595 Tracy Trail
Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Phone: (815) 444-0040
Fax: (815) 444-6911
Duke’s Alehouse and Kitchen is one of the best places in town to have a beer and enjoy great burgers and sandwiches. This elegant gastropub with its oak wood accents has an impressive range of draft beers and Belgian ales. Their farm-to-table menu suits even the most discerning palates. Relish their Bison Burger, Tempura Beans, Duke's Cuban, Mama Duke’s Meatloaf and Pan-Roasted Organic Salmon.
In the middle of the bustling Randall road stands Montarra. Serving some great American food, this place is worth a visit. The service is excellent, and the staff is helpful. The restaurant has a nice classy air about it, and the ambiance makes for a great dinner date. The seared scallops and the ribeye steaks are quite talked about.
Mandile's is known for their lovely pizzas and delicious sauces. The salmon risotto and the chicken vesuvio are the most ordered dishes here. The staff at the restaurant really do try and do their best to keep their customers satisfied. If there's something you want that's not on the menu, they will try their best to manage it out for you. A good place to try out.
If you're craving seafood, then Bonefish Grill it is! Dine here once, and henceforth you'll be craving for another visit here. The food here is always fresh and delicious. The staff is polite and helpful, but the service could sometimes get slow. You can't really complaint since their always full! Must orders include Bam Bam Shrimp. If you need a drink, skip the wines, these guys serve some mean cocktails!
Dine in at PL8 and savor some traditional Chinese dishes. The cuisine here is basically a fusion of Chinese and Japanese, but some traditional dishes are also served. The menu is innovative and all the dishes are well flavored. Some must-tries include peanut noodles and dragon noodles. Portions are well worth the price.
Emmett's Tavern & Brewing Company brings back nostalgic memories of a time when taverns were the hub for all travelers. Gulp down the award winning beers that are brewed here. The menu is extensive; from Cedar Plank Whitefish to the Roasted Rack of Pork, you name it and they have it all. Participate in the events that take place occasionally; from Irish nights to beer tastings, it's fun!
Under the umbrella of the Francesca Restaurants, Francesca’s Campagna serves yet again delicious Italian delights. The food is authentic and covers dishes from Rome and around. Service is efficient and polite, and the staff is well-informed about the menu. Ask for the daily specials before ordering. Since the restaurant gets full, reservations are recommended.
Clarke’s Bakery & Deli is a casual dining restaurant that serves American and Irish food. The interiors resemble those of a fast food joint and the staff is highly welcoming. The restaurant was established in 1986 and continues to prepare dishes using recipes unique to the owner's family. The menu includes classics such as Potato and Leek Soup, Fish and Chips, Shepherd's Pie and Shamrock Cookies, accompanied by a variety of beers. This eatery also serves breakfast items like poached eggs and Irish oatmeal in the morning. The inexpensive prices, efficient service and delicious food help in attracting busy professionals to this place.
Situated in the Woodstock Square Historic District in Downtown Woodstock, D.C. Cobb's has a vast assortment of delicious preparations to offer you. The burgers are some of the best in town, and the excellent brew list complements the menu perfectly. In addition, the establishment also presents a line-up of live performers, sure to make your experience that much more enjoyable.
The 16th restaurant under the Francesca Restaurants umbrella, Francesca's Famiglia serves food that is as authentic as any of the other restaurants in the chain. Located in the city's downtown shopping district, the restaurant is easily accessible for some great Italian. Simple, yet flavorful food, served up by the friendly staff is what you can expect. The rates are not high, given the quality and quantity of the food served.
Located just a couple of blocks away from the Barrington station, Einstein Bros Bagels has come be a popular breakfast spot for commuters rushing on their way to work. This friendly little bagel shop offers its customer a variety of freshly baked bagels, spreads, bagel sandwiches, breakfast bagels and other goodies alongside steaming cups of coffee. With options that range from decadent to healthy, Einstein Bros Bagels is a great choice for breakfast, lunch or a quick snack to keep you fueled up through the day.
Dunkin' Donuts is easily one of the most loved donut restaurants in America and this branch in Barrington is no exception. It is open daily for all 24 hours, making it a convenient joint for working people as well as students. Catering to children and adults alike, it offers a vast array of donuts, bagels, cookies, pretzels and coffees. The signature donuts are available in varieties like Strawberry and Vanilla Frosted, Blueberry Cake, Old Fashioned and Powdered Sugar. Guests can also customize the donuts with various toppings. The food is accompanied by warm beverages like Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate and frozen ones such as Strawberry Coolatta and New Iced Green Tea. There is also a Baskin-Robbins branch within this eatery so that guests can enjoy their favorite ice creams. The free WiFi facility is an added bonus for professionals.