1010 East Columbian N Blvd
Litchfield, IL 62056
Phone: (217) 324-9260
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Bars & Cafes
Porter's Steakhouse makes a very strong statement for all steak lovers out there.The signature Pepperloin- a superbly cooked, wonderfully flavored cut of beef, has been a consistent crowd puller at Porter's. The decor displays sublime traces of modernity and chicness. A unique touch of Porter's is a resident sommelier with a thorough knowledge of wines, who sashays across the floor with a fine array of wines. This steakhouse also provides entertainment and hosts several occasions in their versatile private rooms.
The Tin Can Pub is a local favorite in downtown Springfield. Located a short distance from the State Capitol, this dive bar is a great place to enjoy a brew from over 80 beer varieties or a specialty cocktail. The jukebox keeps patrons entertained, and so does live performances that are staged here through the week. Their eclectic schedule features local bands, karaoke nights and shows.
This English-style pub offers 20 beers on tap and over 25 bottled beers, along with sandwiches, salads, and snacks. A beer garden is also on-site.
Hosting concerts of local as well as touring artists and bands, Boondocks on North Dirksen in Springfield is a perfect place to hangout in the company of friends. This vibrant pub has a large dance floor in front of the stage where you can dance to the thumping tunes played by the bands or DJs. The steady flow of beverages from the bar ensures that the spirit doesn't die until late in the night. With a lot of options available in grill food like chicken wings, burgers and more, the Boondocks surely knows how to cater to the music-loving crowd.
Crown Candy Kitchen is where to go when you want to fulfill your sweet and savory cravings. The moment you enter the shop you'll feel as if you've stepped back in time - there are charming booths and a jukebox that you can bop your head to. Order one of their many special malts (butterscotch, chocolate, and vanilla are a few), try some of their candies, and be sure to sink your teeth into their famous BLT sandwich before you leave.
The Zodiac Lounge is a good old bar that caters exclusively to those over 35, and prides itself on serving some great drinks and bites. Located in southern St. Louis, this little place has modest interiors, which give it a rustic and home-like feel. The atmosphere is cozy and comfy, where patrons can enjoy themselves, without the chatter or loud music.
Situated at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis, Cielo has more than just fantastic views of Downtown St. Louis in store for you. From its position on the eighth floor of the hotel, the restaurant and bar naturally affords you views of the Gateway Arch and other attractions, but the menu is incentive enough to draw you in. Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, the restaurant has a few specials to offer you as well. There is a USD15 working lunch special, as well as a four-course dinner menu you can pick. The wine list has something to complement any meal you may be having. Bar hours vary; check the website for details.
Take a break from gaming at Lumière Place casino by grabbing a bite and catching all the live sporting action at Stadium Sports Bar & Grill. Over 55 screens and a wide variety of beers, both on tap and by the bottle, make this a popular haunt on game days. If you're not a sports fan, you'll still want to stop by just to try Stadium's delicious sandwiches, steaks and pizzas. If you complete the "Stadium Challenge," that is, manage to finish a six pound reuben along with all the sides, your meal is free, and you get a T-shirt to boot!
Each day brings something different to Laughs on the Landing; an open mic night, improv, and a variety of comedians are accompanied by a full service bar and a menu offering traditional bar snacks. Box Office hours are available on the website.
Named after Missouri politician Robert E. Hannegan, the restaurant is modeled after the U.S. Senate Dining Room. In other words, it instantly brings to mind luxury and patriotism. Many of the menu items, dating back over 20 years, are traditional American favorites. The house specialty is a 20-ounce stuffed, double-rib pork chop. A full bar is available. The restaurant will appeal to those who enjoy comfortable booth dining, flag-adorned walls and lively acoustics. Local jazz musicians frequently provide evening entertainment.
With its 37 gigantic LCD TVs, its swanky, yet laid back atmosphere, and its fun and accessible location, Over/Under is where the sports fans need to be when the game is on. The name Over/Under is a betting term that refers to the number of points opposing teams score in a game. Though a friendly wager may be called for during the playoffs, the menu, fun staff, and large projector screen make this sports bar a sure bet.
Who says you have to only order from the menu? Create your own yogurt and select your favorite toppings at Bella’s Frozen Yogurt Café. With its weekly-changing menu, Bella's always has something new to offer and savor. Flavors like Valencia Orange Sorbet, French Vanilla and toppings like Cinnamon Streusel and Peanut Butter Cup beckon you to simply order a cup and devour it. What more, if you are hosting a party, the cafe also delivers individual portions with a complete selection of toppings.