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Arguably, any meal is made even better with a hearty margarita on the side. With several flavors and top-shelf tequilas at the ready, the crew at Cactus Mexican Restaurant & Cantina mixes up their regular and special margaritas to diners' specifications. Back in the kitchen, chefs create their traditional Mexican plates and American-style Mexican dishes, with appetizers that include a trio of dips and a giant piles of nachos. Meals then graduate to big plates of seafood, burritos, or sizzling fajitas before desserts tempt diners into abandoning their enchilada-only diets for something sweeter.

1921 Keokuk Street
Iowa City,
IA
US

Coach's Corner Sports Pub presents a slate of bar food such wings and burgers to slake the cravings of sports fans. The pub's TVs show Iowa games and even broadcast Cardinals games for non-Cubs fans.

749 Mormon Trek Blvd
Iowa City,
IA
US

Yotopia’s self-serve machines swirl out a rotating lineup of probiotic-packed treats, which are available in gluten-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free options and await customizable spoonfuls of candy and fruit toppings. Patrons can dispense silky ribbons of red velvet or chocolate yogurt from an arsenal of silver apparatuses.

320 E Burlington St
Iowa City,
IA
US

Skeeter's Dog House proffers classic Chicago-style hot dogs as well as a variety of italian-beef options, chicken, salads, and sides. The wallet-friendly menu invites diners to revel in the ketchup-bereft beauty of a Chicago-style hot dog ($2.25) or enjoy the signature relish, mustard, and onions of a Chicago-style polish sausage ($3.25). The Machine Gun Kelly, a char-grilled rib-eye sandwich ($9.65), delivers a protein-packed punch, and the Bootlegger meatball sandwich ($6.95) recalls the days of cross-border marina smuggling. Fill your belly while relaxing on the outdoor patio or savor the speediness of drive-thru and takeout options.

800 S 4th St
Oregon,
IL
US

Nestled within the confines of a historic building, Century Grille exudes grandeur with its menu, or the crab-stuffed portobello, which conceals on-the-lam flaked crab and its red-pepper sidekick inside a provolone-topped mushroom cap ($16). Meat seekers can unleash freshly sharpened steak knives or scimitars on the Century’s selection of steaks, including the 8-ounce sirloin ($11) or the 6-ounce filet ($14), while nascent nibblers can choose from a bevy of kid-centric classics, including macaroni 'n' cheese and hamburgers. Soak in the charm of the Century’s mahogany woodwork, refinished marble, and bar top crafted from thousands of pennies between sups from the extensive wine selection, which boasts more than 26 available sippables donning their most dinner-appropriate red-and-white frocks.

100 E 3rd St
West Liberty,
IA
US

• For $6, you get $12 worth of pub fare at lunch (11 a.m.–3 p.m.). • For $15, you get $30 worth of pub fare at dinner (starting at 3 p.m.).

71 1st Street
Riverside,
IA
US