After 20 years, the wine staple will close.
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The wait is over for Donutland’s return to the Cedar Rapids location it started in over 50 years ago.
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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.
The owner of Yotopia frozen yogurt shop at 132 S. Clinton St., adjacent to the Ped Mall, announced on May 2 plans to find a new owner.
The new location at 102 Second St. SE, the former location of La Cantina Bar & Grill, comes after much anticipation and the opening of their Marion location in December.
Sweetie’s Ice Cream Parlor, an extension of Sweet Mercantile on the corner of 16th Ave. SW and C Street SW, opened May 5 for candy, sodas, ice cream, milkshakes, floats and sundaes.
The Czech Village’s upscale restaurant for comfort food is pivoting to embrace its vision as a restaurant group.
Cedar Ridge’s annual Bourbon and Blues Festival is expanding in 2022, moving to Cedar Rapids’ McGrath Amphitheatre as it joins forces with the Linn County Blues Society Tickets for the multiday event starting Aug. 20 go on sale May 1.
Trading Grounds Coffee in Marion is opening this week ahead of a grand opening on Saturday at 917 Barrington Parkway, Suite B. The new coffee shop transformed the space in the MAC Express building previously home to a health club.
Italian favorite Popoli Ristorante & Sullivan’s Bar in the historic Kingston Village building will close May 8, making way for a new event center operated by Peppercorn Food Company.
Short’s Burger and Shine, known for its specialty burgers, has closed its original downtown Iowa City location. It’s east Iowa City and Uptown Marion locations are still open.
The Coralville location will be the first Raising Cane’s in the Corridor after a location previously planned in Cedar Rapids fell through.