Looking for a place to grab a bite to eat in the Quad Cities this week? Whether you are looking for a quick lunch, delicious dinner, pizza for the family or outdoor seating – the options are endless! Check out some of these amazing local eateries!

 

Ike’s All American Café (635 15th Avenue East Moline)

This local café serves fresh ingredients prepared simply. Right now they are offering 20% off EVERY carryout order, due to an A/C issue. Check out their Facebook page for more information, including their delicious menu, at https://www.facebook.com/IkesAllAmericanCafe/.

 

Barrel House (685 Avenue of the Cities Silvis)

Barrel House is the “Place to Be” in Silvis! The food is amazing and the outdoor patio setting will provide an unforgettable evening for all. Thursday night is ½ off Martinis and Bottles of Wine. Stop by Sunday for some $3 drafts! To order online or view their menu, visit http://barrelhouse211.com/silvis-2/.

 

Quad City Pizza Company (Moline and Bettendorf)

You’ve heard the talk. The Quad Cities knows how to do pizza. And that’s no exception at this local, family-owned small business! Quad City Pizza Company continues to provide high-quality food from both locations, in Moline (2724 Avenue of the Cities) and Bettendorf (3408 State Street). Whether you’re looking for some Finger Lickin’ Chicken or one of their many unique pizza creations, you won’t be disappointed. Check out their menu today at https://qcpizzaco.com/.

*If you mention QuadCities.com now and through Monday Jul 15, you will receive 15% of ALL orders (carry out, dine in or delivery)

 

Green Rock/Colona American Legion (312 Broadway Street Colona)

Looking for a hearty breakfast this Sunday morning? Stop by the Colona Legion from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. for scrambled eggs, sausage, biscuits & gravy, pancakes, coffee, milk and juice. Donations are gratefully accepted and go to assist veterans and other community programs through the American Legion, Honor Guard, Auxiliary and SAL. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/482973712448412/.

 

Atlante Trattoria (140 18th Street Rock Island)

Stop by this no-frills, weekday restaurant for breakfast or lunch! Their eclectic menu, including sandwiches, pizza and sushi rolls will make you want to come back for more. Atlante Trattoria offers amazing daily specials that can be found on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/atlantetrattoria/.

 

Looking for some outdoor seating for your meals? Check out some of these local restaurants:

 

Raelyn’s Pub & Eatery (217 N State Street Geneseo)

Grease Monkeys Sports Bar & Grill (709 1st Street Colona)

Tuggers (201 N Main Street Port Byron)

Cool Beanz Coffeehouse (1325 30th Street Rock Island)

Igor’s Bistro (3055 38th Street Rock Island)

Legends Corner (3008 7th Avenue Rock Island)

The Docs Inn (985 Avenue of the Cities Silvis)

Barrel House (685 Avenue of the Cities Moline)

Bent River Brewing Company (1413 5th Avenue Moline)

Clint’s Draft House Pizza & Grill (1630 7th Street Moline)

The River House (1510 River Drive Moline)

Front Street Pub and Eatery (208 E River Drive Davenport)

Me and Billy (200 W 3rd Street Davenport)

Sippis American Grill & Craft Beer (406 W 2nd Street Davenport)

Van’s Pizza, Pub & Grill (3333 N Harrison Street Davenport)

Fresh Deli by Nostalgia Farms (421 W River Drive Davenport)

Crust Stone Oven Pizza (2561 53rd Avenue Bettendorf)

Bier Stube LeClaire (1001 Canal Shore Dr. SW LeClaire)

Brew in the Village (1104 Jersey Ridge Rd Davenport)

Tantra Asian Bistro (589 E 53rd Street Davenport)

Go Fish Marina Bar and Grill (411 River Drive Princeton)

Element Tea & Wine Lounge (5345 Belle Court Suite 4 Davenport)

The J Bar (4215 Elmore Avenue Davenport)

The Tangled Wood (3636 Tanglewood Road Bettendorf)

Steventon’s (1399 Eagle Ridge Road LeClaire)

Armored Gardens (315 Pershing Avenue Davenport)

Barrel House (5141 Utica Ridge Road Davenport)

 

There’s no question about it, there are plenty of dining option in the Quad Cities! Check out QuadCities.com for even more amazing local eateries.

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.