Loosemeats

About Dish

Back in the 1920s when Americans worried about the ill-effects of frying meat, a Sioux City tavern owner created what became known as a tavern: well-seasoned ground beef that is steam-cooked to become a mound of pebbly succulence. Sioux Citians became smitten with the sandwich, which over the years has assumed many aliases, including Big T, Charlie Boy, Tastee and, most popular of all, loosemeats. There’s a local pride in loosemeats, which is served by virtually every drive-in restaurant and bar throughout the counties of Sioux, Plymouth, Cherokee, and Woodbury.

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