At in downtown Palatine, you’ll be treated to old world tavern style dining; intended to recall the past and promote the bonds between friends, neighbors and loved ones.
Warmth is the feeling that comes to mind as you encounter brass and dark-toned wood walking through the front door. In the foyer, you can glimpse the tonne mash silo where the creation of Emmett’s award winning hand crafted beers begins.
Emmett’s make sure to follow the old world brewery methods of the past.
“We import our ingredients from the country of origin; a German beer will be made with yeast, grain and hopps from Germany,” said Dan McCullough, manager.
Impromptu tours of the brewery on the lower level also are available.
A large selection of scrumptious appetizers, entrees and desserts are ready to be enjoyed.
“We have a number of signature items including battered and fried Walleye bites appetizers, bourbon beef brisket and raspberry tiramisu to top off your meal,” McCullough said.
A total of three fireplaces in the bar and dining rooms also can add some warmth in the final months of winter, while an outside patio awaits customers to enjoy when warm weather arrives.
Patch readers can enjoy a number of specials, including 50 cent wings on Wednesdays, half price pitchers of Emmett’s handcrafted beers on Thursdays and an all you can eat prime rib and pasta buffet on Fridays for lunch.
Also, on Friday and Saturday nights, Emmett’s offers a special Prime Rib dinner for those with a hearty appetite.
“It’s a great place to unwind and relax, while enjoying a classy but casual atmosphere and fantastic food,” said McCullough.
For more information, visit Emmett’s website at http://emmettsbrewingco.com/.