Located along the Fox River about 40 miles west of Chicago lies a charming little town called Geneva. Known for its historic Third Street shopping district, this city offers dishes as unique as its ambiance. Ranging from old-school Italian restaurants with classics like veal parmesan to modern fusion cuisine like shredded lamb quesadillas, Geneva has a restaurant for every appetite. A popular trend is cheese and meat plates, and one restaurant here has several options, even featuring aged imported ham and prosciutto made from duck breast. For dessert, visit one of the many small candy shops where you can watch your chocolate being made before your eyes. Get ready to eat your way through this little-known culinary gem.