RESTAURANTS

What's on the menu for Iowa City Restaurant Week

A Margherita pizza (left) with tomato, mozzarella, and basil and a Wulfenstein pizza with La Quercia speck, roasted mush
A Margherita pizza (left) with tomato, mozzarella, and basil and a Wulfenstein pizza with La Quercia speck, roasted mushrooms, mozzarella, black pepper, and oregano at Marquee Pizzeria in Coralville. (File photo/The Gazette)

Here’s what’s on the menu for area restaurants participating in Iowa City Restaurant Week. More than 20 restaurants are serving up specials from Feb. 15-24.

Note: Menus are subject to change. Look for updates at foodiefebruary.com.

MORE RESTAURANT WEEK: Check out the menus for Iowa City’s Restaurant Week, Feb. 21-29

Backpocket Brewing

903 Quarry Road, Coralville; (319) 449-3700

Smoked brisket sandwich, with a side of mac and cheese, $9.

Banditos

327 E. Market St., Iowa City; (319) 358-2836

Menu TBA

Basta

121 Iowa Ave., Iowa City; (319) 337-2010

First course: mushroom crostini; second course: choice of duck lasagna or halibut; third course: rum baba.

Big Grove Brewery & Taproom

1225 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City; (319) 354-2687

Lunch: coconut curry or pork belly BLT, $9. Dinner: Flavors of Southeast Asia: Laotian sausage, Thai-style beef, Sambal Oelek chicken wings, Vietnamese herb salad, yellow curry fried jasmine rice, nuoc cham and sweet chile dipping sauces, $15

Blackstone

503 Westbury Drive, Iowa City; (319) 338-1770

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Kimchi stew with roasted rabbit, $15. Thai chicken flatbread, $13.

The Class Act

The Hotel at Kirkwood Center, 7725 Kirkwood Blvd., Cedar Rapids; (319) 848-8700

Lunch: Italian grinder sandwich, $9. Dinner: Soup or salad, roasted sea trout and macaron ice cream sandwich, $25.

Clinton Street Social Club

18 1/2 S. Clinton St., Iowa City; (319) 351-1690

Dinner: Pan-fried crabcake, shrimp étouffée over rice and beignets, $25.

Donnelly’s Pub

110 E. College St., Iowa City; (319) 338-7355

Lunch: Reuben with a cup of Irish stew, $9.

Dumpling Darling

213 Iowa Ave., Iowa City; (319) 338-2404

Menu TBA

Edgewater Grille

Coralville Marriott, 300 E. Ninth St., Coralville; (319) 887-5018

Menu TBA

Gene’s

Graduate Hotel, 210 S. Dubuque St., Iowa City; (319) 337-4058

Menu TBA

Jimmy Jack’s Rib Shack

1940 Lower Muscatine Road, Iowa City; (319) 354-7427 and 745 Community Dr., North Liberty; (319) 665-2486

Crawfish étouffée, $9.99

La Vecina

211 E. Ninth St., #135, Coralville; (319) 359-1343

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Lunch: choice of torta and choice of taco, $9. Dinner: tlacoyo — stuffed blue masa with black bean puree, cotija, cheddar jack, curtido, avocado and salsa verde — and choice of taco, and tuna tostada, $15.

Louie’s Wine Dive

901 E. Second Ave., Suite 100, Coralville; (319) 569-1892

Smoked Spanish paprika deviled eggs, prosciutto, double patty burger with American cheese, caramelized onion, sauce and brioche bun, $15. Pecan brussels sprouts, with four pork gnocchi, $20. Calamari, with salmon, butternut squash puree, brussels sprouts hash and pico de gallo, served with a glass of wine, $35.

Marquee Pizzeria

902 E. Second Ave., #123, Coralville; (319) 333-1018

Lunch: fried mortadella sandwich, $9. Dinner: pasta alla gricia and two bite dessert, $15.

Mellow Mushroom

1451 Coral Ridge Ave., Coralville; (319) 625-2031

Cauliflower wings; portobello burger; the Melentine cocktail.

Mickey’s Irish Pub

11 S. Dubuque St., Iowa City; (319) 338-6860

Lunch: seared tuna niçoise salad. Dinner: Pepper Melt: beef patty on Texas toast with serrano pepper cream cheese, red and green bell peppers, fried banana peppers, served with fries and Sriracha aioli.

Mosley’s Barbecue and Provisions

525 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City; (319) 338-1419 and 125 E. Zeller St., North Liberty; (319) 626-4227

Lunch, $9. Pick one main, one side, served with honey-glazed cornbread.

Nodo

5 S. Dubuque St., Iowa City; (319) 359-1181 and 600 N. Dodge St., Iowa City; (319) 512-5028

Menu TBA

Oasis Falafel

206 N. Linn St., Iowa City; (319) 358-7342

Whole pita sandwich with small fries or fountain drink, coffee or tea, $9.

One Twenty Six and Moonrakers

126 E. Washington St., Iowa City; (319) 887-1909

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Three course dinner with wine pairings, $35. First course: choice of vegetable samosas, artichoke salad or beet salad. Second course: choice of chicken linguine, seared tuna and soba noodles or butternut squash in phyllo. Dessert course: choice of crème brûlée, chocolate torte or vanilla pound cake.

Pullman

17 S. Dubuque St., Iowa City; (319) 338-1808

Three courses meal, $35. First course: Brie, prosciutto or pickled cauliflower, spiced honey, walnut praline. Second course: smoked salmon or smoked carrot. Third course: gnocchi and chorizo or gnocchi and mushroom.

Reds Alehouse

405 N. Dubuque St., North Liberty; (319) 626-2100

Menu TBA

St. Burch Tavern

127 Iowa Ave., Iowa City; (319) 341-7700

Dinner: smoked avocado salad, spinach and ricotta gnudi, olive oil cake and blood orange and Champagne sorbet, $35.

30hop

900 E. Second Ave. Coralville; (319) 351-3800

Lunch: barbecue pork belly bao, $9. Dinner: butter poached venison with butternut squash and goat cheese puree and sauteed broccolini, and s’mores macaron with blackberry gastrique, $25.

Tin Roost

840 W. Penn St., North Liberty; (319) 626-2331

Menu TBA

Vue Rooftop

Hilton Garden Inn, 328 S. Clinton St., Iowa City; (319) 519-4650

Three course dinner, $25. First course: choice of roasted pumpkin soup, house greens salad or Caesar salad. Main course: choice of filet with hollandaise, chili-rubbed salmon, duck breast with butternut squash risotto or cavatelli pasta with wild mushrooms. Dessert: flourless chocolate cake, mini cheesecake.

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