La Grange in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in La Grange with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 136 reviews
Thank you for your interest in Emilio’s Tapas. Emilio’s Tapas is an authentic Spanish Tapas Bar Restaurant conveniently located in West Suburban Hillside. Spanish cuisine can best be described as a mix of French and Italian influences; tapas are small dishes ideal for appetizers or when ordered in rounds build a complete meal. Our menu consists of regional Spanish specialties, original dishes created by Emilio offered in both the dining room and bar for dinner daily. The restaurant is casual with spacious dining rooms and an energetic atmosphere accentuated by colorful Spanish murals, music and tiles.
Fantastic tapas dishes. 4 of us had 8 tapas and not a bad one in the bunch. Nice wine, band and dancers gave a little slice of authentic Spain to the evening. Prices were very reasonable for this upscale restaurant in the heart of the...MoreGracias for your review and rating, we appreciate it. Please stop by soon, happy hour is M-F 4:30-6:30 and we have bar bites from $1.95 in our bar!
4.5 based on 108 reviews
As Brookfield residents, we visit Irish Times fairly regularly, and often bring friends. This is a real, independently-owned Irish pub, not a chain restaurant, and so has an authentic feel. While the burgers are always good, and a bargain on Mondays ($5), I recommend the more Irish fare. The corned beef and cabbage dinner and the Irish breakfast are my favorites. The shepherd's pie is also very good, although even the best versions of that tend to be a bit bland. Add a slice of Irish bacon to the tomato and grilled cheese! The fish and chips (AYCE on Fridays) are excellent, quality flaky cod in a light tempura-style batter. A reasonably wide selection of beers and ciders on tap for a relatively small place. They used to make wonderful bread pudding with whiskey sauce, but the last time we ordered it, it came with caramel/chocolate sauce, which was fine, but not as good as the traditional. It can get crowded on Friday and Saturday evenings (or during special events/music performances - even rather crazy around St. Pat's day!), and the kitchen sometimes gets busy, so the wait for your meal to arrive can increase, but the service is always friendly and attentive. Try going early Sunday afternoon, especially in winter, when it's less crowded and you might get a table near the fireplace. The outdoor patio in back is great in warmer weather, entirely fenced-in and private. Over the years they've given in and added some big-screen TVs, but the volume is usually kept down, so minimally distracting. We've been coming here since smoking was allowed and many of the servers still had the Irish brogue. The BN Metra train station is just outside their door, so come visit Brookfield!
4.5 based on 129 reviews
Vie, named after the French word for life, offers seasonal, contemporary American cuisine inspired by Western European cultures and rustic fare. Chef and owner Paul Virant focuses on year-round seasonal eating with a menu featuring housemade pickles and preserves. Locally grown, artisan ingredients from Midwestern family farms are showcased. The restaurant is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday.
Visited here with business colleagues. It's tucked out of the way (seemed almost in a residential neighborhood), but well worth looking for. We had an amazing dinner, from charcuterie to dessert.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
The bakery is an absolutely adorable old-fashioned store. The chocolate frosting is incredible and their cakes are super moist and fluffy. The smiley face cookies are delicious and the tea cookies are as well. Sometimes the store can be really busy but most of the times it's not too bad at all. The coffee cakes and donuts are great if you want a sweet breakfast or for anytime really:). Their eclairs are really tasty and the little dessert cups are as well. Truly a great place in town and well worth a visit if you're passing through!
4.5 based on 94 reviews
My girl friend and I wanted to try restaurants in LaGrange and saw this one on main street. Service is fast and friendly. My friend had the Baked Blueberry French Toast. The bread is dense and was not what she expected. She needed the compote addition because it was so dense and dry. Not a good choice. I had the Aussie Chicken sandwich. The chicken was not seasoned and I had to use the salt shaker which I never do. It was average sandwich. Portion size was good. We both decided we probably wont return.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
They make the ice cream right there. And it is delicious.
My 3 year old grandson chose Blue Moon because of the color ... but, he ate it all. I chose Pecan Praline ans ate all of mine too.
Will return on another day for a Green a River. Have not had one of those since my pre- teen days.
5 based on 12 reviews
Small storefront coffee and juice bar shop right in downtown LA Grange. If no street parking available, there is a free parking garage one block south, West side that is a very short walk to the coffee shop. Took my daughter for lunch and had a hard time deciding between the listing for sandwiches salads and smoothie bowls. Also, great drink coffee, only $1 for any size on Wednesday. Moderately priced. My daughter had the lavender blueberry banana smoothie bowl, I had the apple pecan spinach salad. Portion size is very adequate without being too much. We were both happy with our choices. Limited seating, but we got great seats. Will go again.
4 based on 151 reviews
prasino means "green" in Greek. So, it is only natural that every choice we make, from our food to our restaurant design to our kitchen facilities, reflects our respect for a sustainable environment. Our priority is serving hormone/anti-biotic free meats, sustainable seafood, organic produce and eggs. Every effort is made to buy locally whenever possible, but we have also sought out exceptional ingredients from around the country from like-minded vendors. We are proud to present our Contemporary American menu in a refreshing, comfortable atmosphere that celebrates the love of good food, good conversation and friendship.
I would actually give 3 1/2 stars...service was very, very slow. We were sitting there for about 15 minutes before anyone came over to ask us about drinks. I ordered a decaf coffee, which was lukewarm. My friends ordered mimosas, which they said were good. I ordered the healthy wrap, which had egg whites, mushrooms, onions, a little cheese, and avocado, but the charred tomato salsa was missing. Another friend ordered the same thing, but asked for no mushrooms...when served, there were mushrooms, so they made her a new one pretty quickly. The other two people ordered the frittata and the bacon omelet. The bacon omelet was huge, filled with cheese, and delicious. All were served with roasted potatoes, which were pretty good.
4 based on 101 reviews
New restaurant just open last friday
Sat outside on beautiful night. The food and service was outstanding. Serena was the best. We were unfamiliar with many items and she was extremely helpful. Had the Ricotta/ honeycomb, gnudi and blondie dessert (OMG!). It was all good and we will be back. So many other things to try.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
My family all ordered breakfast items. The portions were good. The service was good. The atmosphere was noisy with quirky, eclectic decorating. The BEST thing about this restaurant is that you can get your choice of 2 pancakes, french toast or hash browns as a side for your omelet or skillet AND the skillets are HUGE!!! The Snickers pancakes and red velvet french toast were good albeit very sweet, but the skillet and the $3.99 kids egg, hash browns and toast were extremely good values. By the way, the toast is made with awesome homemade bread. My daughter also very much liked the fact that they provide flavored coffee creamers (hazelnut, French vanilla, and Irish cream). Plenty of free parking too!!!
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