The Village Tavern has been in continuous operation since 1847. This family-owned restaurant, in classic road house style, has been a favorite “watering hole” for generations. A spacious dining room and antique bar area preserve the establishment’s rustic authenticity. Especially popular is the massive 35-foot mahogany bar, which survived Chicago’s “Great McCormick Place Fire” in the 1960’s. The warm and friendly “pub” atmosphere of this classic restaurant attracts locals and tourists alike.
A full menu, with many daily specials, is available for lunch and dinner six days a week. The Tavern’s famous ½ lb. Black Angus Beef hamburger is one of the most favorite lunch & dinner choices topped with anything from onion rings to sautéed portabella mushrooms. Diners also flock to the Tavern’s popular Wednesday night “all-you-can-eat” Broasted chicken along with the Friday night “all-you-can-eat” freshly breaded fish fry. Their Saturday night “Prime Rib” is second to none!
There is live entertainment six nights a week, see our entertainment section for our music schedule.
Whether it’s for a burger or a banquet, no trip to Long Grove is complete without a stop at the Village Tavern. Proprietors Chip and Mary Ann Ullrich invite you to join them at the Tavern to celebrate their 46th year with great food, bountiful drinks, interesting people, and a warm welcome.