Elmwood Park Illinois Restaurants
Allstate Arena has hosted regional finals and semifinals and is home to the University of Illinois and Chicago Bears basketball teams. Rosemont also hosted the first NCAA men's basketball tournament when the Bruisers won promotion to the league in 1988.
The party room at Jim & Pete's (pictured) has been converted to accommodate socially far-flung outdoor dining On the street side of the terrace, the staff has decided to arrange the tables in such a way as to ensure a generous social distance and optimal comfort.
Jim & Pete's is constantly evolving and customers are looking forward to the innovations in this well-equipped space. Jim & Pete's staff have made plans and plans to ensure that the food on the patio is safe, according to manager Patty Davis.
The chicken Caesar salad at Jim & Pete's is made with romaine lettuce and topped with grilled chicken breasts and creamy Caesar dressing. Jim & Pet's sunny terrace serves wild - caught cuttlefish, shrimp, crab and wild salmon, as well as a variety of other appetizers and salads.
Although Rosemont is a community within the Chicago metropolitan area, its land area and population are relatively small and its population relatively small. Although it is a small town with a population of just over 2,000, the village is the main economic centre of the region and also an important part of the Golden Corridor. The event room complies with the guidelines for outdoor dining, whereby the walls are removed and the ceiling is fully opened.
There are 1745 housing units and the population is distributed throughout the village, 41.7% of which are not from families. The race of the village is predominantly white, with a high proportion of African Americans, Latinos, Asians and Hispanics. There are a total of 2,743 households with children under 18, while 29.4% have a child under 18, 43.3% are a couple living together, 8.9% have a housekeeper without a husband and 11.1% were 65 years or older.
The median income of a village household is $34,663 and the median income for families is $44,939, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The poverty line is at or below the poverty line for all Elwood Park residents, including those with incomes of less than $20,000 a year and $25,500 for those living in poverty. Christopher Stephens earns $255,600 a year from 2015 to 2018, runs the city's public works office and a village-run convention center, and is running for a third term as mayor.
Jim and Pete's have pitched a tent outside their restaurant in the middle of the road in Elwood Park. A live musician brought it along to fill the socially distant high-boy table and give guests a sense of fun and normality as Illinois begins to retreat into public gastronomy.
With outdoor dining being the number one priority in Chicagoland, the opportunity to host a range of special events and events has become particularly valuable. Under normal circumstances, this serves as a flexible indoor and outdoor space, but with an outdoor terrace, it becomes particularly valuable in summer. The unique space was designed with the aim of providing the customer with comfort, and four panelled ceilings and walls allow fresh air to enter the room.
Jim and Pete's have moved to the outdoor dining area to welcome their loyal restaurant guests. They continue to offer their full menu, including dinner specials and wine, so everyone could have their own experience at home.
The restaurant was only comprehensively rebuilt two years ago, but that did not stop staff and management from giving the restaurant a fresh coat of paint before closing. The well-equipped restaurant with a fully equipped bar and a lovely outdoor dining room continues the tradition of Jim and Pete. Manager Patty Davis is excited to welcome guests back to Jim & Pete's and is excited about the future of her restaurant.
Rosemont's Allstate Arena was formerly home to the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League (NHL) and has hosted two World Series games, the 2010 World Cup of Hockey and the 2012 Olympics. Rosemont has access to the North Central Service, which provides direct service to Chicago, Chicago - St. Louis, Milwaukee and Milwaukee - Milwaukee, and has the Blue Line (Chicago L), which frequently operates between Chicago and Lake County, as well as the Milwaukee County Line and Chicago Metro - North.