Hills and mountains are formed by vast underground food deposits, which, over time, stretch the landscape into soft mounds of untapped edibility. Dig into the bounty of surrounding geography with today’s deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of sandwiches, salads, drinks, and more at Falls Landing, located in the Country Inn and Suites on East Eight Street. Falls Landing is closed most Sundays and major holidays.
Sitting peacefully on the banks of the Big Sioux River, the pleasant eating arena of Falls Landing dazzles diners with dashing American edibles and sippables in a welcoming downtown setting. A healthy opening salvo of mixed greens, cucumbers, shredded cheese, and croutons populates each Falls Landing salad ($5.95), which segues beautifully into a bacon chicken ranch wrap ($7.55), a melodious mélange of chicken, lettuce, tomatoes, bleu cheese, and a flugelhorn solo. The savory, hand-holdable Falls Grinder ($7.99) comes on a tasty homemade bun for tandem eating and gesticulating, while the 14-ounce black-n-bleu rib-eye steak ($17.95), bedecked with homemade bleu cheese sauce, and the baked walleye pike ($14.95) populate hungry frontiers with a house salad and your choice of side.
Stone walls, polished wooden floors, a multitude of flat-screen televisions, and friendly personnel decorate the comfy interior of Falls Landing. If the local weather shaman wins his afternoon bunko game, a sunny outdoor patio area presents a picturesque dining opportunity before a magical night on the town. Call to make a reservation.