Stuart is a city in Lincoln Township, Adair County, and in Stuart Township, Guthrie County, in the U.S. state of Iowa. That part of the city within Guthrie County is part of the Des Moines–West Des Moines Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,648 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Stuart
5 based on 50 reviews
The only positive aspect of Freedom Rock is that it's convenient to the road. But otherwise, it's a painted rock. I appreciate that some people choose to honor veterans by painting rocks, and some other people choose to honor veterans by looking at painted rocks, but what it boils down to is: it's just a rock.
5 based on 8 reviews
Take a short drive to the beautiful countryside north of Stuart, Iowa where the owners have moved a one room schoolhouse across a field to its current site. Tracy is happy to serve sips of different wines produced from their own vineyards on the site. My favorite is V's Berry wine, which goes well with chocolate. The warmed spiced serendipity has a welcoming taste. All the wines here are wonderful as is the charm of the winery!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
The White Pole Road is a preservation of part of the historic first automobile road offering a route across the state of Iowa before the advent of the highway system. It is complete from Dexter on the east to Adair on the west and passes through Stuart, Menlo, and Casey. There are many attractions to see along the way. In addition to maps online, there is an audio book on CD that provides turn-by-turn history along the route.
5 based on 1 reviews
Johnie's Tap was established in December 1951, and has been going strong ever since. A fantastic "local watering hole" that isn't fussy or fancy...it just does what it's the best at...taking care of its customers with their adult beverage of choice, and ensuring that the patrons get relaxed, are able to shift into a slower gear, kick back, play some pool, listen to some jukebox music...just generally enjoy !!!
Locally owned and operated, be sure to stop by the next time your in the area...you will be glad you did !!! Johnie's is about as local as you can get...and it's all for the good !!!
Enjoy your visit.
2.5 based on 5 reviews
What was once a bank which the infamous duo had robbed is now a beauty shop. Not much to see but there is a plaque to read.
When we got there on the first day of June, the streets were all torn up and we gingerly walked around the muddy area to get there.
None the less, it was a "hoot" just to see the place!
A "rest" off of I-80 as we wended west!
Restored historic church now a cultural center for weddings and events. Byzantine and Romanesque architecture. Beautiful to tour.
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