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Guidebook for Geneva

Selena

Guidebook for Geneva

Food Scene
Great local Coffee Shop on historic 3rd street. Lots of Shops an boutiques
Graham's 318 Coffeehouse
318 South 3rd Street
Great local Coffee Shop on historic 3rd street. Lots of Shops an boutiques
You know what Dairy Queen is. Ice Cream only, no food.
Dairy Queen Store
703 East State Street
You know what Dairy Queen is. Ice Cream only, no food.
Good food and drinks
Geneva Ale House
319 West State Street
Good food and drinks
Great atmosphere at this high end Mexican restaurant. Cool outdoor patio. Must stop in if you love tacos.
Bien Trucha
410 West State Street
Great atmosphere at this high end Mexican restaurant. Cool outdoor patio. Must stop in if you love tacos.
Great breakfast spot.
6
locals recommend
Buttermilk
7 West State Street
6
locals recommend
Great breakfast spot.
Drinks & Nightlife
Good local bar and grill.
Flagstone Crafts
105 West State Street
Good local bar and grill.
Good local bar to watch sports
Old Towne Pub & Eatery
201 West State Street
Good local bar to watch sports
Everything Else
Great place to access the 30 miles of river bike trails. Also a great spot to put in for Kayak
Bennett Park
Great place to access the 30 miles of river bike trails. Also a great spot to put in for Kayak
Best deep dish pizza in Chicago. 630-208-1600.
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria - Carry Out
1048 Commons Drive
Best deep dish pizza in Chicago. 630-208-1600.
Gas Station and convenient store with a liquor store behind it.
The PRIDE of Geneva - Mobil
1166 East State Street
Gas Station and convenient store with a liquor store behind it.
Selena's favorite store. Cool Boutique store with many kitschy gifts.
Cocoon
212 South 3rd Street
Selena's favorite store. Cool Boutique store with many kitschy gifts.
Yoga.
Prana Yoga Center
321 Stevens Street
Yoga.
Cool spot to check out on short bike ride. Cross the river to the Japanese garden at historic Frank Lloyd Wright home
Fabyan Windmill
Crissey Avenue
Cool spot to check out on short bike ride. Cross the river to the Japanese garden at historic Frank Lloyd Wright home