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"Fun time on a Friday with a fish fry and live entertainment plus bar band."
reviewed 4 weeks ago by J G
Friendly atmosphere and staff. Interesting old school building converted to this cultural and social venue.
Great museum and displays. Enjoyed the traditional and modern art hung throughout the building. Of particular interest was the display on the history of the key Irish American influence on American League baseball.
Good food at a great price on a Lenten fish fry Friday.
$$ - $$$ • Peruvian, Latin, Seafood, Spanish, South American
reviewed March 24, 2019 by Tom H
Ay Ay Picante has been both a family and couples favorite of mine. Before ordering be careful not to fill up on the delicious verde salsa and bread! My three favorite appetizers are the fried calamari, Empanadas Peruvian, and the tamale filled with chicken,nuts and olives cooked in a banana peel. There is an extensive menu from which to chose...
It was really a cruddy night with the weather, so we wanted something close, but good. We decided on Marie's Liquor & Pizza. A lot of people must have had the same idea, as it was, actually, pretty crowded. We were seated immediately, though. Our server was there for our drink order and we ended up ordering a large 16...
"Flavorful Afghan Food Worth Going Out of Your Way For"
reviewed July 29, 2018 by maryjok456
This is one of my new favorite ethnic restaurants. It is not a huge place and flooring could use a little facelift. Prices are inexpensive and food is deeee-licious. I highly recommend all of the following dishes.
Bulanee Kachaloo: Afghan Kabob's special turnovers filled with mashed potatoes, exotic herbs and special seasoning. Served with homemade yogurt.
Bourani Kadu: Sliced sauteed...
Susie's is a Chicago icon. Old-fashioned burgers, excellent fries, at least 50 kinds of sandwiches and milkshakes. Walk up/in, drive up, picnic tables outside. It's perfect for all ages, and stays open late. I love the confused chicken sandwich; you have to try it.
I came with my family by accident. We were on our way home from the airport and we were all very hungry, so i stopped here and decided to try the pizza. We ordered Franks special large which consisted of sausages, peppers, mushrooms and onion on thin crust and a pound of fried shrimp. The crust was just right and...