$5 for $10 Worth of Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, or Ice Cream at Colonial Cafe & Ice Cream

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95% of 1,434 customers recommend

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Family-friendly restaurant serving all-day breakfast, lunch, dinner and ice cream sundaes served in novelty kitchen sinks.

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Promotional value expires Aug 31, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid until 5/13/13. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with kids eat free (Monday nights after 4:30 PM.) Not valid towards gift cards. Not valid on alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Colonial Cafe & Ice Cream - Multiple Locations: $5 for $10 Worth of Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, or Ice Cream at Colonial Cafe & Ice Cream

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$5 for $10 Worth of Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, or Ice Cream

The family-friendly restaurant crafts chef-inspired tastes such as pot roast ($10.69) and the chicken pot pie dinner ($8.99). The eatery is also famous for their breakfasts featuring dishes such as cinnamon roll french toast ($7.19) and the fresh veggie omelet ($8.49), as well as their Kitchen Sink sundae, served in a fixture shaped like a kitchen sink. See the full menu.

Colonial Cafe & Ice Cream

Today, Colonial Cafe & Ice Cream may have seven full-service family-friendly restaurants, but when it started in 1901, it was only a single small ice cream and dairy store. Now guests can settle into breakfast, lunch, and dinner at each of the eateries –and still enjoy the ice cream that put them on the map. They have garnered particular attention for their signature dish, the Kitchen Sink Sundae, which features two whole bananas, six scoops of ice cream (vanilla, chocolate, strawberry), whipped cream, chocolate, and chopped almonds with a cherry topper. It’s served in a large dish shaped like a kitchen sink with a S-pipe as the handle. And when diners finish it, they receive a bumper sticker that reads, “I Ate a Colonial Kitchen Sink.”

While ice cream reigns supreme, their breakfasts have also earned praise. They were voted “Best Breakfast” by the Elgin Courier News, Aurora Beacon News, and Naperville Sun. Favorites among the regulars include the stuffed very berry French toast and cinnamon roll French toast. Come dinnertime, they continue serving comfort foods including fresh baked meatloaf and a mac and cheese bacon melt, as well as sandwiches such as the pot roast French dip. The restaurant has also earned plaudits for its popularity with its littlest diners, grabbing the "Best Kid-Friendly Restaurant" designation in the Kane County Chronicle Reader's Choice awards.


95% of 1,434 customers recommend

  • “The kitchen sink was delicious!”

  • “The one on rt 64 in St Charles is our favorite.”

  • “Loved going back to Colonial after so many years, it's just as good as ever! Don't be afraid to try the "kitchen sink"sundae! I love their malts as well...”

  1. 1

    St. Charles

    1625 E Main St

    Saint Charles, IL 60174


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  2. 2


    2555 W Bunker Hill Dr.

    Algonquin, IL 60102


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  3. 3


    1961 West Galena Boulevard

    Aurora, IL 60506


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