Restaurants in Le Mars, IA

There is good eating in Le Mars, high and low. Not that there’s anything really low about Bob’s Drive-In, other than the prices, but it is as casual as can be. What’s important is that its menu is a true taste of Northwest Iowa, offering loosemeats (here listed on the menu by its original name, “tavern”) both in round burger buns and as a topping for a Bob Dog. At a completely different level of dining, Archie’s Waeside is expensive, and you’ll not find the region’s loosemeats on its menu. But you will find some of the finest dry-aged steaks anywhere — echo of the time when nearby Sioux City’s stockyards were big business. How about a chateaubriand for two, carved tableside?

Le Mars’s Most Famous Dishes

Tall, sliced-open rare filet mignon steak

Filet Mignon

Long metal dish holds ice cream, syrup, chopped nuts, and whipped cream.

Ice Cream Sundaes

Glass mug of Coca-Cola on a table in a bar

Soda Pop

Scoops of strawberry, pistachio, and vanilla ice cream accompany a slice of 4-layer chocolate cake.

Ice Cream

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