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Best American Restaurants in Palos Park

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Francesca's Vicinato
Francesca's Vicinato
(1129)
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Italian | Palos Park, Southwest Suburbs

I come here often, I know many of the staff and am never disappointed! The music selections have been my complaint for quite some time. I do not wish to go to an Italian restaurant to sit down and relax as I enjoy my meal and hear pop music. Finally, the other night we were back to the oldies but goodies of Frank Sinatra and the likes! Now don’t get me wrong I love pop music, just not at dinner when I’m trying to relax! ! More

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Discover Palos Park

Palos Park is an affluent community in the southwestern part of Cook County, and it is well-regarded for its carefully maintained green spaces, such as the Palos Park Woods and Cook County Forest Preserve. This preserve has more than 15,000 acres of woods, which is the largest uninterrupted forested area in Cook County, and offers picnicking areas where you can bring your take-out of traditional Chicago-style deep-dish pizza. Many of the residents of Palos Park are of Irish descent, which is evidenced by the numerous local pubs featuring fish and chips, smoked fish, and stout. There is also a growing number of people of Indian descent. Some of the local specialties served at the family-owned restaurants include pork vindaloo, kolfi, and pomfet.

Discover Palos Park

Palos Park is an affluent community in the southwestern part of Cook County, and it is well-regarded for its carefully maintained green spaces, such as the Palos Park Woods and Cook County Forest Preserve. This preserve has more than 15,000 acres of woods, which is the largest uninterrupted forested area in Cook County, and offers picnicking areas where you can bring your take-out of traditional Chicago-style deep-dish pizza. Many of the residents of Palos Park are of Irish descent, which is evidenced by the numerous local pubs featuring fish and chips, smoked fish, and stout. There is also a growing number of people of Indian descent. Some of the local specialties served at the family-owned restaurants include pork vindaloo, kolfi, and pomfet.