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Quiet family restaurant needed

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Quiet family restaurant needed

I need to locate a good but quiet restaurant as the one we used to visit changed. Once a year my brother drives down from NW Iowa and I drive up from SW Iowa and we eat and visit instead of buying presents. We need a place that won't rush us out as fast a s they can. Any suggestions???

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Green Gables Restaurant at 18th and Pierce Streets in Sioux City. Good food, pleasant atmostphere, they do not hurry you.

Archie's Diner on 7th Street at Omaha Street in Sioux City. A real old-time diner! Limited menu but wonderful proprietor (Archie's widow).

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My wife and I eat scandinavian food in Story City, Ia.

There also is a Stone's restaurant in Marshalltown, both are under $12 a person. Stone's lemon high pie is my favorite. Story City has small town appeal. There is a ride for kids for $1. it has carved horses near the downtown. The scandinavian food is wonderful . Kumla is the speciality for Story City. Allow 30 min. to drive from Ames. Families will love Story City and it is a good meeting place.

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Botecelli's is a good place. Nebraska and Gordan Streets, behind Casey's. Excellent Itallian food, great service, and quiet atmosphere. We go every sunday for champagne brunch. I highly recommend it.

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Green Gables is wonderful...old time Sioux City still going strong! Try the Motzoball soup and Hot Fudge Sundae...wondrous!

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