Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Harvest Room Restaurant offers dishes made from food found locally.
A locally sourced restaurant featuring food purchased from area farmers and a selection of crafted teas held its grand opening Tuesday. Harvest Room Restaurant, located at the corner of 127th Street and Harlem Avenue, is the newest addition to Palos Heights' food landscape. The restaurant focuses on food and beverages grown or made locally to create familiar dishes. Join the conversation. Friend Palos Patch on Facebook and sign up for the daily email newsletter!
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The owners of Harvest Restaurant are remodeling the building at the corner of 127th and Harlem.
A new restaurant coming to Palos Heights will feature locally grown, sustainable foods from growers in Illinois and Wisconsin. Two owners of the Harvest Restaurant were granted a restaurant liquor license at Tuesday's Palos Heights City Council meeting. The upscale restaurant is coming to the former Pancake Factory building, located at the corner of Harlem Avenue and 127th Street. Owners Michael Campas and Christ Sirigas want to add a full bar, offering such things as bloody mary brunches and mimosas with their food items. Most of what they'll offer will be made on site, including bread and pastries baked in a new bakery at the restaurant. Join the conversation. Friend Palos Patch on Facebook and sign up for the daily email newsletter! "…
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Owners have applied for a liquor license and, this week, asked city officials about selling homemade jams inside the 127th Street building.
A new brunch spot is in the works for the former Mr. G's Pancake Factory location. Owners of the tentatively named "Mama’s Boy Café" plan to open at the 127th Street and Harlem Avenue location by Christmas. Their restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and alcohol, on the approval of a liquor license set to come before the Palos Heights' City Council for approval in December. Owners plan to use locally sourced produce in their food, said Marisa Kolman, community development coordinator with the City of Palos Heights. Ownership also approached the city this week to see if any issues would come from selling homemade jams. Read: What's the Best Breakfast Spot in Palos? The building is currently undergoing a facelift on the inside. "They’re …
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
The popular pub and eatery is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and it's inviting its patrons to a free barbecue bash on Saturday.
In the restaurant business, and particularly in this economy, 10 years is a milestone worth celebrating. For a neighborhood bar, it means you might just have the loyalty it takes to be a local institution for years down the road. Joe Daniel's in Palos Heights will celebrate all that it means to turn 10 on Saturday as the neighborhood pub and eatery invites guests to a free barbecue and bags tournament at the pub’s location at 12218 S. Harlem Ave. “It will all be free of charge and there won't be a cover to see the live music later that night at 8 o'clock,” said manager Lynda Hansen, who has been with Joe Daniels for eight of the eatery’s 10 years. Hansen said that great food and a loyal customer base are what have kept Joe Daniel's around…