Shamrock Fest 2021 at Palmer Place


Amount of people will be restricted and enforced. Time limits on tables.

Schedule of Events

Friday 3/12

“Corned Beef” Burrito (aka “Evil”)

6:00 pm

Saturday 3/13 

Blarney Stone’d

11 am 

 Scott Allan Band 

2 pm

The World Famous Shannon Rovers Bagpipe Band

5:30 pm

Kickin' Jimmy 

7:30 pm

Sunday 3/14 

JD Kostyk 


The World Famous Shannon Rovers Bagpipe Band  


Wednesday 3/17 

Katie & Kelly

1 pm

The World Famous Shannon Rover Bag Pipe Band

5 pm 

Community Toast To "All Those We Have Lost"

immediately followed by:

The World Famous Shannon Rover Bag Pipe Band


Chicks with Picks

6:30 pm

Welcome to Palmer Place
Restaurant and Beirgarten

A Menu For Every Taste

Explore our menu. We are sure to have your new favorite.


You must bring and wear a mask or face covering to be admitted and must wear it when entering, getting up (like going to the bathroom) and exiting.

We will all be wearing masks, we know you will be considerate of others and have one too. When you are here please wash and sanitize your hands (if you haven’t already before your visit) and maintain 6 feet away from our staff and other customers that are not part of your group. Everything is constantly cleaned and sanitized so you know you can chill and know your in a safe environment. Our patio tables and indoor dining will be on a first come, first serve basis, and currently we are not taking reservations. We will have a two hour table time limit when we are on a wait for tables because we want everyone to be able to enjoy their time sitting outside. 


A maximum of 10 people in your group are allowed and can only be seated once the entire party has arrived. Sorry you can’t group tables together. 


We ARE Fully State Compliant: 

We follow closely the State of Illinois health guidelines so we can bring you your favorite food and drinks in a safe manner. All of our Palmer staff are fully trained and ready to properly serve you with care. We want to make you as comfortable as possible because your our valued customer. 



If you feel ill or have been asked to self-isolate, please remain home until you are better.


If your not comfortable being here, (or any other place for that matter) please do not visit us now but some other time in the future when your more comfortable. Also, NO negativity. Only positive happy vibes around here. 


Bottom line folks, we are so very happy to see all our friends, neighbors and community. We want to thank you all for your support during the past few difficult months. We are proud to be fully compliant. The Palmer Place staff are happy and enthusiastic to have you all back and want to give you the best experience possible.  Join us today for some great food and refreshing drinks with old friends or make some new friends here. 


- Steve and Phil Palmer

Our History

Celbrating 37 Years in the Community!


In June of 1976 our parents Mike & Ruth Palmer purchased The Spot to Eat Restaurant in downtown
LaGrange. The Spot to Eat was a small deli restaurant that had been in LaGrange since at least the early...


What's Happening at Palmer Place

Phil Vettel of the
Chicago Tribune says,
BEST WINGS  in the area!

Click here to read article

The La Grange Stands for Small Business Raffle brings big prizes to a community that supports all of our small businesses. Rally around them and make a difference today by purchasing tickets to our super raffle – and you might win one of three fabulous prize baskets, each one valued at $3000 and filled with gift cards to some of your favorite La Grange restaurants, retailers and wellness businesses.

We proudly support local charites with Palmer Place meals like Beds Plus. We come together as a team to assist and contribute to our community. 

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