Restaurant, bar on tap for City Limits Harley-Davidson


The new City Limits Harley-Davidson dealership in Palatine, Ill., northwest of Chicago, will be even more of a destination when its owner and a partner get their new adjacent restaurant opened.

Dealer principal Ozzie Giglio, who owns or has interests in four other Harley-Davidson stores in the Chicago area, has partnered with Jeremy Casiello, who operates motorcycle-themed restaurants in St. Charles and Geneva, to open Alley 64, a family-friendly restaurant and sports bar.

The Palatine village council Tuesday unanimously approved a liquor license for the business, according to the Daily Herald. The owners say they wlll take full advantage of the late-night liquor license, which lets a restaurant/bar to stay open until 1 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights.

The restaurant space is undergoing renovations and should be open in a few weeks, offering American pub cuisine and occasionally hosting live entertainment on the weekends. The restaurant will have seating for about 120 people and an outdoor patio.

Posted by Holly Wagner

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