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The Polo Room Banquet Hall

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Have your wedding or special event at The Polo Room Banquet Hall and Event Room 

The Polo Room offers an on-site restaurant available for all your catering needs. (Outside food and catering allowed if cleared in advance.)

Full Service Bar available at no additional charge and Stage area for your band or DJ

Our bar allows your guests to look out into the banquet room so they will not miss a moment of your event!  We also have a jukebox in the bar area for your listening entertainment.  Illinois Video Gaming machines, a pool table, air hockey table, and an indoor bags game are provided for the entertainment of our patrons. 

We are a full service bar & grill offering great dinner specials on the weekend. 

The Polo Room was built after World War II in the early 1950's as the local VFW Hall. Taking advantage of natural cooling, the veterans from Polo built their VFW underground.  Once opened, the building became the "place to be' in Polo.  The design and layout of the building provides a large, open room to celebrate weddings, reunions, and family as well as business functions.  The bar area allows guests the opportunity to watch and be a part of all the festivities without missing anything.

Today, The Polo Room continues to provide the same "open" atmosphere and has become popular with many local bands and business promoters because of its size, location, and availability of parking. With the opening of The Polo Room's restaurant in 2010, The Polo Room has become known for its food as well as its down home, local atmosphere.  Now additionally famous for it low priced Friday and Saturday dinner specials, The Polo Room can offer not only a place to celebrate a family or business event, but also a great place to come eat, drink and relax. 

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712 N. Division Ave
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