The co-owner of a new Pekin family grill strives to provide business with honour and make them feel during home while they knowledge what he says is good food and good service.
Pekin American Grill, located during 3200 Court St. in Pekin, non-stop on Tuesday. It is a third grill of a Dzambazi family, that has been in a grill business for 15 years. Immigrants from Macedonia with a grill in Aledo, Illinois, for a year and one in Muscatine, Iowa, for 5 years, a family’s preference to open a new caf� in Pekin was two-fold.
“We saw an opportunity,” pronounced Tony Dzambazi, co-owner of Pekin American Grill. “We suspicion (Pekin) indispensable another restaurant, generally on Court Street on this side of a town, and we also have some family in this area, so we wanted to be closer to them, as well.”
The Dzambazis’ dual prior businesses served food identical to a Pekin American Grill’s menu, that Dzambazi described as “kind of like a Denny’s.”
“Everything will be fresh,” he said.
They will offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, with breakfast served all day. For breakfast, people can design dishes like omelet skillets, pancakes and waffles; for lunch, there will be sandwiches, horseshoes, and boiled chicken; and for dinner, liver and onions, chopped beef and duck strips. There will be a series of homemade, special dishes served via a week like primary rib, meatloaf, goulash, fry chicken, and several soups, such as duck and dumplings, duck and rice and duck noodle soup. Once a week, there will be a special that we would see in Europe. These special, European dishes have nonetheless to be worked out.
The thought of a Pekin American Grill was formulated during a commencement of final year, a Court Street skill being purchased in May 2017. It took a lot of remodeling to renovate a former automobile lot into a restaurant, Dzambazi said. Construction started in Aug and took about 4 months. One of a many changes was an further to a behind of a building.
Treating business with honour and creation them feel during home was partial of a Dzambazis’ prior restaurants, and that will lift over to a Pekin American Grill.
“That’s just, we guess, a kind of people my family are,” Tony Dzambazi said. “We like to be really welcoming and accessible to everyone.”
Pekin American Grill will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday by Saturday, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays and Mondays. For some-more information about a Pekin American Grill or for takeout or carryout orders, call 309-346-3331.
Dzambazi doesn’t know if his family will open anymore restaurants in a executive Illinois area in a future.
“For now,” he said, “we’ll concentration only on here to make certain we take caring of everyone.”