Reviews – Bold American Fare
  • 8 South Main Street, Algonquin, IL 60102
  • (847) 658 5600

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Northwest Herald, 6/1/17 by Hannah Prokop The unique menu at Bold American Fare in Algonquin is what owner Greg Geigel and executive chef Mathew Lucas said sets the restaurant apart from others in the area. “We do not cut any corners in the kitchen,” said Lucas, of Crystal Lake. A lobster pop tart and chicken and waffles are among menu items that Lucas said puts a twist on American fare. Everything from dressings to drinks are […]

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Northwest Herald, 9/11/17 It’s always a thrill when a new restaurant opens that truly offers something unique – especially when it doesn’t require a 45-mile drive to the city. Add delicious food and attentive service, and we comfortably can start using words like sensational to describe Bold American Fare in Algonquin. From its historic Main Street location, comfortable interior and “bold” array of creative menu items, McHenry County has a new gem for gourmands to […]

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Daily Herald, 8/16/2017, by Jackie Runice In the culinary Zeitgeist, new restaurant names seem to be intentionally quizzical in an effort to be clever: think Chicago eateries like Daisies, Parachute or Wood. I’m glad Algonquin’s new Bold American Fare puts its creative effort on the plate and in the glass, boldly going where few McHenry County eateries have gone before. Ghosts of businesses past in this space on Algonquin’s Main Street include Village Hall, a butcher shop […]

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