Comfort Inn O'Hare
2175 E. Touhy Ave.
Des Plaines, IL 60018
Phone: (847) 635-1300
Fax: (847) 635-7572
Bars et cafés
Serving Chicagoland for over 22 years, this bar is highly popular with both locals and tourists. This bar is known for its high energy atmosphere and fun-packed sports sessions. Serving BBQ ribs, burgers, juicy steaks and pizzas, this place will make sure you have enough energy to cheer for your favorite team. They have an amazing list of beers on tap.
Enigma is a cosmopolitan cocktail lounge, that transforms into a high-energy club at night. The venue welcomes with slick interior and dazzling lights which are the perfect setting for the finest vibes from the best DJs in town. Located in the Best Western O'Hare Hotel, the lounge is an ideal hang-out for those looking for a good time. Reservations over the weekend are highly recommended.
Part of a chain, Houlihan's in Park Ridge, is one of the best restaurants around. Consistent in taste and quality, the food here is always yum! The menu features a long list of food, but the best thing about this is that you can order these in different portion sizes. The cocktail menu is also good. The staff here is polite and efficient. A great place to unwind with a group of friends. Call for information on happy hours.
You may not have dined at Morton's before, but probably have heard someone somewhere rave about the place - and for a good reason. This has been the first-ever location of the Morton's Steakhouse and has a history that dates back to 1978. In this City of Beef, steaks don't get much better than this. A trademark Morton's experience involves a sophisticated tableside presentation of your entree choices (fresh cuts of meat, live lobster). Be sure to take advantage of the extensive wine list. The refined and well-informed staff is almost as well attired as the patrons.
A perfect watering hole attracting youngsters and the young-at-heart, Emerald Isle is a place where good times roll. The bar has a welcoming interior with exposed-brick walls and a gorgeous, wood-polished bar that gives this place an old-school charm. Tee games surround the place and several high-definition TVs are mounted all around ensuring you do not miss the gaming action from any corner of the bar. The taps pour over 15 beers, and the bar also carries a selection of brown liquors in addition to other spirits. If hunger strikes then patrons can keep their palates busy in the company of scrumptious burgers, sandwiches and other pub fare. For those who wish to have quieter conversations, Emerald Isle's gorgeous back patio is an ideal setting.
If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like Chicken Fingers and Mac & Cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
This pub honors the memory of Maurice "Mo" Dailey, a District Commander for the Chicago Police Department, and is often filled with local police officers and firemen. Grab a seat at the bar or one of the many tables and enjoy some nachos or a burger with a specialty cocktail. On cold nights, a seat by the brick fireplace will warm you right up. With 27 TVs dotted throughout, this bar is perfect for a group of friends who want to watch the game with a pint of Guinness.
Some bars are good for game-watching or copious amounts of beer-drinking. Others are good places to wind down after a long workday, catch up with friends, and sample a pint or two of a beer you've never heard of. The Long Room, which serves an eclectic selection of worldwide beers for reasonable prices, is the latter type of bar. With over 10 beers rotating on tap and more than 70 bottled beers, it's the ultimate destination for beer snobs. But beer-drinkers of all ages and types seem to enjoy The Long Room, which radiates a local-but-not-dive vibe. The bar also boats a vintage photo booth, free parking and a smoking patio. - Betsy Mikel
Drop into Blues Bar for a fun-filled dinning experience. Offering live music, excellent food, large LCD televisions that screen games and an extensive drinks menu, it isn't a surprise that this bar is the preferred hang out spot for the city's party animals. For those are looking for an ideal location for the next event or occasion, Blues Bar offers its premises to be hired and also provides catering for the same. So the next time you're in the city, make sure you visit Blues Bar to party like the locals do.
If you are looking for a healthy snack or meal, then look no further because Pure Juice Cafe is the quintessential place to fulfill those needs. Everything that they make - from smoothies to fruit juices and desserts and meals, is created from scratch and with the finest organic ingredients. They are known for their Thai collard wraps and Avocolado Smoothie and Liquid Mango Sunrise drinks, so check those out whenever you are in Arlington Heights. Just as the quality of their drinks and food is guaranteed, so is your satisfaction.
Grab a pint at the historic Glenview House in Chicago. Dating back to 1878, it has been the hub of the Glenview community for decades and retains that old-school charm even today. It boasts an extensive collection of real ales, brews, beers and whiskeys, in addition to its wide range fine wines and cocktails. Do ask the staff for a recommendation to perfectly complement the European influenced American soul food on offer.
Hala Kahiki tiki bar and lounge is amazing! Everything you ever heard about a tiki bar is represented here, including a vast and bizarre garden of Hawaiian delights, filled with cut-out turkeys and Easter Island heads. Each room is darkly lit and strewn with tiki wood and beads. There is also a gift shop filled with authentic flower leis and assorted knick knacks such as, hand-carved tusks and Buddha statuettes. The drinks are moderately priced and taste a lot like candy.