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The Office Bar and Grill

25520 Pheasant Ln
Channahon, IL 60410
815-467-7801
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The Office Bar and Grill in Channahon is a short distance from Downtown Joliet and the Chicagoland Speedway. The Bar and Grill serves great pub food such as burgers, tacos and sandwiches. They off weekly events with Monday and Thursday nights being Texas Hold’em, every Tuesday night is free bingo and Wednesday night is team trivia. The Office Bar and Grill is great gathering spot for happy after work or to just chill with friends on Friday night.


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