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You Gotta Eat: Tin Lizard

EAST PEORIA (WEEK) – There’s a new choice in the food scene in Central Illinois and it’s a sure bet you’ll be coming back for seconds. Tin Lizard opened recently

You Gotta Eat: Kelly’s on 66

LEXINGTON (WEEK) — Calling this restaurant unique is an understatement. A scuba diver hangs over the bar, kids have their own play area and a

You Gotta Eat: Cracked Pepper

PEORIA, Ill. (WEEK) — It might have started as a catering business, but these days, Cracked Pepper is one of Peoria’s most popular sit-down restaurants.

You Gotta Eat: June Bug’s Diner

EAST PEORIA, Ill. (WEEK) — If great home cooking at an affordable price, sounds good to you we’ve got you covered in this weeks “You

You Gotta Eat: Wolf Hollow Archery

CHILLICOTHE, Ill. (WEEK) — It’s a place hunters, archers and fishermen go to for reliable service, but it’s also a place where they can sit

You Gotta Eat: K’s Cafe

MINIER, Ill. (WEEK) — If you like homemade cooking…boy, have we got a place for you. Talk about service with a smile. That is what

You Gotta Eat: Biscuits and Gravy

Get those taste buds ready, because it’s time for “You Gotta Eat.” This week, I take you to a place in Metamora that certainly lives

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