Thursday, March 15, 2012
Lemont businesses are celebrating the Irish holiday Saturday with food and drink specials, live entertainment and activities for the whole family.
From Irish beer to corned beef and cabbage, local restaurants are celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a variety of deals and special events. Here's a roundup of some specials around Lemont: The restaurant will host its second annual Shamrocks and Shenanigans Fest beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday. Specials include $4 20-ounce drafts of six different Irish beers, and $5 Jameson and Ginger's. The party is open to the whole family. Kids eat for $2, and activities include face painting and balloon twisting by Mr. Bob. The event will also feature live music by Nebulous Forming from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mexican food for St. Patrick's Day? On March 17, everybody's Irish, according to Front Street Cantina. The restaurant will host a "St. Patty's Day Bash…
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Looking for a place to get a cup of cheer this Thanksgiving Eve? Several Lemont establishments will toast Black Wednesday with specials.
Front Street Cantina in Lemont, 319 Front St. The restaurant will have a number of drink specials including $2 shots, $4 house wines and $3 Corona and Corona Lights. Evening entertainment will include live band karoake with the Dancing Noodles. The Vault Cafe and Bar, 308 Canal St. Vault will serve drink specials such as $2 Apple Pie shots, $3 well drinks, $2 Miller Draught, $3 house wines, and $4 Bacardi Oak 'n' Coke. Nickey V's, 1015 State St. Drink specials will include three for 3 for $9 import bottles, five for $5 7oz. mini bottles, $1.75 Coors Light bottles, and $3 Jager Bombs. Also enjoy half-price appetizer with the purchase of a large pizza and buy one game, get one game free bowling. Stonehouse Pub, 103 Stephen St. Specials …
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
We continue to find great local deals every week!
3 Corners Grill, Lemont Deal: Daily specials, such as $10 Cheeseburger and draft beer on Monday and $5 starters on Tuesdays. Woodridge Animal Hospital, Woodridge Deal: Free pre-adoption pet counseling. Deal good until Christmas. Jo Ann Fabrics, Darien Deal: Autumn entertaining, inside and outside decor 30 percent off. Kohl's, Lemont Deal: Save up to 50 percent off on entire Food Network Kitchen collection. Capri D'Amici, Woodridge Deal: Recieve $30 worth of food for only $15 with Patch's Deal of the Day. Coupon expires February 2012.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
If you want to take a night off from the grill, consider a burger from one of these Lemont restaurants.
Every Thursday, Patch will run a weekly feature called Patch Picks, highlighting editor and reader picks of great local businesses, destinations, services, organizations, ways to spend a day off, and more. You’ll find useful lists to help you, your family, friends, and significant others find the best places for everything from Sunday brunch to New Year’s Eve celebrations, pumpkin patches, date night destinations, florists, girlfriend nights out, kids party places, parks and more. For this week, we've got meat eaters in mind as we pick five of our favorite Lemont burger joints. The downtown Lemont staple for more than 60 years was one of several Chicago-area eateries featured on WGN's "Chicago's Best" in July. The restaurant offers a …
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Looking for a last-minute spot to enjoy the playoffs? Lemont bars offer an array of drink and food specials.
It's that time of the year again — playoff time. Chicago sports fans have two reasons to celebrate Tuesday as the Bulls and Blackhawks both play to move on to the next round in their respective playoffs. The Bulls, who have a 3-1 series lead, will take on the Indiana Pacers at 7 p.m. at the United Center. The game will air on Comcast SportsNet. The Blackhawks have bounced back from three straight losses against the Vancouver Canucks to even the series 3-3. Game 7 will be played at 9 p.m. in Vancouver. The game will air on Versus and Comcast SportsNet. If you're looking to head out for the games, consider these Lemont establishments, which are offering a number of drink and food specials for the playoffs: Slammers Pub and Grill Slammers …
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Clad yourself in green and head out to a Lemont pub or restaurant to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Every Thursday, Patch will run a weekly feature called Patch Picks, highlighting editor and reader picks of great local businesses, destinations, services, organizations, ways to spend a day off, and more. You’ll find useful lists to help you, your family, friends, and significant others find the best places for everything from Sunday brunch to New Year’s Eve celebrations, pumpkin patches, date night destinations, florists, girlfriend nights out, kids party places, parks and more. For this week's Patch Picks, we've found some of the best St. Patrick's Day deals and Irish grub Lemont has to offer. Stonehouse will offer $1 domestic drafts and “plenty of green beer.” Food offerings will include classic Irish fare, such as Shepherd's Pie, …
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Many Lemont pubs and restaurants are planning food and drink specials for game day.
Starting this week, Patch will run a new weekly feature called Patch Pick, highlighting editor and reader picks of great local businesses, destinations, services, organizations, ways to spend a day off, and more. You’ll find useful lists to help you, your family, friends, and significant others find the best places for everything from Sunday brunch to New Year’s Eve celebrations, pumpkin patches, date night destinations, florists, girlfriend nights out, kids party places, parks and more. Want to suggest some Patch Picks? Submit your idea in the comment box. Deals: $2 domestic bottles and pints, and $4 Long Island Iced Teas during the game, as well as a free half-time buffet. A self-professed Packers fan, Stonehouse co-owner Norb Siwek …
Friday, January 21, 2011
Several local establishments are offering free buffets, drink specials and plenty of big screen TVs for Sunday's NFC Championship.
Looking for a place to watch the Chicago Bears beat the Green Bay Packers this Sunday? Various Lemont bars and pubs have you covered. Drink and food specials won’t be hard to find in town as the Bears make their bid for the Superbowl against their rivals. From free food buffets to beer and liquor deals, customers should enjoy themselves no matter what the final score. 3 Corners Grill & Tap, 12372 S. Derby Road, expects to see a standing-room only crowd for the game, said owner Kevin Metz. “It’s going to be packed to the gills,” Metz said. “Standing room only for sure. It’s the last playoff game. (Last week) we had people standing in the bar." The restaurant will offer half-off appetizers, $5 Absolut Bloody Mary’s and $9 buckets of Miller …
Friday, October 22, 2010
Stick around Lemont this weekend for plenty of fun fall activities.
Friday Mash Bash at the Library The Lemont Public Library is hosting a Halloween Party for teens from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The event will feature a live DJ, dancing, taffy apples and more. Saturday 3 Corners Grill & Tap Okto-beer-fest From 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m., 3 Corners Grill & Tap is celebrating the season with a huge selection of German beers, entertainment and prizes. The restaurant will also launch their "3 Corners Mug Club. Lemont Park District's 2010 Fall Fest Join Lemont Patch as we sponsor the 2010 Fall Fest at Centennial Park, 16028 W. 127th St. The event will begin at 4 p.m. and will feature a scarecrow-building contest, snacks, music, games and a costume contest. The festival is free and open to the public. Sunday Second Annual…
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
The fourth annual Food For Thought event, hosted by the Lemont High School Educational Foundation, will be held Saturday, Oct. 16, at The Narnia Estate.
Several local businesses will cook up their best dishes this weekend at a special fundraiser benefiting the Lemont High School Educational Foundation. The fourth annual Food for Thought event will be held Saturday, Oct. 16, at The Narnia Estate, 16501 W. 135th St. Guests will drink, eat and bid on silent auction items to support educational grants at Lemont High School. "In very few words, it's the biggest thing we do," said Julio Padilla, president of the foundation. Food for Thought has brought in between $25,000 and $30,000 in years past, a fact Padilla credits to the event's originality. "When we first started, we knew we didn't want to put on another golf outing or something that's done a lot," he said. "We wanted this to be our …