Reviews on Steakhouse food in Hickory Hills, Illinois, United States. Hickory Hills is a city in Cook County, Illinois, United States. The population was 14,049 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 36 reviews
Pretty good all in all. 1/2 price appetizers on wednesdays. Lots of comfort food. I had 3 fish tacos for 895 and it came with soup and home made chips. It was really good. The fish was tasty and the lettuce, tomato, sour cream, cheese were all super fresh. We had nachos and chicken for the appetizer and it was very good and plentiful. The rest of us had various salads and they were all well prepared, good tasting, and filling.As a sports bar, it's a bar. It's a bit noisy but young people will like that. Lots of tvs all over and gambling machines are there too.What we ordered was fairly priced but I did think many of the items were a bit overpriced..... steak sandwiches are over 20$ ... but the average dinner prices is $17 which I think is s little high for a sports bar...But there are affordable things here too so I would say it's s go Tisza fun place to go
4 based on 192 reviews
At Eddie Merlotâs hospitality and the comfort of our guests are our highest mission; we pledge to provide the finest service, highest quality foods, in world class facilities for our guests to enjoy a memorable experience. Eddie Merlotâs features USDA Pri
The restaurant is nicely decorated in a up-scale style, reminicent of the art deco 1920's era. The chairs were comfortable and the bar room seemed inviting. Everything was clean. They could use shades on the upper windows. People facing the windows had to deal with the sun in their eyes.I ordered a Derby Mule ($15) which tasted like a whiskey sour, but came in one of the frosted copper mugs I love. The others shared a bottle of wine which was too dry for their taste and then another blend which was better. My entree was a small Waldorf salad topped with 3-4 tasty grilled shrimp (about $20). Quite satisfactory. The crusty bread and butter were good too.My husband said his steak was very good, but I was amazed at the tiny piece of meat for about $29-$39. The poor thing sat all alone in the middle of an empty white plate. No sides, no garnish. All sides, soup, and salad are priced separately. My friend allowed me a taste of her brussle sprouts which were okay, but not nearly as tasty as those I'd had in Geneva a few days earlier. My husand's huge baked potato arrived looking like a small loaf of bread. It was accompanied by cute little dishes of sour cream, cheese, and maybe butter. I was most disappointed with the desserts ($10 each). Our carrot cake was huge, but also damp and heavy. My husband and I each had a sliver and brought the rest home, only to throw it out after tasting it again the next morning. The other couple shared a huge hunk of chocolate cake and gave me a sliver to taste. It was bland and not worth the calories either. Our server was very nice. There were, however, long stretches when we didn't see him, though the restaurant was mostly empty. Over all, the experience not worth the drive and hefty bill. Our friends love the place and treated us to dinner for our anniversary. I thank them for their kindness and wonderful company, but this place was not for me.
4 based on 139 reviews
It was a beautiful cool night and we opted to dine outside. What a great set up, we say right by the open wood burning fire pit.The service was exceptional as were our Steaks.Looking forward to a return visit before the cold weather sets in.
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