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Updated: July 15, 2019 @ 9:25 pm
Recently opened bars and restaurants in Siouxland. Don't see one listed here? Email your suggestions.
Tonya Nelson, general manager of the Sioux City Bar Louie's, said the gastropub is a place where patrons can "eat, drink and be happy." The casual, contemporary bar recently opened inside the Holiday Inn at 701 Gordon Drive.
Owners Sandra and Gary Walker offer comfort food favorites in a casual setting at Sgt. Brew Grill & Pub, which recently opened at 701 First St. in Sergeant Bluff.
Jimmy Johns last year opened its third Sioux City location at 3120 Floyd Blvd., in the former GUD N Free restaurant space.
Holding up a Grizzly Omelet -- an omelet made with three different types of meat -- Erik Munoz said it was always his dream to own his own restaurant. When the former Little Chicago Deli 525 Fourth St. location became available, Munoz and his brother Juan knew the site would be perfect for their Brightside Cafe & Deli.
Holding up his taqueria's signature nachos and tacos, La Monja Blanca owner Martin Lastor recently opened a 3210 Gordon Drive sit-down restaurant to complement his popular 1109 Villa Ave. drive-thru .
Schweddy's Hot Dog Shop co-owners Varik Jolin and Keith Robinson. These two restaurateurs have developed a menu of loaded hot dogs and nacho platters to satisfy the taste buds of the nightlife bar crowd.
Hamilton Bar & Grill replaced Tanner's Bar & Grill last at 1790 Hamilton Boulevard, becoming the fourth restaurant located in the space in as many years.
1008 Key Club co-owner Jesus Sanchez mixes up an Amaretto Ancho Chili Sour at the popular 1008 Fourth St. nightspot. Formerly known as 21st Amendment Bar & Kitchen, Sanchez said the new name reflects a change in its branding that coincided with a renovation at the property.
Coming to America from his native Jalisco, Mexico, Alejandro Robles, holding a carne asada torta, said it was his dream to open his own restaurant. After working at an established Mexican taqueria owned by his sister and brother-in-law, Robles gained the confidence needed to become his own boss.
From left, Makda Gebre and Tewodros Worku, along with Mohammed Tullo (not pictured), own Elilly Restaurant and Coffee House at 1529 Pierce St. All three owners are originally from Ethiopia, said Worku, who was a college professor in his native country.
From left, Table 32 co-owners Jesse Miller and Scott Salem want to combine craft foods to a menu that is full of craft beers and craft cocktails. Miller and Salem, both veterans of Sioux City's Bev's on the River, opened Table 32 at 100 Virginia St. in November 2017.
Chef Juan Vazquez cooks the fresh onions, peppers and tomatoes that will go into a serving of Campestre Mexican Restaurant's signature chicken fajita entree. The restaurant opened in the 1800 Pierce St. location that was formerly home to Green Gables.
Nicola Davila hands food to Alexander Davila as they and Marianna Lomeli, lower left and Christian Davila eat during opening day at Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, 4202 York St., in Sioux City's Singing Hills neighborhood. The group, all from Sioux City, said they are frequent customers at the chain's Omaha location during their travels there.
Co-owner Rick Dominowski said The Wheelhouse Bar & Grill will have a younger, newer vibe than The Townhouse restaurants he and his family also oversees.
From left, Mac Dolan and Rick Swanson of Crash! Boom! Bang! Whiskey Hole, a new bar that aims to set itself apart from other pubs.
From left, Arianna Hines and Jackie Esquivel add toppings to a pizza at 1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria. Located at 1388 Hamilton Blvd., the fast-casual chain pizza place offers an endless number toppings for one flat-rate.
From left, Nickie Quinn, Kelly Quinn, Mitch Martin, and Emily Martin pose for a photo at The Marquee in Sioux City, Iowa on Monday, May 15, 2017.
Bodega 401 manager Jason Nelson said patrons to the new restaurant and bar can learn about the strange-but-true story surrounding the original Bodega, which opened at the same 401 Pearl St. location more than 120 years ago.
From left, Chris Nelson. corporate executive chef at CRAVE, works with cook Victor Cruz. According to director of operations Darcie Marsh, CRAVE's success comes from an expansive menu that has everything from burgers to pasta to steaks to sushi.
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