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94 West one of the best restaurants in the Southwest Suburbs
If you are planning a celebration, there is no better place to do it over dinner than at one of the best restaurants in the Chicagoland suburbs, 94 West Restaurant, which is best known for its phenomenal steaks and seafood menus. 94 West boasts great service as well as great tasting food, priced to reflect the quality of the menu.
By Ray Hanania
I can never say enough or eat enough at 94 West Restaurant, 15410 94th Avenue in Orland Park. This is the top location for steak and lobster (6 to 8 ounces). The service is always great, pleasant and just enough — they don’t overdo it.
The menu from top to bottom is phenomenal. I have been going to this restaurant for years and I have never been let down. I know there are people out there who can never enjoy a good restaurant, or who go to restaurants with the goal of complaining in order to get their meal for free — yes, people, sadly it happens way too much. You just have to ignore these ignorant fools who can’t seem to enjoy a meal or afford a good one.
94 West Restaurant is the best, the place you go to when you want to celebrate something important because you know you can expect the foods to always be top of the table and great tasting. Honestly, in 50 times I have been to 94 West, I have NEVER had a bad experience.
I always take my family there to celebrate an important occasion. The last visit was this evening, New Year’s even before going to the Beverly Arts Center to catch a comedy show by WGN TV’s sports reporter Pat Tomasulo. We were there early and we took our time — we were smart and made reservations which can be done conveniently online off their website at www.94westrestaurant.com.
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Check out their menu. The prices match the quality of the food. You get what you pay for and when I go out to eat, I only want the best, which is why I gave it such a great review on Yelp, the place where people go to bitch, moan and complain.
There is nothing to complain about at 94 West Restaurant in Orland Park. Ample parking, Prices that match the quality of the great tasting food. Service that is prompt but not intrusive. They pay just enough attention to your table but not too much that they interfere with your lunch or dinner.
The restaurant also features one of the longest serving brunch menu in the Chicagoland suburbs, every Sunday from 10:30 am until 3:30 pm. Very affordable and plentiful with a great assortment to satisfy everyone’s needs.
Don;t miss out. If you have an important event to celebrate, this is the place to do it. There isn’t a better place.
Here are some of the recent photos from our last dinner, on New Year’s Eve December 31, 2019. The best place to usher in the 2020 New Year in style and with culinary satisfaction.
Enjoy it. The owners are classy and always smiling. They will go out of their way to ensure your dining experience is the best.
Here are some of the photos:
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