Floyd's features numerous draft and bottled beers, as well as a strong selection of spirits and cocktails.
The Hoogland Center for the Arts was established in 2003 to provide a creative environment for people of all ages to participate in the arts.
The Center is home to 22 different resident organizations, comprised of performing and visual arts groups, civic clubs, and private businesses. These resident groups entertain thousands of visitors every month with a variety of concerts, plays, musicals, recitals, and gallery showings. The Hoogland also hosts meetings, classes, parties, dinners, and weddings.
The building is also a training ground for young artists, with educational opportunities for youth provided by several of our resident arts organizations.
Mission &; Vision Statement
To inspire our audiences through exceptional LIVE orchestral performances and programs. - Mission Statement
To be the premier regional orchestra in Illinois, promoting the transformative and universal power of LIVE music. - Vision Statement
Excellence: To commit to the highest level of artistic, administrative, and volunteer achievement.
Community Engagement: To foster meaningful relationships throughout our communities through musical performances, programs, and collaborations that engage the hearts and minds of our listeners.
Education: To provide exciting, life changing opportunities and resources for students of ALL ages.
Collaboration: To build our internal and external relationships as we promote accessibility to our organization.
Legacy: To invest responsibly in our present, to plan dutifully for our future, and to nurture our community's investment in us.
Innovation: To foster the creation and exploration of new ideas both on and off stage.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE IRISH TO BE FAMILY.
It's everyone's favorite corner pub located in a historic building on the corner of Adams and 3rd. Close to the train station, the Old Capitol Square as well as the Statehouse Inn - a perfect spot for locals and tourists alike.
Their Bloody Mary Bar on Saturday mornings is award-winning, and paired with the Farmers Market right outside - gives you a true taste of Springfield.
Come in thirsty if you want to shine one of their legendary Jameson bottles - whoever takes the last shot gets immortalized on JP's walls.
And don't miss their Budget Beers special every Wednesday with $1 Beers (limited selection).
They are THE place to watch Green Bay Packers games, Notre Dame Football -- and their Cubs/Blackhawks crowd isn't too shabby either.
Stop in and make some friends at JP Kellys today!
Mess Hall Restaurant and Bar at American Legion Post 32, 1120 Sangamon Avenue, Springfield are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. We have Video Gaming! Mess Hall Restaurant hours are: Lunch Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 4:30 - 8 p.m. All You Can Eat WALLEYE every Friday from 4:30 - 8 p.m. LOW, LOW food and drink prices. Check out our menu at www.springfieldamericanlegion.com Bar Open Monday - Saturday 10:30 a.m. - Midnight. Sunday 12 Noon - 10 p.m. Help support the Veterans and visit us, as you are very welcome at American Legion Post 32 and The Mess Hall Restaurant. Coldest beer on the Northend!