Naperville is one of Chicago’s best suburbs, and with that comes some fantastic restaurants. Naperville dining features a variety of cuisine, from Spanish appetizers to Irish bars, as well as Mexican food and seafood. To start, here are five restaurants we love in Naperville.
For some of the best Spanish tapas you can find, Meson Sabika is close to downtown Naperville. Check out the unique decor in this historic house. Weekends offer a delicious brunch, and normally they have a buffet with more delicious choices.
Patatas Bravas is one of their most popular items – potatoes in a delectable spiced tomato sauce.
On the northern side of Naperville is this hole-in-the-wall restaurant serving some of the best sushi in the area. Creative rolls and classics make for a delicious exploration of sushi and sashimi. They even have a sushi pizza.
For a unique experience, try the signature rolls such as the Great Naperville Roll.
If you are seeking a fantastic burger and one of the best in Naperville, look no further than Jackson Avenue Pub. With 18 different burgers, the Jackson Avenue menu is extensive.
Bulleit Bourbon honey sauce mixes well with swiss cheese, bacon, caramelized onions, on the Bulleit Burger, or try freshly sliced pear on the Drunken Pear Burger.
If cheese is what really melts your tastebuds, check out Everdine’s in downtown Naperville.
This cheesy haven has some of the best sandwiches, classic grilled cheese, and specialty grilled cheeses you can find in the Chicago area.
Try them with ham and grilled pineapple, chicken, or even sloppy joe. Bacon and tomato is one of their best combos.
This mouth-watering local Mexican restaurant serves traditional Mexican food right here in Naperville, becoming a local favorite with chicken mole, Camarones al Modo de Ajo, and chihuahua cheese dip. The talking donkey greets you from behind the bar and sings happy birthday to anyone who stops by on their special day.
These are just a few of the restaurants Naperville has to offer, so be sure to explore next time you are looking for a night out on the town.
What’s your favorite Naperville restaurant? Tell us in the comments!