We were visiting Galesburg and noticed the Packinghouse Restaurant, near the Amtrak station. True to its name, this converted packinghouse still has the overhead tracks, cooling system, scales, controlls and heavy doors from its original use. Dinner was delicious with a substantial salad bar, cinnamon buns as well as yeast rolls. The porkchops with apples were tthick, asty and tender. Steak was good also, but porkchops was better. The waitress was very pleasant and the manager went out of his way to tell us the history of the building.
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