The Illinois Restaurant With German Roots That Date Back To The 1800s
Starting in the 1800s through the early 1900s, there was an influx of European settlers who came to Illinois to start a new life. One of the largest European groups to have settled here was the Germans, and you can find German cultural influence throughout the state in places like restaurants. One such German restaurant in Illinois is The Berghoff, which has been open since 1898.
The Berghoff is a historic German restaurant in Illinois that’s worthy of a visit. If you’ve been here before, please share your experience with us! To learn more about The Berghoff’s history and to see a menu, visit the website and give the Facebook page a follow.
To explore more of the German influence in the Prarie State, visit Maeystown, a historic German town in Illinois.
Address: 17 W Adams St, Chicago, IL 60603, USA
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