There will be a nostalgia sale at the former Last Chance location this Saturday, November 24th 2012 at 10:00 am.
From the Grayslake Patch, a recent post mentioned the closing -
"The Last Chance Saloon and Grill, a downtown Grayslake landmark for nearly 20 years, closed its doors Monday. The new owners will be taking over the business and reopening, reportedly in a matter of weeks.
The Center Street restaurant, known for its laid-back character, kitschy Western decor and eccentric memorabilia and pictures, like the John Wayne mural on the porch, had its last gathering with the old gang Monday night.
With its distinguished omega-shaped roof line design, the building the Last Chance inhabits is a local historical landmark. According to the Grayslake Historical Society, the structure was originally built in 1902 at 133 Center Street. In 1941, the building became home to the 5&10c Store. Its penny-candy counter is displayed at the Grayslake Heritage Center & Museum."
Easily search Northern Illinois Homes for Sale with photos, open houses and virtual tours at StarHomeFinders.com.
Jim Starwalt, Broker Associate RE/MAX Center