Located in the basement between The Roxxy and The Stuffed Olive, Double Tap began pouring on June 22. It’s open for pizza, beer, cocktails and dozens of new and vintage games until midnight every day.
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The breakfast and lunch spot will close June 30, after 7 years in business.
Jam Investments, based in Altoona, owns 14 other Popeyes in Iowa, including the closest one to Iowa City, at 750 Coral Ridge Ave. in Coralville.
The longtime Cedar Rapids staple will soon open a second location in Marion.
The space was previously occupied by Anvil Meat Market & Deli, which closed in September.
BurgerFiend opened at 2020 16th Ave. SW in May, returning to its original location after several years while maintaining its other Center Point Road NE location. Its Center Point Road location has since closed and is now Breakfast Barn and Lunch House.
In addition to an extensive martini menu, it offers hot and cold tapas, flatbreads and weekend brunch service.
Oasis Street Food, known for its preservative-free hummus, first expanded to store shelves with one Costco in Iowa. Now, Oasis is present in three Iowa Costcos and Nebraska Costcos.
Craving Chicago-style Italian beef? Check out this new small business in NewBo City Market.
After 20 years, the wine staple will close.
The wait is over for Donutland’s return to the Cedar Rapids location it started in over 50 years ago.
See where you can get a $10 gift card in his restaurant tour this summer.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe, a chain with more than 1,000 locations across the country, has opened its first Cedar Rapids site on Edgewood Road.
Chef Daniel Velasquez is cooking up his signature fry bread and street foods with a nod to his Native American culture.
Shawnniecakes Cafe on First announced plans to open a second location at 1800 First Ave. NE, inside Collins Community Credit Union. The new spot is under construction; an opening date has not been announced.