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City of Crest Hill

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1610 Plainfield Road
Crest Hill, IL 60403
Fax: 815-744-2184
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Crest Hill is a family-friendly city which continuously welcomes newcomers to put down roots. Evidence of this influence can be found in the surprisingly diverse dining options within Crest Hill city limits. Italian, Japanese, Asian, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, as well as classic pubs and family restaurants can be found. Merichka’s is known for their world-famous poorboys. The American Italian Cultural Society hosts a two-day Festa Italiana in August. Enjoy family activities and delicious fall treats at Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm during their annual Pumpkin Fest.

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