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Sleep tight and then welcome your day with a tasty Wake up DoubleTree Breakfast™, made just for you.
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Food is comfort. We make it easy for you to enjoy a delicious meal without even leaving the hotel. Whether you are into health food, snacks, or gourmet fare all the way, we’ve got something to tickle your palate. Stay in and use our in-room dining service, check out the onsite Springfield, IL restaurant, or unwind with after-dinner drinks at the bar.
Whether grabbing a quick bite between meetings or enjoying a leisurely meal after touring Lincoln sites, it's unanimous that our culinary selections are #1 on the ballot. The leading contender for breakfast is our hearty Midwestern Breakfast Buffet and our Signature Lindsay's Grille. A top candidate on the menu for lunch is the Hamburger Horshoe, a unique Springfield creation. Corn, a local bipartisan favorite ingredient, is incorporated into many of our selections such as our Illinois Corn Chowder. We offer a casual atmosphere while providing our guests with a Presidential experience.
Breakfast: 6-10:30am M-F, 6-11am Sat
Lunch: 2-5pm M-Sun
Dinner: 5-9pm M-Sun
When in , the movers and shakers have gathered at a place called The Globe Tavern for over 200 years. Although the physical location has changed over the years, history repeats itself as The Globe Tavern is still known as a place of business and networking for politicians and a place of comfort and relaxation for tourists. It all began in the 1830's when Lincoln brought Mary Todd to the The Globe Tavern for their first date. As the years progressed, the food and beverage selection evolved. We now feature hand crafted specialty drinks and a rotating selection of premium draft beer. Seven flat screen televisions feature sports and news channels alike keeping tavern guests up to date and entertained. Sit back and stay a while for lunch, dinner, or a late evening appetizer.