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The Whistle Sports Bar & Grill in Tinley Park offers the Gino’s steak sandwich ($10.49) — a Philly cheesesteak served with grilled onion and green pepper and choice of cheese on a toasted French bread. Photos by Brittany Kapa/22nd Century Media
Ten traditional wings ($9.99) are pictured with carrots and celery.
The Cobb salad ($8.99) at The Whistle is a spring mix of greens, topped with tomato, cucumber, bacon, a hard-boiled egg, avocado and cheddar cheese. The salad is shown here with steak ($3.00) and is served with the customer’s choice of dressing.
Brittany Kapa, Assistant Editor
9:56 am CST November 6, 2017
Roughly nine months ago, the space that is now known as The Whistle Sports Bar & Grill, Tinley Park’s newest sports bar and grill, was rough around the edges, at best. The restaurant sat vacant for 10 years before co-owners Mark Mikesell and Joe Lombardo bought the space and turned it into a restaurant and bar that caters to just about everyone.