When a restaurant connoisseur or an avid traveler thinks about restaurants, the city of Geneva, IL isn’t the very first one to come to mind. But it should be. Everyone thinks of Paris, Rome, New York City and the like, but Geneva is the next must-see destination for foodies.
If you’re sick and tired of having your friends and family members be hip to all of the best restaurants all around the world then this is your opportunity to show off. It’s quite likely that the average person hasn’t heard of Geneva – well, perhaps Switzerland’s Geneva, but not a small town in The Prairie State.
So, what are you in the mood for? Italian cuisine, Geneva has it. What about good old pub food? Check. Is your sweet tooth nagging you? Geneva has a place for that. As you can tell, Geneva has all sorts of restaurants to satisfy your appetite.
Here are the top five restaurants to visit in Geneva, Illinois soon (stars according to Trip Advisor and Yelp):
Put on your sombrero, grab your guitar and head on over to Bien Trucha for some tasty and scrumptious Mexican food. Everything from delicious guacamole dip to the filling Esquites, you will cave into your hot and spicy Mexican desires when you visit this restaurant.
It seems like every restaurant either serves Italian food or specializes in Italian cuisine. Well, it’s rare to find an establishment that perfects the art of linguini, penne and lasagna. Chianti’s Italian is one of those places that has perfected its craft in this field. It serves up the best of the best in the world of Italian menus, and it’s fresh, which is a rare quality in today’s world of restaurants. Simply put: when you’re ordering a delicious Caesar Salad, you can be rest assured the chicken is fresh. Oh, by the way, don’t worry about the atmosphere: it’s cozy and relaxing.
Altiro Latin Fusion
Whether you’re going out for a casual date night or you want to celebrate an anniversary with your significant other then look no further than Altiro Latin Fusion. This diner introduces your palate with the best flavors, seasonings, spices and dishes from the Latin world. Even the beverages are something special: jalapeno infused vodka drinks, for example. You’ll want to do the tango after you visit this place.
Egg Harbor Café
Sometimes, we just crave a good old breakfast. We want the bacon, we want the eggs and we want the orange juice. If your belly is aching for breakfast then be sure to walk over to Egg Harbor Café, a charming and delightful restaurant that has all of your breakfast favorites and then some. Once you’ve had its cinnamon roll French toast you’ll never want to go to France to eat this meal.
Preservation Bread & Wine
Fine dining has never been so fine. Preservation Bread & Wine takes its approach to fine dining very seriously, and you can tell by its food, atmosphere and tremendous wait staff. When you want a little bit more than just a meal, Preservation Bread & Wine is the place to be. You’ll be 100 percent satisfied after the appetizer, dinner and dessert.
If you’re ever interested in leaving the big city and going to a semi-urban small town then Geneva should be on your bucket list of places to visit before you die. But be sure to stop by to at least three restaurants before you return to the asphalt jungle. You’ll regret it if you don’t!