Archive For The “restaurants” Category

Culver’s Partners with Chicago Police Memorial Foundation to Make a Difference

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Culver’s Partners with Chicago Police Memorial Foundation to Make a Difference

Culver’s Partners with Chicago Police Memorial Foundation to Make a Difference Lyons, IL. (Grassroots Newswire) January 10, 2019– Since opening the doors of the first restaurant in 1984, Culver’s® has been committed to being an active member in its local community. On Monday,January 14 eight Chicago-land Culver’s locations will carry on that tradition by hosting…

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Red Robin in Orland Park closed after Carbon Monoxide affects 24 customers

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Red Robin in Orland Park closed after Carbon Monoxide affects 24 customers

Red Robin in Orland Park closed after Carbon Monoxide affects 24 customers The Orland Fire Protection District treated 24 customers at the Red Robin Restaurant in Orland Park after they reported feeling sick on Friday Nov. 30, 2018. Four of the customers were taken to area hospitals after the OFPD determined that the cause was…

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Sprinkler extinguishes early morning fire at Patio Restaurant in Orland Park

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Sprinkler extinguishes early morning fire at Patio Restaurant in Orland Park

Sprinkler extinguishes early morning fire at Patio Restaurant in Orland Park An early morning fire at the Patio Restaurant was controlled by a fire sprinkler minimizing damage and was quickly extinguished when firefighters arrived. At about 01:30 AM this morning, Thursday Nov. 22, 2018, Orland Fire Protection DIstrict was dispatched to the Patio Restaurant, 7830…

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Bob Bong on Business: Gas N Wash to open second Mokena location

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Bob Bong on Business: Gas N Wash to open second Mokena location

Bob Bong on Business: Gas N Wash to open second Mokena location By Bob Bong Mokena-based Gas n Wash has announced it will open a second location in Mokena at 6 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 16, at 19990 S. LaGrange Road. It will be the company’s seventh location. The company also operates Food n Fuel…

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The key to a good deli is a great corned beef sandwich

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The key to a good deli is a great corned beef sandwich

The key to a good deli is a great corned beef sandwich Always on the hunt for a great corned beef sandwich. It’s not easy when you live in Chicagoland’s Southwest Suburbs, but there are a few that come close. Nothing like the great corned beef sandwiches you can get at Manny’s in the south…

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Chicago announces 2018 Millennium Park summer season events

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Chicago announces 2018 Millennium Park summer season events

Chicago announces 2018 Millennium Park summer season events Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) are pleased to announce the dates for Millennium Park’s 2018 summer season which runs from May through September. Millennium Park will offer traditional favorites like the Chicago House Music Festival, Chicago Gospel Music…

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Double dipping tipping is getting out of hand

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Double dipping tipping is getting out of hand

Double dipping tipping is getting out of hand Service industry businesses like restaurants, limousines, hotels and cruise lines are getting into the habit of imposing a 20 percent “tip” for services rendered to customers. But they are still asking for an additional “tip” when the bill arrives. A “tip” is supposed to reflect a customers…

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Finding the best Sunday Brunch restaurants

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Finding the best Sunday Brunch restaurants

Finding the best Sunday Brunch restaurants It seems like the Sunday Brunch has gone out of style or something. A lot of the great restaurants that once offered wide variety brunch menus seem to have disappeared. But if you look hard enough, there are a few worth the effort on a late Sunday morning By…

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All you can eat Brazilian steak houses

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All you can eat Brazilian steak houses

All you can eat Brazilian steak houses One of my favorite restaurants is the Brazilian steakhouse where waiters serve the Churrascaria food selections on skewers one slice at a time with a huge salad bar in the background. Texas de Brazil is at the top of the list but I have enjoyed them all including…

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Chicago releases its 2018 Special Events Schedule

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Chicago releases its 2018 Special Events Schedule

Chicago releases its 2018 Special Events Schedule Year of Creative Youth January–December 2018 Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events have designated 2018 as the “Year of Creative Youth.” The $2 million investment by the City of Chicago will include a Creative Youth Festival across the Millennium Park Campus, performance…

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The Dugout reopens

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The Dugout reopens

The Dugout reopens Longtime Burbank restaurant has loyal customers smiling By Steve Metsch Ray Sierakowski said it “felt like home” when he eating a hot dog Oct. 23 at The Dugout. Hey, it’s been more than four months since he could enjoy food at his favorite restaurant in Burbank. “I went to a few other…

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