3 Romeoville Restaurants Offering Takeout

Brothers having takeout from Romeoville restaurants.

Take a break from your busy day and treat yourself to takeout from one of these Romeoville restaurants. You can enjoy a great meal in the comfort of your Romeoville apartment while supporting local businesses.

McWethy’s Tavern

Enjoy an item off the lunch menu at McWethy’s Tavern. The McWethy family first came to the United States in the 1600s. Generations of McWethy men worked as businessmen and public servants until Jim McWethy founded McWethy’s Tavern and the Mistwood Golf Club in the 21st century. Try the tuna salad sandwich or classic Reuben, paired with a side of onion soup or Caesar salad. For dessert, add a slice of cheesecake or toffee bread pudding to your order.

Fat Ricky’s

Build your own dream pizza at Fat Ricky’s. Whether you love pineapple or pepperoni on pizza, you can build the ultimate pie with a range of crusts, toppings, and cheeses. You can also choose from the specialty pizza menu. Try the barbecue pizza, which comes with onions, chicken, bacon, and barbecue sauce. If pizza isn’t your style, the restaurant also offers pasta, deli subs, sandwiches, and salads.

Doc Watson’s Smokehouse

Get a taste of Texas-style barbecue from Doc Watson’s Smokehouse. Try a plate of smoked chicken wings or a half-pound of brisket, rubbed with spices, and smoked over indirect heat. Add a few beers to your order to truly complete the Texas barbecue experience. You can view the beer selection here. In addition to takeout, the restaurant also offers curbside pickup.

All in all, these Romeoville restaurants offer great options for memorable meals.

If you’re looking for more ways to support Romeoville businesses, check out our recommendations for three local breweries offering delivery services. And, to keep updated about our community, visit our blog. Our luxury apartments are especially popular in the Romeoville area. Not yet a member of our community? Contact us to learn everything HighPoint Community Apartments has to offer.



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