Good service. Cool atmosphere. Brings back memories. Food is very good.
Good service and good food. Good portions and fair pricing. They are well known for their breaded tenderloin but if you like good French Onion Soup you won't be disappointed as theirs is the best I've had and measure all others against it. My wife had chicken tenders and fries and it was very good. The fries are lightly seasoned and tasted great.
Food was fresh hot and tasty. Wait staff polite and attentive. Would most definitely go there again
We ordered tenderloins ($9 each) to go, online the menu was out dated and prices were higher. Seems over priced for a simple restaurant. Food was good, but not a great value for the money.
Excellent service and delicious food, will be coming back soon!
Met a friend there for lunch a week ago. We both had the special of the day -- a tenderloin sandwich. The sandwich was excellent and so was the service.
Wonderful food with very fast, polite service.
Wear your tie-dye shirt to dinner....you'll fit right in!
This place way out did the expectations I had going in. I expected an unique looking place with decent food, but it was an unique looking place, with great food and wonderful service!
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Great service and tenderloin sandwitches
From Our Editors
With more than 25 years of experience in the restaurant business and the “ability to make people cool,” Shayne and Jan Dye opened The Tie Dye Grill, a hip spot to grab a burger and fries. Peace signs and psychedelic swirls decorate the menu, which catalogs classic American eats, including Sweet Home Chicago hot dogs dressed with all the Windy City’s fixings, nine kinds of 10-ounce Angus burgers, and cold subs and fresh-toasted paninis filled with everything from ham, turkey, and bacon to lightly grilled vegetables. Appropriately, the eatery showcases tie-dyed decor, including tie-dyed tablecloths that used to be the capes of Grateful Dead members.
Tie Dye Grill