Comfort Inn O'Hare
2175 E. Touhy Ave.
Des Plaines, IL 60018
Phone: (847) 635-1300
Fax: (847) 635-7572
2175 E. Touhy Ave., Des Plaines, IL, US, 60018
- Téléphone : (847) 635-1300
- Télécopie : (847) 635-7572
Nika Le Boutique is a popular fashion store in Park Ridge. One of the top fashionable haunts of style-seekers, this store sells brands like Blaque Label, Mink Pink, Robin's Jean, Akiko, Wildfox Couture and many others. You can even match your fabulous outfits with a trendy handbag, a pretty purse or a fancy piece of jewelry.
Kiko's Flower & Gifts is Park Ridge's pretty and famous flower boutique. Kiko's is a family owned business and treats their customers like family. They have a helpful, prompt and friendly staff which ensures to provide the best service. Whether it's a birthday greetings, Thanksgiving wishes or some lovely Valentine's floral gift, Kiko's ensures timely delivery.
In business since 1981, owner Bernie Berry has gone a long way in offering everything conceivable for both the professional or amateur diver, including a list of packages for scuba diving at spots around the globe. The store offers group travel packages to the Caribbean and South Pacific. Tanks, sweat-suits, regulators and BCDs (buoyancy compensation devices) are available for rent. High-end equipment such as Mares-Ruby Titanium Regulators, is also available. Classes from basic open-water to instructor-level diving are offered and can be booked in conjunction with trips.
Assi Plaza provides customers with all the essential ingredients of Asian cuisine. They house a range of Chine, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese and Korean groceries, seafood, produce, meats and they also house a "prepared foods" section and they also sell Asian housewares. The store attendants are very attentive and expert, you can rely on them to help you.
"Shop For Your Fond Memories Here". This suburban antique mall, Oakton Street Antique Centre features 75 booths and 21 showcases with art, antiques and other collectibles dating back to 2000 B.C. Highlights include a special collection of pottery, furniture, silver items and such sought-after name brands as Wakefield Heywood. Located only 10 minutes from O'Hare and Woodfield Mall, this is a convenient stop-off on any out-of-town shopping tour of the Chicagoland area and has been recognized as such by the AAA-Chicago magazine.
Located on Harlem Avenue, this awesome joint is a grocery cum lunchtime take out spot. Featuring an amazing range of gourmet food items and imported products that includes pastas, sweets and such, Riviera Italian Foods makes for a great place to grab a quick lunch. Check out their sandwiches which are major crowd-pullers, you'll be hooked for sure!
In a town that boasts more Polish citizens than Warsaw, Poland, you can be sure you will be able to find a store that celebrates Polish culture. You will find many examples of Polish folk art and knickknacks in this wonderful ethnic shop, including hand-painted chess sets and jewelry. You can also find many posters depicting Polish cinema stars. Stop by for a little taste of the old country.
A true Chicago original, this neighborhood bookstore is the largest Polish book store in America. Serving Chicago's large and active Polish community, it carries a collection of more than 800 books in both Polish and English that recall the history of Poland and relate the story of the Polish people and their culture. Polish magazines and journals are also in stock. A wide-ranging selection of Polish literature translated into English is also available.
Owner Bogna Iwanowska-Solak has come to Chicago and brought the combination of her Polish ancestry and a desire to deliver delicious baked goods to others. Many will be surprised to know that she imports some of the ingredients for her cakes, pies and tarts directly from her homeland. This bakery welcomes orders for personalized cakes to be enjoyed at special occasions. You can get just about anything from a large multi-tier cake to one shaped like a scroll for Bat Mitzvahs. There is also a large glass case beside the register, where you can choose gourmet cupcakes, mini French macaroons, and cream puffs to take home with you and enjoy. - Gina Rosemellia
In business since 1956, Rainbo Sports Shop has been an industry leader since it first opened. Whatever type of skating is your bag, be it figure skating, inline skating or quad roller-skating, you can find what you need here. Like its namesake, the venerable Rainbo Arena, this store is synonymous with skating. It carries wheels and bearings, T-shirts, pants, shorts, belts, sharpening jigs, sharpening stones, lubes, blade tools, protective gear, blade guards, boot covers and much, much more. All of the employees here know their skates; some are skate instructors, others are nationally-ranked competitors.
D & Z House of Books Inc. is an exclusive bookshop for Polish books. Available in a wide range of topics, such as fiction, philosophy, European music, art, medicine and history. There is also a special section on the latest bestsellers from Poland. English translations are available too.
The name is no misnomer. This shop offers real records such as vinyl with a riotous array of variety. Every make, moniker and condition is available here. Those of us who have updated our audio equipment with the times need not fret. It also offers several new and used titles on cassette and compact disc. Finally, make sure to check out the poster selection, which offers pictures of bands of local interest as well as the more standard issues that are requisite for any college hipster's dorm room.