Tinley Park is a village located in Cook County, Illinois, United States, with a small portion in Will County. The population was 56,703 at the 2010 census. It is one of the fastest growing suburbs south of Chicago. In 2009, Tinley Park was selected by BusinessWeek as the best place to raise a family in America. In 2017, Tinley Park was listed as one of the 50 safest cities in America.
Things to do in Tinley Park
4.5 based on 79 reviews
We regularly order pizza from Beggar's - Oak Forest. Always good, a lot of cheese, and high quality ingredients. Many other items good as well.
4.5 based on 239 reviews
We have eaten her on many occasions, mostly take out, but this place is AWESOME. Parking lot does get super busy, but food is definitely worth it. Best pork chops and portabella mushroom sandwich, they offer great sides, speedy, homemade service with large portions. You won't leave hungry & atmosphere is very fitting.
5 based on 162 reviews
I stop in a couple times a month to pick up meal for myDad since my Mom has passed away, Nice size meals in the frozen cases along with soups and other gravies. Perfect for our needs. Not exactly like Grandma Scavone use to make but still good.
5 based on 29 reviews
We made the decision to head to Plush Horse as we were getting out of church on a Wednesday night, and arrived 10 minutes before closing. The staff was in the final stages of their pre-closing cleanup, and so we expected a chill reception. Not to worry. The staff acted like they had been praying for the opportunity to serve a few more guests before they closed. We got service with a smile, with no attempt to rush us as we sampled some of the more exotic flavor options. Everything we sampled was delicious. I opted for Key Lime Pie, and it was heavenly. The service was definitely of the "second mile" variety, and no one in our party was disappointed with their ice cream. Highly, highly recommended.
4.5 based on 218 reviews
Maryland crab cakes were a good appetizer if you like your remoulade sauce spicy. The crab-crusted cod was tender and flavorful. We opted to try one of the "premium sides" for an extra $4.50; it was okay, but I much preferred their potatoes at gratin (one of the two sides included in your meal price.) Because all their seafood is prepared over a wood fire, I would not recommend the scallops unless you like them with a smoky taste. (I prefer my scallops seared, with a sweeter nuance.)
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Creative Cakes Bakery & Cafe is a specialty bakery-cafe in Tinley Park, Illinois. Since 1989, Creative Cakes has maintained an excellent reputation for beautiful and delicious cakes, cupcakes, miniature pastries, and cookies. In 2014, sisters Beth Fahey and Becky Palermo added a cafe to their already successful bakery operation. Still a high-volume custom cake shop, Creative Cakes is the top bakery referral of many reception facilities in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. In addition to wedding cakes, Creative Cakes specializes in highly-customized cakes for every occasion. They enjoy consistent 5-star ratings on websites such as WeddingWire, TheKnot, and Yelp! for their creations. In 2015, The Daily Meal proclaimed Creative Cakes the #2 Wedding Cake Bakery in America. Over the years, the Creative Cakes team has been featured on television shows like Platinum Weddings and My Fair Brady. The sisters' company continues to grow and is a destination for amazing desserts and food in the southwest suburbs of Chicago.
If you are looking for a special cake for a special person you must try creative cakes. A first birthday is so special and they made it perfect. The chocolate with chocolate moose melts in your mouth. They have amasterful variety of bakery goods that...MoreThank you so much for your review! You are not alone in liking our chocolate cake with chocolate mousse ~ it's our most popular combination! :-)
4 based on 110 reviews
There's a good reason that Gibbons has been around for so many years: it continues to deliver delicious food and attentive service. You know that you're going "old school" when the bus boy delivers three bean salad, cottage cheese, marinated tomatoes, and cole slaw along with a bread basket just minutes after your are seated. It's easy to fill up on those, but return visitors know to pace themselves for the meal to come. Entrees come with soup or salad as well as a choice of potato. Many diners come for the splurge meal of steak and/or lobster or crab legs, but there are many other choices worth trying including pork chops, duck, shrimp, and fried chicken. Portions are generous (most folks leave carrying leftovers). Servers are attentive. If you're looking for a rushed dinner or a chain restaurant experience, Gibbon's isn't the place for you, but if you want to experience a dinner that your parents and grandparents would have enjoyed, check it out.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
We had a Sunday morning breakfast here. The menu is pretty extensive with something for everyone. My wife is a vegetarian and had no trouble finding several choices to fit her needs. We both had egg dishes and pumpkin pancakes, which were outstanding. The service was very good and the food came out to our table very quickly. Prices were on point. The place was absolutely packed, so they must do something right here. It was our first visit but won't be our last. The only thing bad that I can say is that we were seated at a booth next to a window. It was a little cold and drafty being a cold February day but that won't stop us from coming back. We'll just avoid the window seats next time.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
Mushroom pizza was excellent; vegetables were good. Atmosphere low key. Server was attentive Would return to restaurant if back in the area.
4.5 based on 249 reviews
Home to America's favorite Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef, burgers, salads, and chocolate cake.
Their beef sandwiches are famous in this area,along with the best chocolate cake I have ever eaten .I do not like cake,but this one certainly changed my opinion.
I love their chopped salad,which for me is two meals .I ask for dressing on the side so it is still good for the next day. I have to omit I am not crazy about their hot dogs which I like every once in awhile,but again not there.. Also not fond of their French fries. But there is always a long line in their drive up take out. So they have to be doing something right!!
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