Rack 'em up! Pool hall Classic Bowl in Morton Grove is a great spot for an evening out.
Guess what? Classic Bowl serves food that's free of gluten and low in fat, so everyone can find something that tastes and feels great.
This restaurant is a terrific spot for families to gather with its kid-friendly ambience and menu.
Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to Classic Bowl for a group meal.
At Classic Bowl, there's no need to confine your meal to a traditional dining room — outdoor seating is available when the weather is warm.
Be sure to swing by Classic Bowl for frequent performances from live DJs.
Weekend diners may find themselves waiting for a table, as Friday and Saturday nights tend to draw a crowd.
Classic Bowl welcomes laid-back diners, so there's no pressure to throw on heels or a tie.
A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the diners at your next shindig.
Save some cash on parking when you park in the lot adjacent to the restaurant.
At Classic Bowl, bikers can lock their bikes safely outside.
A visit to Classic Bowl will set you back less than $30 per person, so you can make it a regular part of your schedule.
What's your favorite meal of the day? Chow down on breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Classic Bowl and taste test your way through the menu.
So grab some friends for a meal and a game of pool at Classic Bowl.
No matter what type of American dish you're in the mood for, Classic Bowl has a great selection of dishes to choose from.
Find something for anyone at any time with American food from Classic Bowl.
Though the haunted alleys, crumbling subway tunnels, and blood-stained storefronts of Fear City are creepy enough, they aren't the reason why visitors tend to leave screaming. This ghastly municipality has more than 100 citizens—including deranged nurses and blood-covered asylum inmates.
These are just some of the scares that await within Fear City's 40,000-square-foot sprawl. The indoor attraction consistently places on hauntedhousechicago.com's top 13 rankings, and the city's always looking for new recruits: visitors are encouraged to dress up, join the madness, and take home whichever crazed clown they think would make a good roommate.
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Five Things to Know About the Glen Grove Equestrian Center
The Glen Grove Equestrian Center is committed to teaching good horsemanship, holding a wide variety of classes ranging from hunter/jumper lessons to more intensive clinics. The school horses stand ready to teach riders at every level, and ponies provide a safer alternative for riders younger than the age of 7. Read on to learn more:
It offers group and private lessons. The skilled instructors lead lessons ranging from jumping to equitation and dressage, with basic classes held for riders as young as 7.
The staff hosts schooling shows and clinics. Held three or four times a year, these classes help beginners as well as advanced riders hone their skills.
It boards horses onsite. The horses boarded in one of the center’s 90 stalls follow nutrition and supplement plans worked out with their owners.
There's a summer riding camp. Aimed at ages 7–13, the camp features an hour of riding each day and teaches attendees how to groom and care for horses.
All the horses have adorable names. Tweety, Mango, Marbles, and Cupcake are some of the horses and ponies that fill Glen Grove's stables.
When Director Tony Youhanna and George Solomos founded Little Legends Soccer Academy in 2009, they found themselves filling a niche. At the time, the North Shore offered no quality soccer coaching for youngsters interested in the game. Their first session was a success, drawing thirty eager players, but it didn't prepare them for the popularity that was to come. Since that day, the academy has ballooned: more than 300 children ages 24 months to 8 years old are currently enrolled in its various programs.
Each clinic helps kids build soccer fundamentals such as foot skills, passing, and receiving in an environment that encourages fun and teamwork. Very young players—24 to 36 months—start off in the Born to Kick program, which couples soccer skills with mind-nurturing topics such as shapes, colors, and vocabulary. As children get older and their skills progress, they move into clinics aimed at more advanced techniques, eventually putting them to work in games.
Wine and dine at Old Settlers Bowling Center in Union Grove.
Enjoy a drink with your dinner — this restaurant has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more.
Stay connected at no cost thanks to Old Settlers Bowling Center's wifi.
Warm weather, delectable dishes, and an awesome atmosphere make for a dream night out at Old Settlers Bowling Center.
The lively clientele and reverberating tunes result in a noisy scene, so don't plan any quiet conversation at the restaurant.
Dress is typically casual at Old Settlers Bowling Center, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening.
Some say walking is the greatest thing in life. This restaurant knows it's carryout.
Drivers can make use of the parking lots near Old Settlers Bowling Center.
Old Settlers Bowling Center may cost you a little bit more than some spots, but this deliciousness is fairly-priced (and well worth the few extra bucks).
The Morton Grove Park District plays host to whole families with community-focused childcare, summer camps, fitness classes, and recreational programs. Preschool classes teach kids that classrooms are more than just growth chambers that middle schoolers walk into before emerging as bearded adults. Adults can stay fit with athletic programs or laps around the park's multiple pools. As visitors leave dance classes or wrap themselves in tinfoil to better reflect sunlight into the eyes of passing cyclists, they can take notice of the eco-friendly lighting of the Prairie View Community Center.