East Dubuque is a city in Jo Daviess County, Illinois, United States. The population was 1,704 at the 2010 census, down from 1,995 in 2000. East Dubuque is located alongside the Mississippi River. Across the river is the city of Dubuque, Iowa. About three miles north of the city is the Illinois – Wisconsin border.
Things to do in East Dubuque
4.5 based on 712 reviews
A new romantic bistro on the historic 1000 block of Main Street in Dubuque IA. L. May Eatery serves fusion cuisine and pizza in Dubuque, Iowa in a romantic candlelit atmosphere. Enjoy our impeccable service table side or at our full bar. We also have an extensive wine list with anything from a quality glass of pinot to a great special occasion reserve bottle.
On a weekend getaway, stayed in Dubuque and were looking for something different. Found L May on TripAdvisor. Great experience. Totally fresh ingredients, service was great, staff very attentive and friendly. My wife discovered a fun new martini (Elder greyhound martini). Would definitely return.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
Timmerman's Supper Club was built and established in 1961 by Helen Timmerman. Helen's vision for fine dining resulted in a great reputation for superb food, cocktails and weekly entertainment. In 1985 the restaurant was purchased by David and Patti Thiltgen, who later sold it in 1998 to Juan and Sandy Rodriguez. During those years the two current owners; Mark Hayes and Gary Neuses started working at the Supper Club. Between the two of them they have over 50 years experience at Timmerman's Supper Club. They purchased the restaurant in 2003 and have been working very hard to continue to build on Helen Timmerman's legacy of excellence. Timmerman's Supper Club overlooks the Mississippi River Valley; where the food and beverages are as spectacular as the view. The restaurant features floor to ceiling windows on three sides, allowing for a great view no matter where you are seated. It is definitely a place you will want to stop when you are in the Tri-State area!
After talking this place up for years I finally got my wife here. 45 minute wait was expected, but getting my head bit off at the bar for asking for a drink menu kind of stunned me. We put that behind us when we were taken to the table. We ordered appetizers, which were good, then moved on to the entrees. My wife ordered fettuccini alfredo and I ordered the seafood platter. After another hour it finally came out, but they only brought crab legs. This was taken back and what I ordered was brought out 10 minutes later... Ice cold. I let the waitress know, and the manager came and said he'd take care of it. 5 minutes later he brought out the exact same plate (I had taken a corner off yhe fish) that had just been nuked. They denied this of course but agreed to take it off the bill as it was inedible. Very disappointed!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
If you are looking for a great place to spend a lazy afternoon catching up with friends check out this place. The inside is absolutley beautiful. The back patio is very relaxing a a warm summer day. The drinks are good. Worth a visit.
4 based on 56 reviews
Coffee House, Espresso Bar, Ice Cream Shoppe, Italian Style Panini Sandwiches
Stopped in here on a Sunday morning to grab a quick bite to eat. At first it appeared to be a coffee & pastry shop only however they do have a small breakfast menu that includes panini's, eggs, waffles. Very tasty and inexpensive. Appears that a lot of locals go there for the wi-fi
4.5 based on 31 reviews
We pride ourselves on serving you the freshest food available. If we can buy it local we do. If we can buy fresh we do. Our Broaster Chicken is some of the best you'll ever taste. We also have 11 craft beers on tap from local breweries. Sunday Funday features 50 cent wings every Sunday all day long. Join us for football. We have the NFL Ticket.
We decided to stop in and grab a beer. They have an awesome selection of draft beers. Great service and knowledgeable staff.
4.5 based on 224 reviews
Brazen Open Kitchen | Bar is a comfortably stylish New American cuisine showcasing locally sourced (when available) and world inspired cuisine and cocktails. We are located on the corner of 10th & Washington in the heart of the Millwork District. The restaurant is led by a kitchen & bar team with some of the top talent in the area. Brazen is a representation of inspired individuals wanting to perfect their craft and give our patrons the best experience possible. Our team works with local farmers and growers to bring the freshest ingredients to our kitchen for the best quality. We pride ourselves in not having any freezers in the restaurant which allows us to give you always fresh ingredients!! The experience is exciting yet approachable, with a warm Midwest atmosphere that makes it a perfect destination for craft beers, inspired cocktails, and innovative plates that can be shared or enjoyed in a more formal meal.
I'm a true foodie, so here goes:
Starter: Gnocci. Excellent! Blue lump crab cake: chunks of fresh crab. So good!
Party of 4 all had different entrees and soup, salad, pizza (Margarita). Of course, we shared. Each one so full of flavor and interesting seasonings. We appreciated the expertise of the chefs. And the bread made fresh daily is tops. No room for dessert :( Definitely one of the best if not the best restaurant in Dubuque. Highly recommended!!
4.5 based on 267 reviews
Been Here For Years, Serve Breakfast Lunch And Supper
Stopped here while traveling for holidays. Reviews of the restaurant were good. This was not our experience at Sunshine Family Restaurant. Three of us ate lunch, none of us finished our meals. Chicken noodle soup started off the meal, the color of the soup was unlike anything I have ever seen. Very strange. Ordered a hamburger for lunch, patty was frozen type and tasted like it had been in freezer for a long time. Only took one bite. My son had breakfast. Hard to mess up breakfast but it happened. Bacon was terrible, tasted like it had been cooked hours earlier then reheated. Overall experience was not good.
4 based on 10 reviews
Although they do have a good pizza and some good chicken, the rest of the food is only average. It is worth a stop from time to time, especially if you are local, but visitors will find better options in Dubuque. They offer a normal selection of bar food, most of it fried. The pizza is their saving grace, as it is fresh, hot and full of toppings (if you want them).
4 based on 42 reviews
First of all, a gorgeous location in an incredibly beautiful interior, preserving a very old industrial building. Just the wooden support beams alone are worthy of observation. The coffee was absolutely fantastic, made with perfection by a fabulist barista. Had a light breakfast whole wheat toast, pesto, kale, egg and cheese that was absolutely delicious. The whole experience could not have been better. You must go!
4.5 based on 284 reviews
We had a wonderful lunch here the other day. The Copper Kettle is recently remodeled and is beautiful inside! They have homemade onion rings with a chipotle sauce that are so yummy! My father had a greek salad that was very good. My husband and I had a caprese salad and our little guy Mac and Cheese. Such a fun place!
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