Satisfy your craving: Explore Calumet City restaurants.
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Calumet City Restaurants
Calumet City Restaurants
In Chicago, The Grafton Pub & Grill opened in 2002 with the goal of serving classic Irish cuisine and �pub-grub� to the community. More than a decade later, the community has spoken and The Grafton has become a great success. A list of American craft and international beers complement the menu items along with a long list of whiskeys from around the world.
Peruse the menu and stop at �burger town� for a build-your-own option or choose a hand created burger like �The Beckett� topped with cheddar cheese, bacon and a fried egg. Also available are soups, wraps, salads, pasta and a children�s menu, along with coffee, tea and one spectacular dessert � oven baked apple pie.More
Experience the warmth, hospitality and bold flavors of Thailand at Rosded Restaurant. For over 40 years, Rosded has been Chicago's go-to spot for spicy, savory Thai delicacies. Centrally located in the heart of the city's Lincoln Square, this venerated eatery features classic Thai cuisine, prepared fresh to order.
Rosded Restaurant's menu includes perennial favorites such as pad Thai, pad see yew, sum tom salad, hearty noodle soups, curries and fried-rice dishes plus a wide variety of crowd-pleasing starters like chicken satay, potstickers, spring rolls and crispy egg rolls. Each creation is carefully prepared to ensure that the authentic flavors of Thailand shine through. Every dish can be made mild or spicy to meet each diner's unique desires. Rosded Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily; takeout is also available.More
Experience Old World Germany in the heart of the city at Chicago Brauhaus. For over 40 years, this classic eatery has brought Bavarian hospitality and hearty cuisine to Lincoln Square. Friends, families and visitors gather to listen to live music, dance, share cold beers and dine on German specialties inside Chicago Brauhaus's large, rustic dining hall.
The menu features timeless Teutonic fare, including sauerbraten, schnitzels, homemade soups, salads, signature sausages and more. American favorites, including Buffalo wings, sandwiches and burgers, round out the lengthy menu. Chicago Brauhaus boasts a comprehensive beer menu, including German and domestic beers. It hosts school events for chaperoned events, as well as special on-site celebrations for Oktoberfest, Christmas and more. The dining hall is open daily for lunch and dinner, Wednesday through Monday.More
Spyners Pub is a popular karaoke bar in Chicago. It's situated close to both public transit and major roadways. Spyners Pub is just blocks from the Old Town School of Folk Music. It's a casual and group-friendly venue with wall-mounted televisions, a popcorn machine, an oversized bar and a pool table. This tavern features live entertainment throughout the year and street parking is available.
Spyners Pub has has reviews in MetroMix, Time-Out Chicago and the Chicago Bar Project. Patrons can watch the latest sporting events, play darts or a game of billiards while listening to music from the jukebox. This pub offers cocktails, beer and other libations. It also has drink specials and hosts private parties.More
If you have an appetite for traditional Japanese dining, then Sushi Tokoro in Chicago will not disappoint. Thanks to the all-you-can-eat option sushi that is always running during lunch and dinner, your appetite wonÕt stand a chance. There are also the massive party trays that feature California rolls, spicy tuna rolls, angel hair rolls, rainbow rolls, green dragon rolls and many more.
Another option at Sushi Tokoro is to sit at the hibachi grill and watch your chef cook you twin lobster tails, steak, scallops, calamari, chicken and a number of other savory options. At Sushi Tokoro, you can also order miso soup, a house salad, seaweed salad, five different types of teriyaki and nearly 20 special rolls.More
Los Nopales, in Chicago's Ravenswood Garden neighborhood, offers festive Mexican dishes with a colorful ambiance. Dishes such as the skirt steak special with Mexican sausage and queso fresco are served alongside the gooey chile relleno and flautas de pollo, crispy fried corn tortillas stuffed with cheese and tender chicken. The chocolate lava cake served a la mode, as well as flan and cheesecake flavors of the day, will round out your experience at Los Nopales perfectly.
This BYOB restaurant does not skimp on portions either, as diners experience when they order the signature carne asada dish. The prices and atmosphere may be casual, but the dining is not. Friendly service and excellent food in a welcoming atmosphere sets Los Nopales apart.More