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    Milo's Restaurant: Innovative Italian

    by HasTowelWillTravel Written Feb 15, 2008

    This restaurant, tucked into the Lincoln Square, is a neat little Italian-fusion place called Milo's. The food rotates on a seasonal basis, and is filled with some unique dishes. They have an upside-down pizza, which should be experienced rather than explained, along with various steak, fish, and chicken dishes. And the creme brulee is amazing. It is an intimate setting with good service, a good experience all the way around.

    Favorite Dish: I really enjoyed the salad... it was comprised of cranberries, walnuts, chopped romaine lettuce, blue cheese, and a raspberry vinegrette. It was a good blend, and a completely delicious salad.

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  • Pappa Dels, Courier Cafe: Pizza and Stuff

    by dadaddyio Written Jan 5, 2004

    It's Pop's for Pizza or no place at all! Pappa Dels in campus town is still the best, after twenty years. You can dine in--be prepared to wait--or order out--again a wait. Courier Cafe is downtown Urbana, and has a great salad bar and menu and cozy interior.

    Favorite Dish: Pizza from Pops, salad from Courier

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Urbana Nightlife

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    Bunny's Tavern: Old Time Hangout

    by HasTowelWillTravel Written Sep 2, 2007

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    This hidden spot has a lot of charm to it, a combination old-time tavern and diner which is funky and cool at the same time. It dates back from 1936 when it first opened right after prohibition and was a huge kick with the students of UIUC. It has an outdoor area, and is open seven days a week with a variety of drink deals. A good place to relax.

    Dress Code: none to speak of.

    A view from the inside Some of their tasty food.
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