I asked my fellow Quad Citizens for the best sandwiches available in the Quad Cities and they delivered. My mouth is literally watering as I write this and I can’t wait until my next lunch date! My advice: just start at the top of the list and work your way down. There’s not a single sandwich or establishment on this list that you will regret trying. Sooooo many tasty recommendations!
Jimmy’s Pancake House in Bettendorf, Iowa, is a family owned restaurant where “everything is made to order with fresh, quality ingredients using Jimmy’s perfected recipes.”
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.
Since I was a teenager, I have been surrounded by the influence of the Center for Belgian Culture on 7th Street in Moline, IL. The area called Olde Towne was the result of immigrants moving from the old country for a better life in the United States. John Deere and the lumber industry attracted the immigrants who brought their talents in the trades.
It’s been a great first year for our blog about the Quad Cities. The first blog post was in March and over 100 blog posts followed. This year the team of 5 bloggers has covered food, family fun, festivals, outdoor recreation, shopping, gardens, music, and more. What was the top 10 of 2015?
My new, favorite place to eat breakfast these days is the QC Coffee & Pancake House, located in Rock Island, at the corner of 3rd Avenue and 19th Street. They are open daily from 6am – 3pm and serve breakfast all day, with different breakfast and lunch specials offered and a cozy diner-style atmosphere.