Bridgeview is a village in Cook County, Illinois, United States. It is located approximately 13 miles (21 km) southwest of the Chicago Loop. As of the 2010 census, the village population was 16,446. Bridgeview is home to the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer.
Things to do in Bridgeview
4.5 based on 190 reviews
Chuck's Southern Comforts Cafe is a family owned and operated business for 20 years. With 2 locations- Burbank and Darien...We specialize in slow smoked BBQ, Cajun/Creole and Southern Specialty Dishes. In addition, we are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We do carry out, delivery, caterings, banquets, private parties, on-site cookouts and so much more!
Had Korean Chicken wing dinner, cole slaw, & green beans. My sweety had catfish dinner, fries & cole slaw. Everything was delicious. But Kettle One Drink was very expensive & now much of it.
4 based on 98 reviews
Shwarma, kabobs, lamb, non-alcoholic beverages, juices.
Went again to Al Bawadi and again it was amazing
Was visiting town for a show and went with a colleague from work.
We order the food and it was delicious. Hummus, baba ghanouj and a sample with a variety of meats and rice.
The food was enough for 4 or more, which means portions and very well served.
For desert we ordered Kenafa, perfectly cooked and well served.
They don’t serve alcohol, which is usual for a pure middle eastern restaurant, but the mint lemonade was fantastic.
Bill was $75 for two which is more than reasonable.
Service was friendly and we were greeted from the entrance until the end.
Great place, will definitely come back.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
Went to Grand Dukes with friends and colleagues and found a proper feast!
We had the noblemans platter, a dumpling platter, and individual soups. Everything was very good. The food looked and tasted amazing. The atmosphere was rustic yet comfortable with great decor throughout. I can highly recommend a visit here.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Maybe even below average. Mushrooms from a jar, soggy green peppers and bland sausage are not the ingredients that I'm looking for in my pizza. Thin crust was nice enough but was overwhelmed by blah flavor of the toppings. One and done for me, thank you.
4 based on 76 reviews
The Pit Rib House has mastered the art of barbecue using the finest cuts of meat and then slow cooking them over an open wood pit. The result is a delicious, authentic wood-smoked flavor that guests have come to love. Our world famous ribs are fall-off-the-bone tender and smothered in our sweet and tangy sauce.
In the neighborhood and it looked like a nice place. Also, I love BBQ.
Decor is fantastic. I enjoyed all the old stuff they have on the walls. Very comfortable, very clean.
Didn't have brisket my normal BBQ choice so I went with the ribs.
Told the server I was in a hurry...food came in 5 min.
Ribs are good. 1/2 falling off the bone but still need a pull. Sauce on the ribs seemed different than the jar on the table. Sorry to say but I didn't think the sauce on the table was special...rib sauce tasted much better. Cooking it?
Good cole slaw and fries.
Even though I gave it a 4 if I lived around there I'd be going a few times a month.
Really like everything.
4.5 based on 141 reviews
Home to America's favorite Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef, burgers, salads, and chocolate cake.
I'm an avid hotdog lover being born and raised in Chicago. While I've had my share of excellent hotdogs in standalone restaurants it's hard to find a good one in a restaurant chain...that is until I tasted the dogs from This place. Excellent! Mouthwatering! Fulfilling! Whether you eat in or do the drive through you won't be disappointed by either the atmosphere or any of the food.
4 based on 249 reviews
T.G.I. Friday’s, in the Midway Hotel Center, is the perfect place to eat while heading to Midway Airport. The energetic atmosphere will make for an unforgettable dining experience in Chicago. Indulge in T.G.I. Friday’s classic menu of delicious entrees and signature cocktails, while you enjoy the convenient location on Cicero Avenue and free shuttle service to Midway.
I was staying at the Hyatt Place and walked over to the TGI Fridays for dinner.
(equally convenient for all the other hotels at the airport hotel campus)
I wanted a lighter meal, and chose a Caesar Salad with chicken. It fit the bill well
but is served with a bit too much dressing for me. My server was perhaps a bit new to the position, but did an acceptable job. Interestingly, the dish was served by another person from the kitchen, even though it was not that busy.
The atmosphere is fine, but the overall experience was only OK. Value was good.
5 based on 4 reviews
Andy's Frozen Custard is a quick service frozen dessert business. We are a freestanding restaurant with drive through and walk-up service windows. We sell delicious frozen custard treats. Andy's has a wide variety of treats from simple vanilla or chocolate cones to seasonal favorites like our Pumpkin Pie Concretes and Strawberry Shortcake Sundaes.
What a delightful day it was while driving by and their sign stated Free Sundaes to all today all day! We stopped in and enjoyed a delicious Hot Fudge Sundae for free, each of us. We added toasted pecans for a small fee, but it was our choice. While there, the stream of people never stopped and everyone enjoyed their sundaes! This location opened in June and we thought what a nice generous display for Good Will and Great Public Relations! They deserved a mention on Tripadvisor, and the custard is very good. Many choices available. The place is new and everything is very clean and the help were friendly and efficient. Andy's is still rather new to the South Chicagoland, but with growing numbers of locations popping up here and there. Wish them well and do stop in for a great treat!
4 based on 32 reviews
Good parking and service. Italian beef sandwiches and trimmings are excellent. Other types of food available.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Was passing by and had an early lunch (11:30). First time here, but I could see that many other people quickly arriving afterward were pretty much regulars, just watching them order. It took me a while to order from their pretty large menu. So we both tried their Italian Sausage with sweet peppers. The special that day, Tuesday, was the Italian Sausage and it came with soup and fries. The soup was delicious, served hot and it was a very thick with nice consistency cream of chicken with rice, and some crackers with it. Very good! The Italian Sausage served on a very good Italian bread, crusty and not so big so that all you taste is bread, bread, bread as sometimes you get in other places. Their's was very good. Sausage very good, not fattty, and the green peppers were very good and generous. Service was quick, inside tables were plenty and the place was clean. We already said we would try their gyros next time we are in the neighborhood. Thumbs up!
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