Lincolnshire is a village in Vernon Township, Lake County, in the U.S. state of Illinois. The village is a northern suburb of Chicago. The population of Lincolnshire was 7,275 at the 2010 census. Lincolnshire was incorporated on August 5, 1957, from the unincorporated Half Day area when land was purchased to build a residential subdivision. The community underwent an aggressive era of expansion from 1983 to the 1990s. The Des Plaines River bisects the village, passing from north to south; Illinois Route 22 also divides the village into two parts, crossing the village from east to west.
Things to do in Lincolnshire
4.5 based on 270 reviews
Long lines. Overcrowded tables. Poorly cooked food. I have come several times before, food is usually very good and fresh.
Today the potato pancakes that came with my spinach crepes tasted like they precooked and reheated. The bottoms were burnt and the consistency was heavy and in appetizing. People were shoved in at the ends of tables and moving around was extremely difficult. I kept thinking that if there was a fire people would not be able to get out. I would come at an off time Not
On a Sunday.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
Home to America's favorite Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef, burgers, salads, and chocolate cake.
Portillo's ... many in Chicago rave about the restaurant. The drive-through line-ups are always long. The food: lots of its and made fresh and hot. The food was too greasy for my taste but this certainly comfort food.
4.5 based on 384 reviews
With a name like Buffalo Grove, it's only fitting that we have a giant buffalo overlooking our main dining room! This location is a full service restaurant and bar, with carry-out and delivery serving Buffalo Grove and parts of Long Grove, Lincolnshire, and Wheeling. We offer catering and have private event spaces available for up to 80 people. Lou Malnati's Pizzeria is the home of the best pizza in Chicago. Our signature Chicago-style deep dish pizza is made using a recipe that has been handed down through the generations. Today, Lou Malnati's is recognized as one of the most iconic and best restaurants in Chicago.
Lou Malnati's serves authentic Chicago-style deep-dish pizza in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. The pizzas do take about 45 minutes to cook, so don't be in a hurry. Start off with their wonderful Lou's salad while you are waiting. Service is almost always friendly and...MoreThank you for your feedback! We are happy to hear you enjoyed your deep dish pizza and had a great experience while dining in with us. We look forward to serving you again soon!
4.5 based on 463 reviews
Step back in time to when going out for dinner meant something really special. From the decor to the jazz music, Wildfire has the style and warmth that makes it perfect for celebrating with friends or a quiet evening for two. The extensive menu features broiled steaks and chops, wood-roasted seafood and roasted meats, all prepared in an open kitchen. Signature dishes include Horseradish Crusted Filet Mignon, Macadamia Nut Crusted Halibut, Wildfire Chopped Salad and Cedar Planked Salmon. So order a signature martini or one of our many wines by the glass, then sit back and enjoy the 1940s supper club experience of Wildfire.
Happily for us, Wildfire in Lincolnshire was open Christmas Eve and we had a lovely dinner. The enticing bread basket offers small onion rolls, black bread rolls, and corn bread. We had to ask for a refill. Three of us shared the small chopped salad. I had an open-faced Mediterranean salmon sandwich, which included avocado, arugula, tomatoes, cucumber and yogurt sauce. Really excellent. For my side dish, I had the roasted vegetables, also very tasty. We shared a sampler plate of three delicious dessert selections. A great meal!
4 based on 184 reviews
Real Urban Barbecue has four Chicagoland locations in Downtown Highland Park (610 Central Ave. #177), Vernon Hills (1260 S. Milwaukee Ave.), Oak Brook (2119 Clearwater Drive) and Skokie, IL (5328 W. Touhy Ave). Real Urban Barbecue specializes in dine in, carryout, and private or corporate catering. Their menu features homemade BBQ sauce and slow-smoked items like their famous burnt ends, award winning ribs, pulled pork, Turkey, brisket and chicken, all slowly rotated on 11 Cookshack smokers capable of smoking 12,000 pounds of meat daily. RUB also offers sandwiches, fresh salads, comfort sides… And come for the barbecue, stay for the dessert! Real Urban Barbecue has recently expanded their spread of baked goods to satisfy your sweet tooth courtesy of the Real Urban Bakery.
Been here several times during family visits. The BBQ, particularly the burnt ends, ribs, brisket and chicken are good, and the many sides to pick from are good as well. The drawbacks are the long lines, cafeteria style ordering, pick up, and wait to pay, all make it frustrating when your food is cooled by the time you get to the table when you can find a seat. A bit over priced in my opinion for the portion and quality of the food. Our son and grandkids love the place so we'll be going back many times.
4 based on 217 reviews
Asian restaurant that has a bunch of asian types of food wrapped into one.. The bar where you make your own bowl.. (Mongolian style) is cool. The food overall is underwhelming but cool change when looking for a different style. I had the sesame chicken bowl, the fried green beans and the cold noodles.. All just ok. Our server was Excellent.
4 based on 175 reviews
Came here for the hibachi meal with some associates, and the meal was made as expected, fresh and quick. If you've been to this type of place, you know the drill with the speedy knives, flying shrimp pieces and flambé demonstrations. I'd say that the pricing was reasonable for the location and type of food.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
'have been enjoying exceptional Japanese cuisine here for years.
The seafood is always first rate / sushi-grade and offered in numerous variations of preparations. 'have been fortunate to dine here often with Japanese friends and there is a 'Japanese' menu [in addition to their front of the house/official menu]. 'have tried the spectrum of their offerings and have yet to hit a missed note.
Although their sake offerings are - somewhat, limited, they do have Sapporo Premium on draft and a full bar.
Service can't be improved on, as they're most hospitable and genuinely care about how they're perceived.
I can't recommend this establishment highly enough.
They do luncheon specials that are of exceptionally good value; with their Bento-box luncheon offerings of beef, salmon or chicken teriyaki [either of which come with fried-rice, miso-soup, tempura shrimp and vegetables, as well as a choice of various rolls], for just $12.99 hard to pass up mid-day.
Free/self-parking is available in the lot immediately out front of the restaurant and their menu is available on line/on their web-site [though not the highly variable, handwritten in Japanese menu; for that you'll have to ask when you're there].
Japanese: "乾杯" (kanpai, lit. "Empty the glass", similar to "bottoms up" in English)
4 based on 276 reviews
Loud. Good for business dinners. Good not great food. Good for wine snobs I think... I’m not one. It’s not my kind of place, but it is popular. They have a gift shop, that should tell you something.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
First the positives. The service was attentive, friendly, and fast. The food was delicious, and quite reasonably priced.The atmosphere, although not at all fancy, was nice and homey. Now for the negatives. The spinach and cheese pizza, although very good, would have probably been a bit better if it had a little less cheese so that the spinach stood out more. That's it. Sound like a picky thing to complain about? Can't argue, but that's the only thing even vaguely come up with as a negative, and that's the reason it got a five star review. This place really is that good. The cold plate of mixed grilled vegetables, Italian meats and cheeses was worth the visit all by itself. Both the vegetable sandwich and the caprisi sandwich were excellent.We were in the Chicago area for a few days during our vacation, and ate at this place twice. Since it's several hundred miles from home I'm not going to claim I'm going to become a regular, but I will say that it was the best meal I had in the Chicago area, as well as one of the least expensive.
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