Sycamore is a city in DeKalb County, Illinois, United States. It has a commercial district based and centered on Illinois Route 64. The population was 17,519 at the 2010 census, up from 12,020 in 2000. Sycamore is the county seat of DeKalb County and was named after the sycamore tree.
Restaurants in Sycamore
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Great food and great atmosphere. Staff was very accommodating to my large family. Nice place for burger and beer, but no craziness your kids can't see.
5 based on 106 reviews
We believe that great whiskey isn't made. It's Grown. At Whiskey Acres, we go well beyond small batch distilling. We are the first Estate Distillery in Illinois and one of the few in the United States. We grow our own corn, wheat and rye and distill it into award winning bourbon, vodka and rye whiskey. Weekend tours include an overview of the production process, a peek at the farm, a stroll through the barrel warehouse and a tasting in our historic tasting room. We are temporarily closed for the season and will reopen in the spring of 2018.
What a great time and atmosphere. We had a great time on the tour and our guide was excellent in explaining the process. If you are ever in the area it is worth the time to enjoy a drink and take a tour.
5 based on 18 reviews
We went to Genoa downtown for lunch for the first time and saw this winery, decided to check it out. Iit did not disappoint. It is very welcoming and a customer came over to chat with us. A sales came over asking if we need help and recommend their wines. We left with four different bottles.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Opened in 2004 after renovating the old Sycamore Community Center, the Midwest Museum of Natural History began with a donation of animal displays & grew rapidly from there. Today the museum seeks to inspire an appreciation for the great diversity of the natural environment & human culture through education & recreation. Please visit our website for scheduled events-- there's something every week!
The animals are very interesting to see up close. It is amazing that something of this caliber is in such a small town. But that what makes it so great and so surprising. It is inexpensive, easy to get to, and has personal attention unlike a big town museum. They have some great interactive exhibits, although I wish they had more hands on activities more often.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Built in 1879 by Isaac Ellwood for the incredible price of forty thousand dollars, this magnificent mansion is a window into the American past of wealth and opportunity. Ellwood was the co-inventor of barbed wire and parlayed it into a fabulous fortune. The house is actually part of a complex of structures that sit on about two acres, a fraction of the original estate. The welcome center holds a museum that tells the Ellwood story. Period furniture and photos abound. Another house was repository for the considerable collection of trinkets his wife collected from around the world. A water tower and a giant dollhouse complete the tableau. But it's the big house that pays the bills. There is a modest fee but worth it. A docent leads the way and explains the history if the museum didn't connect. No picture taking inside, the only bummer. The tour goes from top to bottom, from servants quarters to concert hall in the attic. Wear sensible shoes, no elevator. Grand furnishings, of course. Dark wood and gold murals throughout. The rich are different in any age.
4 based on 6 reviews
Star Worlds Arcade is locally owned and operated since 1985. Inducted into the International Registry of Historic Video Game Arcades in 2011 by Walter Day of Twin Galaxies. Arcade offers many classic arcade games from the 1980's, some newer video games and pinball tables. Over 40 games to choose from. 30 Tokens for $5.00. Open to the public, no admission fees. Private party's can be arranged. Game sales and service also available.
lots and lots of old retro games. real pinball and others. The price is right and for $5 a kid they have a ball not expensive. A real cheap night if you have a few kids to entertain.
4 based on 5 reviews
Good place for college kids to gather and have fun. Food is okay but the bar is the attraction for serving up the drinks. Large space inside.
4 based on 5 reviews
The historic Egyptian Theatre opened in 1929 and is the largest auditorium in DeKalb County seating 1,400. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Theatre features live events, concerts, community events, films, and special events. The Theatre is owned and operated by the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization Preservation of Egyptian Theatre, Inc.
This historic theater throws special events like when I was there to see Second City touring company (which by the way was just so-so). It has been lovingly restored ...or is being restored by what appears to be a very dedicated staff. Dedicated to making sure you dont "smuggle in" contraband beer during their performances! No no...make sure most of the staff is checking at the needed.
4 based on 3 reviews
Located off north 1st Street in DeKalb, Buena Vista is a 9-hole golf course that also includes a number of practice areas such as the driving range, 9-hole pitch & putt, and practice greens. With all these amenities, Buena Vista is a great place for golfers of ages and skill levels to play.
If you are looking to get out for a round of golf and not break the bank this course is for you. easy to walk, some challenging holes over water. None of the holes are overly long, and the course is usually in decent condition. Worth the price!
3.5 based on 5 reviews
My husband and I eat here often, as there are some healthy mexican style dishes. The food is well seasoned, and the dishes well prepared. the portions are so generous we have lately taken to ordering one dish for the two of us. There is a lively and somewhat noisy bar attached, the positive side of this is good beer with dinner. Also al fresco dining in the warmer weather, very pleasant outdoor eating. Pleasant decor.
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