Easter is coming up (April 1). If you are looking for brunch locations in the Quad Cities, check out one of these places for reservations.
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Here are a few egg hunts taking place this year in the region. There are options are for all ages – and many are free for kids and families. Bring a basket or bag to gather eggs!
Visitors and residents alike will tell you that the Quad Cities puts on one of the best St. Patrick’s Day parades in the Midwest, and hosts Iowa’s largest St. Patrick’s Day party.
Our Restaurant Week website is down due to a server crash and we are working to fix it as soon as possible. In the meantime, here are all of the menu specials so you don’t have to miss out on any of these great restaurants. For any questions, please call our office at 309-277-0937. Thank you for your patience. Please make sure the check the hours as some of the restaurants are closed on Mondays.
These places are open for meals on Christmas Day 2017 – Monday, Dec. 25!
Sometimes people that don’t live in the Quad Cities anymore need a little taste of home. We understand that you can’t come back every week to get your favorite ice cream, chocolate, or pizza. Or maybe you’ve visited the Quad Cities and you don’t have taco pizza like we do. We have the info from the sources on the best way to order these items.
Small Business Saturday (Nov. 25, 2017) encourages people to support small, local businesses as you go about your holiday shopping. These businesses don’t have the millions of dollars to run national ad campaigns encouraging you to be there at 4 a.m. for an electronic gadget. And maybe you do need a specific electronic gadget this year, but don’t forget small businesses have some really great stuff too!
Here are some places in the Quad Cities to shop that our bloggers have recently covered so check out the links for more details on each place!
These places are open for Thanksgiving dinner so you don’t have to cook on Thursday, November 23, 2017!
During the holiday season, the Quad Cities has many performances to get you into the holiday spirit. From theatre productions, The Nutcracker, and concerts, you won’t want to miss the festive presentations.
This is a magical time leading up to the holidays. In the Quad Cities and surrounding communities, many of the historic downtown districts decorate for the season and celebrate with events, parades, shopping, fireworks, living windows, and Christmas walks. Thousands of people come to ring in the holiday season at these events.