I recently had the opportunity to have lunch at the Village Tavern in Long Grove. I love visiting Long Grove anytime of the year. It is a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and walk the cobblestone paths and explore all the different shops that Long Grove has to offer. Especially during the holiday season, just to see all the stores and the village all decked out for the holidays. That will be coming soon, but back to the Village Tavern. They have live entertainment 6 nights a week if you stop by for dinner and a drink. This restaurant is great for a business meeting, lunch with a friend or the family and also a group of people. On this day, I was treated to a Pulled Pork Sandwich and fries for lunch with a group of tour planners who where in the area. The meal was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Mouth watering is also a good term to describe this lunch. The Village Tavern is a family-owned restaurant, and has been a favorite “watering hole” for generations. A spacious dining room and antique bar area preserve the establishment’s rustic authenticity. Especially popular is the massive 35-foot mahogany bar, which survived Chicago’s “Great McCormick Place Fire” in the 1960’s. Take a peak at their menu here, I am almost positive you will find something you will enjoy!