Iowa, United States Food Guide: 3 American food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Harlan

September 2, 2019 Randal Brittian

Find out what American restaurants to try in Harlan. Harlan is a city in Shelby County, Iowa, United States, along the West Nishnabotna River. The population was 5,106 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Shelby County.

1. Milk & Honey

1101 7th St, Harlan, IA 51537-1350 American, Grill, Healthy, Cafe Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch Parking Available, Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Takeout, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +1 712-235-6455
Milk & Honey

Milk & Honey is a farm to table casual breakfast and lunch restaurant. We opened in June of 2015 in the Old Saylor Hotel in downtown Harlan.

Reviewed By lawabider

Parking is ample and location is convenient. Atmosphere is quaint and charming. The food was legitimately delicious! The service was super accommodating and friendly. My order is always a little difficult because I’m picky, but they handled it flawlessly. The food options were different and innovative in a good way. The coffee was clearly fresh and yummy. I will definitely find an excuse to come here again.

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2. Subway

1326 Chatburn Ave, Harlan, IA 51537-2011 American, Deli +1 712-755-5004 http://www.subway.com

Reviewed By John_in_BenningtonNE

Right off a big Interstate 80 interchange. Across the street from the truck stop compound. Not bad. It's another Subway.

3. Goozman's Westside

1019 7th St, Harlan, IA 51537-1306 American +1 712-755-2259
Goozman's Westside

Reviewed By G8890AQthomasb

My wife and I are living in Harlan, Iowa since I'm working a long term contract out of Omaha, NE. Over the last six months we have gone to Goozman's regularly to have a few drinks and a meal (bar food).The food has always been acceptable. Burgers are above average and their Saturday Wing special is pretty good. We especially like them tossed in their Sweet Chile sauce.From our first visit we found service at the bar OK. However, you can't order and pay for food at the bar. You have to go over to the dining side of the building and go down a hallway where there are usually two kids sitting at a card table who will take your order. They admitted to me that service is purposely slow so you will go and spend more money at the bar while waiting on your food order. My wife is waiting for a knee surgery, so has some days better than others when it comes to getting around. So, I often will go in and place an order to go and take food with me so we can eat together. When I went in a few weeks ago to get an order of Wings To Go tossed in our favorite sauce the two young boys promptly informed me that they would charge me extra to toss the wings. I just took the sauce with me and dealt with it. I went in yesterday and placed an order to go and was going to the bar to wait for them to finished my order. This time I was advised that tossing them was at no extra charge, but if I wanted the order to go it would cost me $16.00 instead of the $9.65 because "A To-Go" order would be defeating the purpose of their special pricing, which was for customers to spend money at the bar wile they take forever to bring your food order. It worked, as I spent $8.00 for 75 cents worth of beer waiting on them to prepare and bring my food order. Then when the order did come the wings hadn't been tossed in sauce, so I asked them to toss them. The answer wasn't an apology or we'll toss them for you, it was we don't have time!!The don't need my business.

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