Perched along the Mississippi River, this old river town’s charm, friendly residents and myriad activities and explorations combine for the perfect weekend in Dubuque.
Author: Rachael Muhlenbeck
Dubuque’s Millwork area once filled with lumber warehouses and turn-of-the-century industry is now an up-and-coming neighborhood going through a complete revitalization, and Brazen Open Kitchen is at the center of it all.
Hotel Julien, home of Potosa Spa and top-tier dining, brings opulent charm and modern accommodations to the heart of Dubuque’s Old Main District.
Come for the craft beer; stay for the food, fun and hip atmosphere at 7 Hills Brewing Company in Dubuque’s Historic Millwork District. Calling 10,000 square feet in a century-old former warehouse building home, 7 Hills’ vibe is half German beer hall, half creative industrial space.
Serving up fresh, flavorful and bright dishes inspired by East Asian recipes, Oolong Asian Cuisine is a delightful Dubuque lunch or dinner spot for Iowans and out-of-towners alike.