This Train In Chicago Is Actually A Restaurant And You Need To Visit
Sure, Americans seem to prefer their automobiles and airplanes when it comes to transportation but there is something about riding the rails that conjures up feelings of nostalgia. There is something that seems intriguing and almost Old Hollywood about putting everything into a suitcase and traveling across country on a train. Visions of Some Like It Hot and The Harvey Girls dance in your head.
So while you may not choose to ride the rails to your next destination anytime soon, if you love the old time sentimentality that comes with kicking back in a train car and enjoying some good food while you’re at it then it’s time you visited Chicago’s very own The Silver Palm Restaurant.
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Step back in time and enjoy the ambience, vintage style, and yummy eats that this old train car has to offer you in the Second City. Just don’t expect it to drop you off at home.
Have you been to Silver Palm Restaurant? Have a favorite experience, a favorite meal or a favorite drink? If so, we would love to hear all about it in the comments.
Originally from the quaint beach town of Fenwick Island, Delaware, Stephanie has called Chicago home for nearly a decade. A passion for cocktail creation, international travel and decadent foodie experiences, enjoy Stephanie's romp through the Land of Lincoln. A circus performer, stuntwoman, professed travel buff and lover of Tom Waits, Stephanie is looking forward to sharing her favorite Chicago haunts with both adventurous locals and curious travelers.
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