1. Holiday Parties Made Easy

    In our last blog, we reviewed a few light, fresh salads, but as the weather has begun to cool here in Wood Dale, there’s no doubt that fall has arrived in Illinois. With the changing of the season, many people may be starting to plan for their holiday parties. Whether you’re planning a company gathering or a private party for family and friends, the process can be stressful, and in today’s b…Read More

  2. Give Mom the Gift of Catering Services!

    The weather is warming up and the days are getting longer. That can only mean one thing: spring is upon us! As we put the cold, snowy days of winter behind us and look forward to spring, we may start thinking about upcoming special events such as Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day is May 14 this year, and while it is still a couple of months away, it’s never too early to start thinking about how you…Read More

  3. Ideas for Spring Catering

    After the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, most people don’t throw many special events for the remainder of the winter. Once springs hits, however, there are many special occasions you might need catering in Wood Dale. Here are just a few common events we get calls for this time of year: Graduation Graduation parties are the perfect occasion for catering. As you celebrate your new gradua…Read More

  4. You Can Still Eat Out And Keep Your Weight Loss Resolution

    It is that time of year when people start falling back on their new year’s resolutions. We all know that a healthy diet is a major part of any successful weight plan. But eating healthy to lose weight doesn’t mean you have to stop visiting your favorite restaurants! It is possible to eat out and achieve your weight loss goals at the same time. Here are some things to keep in mind next time you…Read More

  5. Bring In The New Year With A Private Party

    New Year’s Eve is one of the most magical nights of the year. Looking back on what changes the previous year brought and reflecting on your memories with family and friends is only half the fun. You also get to look forward to the promise of a fresh start. Making resolutions for the upcoming year is a great way to set personal goals. There are so many options for ringing in the new year. Hitting…Read More

  6. Keep The Blues Away As The Seasons Change

    In just a few days, we will be officially turning back the clocks, which means we get an extra hour of sleep. Unfortunately, it also means we lose all of that wonderful daylight and sunshine that comes with spring and summer out on our patio. Spring forward and fall back -hat’s the rule we follow when changing our clocks. Don’t forget to turn your clock back on Sunday, November 1st, 2015. Dayl…Read More

  7. When Life Gets Busy, Let Us Handle The Food

    With the holidays rapidly approaching, your desire to cook nightly meals is probably decreasing. It is a busy time of the year with parties, guests, shopping and decorating. It can be a daunting thought that in between all of the festivities you still need to put food on the table. Let Crossroads Sports Bar handle it! Our extensive restaurant menu in Wood Dale is sure to have something for everyon…Read More

  8. America’s Favorite Food: The History Of The Hamburger

    Over the last 120 years, the hamburger has become a worldwide phenomenon. More than anything else, the hamburger is a uniquely American dish. Although the meat patty used in hamburgers was already popular amongst German immigrants, the hamburger we know and love today took the concept to the next level. The Germans-Americans of the mid 1800’s prepared a dish that they referred to as a “Hamburg…Read More

  9. The History Of Craft Brewing

    The history of craft brewing made it to America’s landscape by the late 1970s. The traditions and styles brought over by immigrants from all over the world were disappearing. Only light beer appeared on shelves and in bars in Wood Dale and imported beer was not a significant player in the marketplace. By the end of the decade, the beer industry had consolidated to only 44 brewing companies. Indu…Read More