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Emilio runs a small restaurant empire that introduced Spanish tapas to the Chicago area. The most elegant version is Meson Sabika in Naperville. While the food here in Wheaton was similar, the decor wasn't as elegant, nor was the service more than pleasantly harried. Comfortable for a casual tasty meal -- but not for an "event".
Favorite Dish: Seared tuna "carpaccio" with ginger-fruit relish and toast points.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 230 W Front Street
40 years of Wheatonians can't be wrong! That's how long this ice cream emporium has been dishing it out on Front St. Outside benches give patrons a place to sit in warmer weather as they devour their goodies:)
Favorite Dish: Don't miss the chocolate peanut butter ice cream!
Updated Dec 13, 2005
Address: 109 E. Front St
You can't get much here except crepes, but oh what crepes! They will bring back your memories of Paris...
Favorite Dish: My favorite is the spicy coconut shrimp crepe. They even have a Peanut Butter & Jelly crepe for the younger set.
Updated Apr 29, 2005
Address: 211 W Front St
Phone: (630) 597-0045
Probably the best restaurant in Wheaton's "restaurant row" on W. Front St. While the chef has changed several times the food just seems to get better! It's a small place so reservations would be a good idea.
Favorite Dish: Where to start? Well the usual soft spring rolls have roasted peanut sauce. I enjoyed the salad of scallops on marinated green papaya. A "don't miss" is the Vietnamese bouillabaisse with lobster, fish and Asian greens in a coconut curry.
Written Mar 7, 2005
Address: 221 W. Front St
Phone: 630) 260-1234
Tasting deVine is an outpost of the Illinois winery, LynFred. YES a winery in Illinois! It is located in Roselle, Illinois, just 30 miles outside Chicago.
For $5. you can taste 7 wines and, of course, purchase the ones you like. There are also gift baskets available.
Updated Dec 14, 2005
Address: 127 W Front St.
Phone: (630) 752-9463