Altiro Latin Fusion owners Roberto and Erika provide patrons with an experience. Enjoy tasty tacos, soups, and more delivered tapas style.
Stop by Dairy Queen on Lake Street near downtown for some classic soft serve ice cream. A staple for years, Dairy Queen is a perfect treat after dinner or after a show. Now open year-round!
Doughballs Pizza is a great place to pick up a quick slice of yummy New York style pizza. Or call ahead and pick up a pie to eat in or go. A handful of tables offers the chance to sit and relax.
Gillerson’s Grubbery is the place to grab a burger along Restaurant Row in downtown Aurora. Visit the Grubbery for good foods and craft brews. Stop by for dinner or drinks. Whether it’s tater tots and a seasonal or a juicy burger with bacon and blue cheese, you’ll be glad that you stopped in this neighborhood gastric pub. Hungry?
Enjoy outdoor dining on the Pinney Street Patio + Test Kitchen.
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!
In a hurry? Grab a quick bite to eat at everyone’s favorite sandwich shop. Subway sandwich shop is located on the ground floor of the parking garage at Downer Place and Stolp Avenue in downtown Aurora.
Two Brothers Roundhouse is an Aurora destination. Passion for beer, love of food, and appreciation for great architecture flourishes in the walls of this historic 70,000 square foot facility.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Two Brothers Roundhouse is the oldest limestone roundhouse in the United States. As with their beer and food, the live entertainment has a local flair. Whether it be a wedding, reunion or corporate event, Two Brothers has a variety of spaces for friends and family to gather.