Enjoy world-class dining in Chicago's western suburbs!
Just 20 miles west of Chicago, DuPage County offers a wide variety of epicurean delights, with cuisine choices that are as varied as the people who live here. From all-American to ethnic and exotic, DuPage offers something to please just about every palate and pocketbook.
Another plus about dining in Chicago’s western suburbs is that you can feast on free parking, reasonable prices, friendly service, and a relaxed suburban atmosphere.
Take your taste buds on a tantalizing journey. Grab a quick bite on the go with the family or linger over a decadent gourmet meal for two. And don’t overlook the hotel restaurants in DuPage that provide some of the finest dining in the Chicago area.
Brunches & Buffets
The Drury Lane Theatre & Conference Center (Oakbrook Terrace) has a Sunday Champagne Brunch buffet that was voted one of the top in the country.
Willby's Restaurant & Lounge at the Willowbrook Inn (Willowbrook) boasts a Sunday brunch and daily breakfast and lunch buffets.
Known for their award-winning Sunday Champagne Brunch, Allgauer’s Restaurant at the Hilton Lisle/Naperville (Lisle) also offers an extravagant Friday night seafood and prime rib buffet.
Feel right at home at Buca di Beppo (Lombard) with family-style portions of Italian cooking that can feed up to six people for lunch or dinner.
For a fun evening and unique buffet-style meal, feast on a sumptuous banquet while cheering for your favorite knight at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament (Schaumburg).
Belly Up to the Bar
A toast to DuPage County – where you are never at a loss for a place to gather for good times with new friends and old!
A classic neighborhood restaurant and pub, ANYWAY’S (Oakbrook Terrace & Bloomingdale) is a favorite casual gathering place with its traditional urban feel, pool tables, darts and plenty of TVs. It also offers an all-season porch room and outdoor beer garden.
Catering to both the beer aficionado and those just looking to have a good time, Beer House (Lombard) features over 60 craft beers on tap and hundreds of bottled beers, and it’s a great place to enjoy live entertainment or catch a sports game.
Church Street Brewing Company (Itasca) is a production brewery that is open from 4 to 7 PM on Thursdays and Fridays. Stop in to see the brewery, try a sample or a pint, and take home a growler.
Reserve 22 (Glen Ellyn), with its view of a spectacularly landscaped golf course setting, offers seasonal menus, 24 craft beers on tap, an extensive wine list, and live entertainment on weekends.
Two Brothers Brewing Company & Tap House (Warrenville) is a family owned and operated microbrewery and brewpub that has been hand-crafting artisan beers since 1997.
Enjoy made-from-scratch burgers, salads and entrees along with award-winning beers brewed on premises at Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery (Warrenville).
Old Town Pour House (Oak Brook) is an expansive bar restaurant featuring 84 unique beers on 90 handles and American fare “with a twist” to complement their beverages.
Ditka’s (Oakbrook Terrace) is a favorite place for football fans to grab a drink and check out some serious sports memorabilia.
Experience the ultimate premium movie-going experience at iPic Theaters (Bolingbrook), then make a night of it by enjoying fresh seasonal cocktails, a full menu selection, billiards and more at their Salt Sports Bar.
Have a glass or enjoy a flight from an extensive selection of over 300 wines from around the world at D.O.C Wine Bar (Lombard).
Take a tour of the winery and tasting room at Lynfred Winery (Roselle), the oldest and largest continuously-operating bonded winery in Illinois. They produce over 50 varietals, many of which are award-winning, that you can take home and enjoy.
For a fun and unique activity with friends, try a “paint and wine” party at Bottle & Bottega (Glen Ellyn), where a professional instructor will help you create a masterpiece while you enjoy a nice glass of wine.
To find out more about DuPage County dining, explore the DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau’s website and social media pages.
By Nanette Traetow