Reviews on American food in Melrose Park, Illinois, United States. Melrose Park is a village in Cook County, Illinois, United States. It is a suburb of Chicago,14 miles by road. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 25,411. Melrose Park had long been home to a large Italian-American population.
Things to do in Melrose Park
4 based on 248 reviews
I visited the restaurant during a business trip during the recent polar vortex. Temperatures were below zero but the Great Escape was warming and welcoming. The food selection was varied and tasty and the service prompt. My business colleague and I were quickly seated. Portion size and price were good. A gem of a local restaurant worth trying.
4 based on 145 reviews
Egg Harbor CafÃ© in downtown Elmhurst brings you the highest quality, carefully-sourced breakfast and lunch with fast, friendly service in a modern farmhouse setting, 6:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. daily. We serve free range eggs that are certified-humane. We serve In
A little fancy for a breakfast restaurant, and I love it. It has a really sweet and nice ambiance. The staff is friendly and the food is great.
4 based on 72 reviews
Home to America's favorite Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef, burgers, salads, and chocolate cake.
I always enjoy Portillo's. Just a fun place to go and enjoy an inexpensive meal. Comfort food. The food is always delicious.This Portillo's is a little smaller than the others, but just as good.Every time I come to Chicago, I always make Portillo's a stop.Gladly go back.
4 based on 59 reviews
Great Italian sandwich shop! Very friendly staff. If you ever wondered what real Italian bread, cheese, and cold cuts taste like, you can find out here. I get the sandwich they call the Alpine and it is one of my favorites. Parking is terrible. There is a tiny parking lot that holds 3 cars and the rest is parallel parking on North Ave (you have enter the parking lot from the alley behind the store). You could probably get away with parking at the grocery store across the street or you have to go north into Elwood park and park on a side street. Worth the hassle. Very small dining area, but most people take out. Legendary in Oak Park, River Forest, and Elmwood Park.
4 based on 21 reviews
9 life long friends met here for dinner this past weekend!We had not got together and were looking forward to a night of great food, beverages and conversation.The food was really great. Many appetizers started us off; stuffed mushrooms, artichokes and fried calamari. All really good. Wine list was also spot on and Chianti Classico Reserva Ducale was our main stay for the night.Dinner entrees included pork chops, veal, fish, chicken and a host of sides-all portions were generous and flavorful and played to great reviews.Then the music started and everything was kicked up another notch! We sang and danced for HOURS. The band was SPECTACULAR playing Motown Hits all night. We totally enjoyed this great evening.Service was excellent on all fronts!Go here!
4 based on 50 reviews
I had many meals here over the 3 weeks that I stayed at the adjoining Motel8. The food is very good home/family cooking of various ethnic backgrounds. The whole staff were very friendly and informal. The place was always clean and at a good temperature. It was surprisingly quiet for being close to a major truck route. The hours are very convenient. I had a number of breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
4 based on 275 reviews
Good local place for business meal, not noisy and ample parking close by. Service is non intrusive to conversations. Good food
4 based on 151 reviews
A reunion with friends during a visit to the Chicago area. Deliaâs was the top rated breakfast spot in Oak Park & Forest Park and lived up to that billing.Very friendly staff that kept our coffee cups and water glasses full. Generous portions of very tasty breakfast plates. I would highly encourage a visit.
4 based on 37 reviews
You know the place: simple and comfortable decor with some better-than-expected dishes coming out of the kitchen. The kind of place you go to again and again on your lunch break, simply because it's good, it's filling, and it's easy. That's who we've been
A local brought me here and promised that I would love the food. He was right and I have found a new lunch place when I am in the area. A very casual restaurant with a big menu that serves gyros to hamburgers. I had the gyro lunch special and couldn't finish the massive gyro. It was one of the best that I have ever had. The fries were fresh. We were able to get in, get a great lunch and get out quickly. I'll be back.
4 based on 84 reviews
Tomâs has been a local fixture since it was founded in the 1950s. Recently back from India, where the cow is generally not eaten, I was craving steak and some knowledgeable friends brought me here. I had a perfect fillet. The soup and potato were good, too. There are other appealing options including fish. Decor apparently hasnât changed here since the 1950s and thatâs a good thing for us nostalgia fans. Many funeral luncheons are held here and I can see why. Tomâs serves the ultimate comfort food.
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