Baskin-Robbins

10340 S Harlem Ave
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(708) 233-9070

Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

Store is open now

Papa John’s Pizza

8803 W 95th St
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(708) 599-7272

Pizza

Store is open now

Valley Inn Catering

10620 S Roberts Rd
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(708) 974-4374

Pizza, Caterers

Store is open now

Domino’s Pizza

10402 S Harlem Ave
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(708) 233-0700

Pizza, Chicken Wings, Sandwiches

Store is open now

Palos Hills Pancake House

10719 S Roberts Rd
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(708) 974-9010

Breakfast & Brunch

Store is open now

Lithuanian Plaza

9921 S Roberts Rd
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(708) 599-9866

Delis, Sandwiches

Store is open now

Mickey’s Gyros

10701 S Roberts Rd
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
I like these grease pit counter places amd this place did not disappoint. Standard menu. Fair prices. Fast service. Good food. I got gyro fry water for about $8. The gyro tasted a little funky. Kinda like a dead possum that had been under the porch for a few days in the summer. But guess what. I liked it. It tasted good to my mouth. Also liked the toasted pita. Fries were crispy and good. Only reason they lost a star is because they didn't seem to have a public bathroom and the table was kinda dirty. Not filthy. But if it was a toilet I would build a nest before I sat on it. Wipe the tables down and get a bathroom and you get 5 stars.
When driving down Roberts Road with a friend of mine we spotted a place called Mickey's Gyros and decided to stop in to give it a try. Around the South Side and South suburbs there are a lot of places called Nicky's and Mickey's with very similar food offerings and menus.This place has one very long counter to order at and behind there is where your food is prepared. After looking over the menu I decided to try a hot dog and a "Big Mickey" which from the description I determined is just a re-named "Big Baby" burger". Waited a few minutes and my food was ready for me to dig in to. We'll start with the Big Mickey burger. The big mickey was a double cheeseburger with grilled onions on top, cheese, mustard and ketchup on a sesame seed bun. The way the onions were grilled was decent, but quite a step back from other places I've had serving similar burgers. Overall for the price I'd say it was worth it, but other options exist. The burger was greasy, the condiments were well applied. But the burger and onions were grilled a little less than ideally. Then we have the hot dog. This hot dog came on a regular non-poppy seed bun. The bun was soft and didn't have any signs of dryness. The sausage used was skinless and from the taste was immediately recognized by me as being Red Hot Chicago brand. There was a gigantic pickle every bit as thick as the hot dog itself on top, light mustard, onions and relish. There were no sport peppers, tomato and no celery salt on this hot dog. The dominant flavor with this dog was the pickle which completely overpowered everything else. I'd say the hot dog was quite a bit worse than the burger. Overall service here was friendly, I had a four star quality burger, and a two star hot dog. Based on this, I'll go right up the middle and award them three stars and recommend the Big Mickey as a good but not great inexpensive burger. We'll close with this simple song. Who's the leader of the club that's made for all of us? M-I-C-K-E-Y G-Y-R-O-S Who can make a hot dog that is quite far from the best? M-I-C-K-E-Y G-Y-R-O-S
I absolutely love this place..There food never ever disappoints..They have the best gyros dinners so tasty and tender..And I love there french fries. They also have a good chicken pita sandwich..also...Try any of there items and you won't be disappointed. ..Great place,Great family

(708) 974-0880

Restaurants

Store is open now

Ciao Ristorante & Bar

10296 S 78th Ave
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
My review is soley based on the fact that I was trying to book an event in the party room, and I have yet to get a response back. I've sent 3 emails and I got a 2 word response back to my first email asking how many people does the room accomodate. I got the number and when I asked if a certain date was available I got no response. I later sent another email and still no response back. I guess they don't want my business or they never check their emails. I guess I will be looking elsewhere for my 60+ people.
I have been wanting to try this place. It's near home and looked to be a little more upscale than the rest of the neighborhood. I bought a Groupon to check it out. We made reservations for a Saturday night at about 7P. We wanted to sit outside since it was a beautiful summer evening. We got there and they seated us immediately in the courtyard. They even set the table so that we are both looking into the courtyard and not onto 103rd St traffic. The only mood breaker was when a pick up truck of rowdy kids shouting and screaming went by (probably on their way to Friendship Fest...). A reminder that we are in Palos Hills and not Hinsdale.. The food was very good. We had fried calamari as the appetizer. It was tender and not greasy in the least. The Cocktail sauce was good with a hint of horseradish. We had a chicken cilantro soup which I highly recommend. I had the chicken Vesuvius with Artichoke hearts. Many restaurants that mention artichokes will pulverize them so that they are barely noticeable, not here. The artichoke hearts were quartered, well seasoned and were quite good. The chicken, which consisted of 3 4 ounce pieces. This is great for leftovers. The seasoning was good and tasted just as good the next day when I used the rest in my salad. Finally we went for the chocolate lava cake (we picked it because it was the smallest as we were both close to being stuffed). It was rich and paired very well with the Lohr Cabernet that I had sipping through dinner. Here is one thing that few people know about this place. As we were sitting in the courtyard, we noticed that the planters didn't contain roses or petunias. One had tomatoes, another had eggplants, some had herbs. All the planters contained edible plants. We commented on them as we were impressed by it. They told us that they do use these veggies and herbs in their cooking. Yes folks, some of the produce they use is grown on the premises. Is that cool or what??
We had an enjoyable meal here. The dining room is just big enough. It looks like it held 2 large parties and multiple couples well enough, and there is a patio area with a few tables as well. Like any decent Italian place, there was oil with cheese for the bread; no crushed spices came with, but the bread itself arrived warm and had a good texture and taste. As an appetizer, the mussels with "spicy" marinara were good. I know that spicy is a relative term; it had a little kick, but definitely not too hot. The wine list is just fine. I've seen shorter lists and longer lists; I'm not a wine connoisseur but I enjoyed my $5 glass of Pinot Grigio. My Pollo Maria entree was delicious. Our server was pleasant, too.

(708) 237-2426

Italian

Store is open now

McDonald’s

11050 Southwest Hwy
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
I had been frequenting the McDonald's drive thru on 95th in Hickory Hills and had nothing but bad orders and management that just doesn't care. This McDonald's has gotten my order right every single time so far.
This McDonald's rarely participates in current chain promotions. For example, they had a banner up for the McRib, but no longer offered it. Monopoly playing cards? All gone in the first few days! It is clean, though.
Definitely think this is one of the nicer McDonalds in the area...

(708) 974-3838

Burgers, Fast Food

Store is open now

The Valley Inn

8300 W 107th St
Palos Hills, 60465
Reviews:
So yeap, definitely saw the episode of Restaurant Impossible where they came in to the Valley Inn and fixed it up. Pretty much had to go in and give it a try seeing as its only 5 minutes from my house, plus I can now say "hey, I stopped in that place that was on TV..." like it somehow makes me a big deal. Anyway, I never tried Valley Inn before it was on the show and went through the remodel, so I can't say if its a major improvement or not. It's not bad inside, seems clean, and the remodel seems to have made it a little more modern. We were seated right away, and the wait staff was very nice and helpful. One of the first things we tried were the Onion Rings with Spicy Ketchup. This was featured on the show, so we had to give it a try. The onion rings were really good and flavorful, and the spicy ketchup is the perfect compliment to them. These onion rings are a classic case of less is more. They are very simple shoestring onion rights, fried, seasoned, and served with the ketchup. Nothing fancy, but in this case, it works well. Next up was the main course, I tried the Fried Chicken since it is supposed to be one of the staples at Valley Inn. There is an option to order all white meat when you order the fried chicken dinner, which is what I ordered. What I got was 3 pretty huge chicken breasts, along with a side of pasta that came with it (you also have an option for fries or potato) The chicken was great, not dry at all, not super greasy, and seasoned really well. I couldn't even finish the chicken let alone the side of pasta, but I did try it just to see how it was. I'm finnicky with pasta, but this wasn't bad. Again nothing to fancy, which again works for the Valley Inn. I would definitely come back to the Valley Inn again. I will say, its more of an older crowd in here.
If I were reviewing the food alone it would be 5 stars!!! Go for the food, service is great, its fun seeing something that was on a tv show. Now why I knocked off 2 stars. The drinks! They are tasty but way over priced for what they are. I spent a ridiculous amount of money to catch a buzz that if I had been in any other bar I probably would have ended up hospitalized (I am a very light social drinker). If you want fantastic food, huge portions, great friendly service, and a fun time this is your place! If you want to go out drinking do so before you come here (it's a 4am bar).
My wife and i went here to see if it had really turned around after Restaurant: Impossible. They absolutely have. I had pot roast with Guinness mushroom gravy that was delicious! It also had perfectly cooked asparagus. She got shrimp pasta with a super fresh tasting marinera sauce that I would order anytime! It is in a neighborhood, not on a main street, but worth a visit if you are nearby. Both things we ordered were daily specials. I gave 5 stars to bump up their average, since the old reviews are still here. It's much better now.

(708) 974-0509

Bars, American (New), American (Traditional)

Store is open now