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About Park Tavern - Rosemont
Park Tavern offers a contemporary spin on the gastropub experience, serving craft beer and authentic food in a casual, urban lodge setting.
Perfect for lunch, dinner or unwinding after work. In warmer months, enjoy a refreshing craft cocktail and the view of The Park from our second floor Skybar.
Rosemont, IL 60018
Gastro Pub, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 11:00 a.m. – 12 a.m.
Friday - Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 3 a.m.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live DJ every Friday and Saturday 10 pm - close
For catering inquiries, please contact our event coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking Garage or Parking Lot across the street
Rosemont Blue Line
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Park Tavern - Rosemont Ratings and Reviews
Very 1st visit here. Found it on Yelp. Decided to give it a go. Reserved a table for 2 and was seated right away. Seating was a little tight. The noise level is high! Hard to hold a decent conversation with all the noise. But, every single television was on and showing a game of some sort. Lots of cheering! Not sure if it's a 1st date type of spot.
We reserved a table so we can have somewhere to sit since we had friends from out of town come in. The person ( which ended up being our server) gave me a hard time when I stated that I had a reservation and showed him my online confirmation number, telling me that tables are only reserved if we are going to be ordering bottle service. I didn't see that in any guidelines so I brought this up to another Park Tavern worker and he stated that wasn't the case and quickly corrected the individual who told us that. We then sat at our table and the server said it's pay as you go so we ordered first round of drinks and never seen him come back again so a few of us just started going up to the bar to get drinks as the night went on. The person at the bar stated that we have a table and are not allowed to order from the bar because we have to follow table reservation rules which i havent seen an rules. I don't understand if it's pay as you go and our server was never around. At this point, a few in our group went to get drinks at the bar for themselves and came back and our server came back and seen they went to get drinks and started giving us attitude and making a big deal about them going to the bar to get drinks. I told the server that it's been a while since he last came to check up on us and we wanted to have some drinks and enjoy our night and they went to get some drinks because we were just there sitting. So the server said well, if they are going to be getting drinks at the bar then I won't be a serving them or getting anything for them or anyone else. This made everyone very uncomfortable. Very rude the server said this. I don't understand why they were making a big deal when drinks were pay as you go, which is the same thing you can do at the bar. The server was really rude and disrespectfull and the bartender that denied a few of us service at the bar was also rude. They were making things very complicated just because we reserved a table.
We went to Park Tavern before a comedy show and had a decent time. Our food was a little more than above average. I had the pulled pork sandwich. The bun fell apart but the meat and fries were good. I believe my wife enjoyed her salad. The food was reasonably priced and the portions were ample. I had a vodka tonic which cost $10.50 so I'll probably go with a beer next time. It's a big place with a good amount of TVs and nice windows and woodwork.
The negative things were that it was really loud although it was a Friday night. I believe it's a chain and it shows. It's pretty generic and homogenous but it is in the suburbs.
I would go again mostly because it is the best of the few reasonably priced restaurants in the area.
Went for dinner after comedy club and apparently, this place transforms to a night club in the evening. Unfortunately, they start this while everyone is still eating dinner? So table were being moved and chairs removed etc. we found ourselves sitting at a table in the middl of an open space that used to be full of tables. And, the nightclub crowd started hanging out, standing directly next to us while were eating, being VERY loud and constantly bumping into us - not a pleasant evening. We will not be returning.
Food was good. Decent place to watch a game. Pretty loud so difficult to have a conversation at times. I was a bit shocked at around 10:15pm the place transformed into a night club - regular lights turned way down, strobe lights ignited, SUPER loud music, chairs removed, etc... Luckily we were just finishing dinner as this was not the atmosphere I was looking for - our purpose for going there was just dinner. I would go again for lunch, but not dinner as I would not want to run into that again.
The food was fantastic but the service was terrible. The hostesses and waiters seems genuinely upset to be working on a Friday night. We asked our waiter for a dessert menu and he said "no. We have these three choices..." and rattled off some generic cake names. We asked to see a menu again, and again he said no.
Get the bill at the end of the night to find out that they charged me $17.25/ea for basil Hayden's on the rocks. I've never been charged that much for that type of bourbon. I was told that they charge $3 extra for on the rocks. That is highway robbery and complete bs. I will never come back. Ice must really be expensive over there.
Where do I start?
Website says "free parking" - cost us $10
First table had a wobbly top - asked to be moved - we were, but reluctantly
Waitress showed us after about a 5 minute wait, abruptly and coldly asked if we wanted drinks
Our Open Table reservation alerted the restaurant that we had allergies - waitress was not told
We stated 3 possible entree orders that we thought might not have the allergic food in them (garlic) - were told by the waitress after she talked with the kitchen that "everything on the menu has garlic, except salads (no dressing) and the salmon with no barbecue sauce on it"
Despite telling the restaurant in our Open Table reservation about our allergies, we were not informed about the "menu not having anything except salad and salmon without garlic", WHEN THE RESTAURANT CALLED TO CONFIRM OUR RESERVATION OR WHEN WE CALLED TO LET THEM KNOW THAT WE WERE IN TRAFFIC AND WOULD BE 15 MINUTES LATE
Ordered the salmon - it arrived after 35 minutes - burnt with burnt grilled asparagus under it
Visited the bathroom during our wait - the urinal did not flush, the floor had many pieces of discarded paper towels, and the sink counter top was covered with soap and water AND two employees in uniform came in while I was there and DID NOT CLEAN UP THE MESS!
We dined the following night at the Kona Grill in Oakbrook Terrace. Had great food and service! The floor manager personally brought our food to the table and personally assured us that it had no garlic. And the bathroom was clean and functional. Is that too much to ask for?
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