Larsen’s is a friendly Main Street pub with a full menu of sandwiches and bar snacks. Its claim to fame is a big, beautiful pork tenderloin sandwich — winner of the 2007 Iowa Pork Producer’s blue ribbon as the state’s best.
This bird is ferocious. Of the four degrees of Scoville-scale pain Prince’s offers, even mild packs a punch; hot will make eyes water and lips tingle; extra hot? You tell us! Prince’s quarters and halves are seasoned down to the bone; and their crust, which strips off in luxurious patches that are equal measures crunch and chew, is radiant with red-orange spice.
Bobke’s is a German bakery-cafe with a vast repertoire of exemplary breads, cakes, and cookies. Lunch is served weekdays from 11 to 2: sandwiches, soups, and such Old World specialties as schnitzel and bratwurst.
In this friendly snack bar, serving poutine, burgers, and guedilles since 1961, you can expect a truly happy meal priced in the single-digit dollar range.
Matt’s Big Breakfast serves meals that aren’t really all that big, but their flavors are tremendous. Anyone looking around Phoenix for breakfast prepared with kitchen expertise and using the best from-scratch ingredients needs to put this place at the top of the list.
Zingerman’s Roadhouse features a broad menu of masterfully prepared iconic regional dishes from all over America, from Eastern North Carolina pulled pork to San Francisco cioppino. A fun, lively place to appreciate the culinary diversity of this country.