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This friendly bar/off-track betting parlor/dance club has a little bit of everything, including a beer garden and really good barbecue. Located in surprisingly cool downtown Alton, Mac's Time Out has a staggering number of televisions --62, by our count -- so you can watch as many as fifteen different racetracks from the comfort of your bar stool. But you don't have to limit your visits to race days; there's a Sunday brunch from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and dancing into the early morning on weekend nights.
The Mack lies along the Macklind Business District in the Southampton neighborhood. The sports bar serves up classic pub grub, with burgers, mozzarella sticks and its most popular item - a steak sandwich. The Mack also offers a place to catch the game or to shoot some pool.
Tucked inside the Southampton neighborhood, Macklind Avenue Deli offers a large selection of sandwiches alongside an expansive beer menu. Hot sandwiches include a meatball sandwich with Provel and the ham Hawaiian sandwich (ham, swiss cheese and crushed pineapple on Hawaiian bread). While hot sandwiches are only available in full-size, cold sandwiches, which include the "Murdoch BLT" (a standard BLT that also offers the option of adding peanut butter and red onion), are available in nine-inch or five-inch servings. Guests can dine inside the deli or enjoy the patio when weather permits.
The latest restaurant from Vito Racanelli Jr. (Onesto Pizza & Trattoria, the late Big V's Burger Joint) offers Italian cuisine best described as upscale rustic. Entrées are served in cast-iron skillets: The grilled steak and the roasted red snapper are both winners. Pastas are substantial, and the pork-rib ragu that coats a serving of maccheroni larghi seems to distill an entire pig into one rich sauce. The standout offering might be the "Hunter's Egg," one of the antipasti: An egg poached in tomato broth served over polenta, it's the hearty peasant dish of your dreams.
Located in the Boulevard shopping complex across from the Galleria, Maggiano's Little Italy serves up classic dishes from its Old World-styled interior. The restaurant offers dining on two floors and private rooms for events. The menu features the staples of the American Italian-restaurant experience. Starters include bruschetta, breaded mozzarella, fried zucchini and flat bread. Specialty pastas include lobster carbonara and chicken-and-spinach manicotti, or opt for the classics: spaghetti, lasagna and gnocchi. Maggiano's also offers chicken, seafood, veal, pork and beef options. Guests can choose to dine in, carryout of get their Italian delivered. Parties of four or more may select from Maggiano's family-style menu with a selection of appetizers, salads and main course. On nice days, diners can enjoy the restaurant's patio.
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