Hollywood Park maintains a sprawling expanse of family-friendly activities ideal for a day of fast-paced fun and cordial competition. Two of several on-site attractions, Hollywood Park’s pair of 18-hole miniature golf courses unveil tracts of twisting-and-turning turf to tantalize putting prodigies and apprentices alike. Out-putt roommates for rent money with precisely rolled orbs on the Sand Castle course, or bridge the broad gap between Star Wars fan and country-club aficionado while impersonating an ewok on the faux-grass corridors of the Tree House course. Groups can celebrate well-read swings with bottles of Heineken or Mike’s Hard Lemonade, or rejuvenate underperforming putters by dousing them with a 32-ounce soft drink between holes.
We are a family owned and operated business. All pizza's, sandwiches, and pasta dishes made fresh daily using the finest ingredients. Italian Beef and Meatballs all hand made. You may dine in, carryout or get free delivery. Our recipes have been around since 1962. Traditional flavors in an old fashioned Italian setting
Tossing pizzas and slinging Italian fare in Evergreen Park since 1980, the Barraco family has since extended its cheese-drenched reach across south and west Chicagoland with the help of a winsome menu. Deep-dish pizza ($12.30–$18.55) floods a dough basin with Olympic size pools of cheese and other mix-'em-ins. Diners embark on transatlantic journeys with each bite of the Around the World pizza ($10.95–$22.30), with a gustatory Baedeker of sausage, mushrooms, onions, and green peppers. Because it takes 25–30 minutes for pizzas to bake and compose adequate love sonnets to ovens, parties can quell impatient bellies with a roster of appetizers, such as fried and stuffed artichoke hearts ($8) or breaded mushrooms ($7.25). Alternatively, diners can dip into noncylindrical fare, such as the chicken linguine pesto ($18.50) on the pasta menu, the grilled tilapia dinner ($16.75) on the specialties menu, or a savory selection of rhombuses on the complimentary geometry tests.
2 Goomba’s Italian Ristorante is an eatery that draws on generations of family recipes for its menu. Pastas here are housemade, and pizzas come topped with fresh ingredients, imported meats, and a blend of freshly grated cheeses. If you’re dining in, take advantage of the restaurant’s BYOB status and bring a bottle of wine, a six pack of beer, or a pail of milk.
Despite the name, Simply Slices parcels out pizza in nearly any form desirable—by the slice or by the pie, and for dining in, picking up inside, or driving through. Pie twirlers heap a selection of 13 ingredients on crust spread thin, fluffed to form a deep basin, or stuffed with toppings. Meanwhile, sister store Sno Biz pipes in sweet shaved ice to accompany special combos that get customers more food for their dollar or doubloon.
Caprio’s Pizza has dedicated more than a decade to serving a menu of casual Italian fare, seafood, and signature thin-crust pies. Dining companions can divvy up palate-priming starters such as cheddar-stuffed jalapeno poppers, or salute a dozen dough nuggets extracted from Italy's rich pizza mines. Pepper the cheese base of a 15-inch sauce circle with the topping of your choice, choosing from a veritable cornucopia of fresh ingredients, including canadian bacon, giardiniera, and pineapple. Two-liter sodas irrigate arid noshers, who may also opt for carryout, enjoying their meal in the comfort of their own home, office, or abandoned grain silo.
Sam Buca's Restaurant and Bar maintains its dual identities as a traditional Southern Italian restaurant and a casual sports bar with a roster of delectable dishes and a fully stocked bar equipped with HDTVs. In the dining room, patrons settle down to white-clothed tables, where they can admire a centerpiece of luscious olive oil or begin perusing the menu. Land and sea collide in a calamari linguine dish ($15), where linguine noodles mimic their cephalopod prey by entwining white-wine-marinara-sautéed calamari, capers, and black olives. Fresh tilapia italiano ($16) sits demurely beneath white-wine sauce alongside a refreshing guard of green onions and fresh-diced tomatoes; the buttery lemon chicken ($14) makes up for its life of baldness with a coterie of angel hair pasta. Alternatively, diners can opt for a bold filet mignon draped in melted blue cheese and mushrooms ($24) that infuses muscles with enough potent strength to best opponents in gladiator matches and pillow fights. As parties wind down their meals, they can close on a sugary coda with thick homemade cannolis.