Quaint and artsy, warm and down-to-earth atmosphere, with a Louisiana look taste and feel, live music and wonderfully tasty food. The patrons were as varied and friendly as the staff. The bar, dining area, and kitchen are all adjoined in one open room. You can watch the band on one end of the room, and your food being prepared on the other. Upon entering the dining room and being sat at very plain and ordinary white tables/chairs, I did not expect the food to be anything more than plain and ordinary. But I was so pleasantly surprised. We started with the Portobella Pizzetta appetizer - fabulously savory. For the main course, a blackened grouper sandwich - out of this world, and the "It's Gouda" pizza - absolutely delicious - and we are Chicago pizza lovers. If I ever return to Peoria, I will definitely enjoy the food and ambiance at the Rhythm Kitchen again!
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