Casual plus dining for every day eating and drinking. Wholesome ingredients. Website describes it as natural harmony of “earth and ocean”. We think this is a great restaurant. Attentive staff, hip and comfortable setting, excellent menu. Upscale enough for entertaining customers and associates, casual enough for daily dining, perfect for date night.
Casual American-style eats and craft beer.
Mago features original Mexican and Latin cuisine. The creation of Chefs Juan Luis Gonzalez and Ric Munoz, this B.Y.O.B eatery in downtown Arlington Heights offers the classics along with a seasonal selection of appetizers including three ceviches, fresh salads, and main dish entrees of steak, chicken, pork and seafood.
Named after a time-honored tradition in which bourbon barrels are stored and age, this BBQ and smokehouse joint also features local craft beers and regionally distilled whiskeys and bourbons. The menu here includes all the staples of traditional BBQ, from wings and brisket to meatloaf and loaded mac and cheese.
Ditka’s latest restaurant is now open, complete with a large private dining space for meetings and events and a menu with salads, burgers, quick bites, and the signature big steaks, chops and fresh fish.
Food historians say that French cuisine was so popular in 18th century St. Petersbury that Empress Elizabeth of Russia sent scores of chefs to study in Paris. Deka celebrates the history of French/Russian cuisine with fresh ingredients – expertly prepared by a chef with La Francais experience. Deka offers a selection of 50 vodkas, including house-made infusions, and a comprehensive wine list has been paired with the food by an in-house sommelier.