Warrenville is a city in DuPage County, Illinois, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 13,140, which was estimated to have increased to 13,316 by July 2012. It is a part of the Chicago metropolitan area and the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor.
Things to do in Warrenville
4.5 based on 714 reviews
Meson Sabika is an award-winning Spanish Tapas restaurant that has resided in an 1847 Georgian mansion since 1990. It goes without question, that the restaurant offers an unmatched dining experience. Guests can dine indoors and enjoy the grace and charm reminiscent of a European Villa or can choose to sit outdoors on the terrace while enjoying the ultimate alfresco experience underneath 150-year-old oak trees which cover the estate. Guests will find that each item on the menu offers a taste of Spain. Whether it’s enjoying hot and cold tapas, sangria, an entree or a vintage wine – there’s always a pleasant combination of exceptional food, friendly service, and unique atmosphere where family and friendship can live life in celebration.
Had a night out with my husband while visiting Naperville area. Made reservations based on Trip Advisor reviews and glad we did. Fantastic food. Small plates with quite generous portions. Fantastic wine list. Our server was exceptional. Bottle of wine, six plates plus two desserts for $125. We figured it would be much more! Definitely worth every penny and the place is gorgeous inside!
4.5 based on 155 reviews
Full service brewpub restaurant. Best microbrew in the area.
We have gone here for years. There are many good things on the menu - pizza, pretzels, cheese fries, cobb salad, pulled pork, burger, mac and cheese, sloppy joe grilled cheese, there isn't much on the menu we haven't eaten. I've never had bad food there, it is always clean, the staff is friendly and great.
However, not much changes anymore. Previously they had specials, small plates, things that would change out. Not for a while now. They would post the new items of the week on FB with photos and that would entice us out. For a while we visited at least once a month. Now, it's more like every four months.
Also, small complaint of mine, within the last year they only serve their own beer. I don't drink beer and they previously sold cider. You can bring your own beverages in, but that has stopped us from spontaneously going there.
I would still recommend eating here, it is a nice establishment and good food. I just long for how amazing I know it was years ago. Maybe the brand has gotten too large for a seasonal menu and social media updates.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
We discovered Lavazza first when we were in downtown Chicago. We had the best hot chocolate drink we've ever had. When we discovered they had a location in Naperville, we were thrilled! This place is fantastic. We love the unique drink choices, and enjoy all the different treats they have to offer. Our favorite drinks combine their delicious coffee with their gelato!
We tend to go in the evenings for a date night. Since it is located in a business center, there are often less guests visiting at the same time, which makes for a quiet atmosphere to just relax and talk.
We love this place and are excited to try other menu items!!
4.5 based on 73 reviews
The cupcakes maybe small fact they come in every size and color but the flavor and the attention to detail and creating their cupcakes is anything but small ! We can custom make cupcakes for any occasion and their staff this is sweet as the cupcakes they're selling ! Beware however cupcake addiction is unavoidable !
4.5 based on 219 reviews
Went today for dinner- best corned beef and rye with a big dill pickle you will ever find! Great service and the owner Howard- what a great guy! Free bagel chips and the dessert choices are to die for! And their all beef bacon product called Schmacon is fantastic!
4.5 based on 139 reviews
Eddie Merlot's Prime-aged Beef and Seafood starts with U.S.D.A. Prime Beef and the freshest seafood. Eddie Merlot"s has created one of the hottest concepts today; the wine bar provides more than 75 wines by the glass and a very extensive reserve wine collection by the bottle. The bar is stocked with all of the finest spirits and after dinner cordials and Cognacs. Eddie Merlot's boasts a contemporary but stunningly elegant interior design and atmosphere—where guests can have fun, relax and enjoy listening to up-tempo music, while dressed in business or casual attire.
I don't expect great food or service in the suburbs. We finally tried Eddie Merlot for the first time. Service was impeccable. Shannon was attentive and fun without losing her professional demeanor. We started with the merlot salad and crab bisque. We had filet and crab legs for our main course. We opted to take the carrot cake home for dessert. It was all perfectly prepared and presented. Martinis were shaken and poured tableside. We can't wait to go back and try more dishes.
4 based on 154 reviews
I've gone to this restaurant with family before, at least twice. On this occasion I went with my wife and five year old Grand daughter. We were seated by the Hostess and told that we would be waited on shortly. One waitress brought my wife and GD water and a diet soda, as I was in the restroom at the time that she came to the table. Our assigned waitress, possible name Lean M. came and brought me a glass of cabernet. She then stated that she would be back after giving us time to look over the menu. A short time later a trio of white customers, 2 males and a female, came in. Our Waitress went immediately to their table, got their drink order, brought their drinks back, then took their food order, as we sat waiting in the next booth. She then took their appetizers to their table, then came to our table to take our order. When she finished serving their appetizers, I called her over to our table and asked her why she waited on that table before she served our table, as we were first in. She apologized, and I asked her if she were trying to send us some kind of unspoken message. She answered no. I told her that I did not appreciate the slight and she asked me if I wanted another waitress to help us. I said yes, because I don't want you messing with our food. She went to the register and talked to the waitress who brought my wife and GD their drinks. She came to the table and asked if we were ready to order, I said no, we're leaving, give me the bill for our drinks. As she was doing this the Assistant Manager came over and asked what the problem was, and I told her, indicating that she should make sure that her staff were trained to serve customers in the order in which they came and was seated. She offered to give us our drinks free, the full $3.29. I refused, stating that I didn't come in for free food, I came in for an enjoyable meal, which had been ruined. FOOD JUST MEDIOCRE AT BEST! WILL NOT RETURN, WILL NOT RECOMMEND. ALL OF THIS IN MY GD'S PRESENCE. SERVICE AS IMPORTANT AS THE MEAL.
4.5 based on 562 reviews
Home to America's favorite Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef, burgers, salads, and chocolate cake.
I ordered carryout on line. Not only was the wait in line about 20 minutes, after allowing 20 minutes for the food to be prepared, but they forgot my husband's chicken sandwich and threw in an extra potato. The quality of service continues to erode.
4.5 based on 760 reviews
Fun and tasty pizza stop in downtown shopping area! In addition, an organization I belong to holds an event here every year--the service is excellent and we have a great time.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
For those who don't know, Twin Peaks is a bar/restaurant that features two things; an outdoor, rustic decor with mounted animal heads and ... waitresses who are scantily clad. Usually, these type of places have really marginal quality food. The surprise was that the menu was creative and the food was really good.
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