Old Log Cabin Restaurant serves heaping helpings of home cooking and friendliness.
Check out a list of eateries from Chicago to St. Louis that embrace the farm-to-table concept.
Farmer-restaurant partnerships bridge the gap from farm to fork throughout the state.
Make a stop at Fast Eddie’s Bon-Air in Alton for good cheap food, cold beer and live music.
Enjoy classic French cuisine in Woodstock at La Petite Creperie & Bistrot.
Al & Leda’s Pizzeria in Dixon creates unusual pizza varieties such as spaghetti and BLT.
Dell Rhea’s Chicken Basket restaurant caters to hungry travelers along iconic Route 66.
Homemade strawberry bread, delicious quesadillas and more are waiting for you at What’s Cookin’ in Charleston, Illinois.
The Dutch Kitchen is the place to find homemade cooking at its best.
The menu at SugarToad changes daily to reflect what’s in season, but customers can always expect fresh seafood, meats, salads, soups and produce.
Tapa La Luna Restaurant in DeKalb serves up picture-perfect food in a trendy environment.
Roy’s Taco House in Geneseo, IL, a longstanding local favorite, turns out a menu made up of an unusual fusion of dishes from Mexico, Belgium and the United States. Gravy-smothered enchiladas are just the beginning.
For 25 years, when Carbondale, Illinois, residents crave Asian cuisine, they head to Hunan Restaurant.
Looking for a place to chow down in Carbondale, Illinois? From pizza and burgers to Chinese, Italian and Thai, you’re sure to find a local restaurant that tempts your taste buds in this charismatic college town.
When Al Berg opened Al’s Café & Creamery in Elgin in 1981, it quickly became a favorite with the locals for its hand-blended malts. Thirty years later, Al’s is still serving up the same rich malts made with high-quality ice cream, but it has also become a destination for creative cuisine made with fresh, seasonal produce.
Chefs Fred and Karyn Grzeslo opened a small European bistro called Fritz and Frites on Main Street in Galena, Illinois, in 2006, which quickly became the city’s most popular dining destination.
Flesor’s Candy Kitchen is a return destination for anyone looking for a taste of small-town Illinois.
This eatery thrives on serving up Springfield, Illinois’ culinary claim to fame – the horseshoe.
While in Aurora, Illinois, enjoy lunch or dinner at America’s Historic Roundhouse, a 70,000-square-foot entertainment complex with a restaurant, microbrewery, 14 bars and a comedy club.
The origin of corn dogs on a stick has an Illinois connection, tracing its roots to the Cozy Dog Drive-in on Route 66 in Springfield.
One thing most Metropolis citizens have in common is their love for barbecue – specifically Bill’s BBQ, an iconic local eatery that’s been serving hungry customers since 1965.
Moline’s Belgian Village Inn serves quite possibly the biggest reuben sandwich you’ve ever seen.
You might say Rockford’s oldest restaurant, Der Rathskeller, started with a great-tasting sausage. In German, rathskeller means the cellar of a town hall, often used as a beer hall or restaurant.
Maria Kemp of Decadence Bakery discusses opening a new business in McLean County, Illinois in this business brief.
Kelly’s Bakery and Cafe is known for decadent desserts, farm-fresh soups and unique sandwiches
Eat local BBQ at family-owned Hicks Bar-B-Que in Belleville.
World-famous burgers and sincere service are on the menu in this tiny community.
Chicago café serves up imaginative, organic cuisine straight from the farm.
Get a taste of something different at Henning’s Root Beer Stand in Hoopeston.
Chicago’s Argo Tea serves up more than 40 varieties.