For spectacular German food in the heart of Lisle, take your guten appetit on over to The Bavarian Lodge.
The Bavarian Lodge serves food that not only tastes great, but is low in fat and gluten-free.
At The Bavarian Lodge, you can treat yourself to tasty eats, as well as a craft cocktail from the fully stocked bar.
Bring the whole clan to this bar — kids and parents will love the menu and ambience here.
Get online gratis thanks to The Bavarian Lodge's complimentary wifi.
Gather up your group of friends and head to The Bavarian Lodge, a local restaurant that has room for large groups.
Throw on your favorite T-shirt and head out the door — dining at The Bavarian Lodge is all about comfort.
Call The Bavarian Lodge for catering if you have a big event coming up.
If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead.
The free parking lot next door is a steal for those dining at The Bavarian Lodge.
Treating yourself doesn't mean breaking the bank, come taste the great dishes The Bavarian Lodge has to offer.
Night owls will be happy to hear that the bar is best known for their evening menu, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
So for a true taste of German cuisine, be sure to try the fare at The Bavarian Lodge.
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Surrounded by yellow walls and gleaming bottles of fine wines and craft beers, patrons test new additions to the store's inventory during tasting classes. At sessions accompanied by light appetizers, knowledgeable staff members pour samples of six select wines and explain what makes each wine unique and how its flavor profile will pair with entrees or desserts. In addition to libations, the store's wooden racks hold wine accessories such as aerators and bottle decorations and gift baskets filled with chocolates. Custom label creations are also available to personalize bottles for weddings, anniversary celebrations, or protection inside the office refrigerator.
With its massive selection of varietals and styles, Lynfred Winery seems determined to make something for almost any wine drinker. The cellar brims with everything from bold, spicy reds to crisp and refreshing whites, as well as fruit wines made from apples, cherries, rhubarb, and pears. The grapes arrive from vineyards throughout California and Washington state, although the rest of the fruit typically comes from a bit closer to home, including growers throughout Michigan and Wisconsin. Despite this variety, the staff's commitment to approachable, fruit-forward flavors characterizes virtually everything that the winery makes.
This dedication to easy drinking seems only natural given the winery's origins in a home basement. In 1975, Fred Koehler, along with his wife Lynn, decided to try to re-create the family wines his father and grandfather had made throughout the 1920s. The batches grew larger with each passing vintage, and, in 1979, Fred and Lynn chose to upgrade their homespun hobby into a commercial venture. Within six years, Lynfred Winery's creations began to appear in the national spotlight as they garnered awards and medals from wine competitions across the country. This attention allowed Fred to swell production even more, eventually expanding to a larger location in 1990.
Fred and Lynn's legacy continues to inspire the staff as they operate a facility that creates more than 100,000 gallons of wine each year using as many as 80 varietals. These wines appear on restaurant menus, on retail shelves, and inside fish tanks throughout the Chicagoland area.
When Bud Schwarzbach took a job managing his father's store in 1958, it was supposed to be a temporary position. More than 50 years on, he's still at it at Vin Chicago. The reason the business has endured so long may be that the Schwarzbachs and their colleagues don't just taste wine, but live it, tasting hundreds of wines each month, and assessing each one’s color, aroma, flavor, body, and finish. The result is a family business big enough to buy in volume, but small and passionate enough to carefully select every single wine that comes in. To back up their recommendations and prove they can count past the single digits, the team can tell customers each bottle's score on 100-point scales from
Wine Spectator, Wine Advocate,
or Vin Chicago's own in-house rating system.
Quality may be the most important factor the staff considers when they update their selection at stores in Chicago, Highland Park, Barrington, and Naperville. But that's not to say they ignore affordability. Case in point: each store stocks a selection of sub-$10 wines that have all earned scores above 90.
Since his teenage years, Anton Steinhart's altruistic spirit has always pushed him to find new ways of giving back. Anton drew upon previous experience in the wine industry and founded Wines for Humanity in 2007, which has raised more than $1.5 million for families on the brink of homelessness and other charities. As attendees sample six wines culled from award-winning international vineyards, expert advisors discuss how to taste each pour, suggest food and wine pairings, and gently kiss their favorite corks.
Bottles also offers a wide-ranging wine list. With TVs in the bar area, you can catch the game while you enjoy a glass of Merlot.
Pick up some bottles of liquor and spirits and expand your cocktail and tasting knowledge.
There is ample parking located within the area, making your parking spot hunting quick and stress-free.