Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Skokie. Skokie (/ˈskoʊki/; formerly Niles Center) is a village in Cook County, Illinois, United States. Its name comes from a Potawatomi word for "marsh." A Chicago suburb, for many years Skokie promoted itself as "The World's Largest Village." Its population, according to the 2010 census, was 64,784. Skokie's streets, like that of many suburbs, are largely a continuation of the Chicago street grid, and the village is served by the Chicago Transit Authority, further cementing its connection to the city.
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4 based on 85 reviews
Our favorite place for sushi. I enjoy the atmosphere - comfortable and lively, but not so loud that you canât carry a conversation. Food is consistently good but on more than one occasion, when the restaurant is busier, the service has been below average. Servers are always friendly but it seems as though they canât keep up with the traffic. Most recently, we were seated for more than five minutes before our server introduced herself. Drinks took too long to show up and we had to flag her down for another round. Same deal trying to get and then pay the bill. She did the best she could (and with a smile) but poor service has been the rule lately rather than the exception.
4 based on 20 reviews
The food is typical Irish - stick to your ribs. We meet with friends after a Skokie event. The server was very good and offered suggestions on Irish drinks- Jameson and Ginger Ale for one.
4 based on 24 reviews
Makisu Sushi Lounge and Grill offers the highest level Japanese cuisine to the near north suburbs of Chicagoland bordering the prestigious neighborhoods of Skokie, Lincolnwood, Niles, Edgebrook, Sauganash, and Edison Park. The bar area provides the more c
Enjoyed our dinner at Makisu! I ordered the Salmon Teriyaki and it was delicious! The sauteed veggies which accompanied the entree were beautifully presented and excellent tasting as well. Other dinners ordered included Chicken Teriyaki, Scallop Crab Cake and the Tempura Small Plates - everyone was very happy. Miso Soup is included with the entrees.
4 based on 53 reviews
We stopped at this long-time restaurant and watering hole for a Saturday lunch. All of the college football games were on the many screens. I opted for a burger. My wife went Italian with Egg plant Parmesan. Her portion was like two so she took half home. I knocked off the burger but couldnât finish the coleslaw and cooked vegetables. Great service! Huge beer selection but a little early for us. Nice menu.
4 based on 191 reviews
Peckish, a British term for "hungry". The Pig, a gastro pub, opened in March 2014 and has helped to start a revitalization of Howard St which forms the north Chicago & south Evanston city limits.I had a couple of their ales on a previous visit but this was my first meal. I selected that nights grilled salmon dish which was perfect. I do not recall what my friends dish was but she did enjoy it.We dined on a Thursday and selected the patio to enjoy the pleasant evening. Its enclosed on all sides by surrounding buildings. Only a few tables were occupied. A nice location for a date night. The staff was courteous & provided very good service. We both enjoyed the night and look forward to another visit.
4 based on 63 reviews
Your Local Restaurant and Bar. Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. Services include ,Reservations Walk-Ins Welcome Good For Groups Take Out Catering Waiter Service Outdoor Seating
We stopped at The Howard Street Inn because it was Tueday, which meant their sloppy Joe special, though when we arrived, we realized that they were celebrating Fat Tuesday. The parking lot was full and the restaurant and bar were full, though there was a good turnover. We waited about ten minutes, but it was worth it. Our server came to the table and took our drink order. When she brought back the "Hurricane", we ordered. The first entree was the sloppy Joe special which includes mac and cheese with two decent-sized sloppy Joe sandwiches. We also ordered the tuna stuffed avocado. We were a bit disappointed with that, however, as it seemed like there should have been a little more avocado, but it was tasty. As we neared the end of our meal, the owner brought two complimentary paczki to our table - one blueberry and one raspberry which were from Oak Mill Bakery. A great way to end the evening. The price was really good for what we had and we did have some food to take home. Our server, Christina, was very personable, efficient and she was very busy.
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