Food & Dining
Koffee Break in the District has new look, new menu PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maria Sanchez   
Friday, 21 December 2012 15:54

The Koffee Break restaurant in the District of Rock Island is now open under new ownership. 

The whole restaurant has received a make-over, from new colors on the walls to a new menu to a new dinner time.

Stop in at 1831 - 3rd Avenue (on the corner of 19th St next to the Establishment Theater) and see for yourself.  They're open Monday thru Friday from 6am until 3pm, and Saturday from 7am until 3pm.  They're also open on Friday and Saturday evenings for dinner.

The Koffee Break serves breakfast all day, and offers up two different breakfast and lunch specials each day.

 
Hardee's is Spicing Up the Holidays! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Angie Taylor   
Tuesday, 18 December 2012 10:50

Hardee’s is spicing up the holiday season with a hot new addition to their lineup of premium Charbroiled Turkey Burgers – the Jalapeno Turkey Burger.

For less than 500 calories, the Jalapeno Turkey Burger features a trifecta of bold and spicy flavors: juicy jalapenos, pepper-jack cheese and creamy Santa Fe Sauce, loaded up on a premium charbroiled turkey burger patty and served on a bun with red onion, lettuce and tomato.

More information on this deliciously spicy, lower calorie menu item is available at http://bit.ly/WlZpFM.

 
Holiday Help is Here direct from DeWitt, Iowa PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Laura Pritchard   
Monday, 17 December 2012 15:39

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Vote for your favorite QC restaurants PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Rick Martin   
Monday, 17 December 2012 14:12

Have you taken the Quad Cities Dining Survey yet?  The one that was published in the Fall/Winter Quad Cities Dining Guide?  

If not, the easiest way to take the survey and give us your opinions is by going online here:  

http://www.quadcitiesdiningguide.com and click on the link to the survey.

Please make sure you answer at least 15 of the questions (out of 50) and watch those buttons at the bottom - you want to hit the third one over - next page - and continue on.  

Thanks for taking part in our survey, and please pass it along to family, friends and co-workers!

 





Local Diner Makes Healthier, Local Changes to Menu
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Written by Melissa Freidhof-Rodgers   
Friday, 30 November 2012 16:07
For over 72 years, Ross’ Restaurant has been a local tradition and landmark in Bettendorf, Iowa.  It has stood the test of time, and has been in the national spotlight more than once with visits from politicians, actors, and athletes.  Now, Ross’ is gaining recognition once again, for a healthy change to their popular “diner” menu.



Best known for their Magic Mountains and plate sized cinnamon rolls, Ross’ Restaurant has been making some changes over the past 3 years.  In an effort to serve healthier food, and to support local Iowa farmers, Ross’ has been going local!  With local produce, breads, organic eggs, and ground beef already on their menu, now Ross’ is adding local sausage and bacon.



“We’ve partnered with a 7th generation family sausage company to bring in their all natural, certified gluten free sausage which only contains three ingredients: salt, spices, and pork.” Says Melissa Freidhof-Rodgers, manager of Ross’ Restaurant and granddaughter of Harold Ross, the original restaurant owner.  “Our customers are like family to us, and it give us great joy to be able to offer them healthier choices while also supporting our hard working local Iowa farmers and local economy.”



“Many of our customer’s are noticing the difference in taste and love the idea of local supporting local.  When they find out the food they are eating today is healthier than it used to be, we tell them to consider it our gift to them!” Says Ms. Freidhof-Rodgers.  Customers all seem to agree that the change is good and the food tastes better than ever.



Other changes Ross’ restaurant has made to their menu include chicken and milk that are hormone and antibiotic free, free-range bison burgers, and hand made burgers from ground beef that is delivered fresh from a local packer six days a week.  Enjoy bacon or sausage with your breakfast?  Now Ross’ has a third choice:  soy based Morningstar Patties and even all natural turkey sausage.



To celebrate their healthier menu, and to support the local farmers with whom they have partnered, Ross’ is hosting an open house and sausage tasting on December 1st.  Free samples will be available from 9 a.m. To 11 a.m. and customers will be invited to stop in and taste for themselves  the new versions of some old favorites on the menu.

For more information, contact Melissa Freidhof-Rodgers at Ross’ Restaurant, 430 14th Street, Bettendorf, Iowa. 563-676-6270This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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