Ricky B's at Woodfield Mall

Ricky B's at Woodfield Mall

The newest restaurant located in Woodfield Mall is the upscale, yet approachable Ricky B’s.  SBA President Kaili Harding recently had the pleasure to meet and dine with the team at Ricky B’s as they joined the Association.  The owners of Ricky B’s are masters of the culinary and hospitality world, they also own and manage the Chicago Chop House, and Nashville’s acclaimed Stockyard Steak House, as well as several hotels around the country.   

Ricky B’s is located between the Sears and Macy’s wings at Woodfield Mall, and can be easily access through a private entrance outside the mall.  Their menu is diverse, featuring salads, sandwiches, a variety of easily shared appetizers, and of course burgers.  Kaili had The Green Dream Burger which featured hand sliced avocado, crispy peppercorn bacon, poblano corn relish, arugula pesto mayo, and smoked gouda, with a side of sweet potato fries that were cooked to perfection.  She also tried their Ricky’s Bombinis which are fresh homemade doughnut balls served with a trio of dipping sauces.  Ricky B’s is certainly the type of restaurant your business lunch would benefit from, a sharply appointed dining area featuring enough light to take notes, music that’s turned down enough to talk over, and service that’s astute enough to take orders when you aren’t in the middle of the deal.  All in all, this is exactly the type of “burger joint” Schaumburg’s business professionals have been waiting for.

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1. Francy wrote:
, I still find it disturbing that the peolpe on the receiving end of all the help, both financial and time, vote to send those to Congress who would cut the budgets of the very programs that are footing the bill at the taxpayer's expense and in so doing deny that same help to others in our country. They should, above all, be thankful they did NOT get what they voted for or they'd be sitting on a stump in the hot sun with no hope whatsoever for the future. THAT is the world Long and Blunt would have us live in.Let's hope they've learned a valuable lesson but alas, I seriously doubt it.

Nov, 09 @ 4:04 PM

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