Dyersville is a city in eastern Delaware and western Dubuque counties in the U.S. state of Iowa. It is part of the Dubuque, Iowa, Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 4,058 at the 2010 census, up from 4,035 at the 2000 census.
Things to do in Dyersville
4 based on 168 reviews
A couple of us got drawn in by the chocolate mousse pie and we weren't disappointed! Dinner was excellent and the desserts we're damn near as good as Grandma makes. The employees were very cheery and had good recommendations. Definitely worth another visit.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
It is actually a really neat DQ. You order when you walk in. Then you go over to a different counter that has all of the spoons and napkins and such and wait for your treat to come out. When they give you the blizzards, they turn them upside down. Pretty cool! :-)
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Breakfast is a regular stop for me here. I try to stop by at least twice a week. Prices are really super and there's so much food you can skip lunch. At least that's what I try to do. There's usually two specials each morning that save you a little money. I simply prefer the chopsteak, eggs, and hash browns. Pancakes are great, too. Service is fast and the prices are the best in town for a sit down breakfast. Sunday mornings can be a little busy but food still comes quickly. Enjoy a hearty breakfast at a great price.
They also serve a full menu, too. Menu options are nice. Steaks are good. So is the fish. Not a bad place for any meal.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
The Ritz has been a Dyersville favorite starting back in 1948. Dan & Carol Sawyer are the owners. Dan worked in the automotive field for over 25 years. Dan's father, Orval Sawyer, owned and ran a popular little restaurant in a nearby town of Earlville named The Town Talk. Interest in his fathers business and a love of cooking lead Dan & Carl to purchase the Ritz in 2003. His wife Carol, a Dyersville native, works along side Dan as hostess and bartender. We offer that personal touch that can comes from a privately owned restaurant. The Ritz has a full menu including our popular Homemade Soups, Prime Rib, Steaks & Seafood, Pork, Chicken, and Sandwiches. We also have a full service bar. Have Carol make you one of her Southern Comfort Old Fashions or one of your own drink favorites. Please stop in, We look forward to serving you. Thank you, Dan & Carol Sawyer
This place was recommended by a fellow traveler. We tried it and were definitely pleased. The name may be upscale but the atmosphere is down to earth. The wait staff is very solicitous but overly so. I had fried shrimp and have not had as large a quantity or the size of the pieces anywhere else for the price. My fellow traveler had the prime rib and raved about it. And the price was way less than I expected. I will go back if I am in the area again.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Following our five star review last month here is the flip side of the coin. Visited yesterday and we were very disappointed. Can it be that this restaurant is starting to nickle and dime ?
The coleslaw sidedish comes in a thimble and was frankly tasteless with no mayonnaise content at all. Very watery.
The Bacon Cheeseburger at 7.95 is a very inadequate burger. The meat is bland and the cheese lacking but here's the kicker there is nothing on it at all. No onions. Lettuce. Tomatoes. Pickles ..nothing. previously I had the 10.95 burger and that is laden. Any extras on this burger are expensive. A very flimsy bread roll completed the misery.
And .... total lack of attention from the waitress. One refill during a 45 minute meal and did not do the courtesy of asking during the meal how things were. I was waiting for her to come over to explain how disappointing the burger was.
Hopefully the owner can see from our 5 star review that we loved the place but come on guys don't cut corners on the little things . .. the chicken wings are still extra good and if you get the right waitress and right chef on the right day this place can be heaven.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Fancied a Subway but luckily came across this place instead. A superb sandwich piled high with extras and delightful touches. Absolutely wonderful service and terrific food. No hesitation in giving five stars. Best sandwich I have had since arriving from England. Loved this place. Gonna be going again.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
We stopped for a bite after visiting Field of Dreams. Nice historical place with real character. I ordered a beef vegetable soup that was quite good. I normally don't have dessert but I decided I would try their coconut cream pie. It was incredible in every way. I think I must have been served 1/4 of a pie. The crust and the filling were very good and it was topped with a huge amount of freshly whipped real whipped cream. Not sure how I ate it all but there was no way I would leave any of this on the plate.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
I stopped for lunch and was pleasantly surprised. This was my first time there, certainly not my last. Nice decor, old tin ceiling, tables, booths with neat red globed lighting. Many selections of coffee and tea, many selections of craft beer and sandwiches. Their speciality is smoked meats and they know how to do it. Smoked chicken tacos with cranberry slaw was to die for. Also, they have smoked brisket, smoked pork etc. Many pannini sandwiches, smoothies and ice cream. They are open 2 nights late and have music quite often. Large TV or 4 for sports or whatever. The owners are very nice, helpful and on top of everything. Can't wait to return.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
4.5 based on 3 reviews
We were recommended to this pizza place by an in-room advertisement. The pizza arrived hot and quickly. It was tasty and my kids enjoyed it. Would eat again. Only recommendation would be plastic cups as the pizza obviously was going to a hotel where likely the pizza eaters would not have them and to make sure the pizza was cut better, again, because we had limited tools to recut as needed. Otherwise, would not have been an issue if delivered to a home.
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