Baskin Robbins 671 Waukegan Rd, Deerfield, IL60015 This branch of the nationally popular ice cream chain in central Deerfield sees a lot of foot traffic from the nearby…More mall. The store itself is small, though there is seating available. Most patrons get their ice cream to go, or eat it quickly here and continue along with their shopping. The employees say that what sets their shop apart is the friendly service.
This is a location for the popular national coffee and donut chain. Serving up doughnuts made fresh daily is the…More focus here, along with hot coffee and specialty iced coffees. In recent years the chain has made an attempt to move into other areas, with some locations offering sandwiches, croissants, cookies and even ice cream.
Potbelly Sandwich Works 740 Waukegan Rd, Deerfield, IL60015 This is the Deerfield location for the popular Chicago area chain. Options here are limited to subs and ice cream, but…More the focus has allowed the Potbelly team to perfect the sandwiches. There are about eight choices one can make, and with a bag of chips and a soda it costs less than $10.
Briarwood Nature Area Greenbriar Dr & Eastwood Dr, Deerfield, IL60015 Briarwood Nature area has a playground area for all ages. There are several tennis courts for use. There are…More fields for soccer and baseball or softball. The fields are utilized for youth soccer. In the winter, an ice skating area is created for use.
Jaycee Park 1050 Wilmot Rd, Deerfield, IL60015 Jaycee Park has a lot to offer, including a fenced-in play area for dogs, playground equipment for toddlers through…More elementary school children and a nature trail that winds around the grounds. A sheltered area offers picnic tables and bathrooms. Baseball/softball fields are also available. In the winter, Jaycee Park creates an ice skating rink, as well.
Pine Street Park Pine St & Hackberry Rd, Deerfield, IL60015 Pine Street Park is located at the corner of Pine Street and Hackberry. In the winter months, the Deerfield Park…More District sets up an ice rink at this park, which is maintained throughout the winter months. In nicer weather, this park is frequented by neighbors and their dogs and is a nice, quiet spot for a picnic. Kids in the neighborhood enjoy this location for weekend or afternoon football games.