Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in LaSalle, Illinois, United States. LaSalle is a city in LaSalle County, Illinois, United States, located at the intersection of Interstates 39 and 80. It is part of the Ottawa-Peru, IL Micropolitan Statistical Area. Originally platted in 1837 over one square mile (2.6 square kilometers), the city's boundaries have grown to 12 sq mi (31 km). City boundaries extend from the Illinois River and Illinois and Michigan Canal to a mile north of Interstate 80 and from the city of Peru on the west to the village of North Utica on the east. Starved Rock State Park is located approximately 5 mi (8 km) to the east. The population was 9,609 at the 2010 census, and was estimated to be 9,328 by July 2014. LaSalle and its twin city, Peru, make up the core of the Illinois Valley. Due to their combined dominance of the zinc processing industry in the early 1900s, they were collectively nicknamed "Zinc City."
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4 based on 26 reviews
We ate in this restaurant because the main dining area wasn't open yet. This is basically the same restaurant as the big one at the lodge. t had such a taste for roast turkey so that's what I ordered. My meal included turkey, mixed vegetables and mashed potatoes with gravy. It wasn't even room temperature...it was cold. I did let our server know and she brought me another plate of food which was cooler than the first plate. I didn't want to wait any longer so I ate it. I did let her know before I consumed it and she really didn't do anything about it....not even call a manager. I was charged full price as well. I would not go back. Very disappointing especially after a day at beautiful Starved Rock.
3 based on 21 reviews
The boneless wings were like eating...stuff that's been laying around for a while. Thank god for beer.
4 based on 51 reviews
We have had many problems with this applebees, take out orders are either wrong, missing items or in our last order Chicken salad had plenty of crumbs from chicken strips but no chicken inside crust. Sad this place is nothing like most Applebees I have been too.
4 based on 61 reviews
MJ's Pub & Grill is where you'll have fun while enjoying the home cooked meals, indoors or on the patio. Our full stocked bar to serve you one of MJ's Specialty drinks or martinis. 5 TVs for all your sports plus a big Screen and video gaming so you can wi
My husband and I had dinner at the bar on a Saturday. Everybody was so friendly and the regulars introduced themselves. We started with the rav and broth, since we had never heard of it before. It is a local soup of ravioli (or tortellini in this case) and chicken broth. It was pretty good. We then split the southwest chicken wrap with sweet potato fries and we were both happy with the choice. Michele took good care of us. I would visit again if I were in the area.
4 based on 155 reviews
I always feel bad when I review restaurants because I am never very impressed with them. I had the special a Stuffed Pork chop and expected a thick center cut chop with a bone. I am not sure what I got, it was about two inches high and had stuffing and gravy which I had specially said I didn't want. A small scoop of potatoes and gravy and some canned green beans rounded out the meal. the chop was pretty good BIG the rest was standard fare, canned gravy. SIGH for some real gravy. My granddaughter had the Grilled Shrimp and a baked potato - gave the food an 8. My grandson had the kid's hot dog BIG definitely a jumbo dog and tasted like beef, had a large bun that might have been toasted. He had cottage cheese for a side.The service was a bit slow but friendly. All in all I would go back and try something else next time. This restaurant is near Route 80 and the price for my meal was under $10 not including the drink.
4 based on 166 reviews
Located in Utica Illinois, Skoog's Pub & Grill is famous for their great homemade food. Opening in 2000, Skoog's has quickly become one of the most popular gathering spots for locals and park visitors in the historic "Starved Rock State Park" region. Skoo
Dinner on holiday with best friend my wife. Smaller place with local charm. Barkeeper was friendly and greeted us on entry. Beer on tap was your normal industrial pulls, with a few notable crafts. Service was good, but I think the server forgot our order, or the cook was killing chickens, as the fried chicken seemed to take forever to get to the table. Large portions for a reasonable price. Actually two meals for us. Cannot complain too much. Recommended.
4 based on 12 reviews
Just ate there for the first time ever. Heard many great things so we decided to try it out. We were so glad we did. Everything we had was amazing. Made your way bloody Mary's! Some had burgers and onion rings attached to them! We tried to giant pretzel as an appetizer and it was as big as our faces. 4 of us found it hard to eat the entire thing! Everything we all got was fantastic and we said we definitely need to become regulars at this place!!
4 based on 19 reviews
The Cheers of Illinois Valley. Serving Tasty Food Since 1977. Get your hands on the best food and drinks for a great price when you visit 9th Street Pub. Locally owned and operated since 1977, our restaurant is dedicated to providing a entertaining and fu
I had high hopes after reading the reviews. We had a late lunch here after another restaurant, that we wanted to try was closed. Typical bar with dining area. The smoked brisket was dry and small. It didn't come with bbq sauce to help with dryness. My reuben meat was good, but it barely covered the grilled (underdone) rye. Fries were thick cut and nice and hot. Guess we should have tried burgers. Prices were reasonable, but I doubt we will be back.
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