Romeoville is a village in Will County, Illinois, United States. The village is located 26 miles (42 km) southwest of Chicago and is a Chicago Suburb. The population was 39,680 at the 2010 census. It is located in the southwest suburban area of Chicago near the newly constructed I-355 extension south from the Stevenson Expressway (I-55) to I-80. It is the state's 19th largest village.
Restaurants in Romeoville
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Great space. Great beer. Nice people. Fun merch. Metal Monkey seems to understand what it is all about. Visited many local breweries on a recent trip and this was the best.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Family owned and operated Micro-Distillery that specializes in American made Agave Spirits (Tequila) and Premium Rum Spirits. Open for group guided tour and special events. The 5000sq. ft. distillery also has an onsite tasting bar fabricated from an airplane wing! The distillery and bar provide a great place to unwind on the weekends with its island vibe.
I like good tequila and crafted cocktails.
Four of us had two different drinks each. My mojito was not good, friends margarita was not good.
The sweeter chocolate drinks were ok, I did like the old fashioned that was very strong.
Tequila has a unique taste not like typical tequila.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Went to a couple of concerts in Feb. The Rialto remains a great place to attend a concert or probably anything. Beautiful setting, the performers express their high regards to the venue every time. It is good to see the recent good shows being scheduled here lately. We had a long drought there for awhile. Keep the good shows coming and people will attend. Everybody working there is friendly and helpful. Never a bad experience here.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
The Gaylord Building played a vital role in one of the great enterprises of the 19th century: the Illinois & Michigan Canal. A landmark since 1838, its many tenants and uses exemplify the canal’s commercial success as the key to mastery of the American mid-continent. This handsome limestone warehouse originally stored canal construction materials and later housed a variety of commercial ventures. Today it serves as a national example of adaptive re-use and is a gateway to the Illinois & Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor. Visitors will discover in the exhibition galleries the unique heritage of the site and the corridor. The Gaylord Building is a historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Gaylord Building, which was built in 1838 in what is now known as Lockport's historical district, played a pivotal role in the construction of the Illinois and Michigan Canal. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and is listed among the 29 Historic Sites of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Constructed of yellow limestone, it had an Italianate three-story addition added in 1959. Located at 200 West 8th Street, it stands by the I&M Canal, which began in 1836 and was completed in 1848 and spans 96 miles. It was the last link in a waterway connecting the Great Lakes, the Gulf of Mexico via New Orleans and the Atlantic Ocean via New York City. Lockport is situated about 1/3 of the way from the starting point in Chicago's Bridgeport neighborhood on the Chicago River and the end point at La Salle on the Illinois River. Hence, it was a natural location for canal planning, staging and warehousing operations. In fact, the I&M canal headquarters were in Lockport. Today, the Gaylord Building is a hub of canal exhibits, tours and programs. The canal trail runs past the building along the old canal towpath. In addition, the Public Landing restaurant is a popular gathering spot for locals and tourists. History buffs also will be interested to walk south of the Gaylord Building, to the west end of West 8th Street, behind the Will County Historical Society's building, across the railroad tracks, to one of the newest historical attractions in the state. It is the Lincoln Landing, dedicated in 2009, a memorial park that pays tribute to the spot where a young Abraham Lincoln once beached a flatboat. In Illinois, it seems, the hand of Lincoln is everywhere.
5 based on 198 reviews
Bengtson Pumpkin Farm is the premier fall festival and Pumpkin Patch in the Chicagoland area. Established in 1980 the Bengtson family was selling their pumpkin crop to the public from the family farm. Over the past 37 years the farm has come to include one of a kind attractions that have families returning year after year. Our farm has food options that are most easily described as award winning, not your typical festival food. Unlike many other farms and festivals these days Bengtson's admission includes unlimited access to all the rides and activities. One low price for an entire day of fun. There are many options when it comes to pumpkin patches but Bengtson's is the only choice. Our farm is the highest rated and most reviewed farm you will find. The largest corn box play area anywhere, the all new Cow Spin Coaster, all paved walkways so even the newest members of the family can enjoy the farm from the stroller. Bengtson Pumpkin Farm is an experience like no other.
This place is one stop if you have children and need pumpkins. They had carnival rides, food, music, hayrides, even pig races. My grandson loved this corn pit, its like a big sandbox only filling with corn kernels. He was doing cannonballs and snow angels. They could use more changing stations for babies, but it’s all outside so just wing it. On the way out we got some donuts, pumpkins and kettle corn. Fun for the whole family. Weekend are crowded, just a FYI.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Same mass market tween focused stores you'll find at every mall in America. The parking is good, there is one anchor department store but it's a small Macy's and may be closing soon. The restaurants seem to be pretty good. I've been twice during the week at rush hour and the place was basically deserted at 6:00 p.m.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Was just passing by and noticed the big shiny new restaurant has opened. My wife and I were very pleased with the ambiance and food. They are also planning on having outdoor concerts weekly over the summer months on their outdoor patio. Should make for some fun nights!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Explore the art and visual culture of the state of Illinois at the Illinois State Museum Lockport Gallery! Part of the Illinois State Museum system, this branch site opened its doors on May 3, 1987, and features changing exhibitions of art created by past and present Illinois artists. Located on the first floor of the historic Norton Building-a massive limestone structure built around 1850 as a grain-processing center on the Illinois & Michigan Canal-the museum offers visitors of all ages opportunities to discover and reflect in spacious, light-filled galleries that unite the past and present. Group tours and specially planned events provide added dimension to the rotating display of paintings, drawings, sculptures, textiles, works on paper, and multi-media installations, as well as decorative, archeological and ethnographic objects. The Illinois State Museum Lockport Gallery is located in downtown Lockport, Illinois, the heart of the Illinois & Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor. Lockport is 35 miles southwest of the Chicago Loop at the crossroads of Illinois Routes 7 & 171. Free parking is directly in front of the building and dining, shopping, a recreational trail and a nature preserve are just steps away. Admission is FREE. Hours: Monday thru Friday, 9 am - 5 pm; Sunday, noon - 5 pm. Closed Saturdays and State holidays, and during exhibition changes. Wheelchair accessible. --- On display through September 18, 2015: "Focus 4: Four Solo Exhibitions" featuring the work of Barbara Aubin, Guy Benson, Julia Haw and Thom Whalen. "Focus 4" is an ongoing program that highlights work of contemporary accomplished artists in four separate exhibitions. The artists are selected by four fine arts curators from various sites of the state-wide Illinois State Museum system.
Here is a delightful small museum space with professionally curated rotating shows and free admission. How are people not all over this? We were the only people there. They need a press agent to toot their own horn!
4.5 based on 130 reviews
iPic presents our guests with a unique movie experience where they can relax and escape with great comfort, hospitality and amenities.
This place is the best. It combines dinner and a movie in a comfortable seat, small crowd, and the cost ensures you're going to have a good experience - no kids being noisy, no one brings inappropriately young kids/babies in - we are at an...MoreMelissa, We are so happy to be your favorite theater! We are looking forward to your next visit.
5 based on 4 reviews
A very non-descript warehouse of about 75 vehicles in various stages of restoration. Interesting history as to how the owner acquired all these vehicles, spare parts, and advertising documentation and trade hournals. A MUST-SEE if you are a car person or into Model A's. A good collection to see how adaptive the Model A was for various roles from cars to truck platforms.
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