center
The Aurora Public Art Commission hosts rotating exhibits displaying a full spectrum of innovative arts. The History Center has a collection of photographs, books, maps and other memorabilia. The Museum Shop offers hand-crafted jewelry, pottery and textiles from local artists and Aurora-themed gifts.
New York Street Memorial Bridge
Spanning the entire scenic Fox River, the bridge's features include the circa 1930 “Memory” and “Victory” statues in honor of fallen soldiers.
Andy's Thai Kitchen takes pride in its unique approach to preparing authentic cuisine without withholding any of Thailand's powerful bold flavors. Taste the flavors of Thailand for this award-winning restaurant.
Nightwood located in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago is a farm-to-table restaurant. Their menu is handwritten daily, inspired by the seasonal, local and artisanal ingredients. They work hand in hand with the best farmers in the Midwest to bring you bold simple dishes with care.
Koi Chinese and Sushi
Located right in the heart of charming Evanston's restaurant row, Koi brings the bold flavors of the eight different regions of authentic Chinese Cuisine and fresh sushi to every dining experience. The menu brings owner Sandy Chens' love for traditional Chinese cooking to the forefront.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Performs Salome at Ravinia
The centerpiece of Ravinia’s celebration of R. Strauss’s 150th anniversary is his immortal opera Salome, with Patricia Racette. Based on a play by Oscar Wilde. Reserved ticket prices: $25 - $90 Lawn Seat: $10
CITY: Highland Park
Lincoln Highway Heritage Festival
The 17th annual Lincoln Highway Heritage Festival promises a fun-filled weekend with plenty of food, games and entertainment for families to enjoy. In addition to the downtown activities, there's the annual Hub City Cruisers car show starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday in downtown Rochelle and on Sunday the parade starts at 3 p.m.
We the People
This play will serve as a fine reminder that the remarkable words written by our forefathers many years ago are still a living document, part of our lives each and every day.
William Tanner House
Built in 1856, this Italianate building is home of the Aurora Historical Society and where you’ll find historic photos, books, documents and maps covering Aurora’s history from the 1830s to now. Tours of fully furnished home & exhibits offered. Call for hours.
Downtown Alive! American English
It’s the 50th Anniversary of when four guys from Liverpool changed America. What better way to celebrate this rock-n-roll moment than with one of the most popular Beatles tribute bands on the planet. They look like the Beatles, they sound like the Beatles, even the Beatles former promoter Sam Leach calls American English “The Beatles Incarnate!” From that very first song on the Ed Sullivan show through to Abbey Road, it’s an evening of hit after hit from the guys who were hand-selected to headline International Beatles Week in Liverpool in front of 50,000 raving Beatles fans.
Budget Inn - Burbank
This property has 30 guest rooms as well as 1 suite. Other amenities include free parking, handicapped accessibility, Wi-Fi access, microwave and refrigerator availability, rollaway beds and a spa/sauna. This is a non-smoking facility.
Naha has been winning accolades and collecting awards for years, and why not. With a menu that is Mediterranean mixed with West Coast flair coupled with a Midwest backbone, Chef Carrie Nahabedian’s NAHA will be collecting applause and awards for years to come.
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.
Scheffler Art and Gallery
Long noted throughout northern Illinois for pencil drawings in black and white and color work in acrylic art, the gallery feature displays of Scheffler's art, and also provide a working center to fulfill commissions for patron's special requests. The Rooney Building was recently chosen as a location for a commemorative mural by the Illinois Lincoln Highway Coalition. The Rooney Building is a companion to the renowned H.I. Lincoln Building as a Farming Heritage, Inc. historic preservation project.
CITY: Franklin Grove
Gun & Sport Show
Showcasing local and regional vendors, the Gun and Sport Show at the Kankakee County Fair Grounds has something for everyone. Whether you are a seasoned collector or just want to view the vintage militia items, this is a must see. This is held several times a year, so be sure to check www.visitkankakeecounty.com for future dates.
A perfect spot to enjoy excellent Italian cuisine in downtown Skokie. Brothers Ruben and Oscar serve all dishes made to order and the wine options combine perfectly with each dish. Pastas as well as meat and fish dishes round out a full range of entree options. Desserts should not be missed with the cannoli made fresh on site. Serving lunch and dinner.
Kane County Flea Market August 2015
More than 1000 dealers offer antiques, collectibles, furniture, and so much more! Held the first Sunday of the month and the preceding Saturday afternoon. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Merichka's has been family owned and operated since April 18, 1933. Known for World Famous Poorboys, they also provide a fine dining selection at reasonable prices.
CITY: Crest Hill
D & J Bistro
This chef owned since 1987 restaurant, offers a great line-up of "True Bistro Dishes", with special menu items available monthly. Offering Daily Specials available "A la Carte" or as a 3 Course Prix-Fixe Dinner. Gluten free, vegetarian and kids menus available. Private room for parties of up to 50 people.
CITY: Lake Zurich
Rod Stewart & Santana
With his singular voice, narrative songwriting and passionate live performances, Rod Stewart has built one of the most successful and enduring music careers of all time. For forty years and as many albums later, Santana has sold more than 100 million records and reached more than 100 million fans at concerts worldwide. To date, Santana has won ten GRAMMY ® Awards and three Latin GRAMMY ® Awards. He won a record-tying nine GRAMMYs for a single project for 1999’s Supernatural (including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for “Smooth”).
JR Antiques and Collectibles
Specializing in antiques, collectibles, furniture, primitives and much more.
Dining at Moto in Chicago is like actively engaging in a multi-sensory dining experience unlike any other in the world. The Moto kitchen serves as a state of the art canvas for Chef Cantu and his gifted team to combine high-tech equipment and intricate techniques with exotic, sustainable and seasonally conscious ingredients from around the world.
Chilam Balam is a sustainably minded BYOB restaurant serving Mexican shared plates with a farm fresh twist.
Kurah Mediterranean Tapas
Kurah Mediterranean Tapas offers a unique culinary experience prepared by Chef Daniel Sarkiss. Kurah is a full-service restaurant with various hot and cold tapas options, as well as delectable shared plate entrees. Their dishes are served with fresh bread baked right in their own brick oven. All Kurah dishes are prepared with organic meat and produce. The menu also features specialty cocktails and martinis as well as a variety of red, white and sparkling wines.
Mixteco Grill in Chicago has been labeled as both “Interesting and flavorful", two things you want from an award-winning restaurant serving up delicious authentic Mexican cuisine. The colorful modest space is decorated with framed art, giving it a homey environment.
Nana is a family-owned, organic restaurant offering choices for those who are not only passionate about great tasting food, but who are also passionate about where their food comes from. They source the finest of organic ingredients from farmers, producers and vendors who meet and maintain USDA National Organic Program standards. The products used are free of synthetic preservatives, growth hormones, genetically modified ingredients, antibiotics, artificial colors and flavors and other additives and chemicals, including pesticides. They support the ethical treatment of animals, promote sustainability and buy local whenever possible. In a nutshell, Nana is more than good, they’re great.
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.
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.
Bringing drama to the South Suburbs since 1931, The Drama Group is one of the oldest volunteer community theatres in the country. This drama group is a not-for-profit community theater.
CITY: Chicago Heights
Macks Golden Pheasant
Mack's Golden Pheasant Restaurant and Lounge has been serving fine food and cocktails since they were established in 1948. Situated in Elmhurst, Mack’s Golden Pheasant is a very original restaurant. Many favor the lodge like atmosphere, and the food of course, which is particularly good. Visit and enjoy their history and unique ambiance.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra perform The Lord of the Rings at Ravinia
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra perform the Oscar-winning score of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King live as the film is shown on screens in the Pavilion and on the lawn. Performance days are Thursday and Friday. Reserved tickets: $25 - $50 Lawn tickets: $25
CITY: Highland Park
Friday Nights at 66!
Its Friday Night racing at Route 66 Raceway! Gates open at 4:00pm Fridays through September. Each of the Friday Nights at 66 events will feature a host car club in the designated Cruise-in Car Corral. Bring your own car to show off in the Cruise-in Car Corral. This is a non-competitive place to show your vehicle, watch the races, meet other enthusiasts and take in the sights and sounds. Call: 888-629-RACE(7723) for more information.
Presidential Inn Motel
This property has 43 rooms and 3 suites. Other amenities include free parking, handicapped accessibility, a laundry facility, non-smoking rooms and refrigerator availability.
Cherry Valley Festival Days
Great food, the carnival, on-site activities, and of course, the bands are what make a summer music festival an event to remember. Valley Days at Bauman Park has proven to be the fun-filled summer music festival your family shouldn't miss.
CITY: Cherry Valley
Located in the urban Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago, Antique Tacos serves up new adventurous flavors in tacos among a rustic environment surrounded by the history of old antiques.
Irazu Costa Rican Dining
Serving flavorful Costa Rican meals, Irazu located in Chicago is a family-owned restaurant that has been dishing up traditional Costa Rican food since 1990; a must try for anyone who is a lover of food and this Central American cuisine.
Senza offers an elegant yet casual fine dining experience that features innovative modern American cuisine by executive chef Noah Sandoval. Taking familiar ingredients and integrating both avant-garde and classic techniques, chef Sandoval creates composed as well as approachable four or nine-course tasting menus that reflect a range of flavors and textures.
Maude's Liquor Bar
The menu at Maude’s Liquor Bar starts with the rich culinary history and high standards of coastal French cuisine and adds fresh, American ingenuity. From the heights of their raw towers of fresh shrimp, oysters and Maine lobster, to the foie-gras torchon served with toast and jam, the food at Maude’s is straightforward and sexy with playful twinges.
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.