Multiple Locations, Springfield, Illinois, United States
Obed & Isaac’s Microbrewery & Eatery’s outdoor dining is something to write home about. The outdoor area offers the same attentive service indoor patrons receive on a patio of the beautifully preserved Italianate mansion.
Stop searching for the perfect Horseshoe Sandwich; it’s on the menu at D’Arcy’s Pint. A cozy, neighborhood bar featuring authentic Irish food with a tempting horseshoe sandwich designed to satisfy the hungriest eater.
Home of the original “hot dog” on a stick, Cozy Dog Drive In is still located on famous Route 66, and has been since 1949. There is nothing cheap about the Cozy Dog Drive in except its prices. A Cozy Dog is $2.15, and a chili dog is $2.65.
The Osaka Japanese Restaurant is the go-to restaurant in Springfield for sushi and cocktails. Try something different such as the Poke Bowl, which includes luscious, marinated fin tuna, edamame, avocado and cucumber on sushi rice.
From the gewurztraminer to the cabernet sauvignon to the malbec, each wine poured at Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant comes with a promise of good taste. Whether patrons are looking to join the winery’s wine club or simply want a bold red to serve.
Locals know that Gabatoni’s is the only place in town for a gooey slice of pizza goodness. It’s not often the aluminum plates are returned to the kitchen with pizza left on them. The thin-crust pie is baked with mounds of cheese.
Buffalo Wild Wings is the ultimate place to watch the game, have a cold beer, and eat some great food. Since 1982, B-Dubs, as their friends like to call them, have served up traditional wings and boneless wings to hungry diners.