This is a small cozy authentic Japanese cuisine Restaurant in downtown Highland Park. The two appetizer menus, offer a wide range of Japanese delicacies with the characteristic Highland Park flair. Order now and make your taste buds happy!
Curry Hut brings you the taste of home-cooked food from the huts of rural India. Its recipes are very simple in nature but bring the authentic Indian/Nepalese flavor. Offerings from the famous Tandoor (clay oven) as well as the traditional curries from the wok.
It is the oldest Mexican restaurant in Highland Park and it has been serving customers in the area for more than 10 years. This restaurant is connected to traditional Mexican music and culture, with a focus on great food and an enjoyable atmosphere.
The name means tradition and history. What was once merely a pizza and beer garden has become a sophisticated yet comfortable restaurant with a diverse menu that has something for everyone. Enjoy!
As in traditional Ireland, Bridie McKenna's is a Community Pub, also known as the Public House. The menu includes many traditional Irish dishes like Whiskey Chicken, Bridie Corned Beef, Beef and Guinness Stew, Shepherd's Pie, Bangers and Mash and many more.
La Casa de Isaac is a family owned and operated restaurant serving home-style Mexican cuisine since April of 2007 and has multiple restaurant rewards. Isaac's Mother's Favorite Enchiladas outsells all other items and Isaac creates new specials on a regular basis.
One of the newest joints in Highland Park, this fine restaurant is located in vibrant Port Clinton Square. For exotic food lovers, sushi buffs, and health food fanatics alike, this kitchen offers a variety of Japanese rolls and dishes.
Wildfish opened its second location in the center of Deerfield in February of 2007. This dining establishment is a contemporary sushi house and grill that delivers fine dining at its best, leaving you with an enjoyable memory that will have you coming back for more.
Cafe Central is a casual storefront cafe offering exquisite French cuisine and a pleasant dining atmosphere. The menu offers an extensive array of selections like Salad Nicoise, Half a Roasted Duckling, Burgundy Escargot, Risotto, and Lamb Shank.
In November 2007, 41 North landed in downtown Highland Park and now the team has started fresh with City Park Grill. This is the home of rib-sticking favorites such as Meat Loaf and Pot Roast, with many other varieties of delectable tastes too.
So after extensive research on developing sauces and rubs, these BBQ junkies strive to bring you the best Real Urban Barbecue. Brisket, Burnt Ends, Pork, Ribs, Chicken and much more is here and ready to go!
Local and casual, featuring cutting-edge gastropub-inspired cuisine. Tap House Grill is the place for burgers, appetizers lovers, Fried chicken, Bavarian Pretzels and much more. Tap House Grill is well known for their slogan - "Addictive Food and Creative Brews".
La Casa de Isaac and Moishe's Restaurant is the second Mexican restaurant established in Highland Park by the Nava family. As a family-owned and operated establishment, the Nava family has brought some unique Mexican dishes to Chicago's North Shore.
The youthful owner find a way to combine Chinese and Japanese dishes in their extensive menu selections. Milin is well known for all you can eat sushi, but the Chinese soups and large portions are a big part of the draw.
Now restaurateurs Carlos Nieto and his wife, Debbie, are continuing their winning streak in the same Highland Park location with the revamped Nieto's. This destination is an American grill and wine bar that offers a more accessible (read: less pricey) menu.