Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in Elburn. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. Elburn is a village in Kane County, Illinois, United States. The population was 5,602 as of the 2010 census, up from 2,756 at the 2000 census. It is located at the intersection of Illinois Route 38 and Route 47. Elburn is a far-west suburb situated 46 miles (74 km) west of the Chicago Loop with frequent commuter rail service from its Metra station at the end of the Union Pacific West Line.
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3 based on 33 reviews
Every time I go here, I try something new. But let's start with the basics - the burgers. $5 Burgers on Tuesdays? Yes please. They are all delicious. The shareables (apps) are also excellent - from fried pickles, to boneless wings (have the exotic sauce, you'll thank me). Also a big fan of the tacos. The fish tacos are supposed to be delish, but try the fried avocado taco. Mmmmmm ... friendly service at the bar and good prices.
4 based on 196 reviews
Stopped at this popular location for a late lunch with friends. We were happy with the food, service and value. Seemed like a place where it's easy to find a menu item that you will like. The chicken salad on a croissant tasted homemade. The soup and salad combo was, as well. We will return.
4 based on 61 reviews
Forget 'casual dining.' That's an industry term so out of touch with how consumers eat and drink today. For premium quality and style; fare that's at times familiar and other times adventurous and a laid-back modern setting, Houlihan's is a true original.
We have been enjoying this place for years - nice atmosphere, tasty food. Tonight our experience was horrendous! We were lured in by the emailed Wednesday special offer of $11 selected entrees. We arrived before 5 pm and it was not crowded. Yet service was very slow. I ordered the small scallops. Yes it was small. VERY small. I had 4 small scallops, 5 thin asparagus spears (I did not want the risotto which came with it) and some plain lettuce tossed on top. While tasty, I felt the portion was ridiculously small. And it usually sells for $16!!! They must give you a ton of risotto to justify this.My partner fared no better. His 5 oz sirloin was the size of a large meatball. I am not kidding! No way was it 5 ounces, before cooking even.What gives? We do not need the stereotypical YYUUGE American restaurant portions but this was laughable.The only reason I did not rate this "poor" was out of nostalgia and loyalty to this usually good eatery.Hi there- Thank you for taking the time to reach out. I'm so sorry to hear about the food and service you experience! We portion out items by weight, but sounds like we missed the mark this time. Would you please send your contact information to [email protected] so we can make it right? Hope to hear from you soon! Thanks -Katy, Hou team.
4 based on 170 reviews
Been coming here for years. They offer lighter fare along with amazing salads and fantastic sandwiches. No real entrees but definitely enough food to fill you up. The salads are my favorite. Along with a huge and extremely fairly priced Whiskey menu and rotating local draft selection theres something to drink for everyone. They craft seasonal cocktails using very unique flavors and ingredients. Definitely stop by and ask them what's new.Cheers!!!
4 based on 161 reviews
Small menu well executed. Burgers are cooked to order and 10 oz! Everything is fresh and service is very good. Craft beer decent wine and good cocktails. Highly recommend. It can be SUPER crowded check the website for their process just fyi.
Niko's changed hands a while back and became Stevie D's. After checking their website and a couple reviews, we went there tonight for dinner. They were closed. I can only assume they're out of business, as what bar would be closed on a Saturday at 7:30pm?
4 based on 24 reviews
I simply don't get to draw... perhaps it's the never ending money off coupons that fill up the mailbox every weekend or perhaps it's the lower drink prices ...it's certainly not the food ...it's certainly not the atmosphere and it is certainly not because of the service.
3 based on 115 reviews
The Lodge on 64 is located in Campton Hills, IL. Bringing you the backwoods feel right to your neighborhood! Featuring our famous rotisserie chicken, fall off the bone ribs, and complimentary s'mores. All of our rotisserie is fresh, never frozen, and our
Known for their roasted chicken but bland and our dish could have spent more time cooking. Ribs were average. Frozen jumbo shrimp good. Mash, mac&cheese, vegetables bland.Plank Salmon was good. Service lacked friendly welcoming feeling. Have a seat, take order, deliver food and drop off bill kind of feeling. I had 2 groupons...tossed the second one. No desire to return.
4 based on 30 reviews
This tavern has everything you want for the local establishment. Good Grille and menu covering many options for wraps, sandwiches, burgers, and salads. Wednesday specials for chicken are nice. Plenty of seating and TVs with a bar that can seat 25. Some of the offerings are smoked locally - try the roast beef and cheddar! The only drawback is somewhat small selection of tap beers.
4 based on 48 reviews
My wife and I went for lunch today. We started with cheese curds and a IPA, both were serviceable as well as my Italian panini. However, my wife could only eat half of her Too SALTY swiss cheese burger, that was supposed to be cheddar jack. She kept nibbling at it thinking it was just a area over salted, but, no. She gave me a bite and I Do Not know how she ate 1/2 of her 1/4 pounder. Her coleslaw was under spiced, it had no taste, go figure. Based on the reviews and a interesting back story on the name, we thought we would give it a try. If you want to stop in for a beer ok, but the $50+ bill, plus tip for a lunch that couldn't be eaten not a good choice for me. We are not picky eaters or complain about food or service. (My wife would not let me address this with the bartender/waitress). So here I am. There are Much better options on the block that we have always enjoyed. Just my opinion and experience today.
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