If you have a sweet tooth, you won’t want to miss three new places for baked goods and ice cream in Coralville and Marion.
Chew on This
It’s a busy week for food news in Cedar Rapids, from steak and pupusas to Thai food and Oktoberfest.
A new restaurateur is mounting a challenge to the man known as the “Taco God” in Cedar Rapids.
The market announced its closure over the weekend, ending a long tradition of meat markets at its Czech Village address.
The new steakhouse, owned by Daisy’s Garage owner Jade Luter, honors the memory of her son who passed 12 years ago.
The gyro and falafel food truck has found a non-moving location to call home in northeast Cedar Rapids.
The popular Italian restaurant will reopen at the iconic former People’s Savings Bank nearly nine months after closing last year. Also in this week’s Chew on This: Black Sheep Brewed now open.
In this week’s Chew on This: Parlor City temporarily closes in Marion, Delhicacy opens a new Indian restaurant in Cedar Rapids, and several Corridor women are tapped for honors by the Iowa Restaurant Association.
The new restaurant at Bowman Square in Northeast Cedar Rapids held a grand opening Aug. 25.
This week’s Chew on This has your cravings for tacos, subs, warm cookies and new bar and grill food in mind.
After nearly 13 years, the restaurant’s last day open will be Saturday.
Whether it’s beer and Czech food, cookies, Pancheros burritos or a Hawaiian dinner you’re craving, this week’s Chew on This has you covered.
Know someone making an impact in the restaurant industry? The Iowa Restaurant Association would like to hear about it. Hungry for a farm-to-table dinner? Wilson’s Orchard & Farm has you covered this Saturday with four gourmet courses.
In Cedar Rapids, African cuisine has given an old cafe new life, and the old Grin N Goose will soon be Cliff’s Dive Bar and Grill.
Blue 42 will change under new management, Tavern Blue will bring pizza and mini golf to Coralville and Burgerfiend closes its Northeast Cedar Rapids location.