Featured Location: SUMMIT, NJ

A Short Train Ride from ManhattanWinberie’s Restaurant & Bar is housed in the historic Summit Opera House.
Designed in 1893 for the Women’s Christian Temperance Union by architect Theodore Mead, Jr. In return for title to the property, Civil War veteran Joel G. Van Cise completed the construction and provided the W.C.T.U. with a local headquarters. (He also used the site as a rostrum when he ran for U.S. President on the Prohibition Party ticket.) In addition, the building housed an 800-seat Vaudeville stage hall that became Summit's very first movie house, a coffee shop, reading rooms, resort-quality sleeping rooms and a basement that boasted sixty-foot bowling alleys. Visit this Location »

Featured Location: oak Park, IL

Historic surroundings 10 minutes outside of downtown Chicago
Winberie’s Restaurant & Bar is located at the Southwest corner of Oak Park Avenue and Lake Street, in the historic Scoville Square building (National Register). Built in 1905 by the Scoville family—the founding family of Oak Park and designed by EE Roberts—Scoville Square is rich in architectural detail as well as history. One of the few examples of Prairie style architecture applied to commercial buildings; this struture is the cornerstone of Oak Park’s Avenue Lake Commercial Center.

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Featured Location: buffalo grove, il

Huge Burgers, Comfortable Chairs
Nestled in Chicago’s northwest suburb of Buffalo Grove, Winberie’s Restaurant & Bar is a comfortable stop for walkers, shoppers and loungers. Patio dining combines with people watching and wine sipping to make this a totally relaxed dining experience.

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Featured Location: Princeton, NJ

The Favorite Meeting Place of Princetonians
Located directly across from Princeton University, Winberie’s Restaurant & Bar is the cornerstone restaurant of Downtown Princeton in Palmer Square. Winberie’s has served the community, college students and visitors since 1984.

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