Duluth Trading Company sells workmen’s apparel and other outdoor apparel and is known for clever and humorous advertising. Be sure to stop by and check out their store!
Main Event is the best, and easiest plan to HEAD FOR FUN with state of the art bowling, multi-level laser tag, over 100 arcade games, gravity ropes course and so much more.
Conveniently located at the entertainment crossroads, Poplar-Prairie Stone Crossing is a community shopping center featuring Target, TJ Maxx, Ross, Ulta Beauty, World Market Petsmart, and more.
After an exciting day, unwind and enjoy the spacious accommodations and classic amenities that await at the Chicago Marriott Northwest.
Cabela’s is a premium outdoor gear and sporting goods store serving hunting, fishing, shooting & camping enthusiasts in the Chicagoland area.
This restaurant and OTB offers an American Eclectic menu known for its seasonal menu and relaxing yet upbeat atmosphere.
This 11,000 seat, multi-purpose family entertainment, cultural and sports arena is home to the Windy City Bulls and many other events throughout the year.
Named for the lush treescapes and gardens of landscape, this upscale mix of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues is the place to shop, dine and play.
Poplar Creek at 59-90 is an Entertainment, Dining, and Shopping District at the intersection of I-90 (Jane Addams Tollway) and Illinois Route 59. The Sears Centre Arena, Cabela's, Poplar-Prairie Crossing Shopping Center, Main Event Entertainment, The Arboretum, and the Chicago Marriott Northwest are gathering places for friends, families and residents.
The name Poplar Creek references the popular outdoor music theater at this location in the 1970’s — a successful entertainment venue that lives on in the memory of a generation of music lovers. This atmosphere exists again today and the name was adopted as part of the new identity for an even more robust entertainment area — Poplar Creek at 59-90, the Entertainment Crossroads. Poplar Creek at 59-90 features many of the most exciting stores and restaurants in Chicago’s northwest suburbs.
The open-air center offers a mix of upscale and budget-friendly dining options like Cooper’s Hawk Winery, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Anna Shea Chocolates & Lounge, Georgio’s Chicago Pizzeria, Mago Grill & Cantina, L’Eiffel Bistrot, Panera Bread, Noodles & Company, Potbelly Sandwich Works and many more.Visit Website
Whatever you have a taste for, this center has a restaurant to satisfy: Claim Jumper, Buffalo Wild Wings, Pita Pita, Firehouse Subs, Jersey Mikes, Starbucks, Rookies Bar and Grill, Red Robin, Chipotle, Which Wich, Panda Express, Dunkin Donuts and Moe’s Southwest Grill.Visit Website
The Saddle Room offers an American eclectic menu that changes with each season. Whether in their dining room, lounge, wine bar, outdoor patio or track room guests are assured of a great experience. Come, relax and enjoy the upbeat atmosphere and friendly service.Visit Website
From delicious snacks to a full sports bar, to oven-baked artisan pizza, to a full-service American grill, there is something for everyone at this world-class restaurant inside a family entertainment facility.Visit Website
Open April through October, the first public beer garden in Chicagoland offers a unique opportunity to enjoy a half or full liter of Munich Hofbrauhaus beer with a giant pretzel while relaxing in the natural sanctuary of the Village Green between the grove of trees and serene pond. Add this to your bucket list so you can check it off!Visit Website
Looking for a quick bite? Culver’s is the only fast-food drive-thru restaurant in 59-90 and features succulent ButterBurgers and delicious frozen custard. With more than 80 Fresh Frozen Custard Flavor of the Day options be sure to check each day what flavor is featured. Stop by today at the corner of Route 59 and Hoffman Blvd and enjoy delicious!Visit Website
59-90 hosts more than 75 shops and stores. Cabela’s offers free seminars and lessons, aquariums, taxidermy museum, unique showcases, a 26 foot high conservation mountain and a fudge shop to enhance your shopping experience. Poplar-Prairie Stone Crossing and The Arboretum address all of your shopping needs. Tenants include Target, L.L.Bean, TJ Maxx, Pinstripes, PetSmart, World Market, Sports Authority, Arhaus, Coldwater Creek, Jos. A. Bank, Ann Taylor LOFT, Victoria’s Secret, DSW, Charming Charlie’s and many others. Duluth Trading Company sells workmen's apparel and other outdoor apparel and is known for clever and humorous advertising campaigns also has a small history homage to Hoffman Estates. Come and see what new adventure you will discover today!
There are so many possibilities to play at 59-90. The Sears Centre Arena is home to the Windy City Bulls, the minor league team of the Chicago Bulls but also features other professional, semi-pro and collegiate athletic events, concerts, performing arts and family shows. Main Event family entertainment offers visitors bowling, laser tag, a gravity course, arcade games, Ballards and full restaurant. Free concerts in the park are offered on Thursday nights in the summer at the Village Green. All other events at the Village Green can be seen here. Poplar-Prairie Shopping Center and The Arboretum also host events throughout the year so be sure to check them out when romping at 59-90.
The award-winning staff at Chicago Marriott Northwest makes every stay a pleasure. Business travelers appreciate the convenient location at the Prairie Stone Office Park and Sears Centre Arena, as well as thoughtful amenities such as a full-service Business Center and high-speed internet. After a busy day, unwind in the lounge or retreat to the comfort of a Concierge Level guest room. Vacationers and families will also love this Chicago Marriott hotel, close to all the action and entertainment.Book Hotel