175 Remington Boulevard
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Phone: (630) 378-5300
Fax: (630) 378-5400
175 Remington Boulevard, Bolingbrook, IL, US, 60440
- Phone: (630) 378-5300
- Fax: (630) 378-5400
Whether you want to watch the latest sporting action with your pals or enjoy the scintillating live music performances by talented bands, Tailgaters has got every aspect of entertainment covered for you. Located on West Boughton Road in Bolingbrook, this eclectic bar comprises of a large dance floor where you can either cut loose and dance with your friends, or have a quiet meal and relax with your family. Enjoy the culinary delights like burgers, sandwiches, entrees, pizzas and wraps. Apart from live music, the bar hosts karaoke nights, DJ nights and other exciting events throughout the week to make sure you come back for more.
Mago Grill & Cantina - Bolingbrook is not your run of the mill Mexican restaurant. It serves contemporary Mexican laced with some Latin influences and the food is just yum. Not to forget the decadent chocolate molten cake, Tres Leches cake, Mexican churros, fried ice cream and more. The bar has a good range of tequilas, cocktails and other drinks to quench your thirst. Thursday night is Mariachi night at Mago's. With excellent service, friendly staff and delightful food, Mago is just the place for you.
Francesca’s at The Promenade is one of the chains of the Francesca's Restaurants and is located in the Bolingbrook shopping district. The restaurant has high ceilings, a fireplace, an outdoor patio and a unique bar. You will like the fascinating rural Italian photos adorning the walls. Serving authentic Northern Italian food to the neighborhood of Bolingbrook, Francesca's offers a warm and inviting ambiance along with gorgeous Italian delicacies and fine drinks. Kids get to eat free on Mondays. So if you are looking out for an Italian restaurant where you can bring in your family and friends to have a nice time, then Francesca’s at The Promenade is the place for you.
Hidden away at the Bolingbrook Golf Club, The Nest Bar & Grill is a perfect place for a casual dinner with family. An extension of the elegant golf club, the restaurant is a perfect place to indulge in delicacies such as steaks, salads, sandwiches, burgers as well as ravioli and fajitas. Walk in for a great time.
Walk into Blue Ginger for delicious sushi at a reasonable price. The restaurant is the local favorite because the chef is always getting creative and trying out new combinations. New flavors and seasonal ingredients make a wonderful sushi meal. Some of the must-try rolls include Crunch Melt, Urban Heat, and King Crab Tropicana.
A fun night out, Irish style, is guaranteed at Tommy Nevin's. The restaurant and pub is always bustling with activity, and there is some great food and drink to be had. You can enjoy typical pub grub like blackened seafood tacos and chicken BLT wraps, or opt for Irish comfort food like shepherd's pie, corned beef and cabbage and Guinness beef tips. There are daily drink specials as well as fun events like trivia nights.
Francesca's Passaggio joins its sister restaurant - La Sorella di Francesca in Naperville and brings an authentic Italian dining experience to the Western suburb. Patrons get to dine in spacious and elegant interiors that elicit a warm atmosphere, reminiscent of Italian tratorias. Light colors and photographs of rural Italy adorn the walls, adding to the unassuming ambiance. Food is an authentic affair with regional Italian specialties like Antipasti, pizzas and various seafood and meat entrees lining up the menu. A mature wine selection perfectly complements each course, adding a finesse to the experience. Private dining is also offered; walk-ins are welcomed.
Chef/owner Soon Park brings traditional sushi and raw Japanese delights to the Chicago metro area with Sushi by Chef Soon. Diners get to experience a casual and understated atmosphere featuring elegant interiors and friendly service. The menu focuses on original flavors and fresh local produce with favorites like Seven Spiced Ahi, Maui Tartare, Sunomono, Gyoza and Wakame Salad. The Maki rolls, Sashimi, Nigiri and Sushi can be enjoyed at the sushi counter or a la carte. Walk-ins are welcomed.
Rosebud Italian Specialties & Pizzeria is one of the best spots in downtown Naperville to experience traditional Italian cuisine in an upscale and modern setting. Menu here is not your standard fare but has all the classic standbys and chef's specials. Some of the favorites include the "Brick" Chicken, Pork Chop Calabrese, Eggplant Rotolo, Mama's Meatballs and Skirt Steak Velasco. Wine pairings and rich desserts add to the whole experience. Patrons can either dine inside or on the lovely patio when the weather permits. Reservations are welcomed.
This steakhouse, arguably one of the best in the city, is a great venue for private events. It has a rewards program as well so patrons keep an eye out for it. It's better to make reservations for your evening at the Sullivan's Steakhouse - Naperville, so do check the website for more information.
Experience a comfortable and elegant atmosphere featuring regional Italian food at La Sorella di Francesca. Tucked in the restaurant strip in the historic Naperville district, this chain restaurant delivers a simple menu featuring classic favorites and modern spins on old standbys. The minimally furnished interiors exude an understated ambiance that befits every occasion whether formal or casual. Service is friendly and the price range is decent. Must-trys would have to be the Quattro Stagioni, Tilapia A Granchio, Linguine A Funghtto and Calamari Fritti. The overall dining experience will make you momentarily forget that you are dining at a chain restaurant and will give you a sense of European-style dining. Reserve ahead to avoid disappointments.
Definitely a popular spot with the business lunch crowd, Catch 35 offers some of the freshest seafood you will find in Naperville. Whether you prefer one of the many Asian-accented fish dishes or a juicy Australian lobster tail, your appetite will be whetted by the display case brimming with the best the sea has to offer. The ambiance is quite comfortable - the lighting is dim and the wood/marble trim lends an easy elegance to your dining experience. The price tag, however, can be a bit intimidating, with most dishes ranging between $20 and $40. This is a good place to dine if you have an expense account. The restaurant's proximity to the theater district makes it an excellent choice for a pre- or post-show bite.