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Hecho En Iowa-A Search for the Best Hometown Tacos: Locale 25, Fort Madison

Smell that smoke and smash those tacos! 709 Avenue H

Fort Madison, IA: Lee County

Weeeeeeeeee’re back, Fort Madison! And one of our favorite restaurants figured out a way to lure us back in. We had such a great experience with our first trip to the Atlas Steak & Smokehouse, we had to come back in. This time to capture one of Chef Scott’s off the menu specials. Korean BBQ Tacos made with local Wagyu Beef. It’s farm to fork taco time!

Local beers, local top quality beef, and made by a local chef from Fort Madison. That’s a perfect cocktail for a great restaurant if you ask Team Goodvin. The Wagyu beef was naturally tender and juicy with just the right amount of Korean flavors. Fresh cilantro, chopped onion, and a creamy-spicy sauce gave these tacos some edge. The great part about stopping in for tacos is all the other fantastic food and new experiences we had. That’s why we came here to film our first episode of The Iowa Gallivant! Stay tuned for another great blog about Fort Madison with an exciting video to kickoff our new show! Thank you, Fort Madison!

Be sure to read about our other taco discoveries in the communities of  Albia, BettendorfColumbus JunctionCoralvilleDavenport, Fairfield, Fort Madison, Iowa CityKalona, KnoxvilleLamoni, MuscatineNorth Liberty, OttumwaSolonStorm LakeTamaTipton, Toledo, Wapello, WashingtonWaterloo, West BranchWest Liberty, and Winfield. One of these towns will be awarded Best Hometown Tacos in December of 2016!

Thanks for reading! -Team Goodvin

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