Downtown Aurora is where you can eat, drink, and play all year long.
Discover distinctive dining hot spots, award-winning theater, majestic river views, and family-friendly museums.
With more than two dozen restaurants, discover dining in downtown Aurora.
At Jake’s the bagels are made from scratch and steam-baked daily. Because the bagels are steamed and not boiled they’re soft both on the inside and out. Not only are the bagels homemade right in the shop, so is everything sold at Jake’s. With 15 different kinds of bagels and over 10 flavors of cream cheese, and a featured flavor of the month, there’s sure to be something to please everyone’s taste buds!
Pick up cakes, bakery items, doughnuts, delicious flan and dos leches cake out of their eye-popping, lip-licking display cases. La France welcomes you with an elegant ambiance and delicious, sweet treats. Enjoy quality-crafted custom cakes or a dessert after dinner in downtown Aurora. They offer indoor and outdoor cafe seating.
La Quinta de los Reyes is a fine Mexican restaurant located on the northwest corner of New York and Broadway. Famed for their fresh table-side salsa and guacamole, La Quinta is a stand out in downtown Aurora. The two-story building boasts lots of room and an outdoor patio. Live mariachi music and karaoke adds to the festive ambiance.
Spizzico Pizza sits just north of Restaurant Row on the southeast corner of New York and Lake Streets in downtown Aurora. Call Spizzico and pick up your hot pizza and order of fries just 10 minutes later. Spizzico sells a large one-topping pizza for only $7.99. Italian Ice and wings are also on the menu.