ALGONQUIN, ILL. Montarra Grill, one of the few independent full-service restaurants in this fast-growing outer suburb some 50 miles northwest of Chicago, faces the same challenge that plagues many fine-dining restaurants: how to find a niche amid the explosion of casual dinnerhouses. — Surrounded by a sea of casual chains like Cheeseburger in Paradise, Houlihan’s and On the Border, Montarra Grill has captured enough customers with its upscale fare and ...
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