Owners Hallie Pierceall and Glenn Merriman opened D’Arcy’s in 1998 and it didn’t take long for D’Arcy’s to become a favorite destination for good food and fun in Springfield. Within its cozy confines, customers enjoy Irish and American food, domestic beer, specialty ales and drinks, and the warm and friendly atmosphere.
661 W. Stanford
In the early 1900’s, Sam Rosati came to Chicago with a dream of opening an authentic Italian restaurant. Cooking and entertaining were his two passions. His passions empowered him to open up his first Italian restaurant on Chicago’s famous Taylor Street. Now Rosati's has over 100 locations across the country including this Springfield location
2936 S. 6th St
Abe's Hideout is a family-based restaurant that started in 2009 in Mechanicsburg by Stewart Conn. Whether you are looking for a place to eat, or you just want to have a good time with friends, Abe's is the place to be.
2301 S. Dirksen Pkway
The John McGredy Mansion from the Mid 1800’s, was turned into Chesapeake Seafood House in 1983. Since then, they have specialized in fresh seafood from all over the world.
3045 Clearlake Ave
Parkway Cafe is located in what is known locally as “the ugly blue building” on North Dirksen. The atmosphere is a friendly, hometown cafe setting with excellent service and home cooked meals.
2715 N. Dirksen Parkway, Springfield - 217.544.2233
Joe Rupnik and crew invite you to "Come for the Blarney and stay for the Food". Dublin is Springfield's go-to for Pub Food Excellence and home of Springfield's ORIGINAL Horseshoe recipe.
1975 W. Wabash Ave.
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