*Seeing the Loess Hills is one thing. Then there’s getting a taste of this beautiful region during your adventures in this incredible geographic wonder of Western Iowa. Our meal at Ada J’s Steakhouse was complimentary. The views expressed in this blog post are of our own. Now, let’s Gallivant!
There’s always a checklist one has when you’re on a self guided expedition of the Loess Hills. Plenty of picture taking, spectacular overlooks, and hikes on the trails are towards the top of the list for many. Shopping, artwork, and escaping into the Iowa wilderness is up there for many of us too. But there’s another amazing reason to make that Loess Hills getaway happen. Head for the hills for great food! Yup, this Western Iowa region is peppered with delicious restaurants and Ada J’s Steakhouse is one of the best you’re going to find on any of Iowa’s scenic byways!
We showed up in the middle of Western Iowa’s T-Bone Trail after a long and eventful day exploring Monona County. A huge steak supper was what we knew we’d get, at Ada J’s, but there was much more than a juicy Ribeye that would highlight our evening in Ute. Home cookin’ is what it felt like with every course….
Unforgettable views, one of a kind terrain, and a Ribeye meal in the town of Ute that will keep you thinking and talking about the Loess Hills for years to come. The fresh ingredients, homemade care, and professional preparation from a steakhouse crew that lives to make their customers happy. That’s Ada J’s and it’s one of the tastiest reasons we’ll head back to Monona County. Click on the video below and see what this supper looked like in person!