Arlington Heights’ Palm Court Restaurant opened to rave reviews 33 years ago and the rest is history. The unforgettable cuisine, friendly service and sophisticated atmosphere at the fine dining restaurant have kept patrons coming back again and again.
"We are proud to say that we are a family-run business, and at different times as many as three generations have worked here together," Sandie Christensen of Palm Court Restaurant said.
The hard-working and close-knit Sellis family is responsible for the success of Palm Court Restaurant. Angelo oversees the responsibilities in the kitchen, while his brother John manages the front of the house and the lounge. With the help of Angelo's wife, Elaine, one of the trio is at the restaurant every day to oversee the food, the service, the entertainment and the happiness of the customers.
With three dining rooms available, a fully stocked bar and a cocktail lounge, Palm Court Restaurant offers the perfect place to enjoy live entertainment from Monday through Sunday.
For more information about any of Palm Court Restaurant's offerings, call 847-870-7770, view the restaurant on the Web at http://www.palmcourt.net/index.html or visit 1912 N. Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights.
About Palm Court Restaurant
Since 1979, the Sellis family has created an imaginative and tantalizing menu that combines American cuisine with European influences. Quality fresh seafood, including Dover sole, is expertly prepared and served at the table. Skilled chefs prepare steaks to the patron's liking. The family ensures that all dining experiences are sensational, including such house favorites as the tournedos of filet mignon, crisp Long Island duckling, veal scaloppini and provimicalf's liver.
The cuisine is a contemporary mix with such favorites as oysters Rockefeller and veal Oscar. It also boasts healthier fare, such as grilled salmon with honey and soy sauce. The Sellisfamily tries hard to maintain excellent quality food at reasonable prices.
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