Mulitcultural and Midwest Flair at Five Lisle, IL Restaurants
Lisle, IL offers a number of different cultures and restaurants to try when you stay with us. Our downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods provide many different types of cuisine across a variety of price ranges, allowing you to find something different for whatever your budget. The Lisle Convention & Visitors Bureau (LCVB) also has special offers available for some of these local places, so make sure to take advantage of some of the best tasting hospitality that Lisle has to offer.
5900 S. Rt. 53, Lisle, IL
Wheatstack is a Lisle, IL favorite. The best selections of Midwest style food are on the menu and a wide selection of cocktails and wines. There’s always a draft of the month and the pricing is just right for any budget. Wheatstack offers your expected pub food but also has some choice entrees such as salmon, pasta, and steak.
Wheatstack has daily specials to satisfy even the most voracious of appetites and is a regular choice for many locals. If you want to meet Lisle, IL residents, you will find them at Wheatstack. The LCVB has a special coupon for Wheatstack as well, print it out and bring it in to save on your expenses while you are with us.
Apolis Greek Street Food
1109 Maple Ave, Lisle
Apolis offers familiar favorites such as pita, hummus, gyros (yeeros), but cultural favorites like Spanakopita (spinach pie) and Saganaki (flaming cheese) as well. Expect to spend over $10 if you order a bit but the portions definitely aren’t small and the food is delicious.
You can choose from different meats such as beef, chicken, pork, and lamb, and if you do not want a pita, they have kebabs as well. There are plenty of side dishes to choose from as well which complement the different entrees and guarantee you a satisfying and adventurous meal.
4732 Main St, Lisle, IL
Yerbabuena is one of the more well-known Mexican food restaurants in Lisle and with good reason. They serve tacos, tostadas, enchiladas, fajitas, and burritos, but with their own generational flair. They offer the experience of tableside guacamole, something different from the Miguel Specials menu, and a diverse menu to choose from a variety of different dishes, vegetarian or meat.
The prices will go near $20 on most dishes for an individual, but it is worth every penny for what you will eat. Additionally, the Lisle Convention and Visitors Bureau has a special deal available, print yours for the next time you are out.
NWB – Next Whiskey Bar
4732 Main Street, Lisle, IL
NWB serves comfort food, whiskey, and a southern vibe occasionally filtered through Asian, Latin, and Mediterranean influences. You can have lunch or dinner, and combine that with one of the most extensive whiskey/bourbon selections in Lisle. Prices are pretty competitive in regards to other places to eat, but the Suribachi hamburger definitely stands out on the menu, and you can never go wrong with mac & cheese.
There is definitely a wide variety of sandwiches, salads, and appetizers fitting for any group for whatever they may want to eat. And the menu has enough of a unique flair to make an impression on any out of town guests. Add NWB to your list of go-to places when you visit Lisle, you won’t encounter anything else like it.
The Bavarian Lodge
1800 Ogden Ave, Lisle, IL
The Bavarian Lodge is a German pub in Lisle that carries an extensive beer list, and a wide selection of wines and spirits. If you are a connoisseur of alcohol make time to examine their choices, which are regularly updated. Various types of cider and mead are also available, making for a unique evening of drinking if you so choose.
The Bavarian Lodge carries a strong German influence on its menu, serving a multitude of Schnitzel, from Wiener to Konigsberger. And while vegetarians will have a few items to choose from, the sandwiches, dinners, and most of the appetizers are decidedly for meat lovers. There are a few cost-effective items on the menu, but definitely keep a festive night in mind if you come here. You will find no better taste of German culture and food in Lisle, making the Bavarian Lodge part of your trip is a must.