Help support the NEW200 Foundation and enjoy a great meal at one of Wheaton’s finest restaurants. On the day’s listed below, the following restaurants are generously donating 10% of the day’s receipts to the NEW200 Foundation. The NEW200 Foundation funds innovative programs in the arts, science and technology that remain beyond the reach of traditional funding capabilities. We seek to extend that reach and provide every student with the best education possible. Currently, the NEW200 Foundation is approving grant funding for the Spring of 2013 and taking nominations for the distinguished teacher of the year awards. Make your reservations today!
Tuesday February 5th – Suzette’s Creperie – 211 W. Front St. – 630-462-0898
Award winning French restaurant patterned after the Boulangeries and Patisseries of Paris. Come join us in our new dining room… Same inviting and elegant cuisine, just more of it! Dine with us for Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, and Dinner. The menu has expanded to include both savory and sweet crepes as well as bistro-style fare.
Tuesday February 19th – Ivy – 120 N. Hale St. – 630-665-2489
Ivy’s Restaurant features an atmosphere of casual elegance. The historic building was built as a chapel in 1928. Owners Dick and Carol O'Gorman, along with General Manager Jason Sandquist, and partners Mark and Vicki Nelson have utilized the beauty and historic architecture of the building to create a unique dining experience. By incorporating the beautiful stained glass windows and commanding cathedral ceiling, they have turned all aspects of this majestic interior into an absolute perfect backdrop for our Executive Chef's creative dishes.
Tuesday February 26th – Genghis Grill – 106 N. Hale St. – 630-665-3600
Ghengis Grill – The Mongolian Stir Fry is a build your own bowl, fast casual, Asian stir-fry concept. The atmosphere is colorful, lively, and a lot of fun! It’s actually not a cuisine, but an INTERACTIVE style of exhibition cooking modeled after a centuries-old legend. According to his legend, 12th century Mongol warriors, led by the mighty warrior Ghengis Kahn, heated their shields over open fires to grill food in the fields of battle!