Olney (/ˈɔːlni/ AWL-nee) is a city in Richland County, Illinois, United States. The population was 8,631 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Richland County.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Would totally come back. Cute, tiny, well decorated and maintained interior. Friendly, welcoming locals. Husband had tasty buscuits and gravy. I had a huge sausage and egg croissant. Would definitely stop again.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
We tried the Chicago, Chili Cheese dog, and onion rings here. All very well made, with fresh ingredients. You didn't get the "I just ate fast food" bloat that you get from other fast food places. It's not fine dining but it's a good, quick lunch. They offer various ice cream treats, burgers, salads, and wraps as well. Recommended!
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Several of our friends who were in town for our reunion ate here and highly recommended it. I have to say they were right on! While I didn't try every breakfast place in town, I can't imagine how any of them would be better than Roll With It Bakery.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Fabulous lunch at Ophelia's Cup in Olney, IL. It is billed as a "gourmet espresso cafe", and it definitely had a cafe atmosphere. Service was friendly and quick. Food was delicious; I had the pita sandwich and my daughter had a rueben, which indicates the diversity of the menu. Olney is famous for its white squirrels. It was a nostalgic visit for me since as a student at Eastern Illinois University in 1964, i student taught in Olney.
3 based on 6 reviews
I have had a couple of opportunities to stop in for lunch at this Dairy Queen during the past 2 weeks. The restaurant is clean, the food good and hot and the service was slow but acceptable.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Excellent chili, burgers and old fashioned milk shakes. Very quick and friendly service. Serves breakfast all day but the only drawback is their hash browns. They used to be excellent but I think they got a newer cook who just doesn't quite have the knack yet
4 based on 39 reviews
If you like thin, crispy crust with lots of added spices then you will enjoy this pizza. I haven't had a pizza here that I didn't like. Plenty of seating, wait time is minimal and the staff are very attentive. Check this place out when in the Olney area.
4 based on 23 reviews
Had breakfast here twice and the dinner buffet once while staying in the hotel. Seafood buffet was decent..what you would expect for a Midwest seafood buffet. Lots of fried fish, frog legs, shrimp, etc. Breakfast was very good.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Their pizza is a favorite of our kids, but my husband and I LOVE their pizza, but their lasagna is our favorite. They have individual servings which are very ample, but we also have ordered large pans of lasagna for events. Their red sauce is excellent.
We get carryout, don't dine in, but the restaurant does have tables.
4 based on 18 reviews
Can not believe the reviews indicating that good food is served there. We had Prime Rib with veggies of the day and a baked potato. The wine list is a joke. The tables have old plasticized table clothes that likely have not been cleaned in a while. The prime rib, supposably the best in the area, was tough and gristly - we ordered medium rare. The mixed veggies were steamed to death and limp and tasted horrible - clearly frozen that had been left out a while. In fairness the customer service was quite good, they knocked themselves out to make us happy, but they don't know what decent food is. Family took us there, if you get my drift,,,we told them it was good, I concentrated on drinking as much of the wine as I could to get through dinner. Olney really does not have much to offer in the way of good or healthy food. I must say in fairness, this was by our standards a value-priced meal.
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