The Axis Hotel opened in the Fall of 2019 in downtown Moline, breathing new life into an old building. Located at 1630 5th Avenue, on the axis intersection, the boutique hotel is a new Heart of America business and a cool addition to the hip growth of the downtown area.
These places are open for meals on Christmas Day 2019 – Wednesday, Dec. 25!
These places are open for Thanksgiving dinner so you don’t have to cook on Thursday, November 28, 2019!
Fall is the season of leaves, cooler temps, pumpkin spice, and Oktoberfests! There are a lot of different versions to this fun classic event in the Quad Cities.
Regardless of the side of the river, it is clear that more and more Quad Citizans are looking for places that are dog friendly. As the demand increases, so do the options as to where one can take their furry friends. Here is a list of businesses that you can currently take your doggies to the outdoor seating areas. This list is continually growing, so please let us know of any additions or revisions we need to make!
Lopiez Pizza is now open in downtown Davenport at 429 E. 3rd Street. Located at the foot of the Arsenal or Government Bridge, Lopiez has been creating quite the buzz due to their social media presence and the effect of the 2019 flooding. If you haven’t heard of it yet, Lopiez is a New York-Style pizza joint with specialty margaritas and a rock ‘n’ roll attitude.
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!
When you travel the world, it’s no secret that people will ask you where you’re from. If you say Moline, Davenport, Rock Island, Silvis, East Moline, or Bettendorf or anything beyond the Midwest, the natural response you will get is, “Oh, is that near Chicago?” As you attempt to explain that you live nearly three hours from the city, you finally just give in and respond that it is close to Chicago. While we face these travel frustrations and own where we’re from, we can’t help but wish that a little bit of Chicago cuisine could move just a little bit closer to home. Dish-deep pizzas, Italian beef, Chicago dogs and more. But what if our wishes had finally come true? The long-awaited Portillo’s has been packed in Davenport.
During the 2019 Flood in Davenport, Iowa, our family like many others in the Quad Cities headed towards the wettest places. We found other Quad Citizens supporting the businesses near the flooded streets. Our family safely checked out the flood from the downtown Davenport Skybridge and then headed to a Quad Cities local favorite: Antonella’s Ristorante.