In spite of the ongoing pandemic, Homewood diners will have four new choices available in the coming months, including 1) the Saucy Crab at 17620 Halsted St., 2) EmpanadUs at 1941 Ridge Road, 3) Don Goyo at 17536 Dixie Highway, and 4) Pita at 18155 Dixie Highway. (Eric Crump/H-F Chronicle)
More businesses will be allowed to have gambling machines in Homewood after the village board passed a new ordinance Tuesday. Any bars or restaurants that have been in the village for at least four years and already hold liquor licenses can now apply for video gaming machines. Homewood has six[Read More…]
After more than two months of serving nothing but takeout food and beverages, Flossmoor’s three downtown restaurants are poised to reopen for outdoor dining. Flossmoor Station Restaurant & Brewery and the Bistro on Sterling will reopen for in-person dining on Friday. Dunning’s Gourmet Market & Deli is closed for vacation[Read More…]
Homewood trustees will consider a measure at their meeting Tuesday to allow local restaurants to provide outdoor dining service consistent with the state’s Restore Illinois plan. Gov. J.B. Pritzker issued an executive order in March forbidding indoor dining service in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus that[Read More…]
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Enjoying their dining experience that included roasted tomato soup at La Voute bistro-bar in Homewood are, from left, Vivian Amos, Marie Jasica, Henry Jasica, Carl Boyens, Kathy Boyens and Darlene Obejda. (Photo by Mary Compton/H-F Chronicle) With obesity rates at an all-time high and heart-disease, diabetes and other health conditions on the rise,[Read More…]
The Homewood village board approved an ordinance establishing a new type of liquor license for Redbird Cafe. The Class 7B license allows on-premises consumption of beer and wine only. It does not allow alcohol carry out or video gaming. No more than 25 percent of Redbird’s yearly receipts can be[Read More…]
The slow food, farm-to-table movement has found its way to downtown Homewood. Redbird Cafe at 2057 Ridge Road will open Monday, May 1, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony slated for 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 2.