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Best American Restaurants in Roselle

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Best Italian Restaurants in Roselle

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1913 Restaurant & Wine Bar
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American | Roselle, Northwest Suburbs

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Discover Roselle

Located about 30 miles northwest of Chicago, Roselle is a small town with a plethora of locally owned small diners, bakeries, delis, and restaurants. There's definitely a variety of genres to satisfy any craving, but Roselle has a focus on good old-fashioned Midwestern American cuisine. That means plenty of Italian delis, pizza joints, and small family owned diners. Word on the street is that you can find the best Italian sandwich of your life on Lake Street, with piles of fresh sliced Italian meats packed on freshly baked bread. Time for brunch? Check out a few of the cool little diners in town where you can get lemon poppyseed crepes or a turkey pineapple pecan salad if you're feeling adventurous. You'll leave full and happy, which happens to be the motto of every Midwesterner.

Discover Roselle

Located about 30 miles northwest of Chicago, Roselle is a small town with a plethora of locally owned small diners, bakeries, delis, and restaurants. There's definitely a variety of genres to satisfy any craving, but Roselle has a focus on good old-fashioned Midwestern American cuisine. That means plenty of Italian delis, pizza joints, and small family owned diners. Word on the street is that you can find the best Italian sandwich of your life on Lake Street, with piles of fresh sliced Italian meats packed on freshly baked bread. Time for brunch? Check out a few of the cool little diners in town where you can get lemon poppyseed crepes or a turkey pineapple pecan salad if you're feeling adventurous. You'll leave full and happy, which happens to be the motto of every Midwesterner.