5 based on 60 reviews
Phone is 618-943-3394. Locally owned and operated Italian deli that's been in business for about 100 years. They don't advertise much and seem to rely mainly on local knowledge. Great Italian beef and other sandwiches. Pretty good cannolis.
Louie's serves the best sandwiches we have ever had from a deli, or anywhere else for that matter.
I had a meatball sandwich and my wife had an Italian beef. They were both superb. The cannolis were to die for.
Don't be in a hurry when you get there because it just ain't gonna happen. You will,however, have the best sandwich of you life if you just wait for it. They are very busy.
1.5 based on 8 reviews
The lady that runs this place ( ferkatich) takes money away from the girls working if they make an item incorrectly. 5 out 7 days a week its almost impossible to get chocolate ice cream. The employees are nice but if you ever deal with ferkatich you will discover she is an unfriendly person who runs illegal disciplinary actions against her employees and their pay checks. The dairy queens in the surrounding cities are the way to go if you want some dairy queen. Going to another city is well worth the drive to avoid this poorly managed disaster.
5 based on 63 reviews
One of Southern Illnois' only fine dining restaurants, located in one of Herrin's historic 120 year old homes. Full bar and winelist available.
The food and service for a large family gathering of about 70 people was excellent. The room is to the side of the main restaurant, and down a few stairs, and the staff was very attentive. There was plenty of room to gather for cocktails and Hors d'Oeuvres.The menu had a number of entrees to choose from-I am not sure if it was the same as the restaurant menu, I had the salmon-- not a fish I eat at a restaurant as I try not to eat farmed fish. It was excellent as were the vegetables. There were numerous cakes to choose from, red velvet, cheese, white truffle,and chocolate mousse. And we could provide our own wine-- not sure if there was a corkage fee. Definitely a place to return to for a special meal
5 based on 19 reviews
This quaint restaurant has the 'big city' feeling in a charming Southern Illinois setting! This restaurant has relaxing music, free wifi, an incredible, well rounded menu, reasonably priced, and a great location. It is eclectic and cozy with homemade touches that you won't find anywhere else! It's my favorite place to visit, have meetings, or just chill by myself. Breakfast to dinner...it's truly the best!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
The food is great as well as the service. It is like any standard family Mexican restaurant with great quality. Could use some more authentic dishes for those who prefer some real flavor.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
We've tried this restaurant several times, but always it was disappointing in some way or another. We have dealt with slow drive-through service, double credit card charges & very tough meat. We gave up trying. This is definitely a statement because we strongly try to support local businesses.
4 based on 33 reviews
Went here for dinner after hearing about nice it was. The only area open was the bar area. Very small area with only a few wall side tables. I guess we were expecting something different. Very bright lighting inside.This kind of ruined the atmosphere. We ordered a drink then left to go somewhere else to eat. The bartender was nice. We like bar food but with no tables open we decided to leave. Will give it another try when the whole bar is open.
5 based on 7 reviews
We were on holiday in the Hazyview area and decided to spend one night in the Sabi Sands Game Park. Inyati was such a pleasant surprise! The lodge is small and intimate, the rooms are close to the dining area, the food is fantastic, they have the best afternoon tea in the industry and the staff are all extremely helpful and friendly. During two game drives we had two fantastic leopard sightings, a great lion sighting and to top it all we saw 17 wild dogs. What a privilege!
4 based on 17 reviews
This restaurant is next to a strip of seedy bars in a run-down town called Herrin. Our expectations were pretty low, but walking in and seeing drunks stumbling around the neighborhood in late afternoon, and seeing the place's smudgy and disheveled staff, and video gaming in the entrance, we walked right out without getting a seat.
5 based on 5 reviews
Hubby and I walked across the street to grab a few subs for an evening meal, the staff was friendly and talkative,,mostly curious about my hubby's accent ( he is Dutch) we have Subway quite a bit when we are on the road, but we always make a point to stop here when we are in Herrin..
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