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    Jan 2016
    Central Illinois

    Amazing Burgers

    Full Throttle bar kind of a Harley place but very good and reasonably priced food. Pictured food in foreground the full throttle burger 12 oz hand made fresh ground beef, grilled onions,lettuce, tomato, maybe cheese. In the background the 4 oz rally burger with cheese and bacon , not in picture the large order of fries. Cost $8.50 for the 12 oz burger, about $4 for the quarter pounder ( 2 burgers 2 slices of cheese one yellow one white) and $3.00 for the fries ( lots and lots of fries)
    Drinks reasonable the iced tea good the draft stag also good. They have some spectacular looking bloody Mary's but have not tried one yet. Not super fast, small kitchen stuff made when you order.
    Location: on the Shipman Road between Carlinville and Shipman, not to far from Beaver Dam State Park
    In Illinois about 50 miles north of St. Louis

    Tried to out smart apple rotation and failed, 12 oz burger on the left.
    Last edited by 179212; 04-15-2018 at 11:15 PM.

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    Central Illinois

    Apple Challenges


    Rotation correct do not know why

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    Jan 2018
    Oshawa Ontario

    Great Food Reasonable Prices

    In Norland, Ontario, within the Haliburton Highlands, is a great restaurant called RiverSide Pub. Always have amazing meals at this pub. Beautiful area to ride as well.


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    Marengo Iowa

    Thumbs up Myers Grill Williamsburg Iowa

    About a mile from I80. This place has never let me down. Great food and reasonable. They serve all kinds of Steaks and pasta also. they are about 1 mile south of I80 at the Williamsburg exit, look for signs.These folks are so good that they are catering the Pure Stodge Iowa Rally 6/7 to 6/10 in Middle Amana , Iowa Fri. and Sat. evening meals are Prime rib sandwich and bacon wrapped pork loin.

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    SW Iowa
    Only been to it once but plan to return.
    Monarch Public House in Fountain City Wisconsin.
    On the Mississippi River.

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    Prior Lake, Minnesota

    Mpls Star Tribune Taste Section 6/28/18 - Duluth, MN Places to Eat

    16 restaurants that should be on everyone's Duluth dining itineraries

    A & Dubs

    An honest-to-goodness drive-in (a former A & W, which explains the name), carhops and all. Burgers, hot dogs, deep-fried delights, soft-serve ice cream and fabulous, vanilla-laced housemade root beer, all at family-friendly prices.
    3131 W. 3rd St., Duluth, 1-218-624-0198

    At Sara’s Table Chester Creek Cafe

    Home of Duluth’s most irresistible pancakes. At lunch and dinner, chef Jillian Forte takes a global approach (paella, bibimbap, Thai-style tofu curry), and baker Diane Bailey fills her counter with memorable pies and other temptations.
    1902 E. 8th St., Duluth, 1-218-724-6811,

    Burrito Union

    The house specialty is served in two sizes (both enormous) and prices (both affordable). The menu also features other traditional Tex-Mex fare, great beer (from Fitger’s) and an inexpensive weekend brunch.
    1332 E. 4th St., Duluth, 1-218-728-4414,

    Canal Park Brewing Co.

    This contemporary brewpub has a great-looking setting — including what is arguably the city’s most pleasant patio — a long list of house-brewed ales, chipper service and an even longer roster of crowd-pleasing, beer-friendly fare.
    300 Canal Park Dr., Duluth, 1-218-464-4790,

    Duluth’s Best Bread

    Co-owner Michael Lillegard is a superb baker, turning out admirable croissants and pain au chocolat and cinnamon rolls and an impressive twist on the Pop-Tart. The utilitarian shop keeps limited hours (6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday through Saturday). Starting July 7, Lillegard and brother/business partner Robert Lillegard will launch a Friday-through-Sunday breakfast pop-up (7:30 to 11 a.m.) at Canal Park’s historic Endion Station (200 Lake Place Dr., Duluth), serving baked goods, coffee drinks and savory items, including a ham-bacon quiche.
    2632 W. 3rd St., Duluth,

    Fitger’s Brewhouse

    The 23-year-old brewpub that arguably launched the city’s craft beer obsession continues to focus on the small-batch ales and lagers that forged its reputation. The beer-battered onion rings and wild rice veggie burgers are as tasty as ever.
    600 E. Superior St., Duluth, 1-218-279-2739,

    Great Lakes Candy Kitchen

    Hit the shoreline-hugging highway out of Duluth for the scenery, and this sweet-tooth gem. The caramel apples — and the chocolate-dipped Nutty Ice Cream Bars, finished with roasted peanuts and toasted coconut — are worth the trip.
    223 Scenic Dr., Knife River, Minn., 1-218-834-2121,

    Hoops Brewing Co.

    Longtime Fitger’s Brewhouse brewer Dave Hoops has become his own boss, building a beauty of a brewery in a historic, timber-lined industrial warehouse (an infinitely better use than the previous tenant, a chain steakhouse). The taproom’s copper-topped bar is an ideal showcase for Hoops’ meticulously brewed ales, creamy porters and refreshing pilsners.
    325 S. Lake Av., Duluth, 1-218-606-1666,

    Lake Avenue Restaurant & Bar

    A reason to dine in Canal Park, this charmer emphasizes creative, vibrant cooking at lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. The bar showcases Midwestern spirits. Happy hour (3 to 6 p.m. weekdays) is full of delicious $13-and-under options.
    394 S. Lake Av., Duluth, 1-218-722-2355,

    Pizza Lucé

    The pizza — and weekend brunch — is the same as the Twin Cities Lucé locations. Ditto the (rare, for Duluth) late-night hours, which run to 2 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and 2:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
    11 E. Superior St., Duluth, 1-218-727-7400,

    PortLand Malt Shoppe

    Housed in a 1921 gas station, this may be the most adorable walk-up scoop shop in the land, serving cones, sundaes, malts, shakes and floats. Conveniently located next to a Lakewalk staircase.
    716 E. Superior St.,

    Positively 3rd Street Bakery

    This funky Hillside landmark has been making people happy for 35 years (including those following vegan and gluten-free diets), with a tempting selection of breads, granola, cookies, bars and muffins. Ice cream sandwiches are a must.
    1202 E. 3rd St., Duluth, 1-218-724-8619,

    Russ Kendall’s Smokehouse

    A 110-year-old North Shore tradition, and the place to pack the cooler with pickled herring, sugar-cured smoked lake trout and smoked whitefish.
    149 Scenic Dr., Knife River, Minn., 1-218-834-5995

    Va Bene Berarducci’s Caffe

    Yes, the screen porch is a terrific gaze-at-the-lake perch. But owners Mary Kay and Jim Berarducci run a pleasing, pasta- and panini-focused kitchen and stock their gelato case with a dozen housemade flavors.
    734 E. Superior St., Duluth, 1-218-722-1518,

    Whole Foods Co-op

    Anyone looking to picnic in the Zenith City would do well to consider the stores’ well-stocked delis and cheese cases as one-stop picnic-basket destinations. Dessert is a no-brainer: output from that classic North Shore pie maker, the Rustic Inn Cafe in Castle Danger, Minn.
    610 E. 4th St. and 4426 Grand Av., Duluth, 1-218-728-0884, Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

    Zeitgeist Cafe

    Downtown’s continuing renaissance owes a debt to this arts complex, which includes this stylish and lively restaurant and bar, serving lunch, dinner and a terrific weekend brunch.
    222 E. Superior St., Duluth, 1-218-722-9100,

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