Reviews on American food in Peotone, Illinois, United States. Peotone (/ˈpiːoʊtoʊn/) is a village in Will County, Illinois, United States. The population was 4,142 at the 2010 census, an increase from 3,385 in 2000. The city is about 43 miles (69 km) south of Chicago. The city is home to the Peotone High School Blue Devils.
Things to do in Peotone
4 based on 24 reviews
On the outside Brianâs looks like a bar with wooden decor that resembles the Wild west. Now on the inside itâs also a restaurant that surprisingly good. Thereâs booths in the bar area and in the back is a dining room. Nothing fancy inside but the food we had was excellent. I had a club sandwich and my wife had a chicken pita. Both included homemade soup. The meals were huge and filling. Nothing to complain about it at all. Service was excellent and very friendly. We will definitely be back again and highly recommend this place if youâre in the area looking for someplace to eat.
5 based on 23 reviews
Stopped in for a quick, amazingly cold beer before heading to the airport for vacation, what a great way to begin a vacation! We will definitely be going back!
4 based on 36 reviews
Diverse menu with outstanding Chicago style pizza.
We had dinner at Anthony's Family Restaurant and Pizzeria with friends. We were there on a late Sunday afternoon. When we arrived, the restaurant was relatively empty, but as we sat there, the restaurant became crowded. There is parking across the street and on the street, itself. All of the servers were very nice, efficient and attentive. After we were brought menus, we ordered drinks and two appetizers. The first appetizer was the garlic parmesan bread sticks. Those were really good and came with a marinara and an alfredo dipping sauce. We also ordered an appetizer portion of wings with BBQ sauce. When we first got the menus, I noticed that there was a beef roll (?), but the description said that it took an hour. I envisioned a beef sandwich-like roll, but I was really wrong. We also ordered a cheesy beef sandwich with krinkle fries and au jus. We also ordered a pork chop dinner which looked and tasted very good. Our fourth entree was a chicken dinner with krinkle fries and garlic bread. One of us ordered a cup of lasagna soup - geez, that was extraordinary! Our server made sure that we got the food timed together, which worked out well. I could not believe the beef roll - it was huge!!!! No, I mean really huge. In fact, the best that I could do was to eat 1 and 1/2 pieces from one end. It was quite filling and tasted really good. We asked about the beef roll and we found that if you did not like some of the ingredients, i.e. peppers, tomatoes, etc., you could ask that they not be placed inside. It was apparent that these beef rolls are individually made and so it does take time to prepare and to bake. Overall, the price was reasonable and everyone actually had some food to take home. I think we'll have to visit our friends more often to stop at Anthony's Family Restaurant & Pizzeria.
4 based on 66 reviews
Was down in Mantino Illinois visiting family at the Veterans home. Went went out to lunch and my wife found Mayberry Junction restaurant. The sign is Welcoming. Being a Mayberry fan for Decades I enjoyed it from the time we walked it. The memorabilia was very interesting. The staff from the entrance to our exit was great!The food was exceptional. The menu continued with the mayberry theme.I had the Broasted Chicken and it was tender. Th eff coating went well with the chicken. It had a great taste not greasey. It came with a choice, of Hash browns. They were done fantasticly! Not greasy, had a nice well done crunch that I truly enjoyed!.My father in law had the hamburger that he really liked it looked like fresh formed burger ( not a frozen then fried patty. My wife had the breaded pork sandwich that really hit the spot. Our waitress was nice, engaging & very efficient! Our lunch was exceptional! If you happen to be in the Mantino area, are hungry, and a Mayberry fan, you will not be disappointed!!!!
5 based on 38 reviews
Yannis Cafe, in Manteno, IL, is the area's premier restaurant serving Manteno and surrounding areas since 1994. We offer breakfast and lunch, great home cooked food and hospitality, coffee and much more. For your next meal, visit Yannis Cafe in Manteno.
This place is a hidden treasure in a small rural community. Located on Main Street in downtown, it is a local gathering place. It serves breakfast and lunch with a down home style. Fresh food from local vendors served hot and fresh and made to order. Quick and friendly service is a trademark for this restaurant as they work the people in and out. You never feel hurried and yet you are in and out usually in under 30 minutes. You leave with a full belly, a warm smile, and you haven't spent the rent to eat here. One of the best in Kankakee County.
We are not from this area and were given the name of this restaurant on the recommendation from someone in the area. One there are on a Wednesday night around 6 o'clock and it was easy to get a table. We were seated right away and our server came up to us quickly as well. We had heard that the pizza will good and so was everything else. We're in a little bit of a hurry so we decided against the pizza and we got the beef nachos appetizers and the Reuben sandwich and a beef sandwich. The nachos were pretty good. The chips were a little bit stale unfortunately but the melted cheese that was on them was different and was very good. The beef sandwich was large with a lot of cheese and it was sliced thin and was very tender and tasty. The Reuben was packed with meat and was also tasty. It could use a little more umph and atlay some kind of spice or maybe some fresh horseradish or something. The prices were reasonable and the service was good. I would recommend this place.
Original owners have taken back over the cafe. Back to Lucky Horseshoe after being the Corner Cafe the last couple of years. Open for breakfast and lunch from 7am-2 pm. Simple, honest, tasty food at good price. It would make a great stop off the expressway, just 5 minutes off exit 327 on I-57.
Daily specials are a good value and food I have had has been good, particularly the Monday Taco Special! Tacos were delicious and the homemade salsa was delicious!Appears to be a small restaurant but additional rooms make it feasible for groups, also. I will definitely return!
4 based on 13 reviews
Stopped here but probably shouldn't have...empty parking lot on a weekend evening is never a good sign. They cover everything in cheese, a lot of cheese. My sandwich was supposed to have pork but it was almost all cheese with some cabbage or kraut with a couple of small pieces of meat. All I could taste was cheese. The side of baked mac&cheese was inedible...the pasta tasted like cold mac salad with a crap load of cheese melted on top.
4 based on 16 reviews
Found this place southeast of Chicago on roads less traveled. A nice little diner that serves breakfast all day. Friendly staff and great service. I had a delicious ham & cheese omelette with fresh (not frozen) buttery crispy hash browns and my husband enjoyed a generous portion of steak & eggs! Flatscreen TV showing old nostalgic movies. Very comfortable atmosphere!
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