Subway

710 E Rand Rd
Arlington Heights, 60004
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(847) 392-6622

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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Tj’s Tasty Pie Pizzeria Inc

1401 E Palatine Rd,Ste A
Arlington Heights, 60004
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(847) 577-2400

Pizza

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Dolce Italian Caffe & Bakery

4204 N Arlington Heights Rd
Arlington Heights, 60004
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(847) 873-0813

Cafes, Italian, Bakeries

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TNT’s Snack Shop

1706 W Campbell St
Arlington Heights, 60005
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(847) 398-1045

Diners, Breakfast & Brunch

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Village Grill of Arlington

4 E Northwest Hwy
Arlington Heights, 60004
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We ate here a few weeks back. We shared an $8.75 platter. Everything on our plate was delicious. My stomach hurt after but hey it's diner food. The place was clean, the waitress was friendly, very social.
Live in downtown Arlington Heights and go to the village grill every weekend. Excellent service, excellent classic dinner breakfast and lunch.. The best patty melt you will ever have.. Greatest part is it won't bust your wallet..
Great: pancakes, service, potatoes. Good: cheese omelette. Iffy: parking, but you can't blame them! They need more offerings for lunch besides beef. Barely any turkey. Just a real, nice coffee shop out of 1970.

(847) 577-9292

Diners, Breakfast & Brunch

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Bakery Crescent

270 E Algonquin Rd
Arlington Heights, 60005
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when i was younger my mom would always come here to buy a bunch of red bean buns. now that i'm older, i still find myself going here to buy these delicious breads. i have cravings for the meronpan (my favorite) pretty often, but unfortunately i'm never in the arlington heights area. their selection is pretty basic, but i'm fine with that. good prices and very polite staff !!
If you miss Japanese bakery breads and danishes, I recommend Crescent (it beats Hippo House inside of Mitsuwa). Their kuri-mu pan and melon pan remind me of being in Japan. And the square bread loaves are addictive! The crusty ears with the slightly chewy moist soft center. Thank goodness I still love white bread. You'll never be able to give it up after you've tasted this stuff.
Excellent, soft, loaves of Japanese style shoku-pan. We only get bread here. They also have beautifully lined up kashi-pan. I love their anpan and an-donuts!!!

(847) 956-6470

Bakeries

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Yogurtland

76 S Arlington Heights Rd
Arlington Heights, 60005
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If you asked me 24 hours ago about my feelings on frozen yogurt that isn't 99 cents and doesn't come in a sugar cone at Ikea, I probably would have gone on an abnormally long diatribe about how much absolutely loathe fro-yo and fro-yo places. But after having tried Yogurtland at the insistence of frozen treat connoisseur, Nicole W, I won't say I've changed my tune, but I will call Yogurtland an exception to the rule. I don't know that I'll ever go to a frozen yogurt place on my own volition, but if I had a friend in town who for some reason could only eat frozen yogurt, I'd take them to Ikea for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (sorry, but I'm cheap and it's only 25 cents there) and then come here for dessert. I was glad that I came with Nicole because I would not even have been able to figure out how to work the pull tabs without her. They only had about 8-10 flavors here, but they were varied and had a decent selection no matter if you go for richer, chocolatey and dessert type flavors, or fruity, more sorbet like options. Where this place really one me over was with the sample cup offered immediately upon walking in. I sampled 4 different flavors and because of how the machines work, the minimum sample is still pretty huge, so you could actually fill up on samples. I think I ate more sample cups worth of yogurt than I put in my cup and paid for, so that was a major plus and bang for your buck in my eyes. My last experience with these self serve fro-yo places was horrible. Everything from the absolutely p$ycho pricing $y$tem, to the tip jar at the counter for a person who does nothing but stand behind a register and at no point leaves their post, comes in contact with the product or offers a service. It's like paying a person for allowing you to pay, which drives me nuts. Total job for millennials who think their mere presence of showing up at work is deserving of praise... but anyway, it wasn't like that here. At Yogurtland there were real-deal adults working behind the counter and the price for both Nicole and my fro-yos was $5 and some change total, and considering I really loaded up on the bursting boba, that wasn't a bad deal. Based on the crowd inside and out, the place could easily be overrun with children and teens, but this one was pretty orderly and the little promenade of Arlington Heights if rife with benches so as long as it isn't raining, you can set yourself up real nice like with your fro-yo. Again, I don't know that I'll be giving up my Ikea habit anytime soon, but it's nice to see that not all fro-yo places are as demonic as I'd previously pegged them to be. In summation, when I'm emporer of the world, I'll allow this place and Ikea to stay, but otherwise, please no more fro-yo places. There's more than enough. Now let's get some popsicle shops up in this bitch!
I love Yogurtland! It was poppin' last night - packed out! I had no idea there was a Yogurtland so close to me until my BFF insisted we go last night. She then suffered through my retrospective story of how Yogurtland in Little Tokyo in LA was my first froyo experience quite a few years ago, before the craze hit Chi Town. This location is super clean, well organized, good music, great workers. A guy was standing handing out sample cups and let us know we could try more than one, wootwoot. I tried two and settled on Double cookies and cream which I hadn't seen before. I put some oreos on it and it was so friggin good! Plus under $2! It really doesn't get better than this. We agreed there is some kind of unspoken rule that because it's a bit better for you than the usual ice cream/dessert, you can then eat more of it. :D They have frosted animal crackers as one of their toppings! Never seen that before.
Cha-Ching! This place rocks! I fist pump (think Andrew WK NOT Jersey Shore) the entire walk/drive there and then while I eat it. I know, I'm talented. When I was a kid, I used to love going to places like Max & Erma's or Old Country Buffet purely for the ice cream sundae bar, but I'm older now, more mature, I like frozen yogurt sundae bars instead. I will never get too old for loading up my cup of chocolatepeanutbuttervanillaalmondmochacookiefudge yogurt with almost too many toppings to choose from. Everytime I come here I get the works; I go all out. Even when I go in with a mentality of 'healthy options' I take one step in the door and say (F)orget that, Im getting the good stuff! I know I'm in trouble because I live three blocks away and I don't think the walk burns off those calories, but the calories get burned if I say so, and I say so, so there. There is probably a good chance I will see you there, just flash me a peace sign so I know youre a fellow 'Y'elper, I'll be the guy with an unusual amount of yogurt on his face.... ps. Yogurt-Land sounds more like a theme park, which is why I pronounce it differently, theres Scotland, England, Iceland, and now Yogurtland. And you can take that to the bank.

(847) 253-1111

Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

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Canton House

1727 E Central Rd
Arlington Heights, 60005
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First Visit Based On early reviews and Photos. Thanks all Yelpers!!! All in all, the food Great price, Fresh, tasty, Hot, Lots of it (two entry feed four people.) Very Busy at 6;30 pm quoted 1/2 hour for carry out 1hr delivery... We chose to pickup It was ready when promised. Got 2 free egg roll with order The best part was they tasty great crunchy crispy Ordered #327 Sweet and Sour Combo in qty. of appearance, Lots of Chicken, Pork and Shrimp, the S&S sauce was great but disappointed only two pieces of Green Pepper (crispy and flavorful), two pieces of tomato (fresh and very good), 10 small pieces of Pineapple (canned but passable.) Also Shrimp With Lobster sauce. perfectly cooked shrimp, Lobster souce was a little week in seasoning and lobster flavor . I will return to try other dishes and think it is great if your in the area try it.
Love the food! Any item we have ordered at this place is delicious. I'd eat there again.
I love Canton House... : ) They have great prices and the best Lo Mein Ive had anywhere not to mention Giant portions! It's unique and they even use true Cantonese vegetables to the Americaized version of dishes. If you ask them to leave something out (Ex: I hate mushrooms) they take great care to make sure they do so and are very friendly every time I go there. Its my top choice for "Chinese" since Ive moved here!

(847) 439-6464

Chinese

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Mr Allison’s

1711 E Central Rd
Arlington Heights, 60005
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I really want to like this place and I have been here a handful of times already but I just can't. The food is just ok for me. Decor is so outdated. The staff are "rough around the edges" so better get used to that type of service when you eat your food here because all of them are that way. Two stars because they do have good prices for the food. Yes, I ordered the ham and it's the best thing on my plate but not impressive and everything else is "meh".
I was seriously unimpressed.
Good fast service. My boyfriend and I love their breakfast. Get some ham!

(847) 228-5870

Breakfast & Brunch, Diners

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Marino’s Pizza & Pasta

2300 E Rand Rd,Ste A
Arlington Heights, 60004
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(847) 398-3377

Pizza

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