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Dock Rotz Tavern

Dock Rotz Tavern

859 South Ridge Road
Minooka, IL 60447
815-467-2200
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Dock Rotz Tavern in Minooka, Illinois provides home cooked meals, specialty drinks, and one of the best selections of craft beers in the Minooka area. The comfortable atmosphere is favorite watering hole for locals and visitors alike. Plus, there are plenty of TVs to watch the big game on. Grab your friends and stop by Dock Rotz Tavern for a drink and delicious pub food.



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