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Norton's Restaurant

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(2 Reviews)

1905 Sheridan Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035

(847) 432-3287

Today: 11:30 am - 11:30 pm
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Regular Hours
Tue - Sat:
Extra Phones

Phone: (847) 432-3944

Fax Number: (847) 432-3944

Fax: (847) 432-3944

Payment method
all major credit cards
Price Range
Highland Park North
American Restaurants, Bars, Caterers, Hamburgers & Hot Dogs, Night Clubs, Pizza, Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Seafood Restaurants, Taverns
Other Information

Cuisines: Burgers, Caterers, American, Sandwiches, Hot Dogs, Seafood, Pizza

Parking: Street

Attire: Casual


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Don't Bother

While this establishment appeared to be very busy and lively on a recent Saturday night visit, my experience was very unpleasant. We were treated very rudely by the hostess/owner. We were questioned (Gestapo-like) about our intentions as we entered the restaurant and inquired about the availability of a table. We were asked to wait (we asumed until a table became available) and stood in our coats as we ordered glasses of wine. As tables became available, they were given to other patrons (who were not eating or drinking anything!) After about a 1/2 hour, a table became available right behind us and we helped ourselves to it as the hostess seemed none-too-concerned with our status. This caught her attention. We were immediately chastised!! (Can you believe it?!) We then had to flag someone down to order more drinks and dessert. We ended up spending in excess of $60 - which was more than any one of the previously seated groups were spending. We were treated rudely the rest of the evening by the hostess. This place clearly caters to it's regulars for whatever reason and isn't really interested in new, stylishly dressed and ready-to-spend-money types of customers. The pie was good. I hear the food is alright, but I won't be going back. It's a shame that a community as lovely as Highland Park would tolerate such an unfriendly and unaccommodating place of business.



The Best

Norton's is like Cheers. Everybody knows your name and the food is as excellent as the hospitality. It's a rare place these days that makes you feel at home, but this is one.