Romeoville Population Demographics. Romeoville is a southwest suburb of Chicago nearby the I-355 extension south from the Stevenson Expressway (I-55) to I-80. The City of Romeoville houses the Edward Hospital Athletic and Event Center that opened in 2014. The city received the "Outstanding Facility Award" for its exceptional and unique achievements in design and development.
A reputed restaurant in Romeoville, IL, offering unique Scottish and American dishes.
Sleek, lively Japanese haunt with tableside teppanyaki plus traditional & creative sushi rolls.
Family restaurant, specializing in fried chicken served family style, as well as steaks, shrimp, and fish.
Golf club offers a performance center, the Great Hall for events, weddings, and corporate meetings, and McWethy's Tavern.
American Restaurant/local bar/Grill
Namesake sports bar of the former Chicago Bear serving basic pub cooking with TVs, pool & darts.
Bowling alley chain featuring billiards, arcade games & snacks; some locations offer laser tag.
An authentic Italian CafÃ¨ with wonderful desserts, great coffee, great fresh cut deli sandwiches and much more!
Old-school, family-friendly Italian-American option for pizza, pasta, burgers, wings & more.
RomeoFest is a 4-day long celebration of the Romeoville community with music, food, family entertainment, carnival, car show, bingo, and much more.
Lewis University is a private Roman Catholic and Lasallian university.
The Romeoville campus serves as an extension from the main community college building from Joliet, Illinois.
Sport complex which offers open turf, soccer, baseball, softball, basketball courts, football, volleyball, lacrosse, golf, birthday, and more.
Relaxing stay in Romeoville which features free high speed internet, complimentary breakfast, indoor pool, fitness center, and valet laundry services.
Romeoville's Comfort Inn sits nearby the Bolingbrook Golf Course and the Chicagoland Speedway. Also offers free wifi, business center, fitness center, and indoor pool.
A public airport that offers flying school at their nearby Lewis University and vintage plane events.
A free-standing museum operated by the Forest Preserve District of Will County that educates visitors about the fur-trading heritage of Will County and its surrounding areas.
Started with a group of friends called "Monkeys", adapted crafting beer.
Museum dedicated for vintage Ford model lovers started by the Beller couples from 1993.