*Follow the T-Bone Trail through its Western Iowa reaches and you’ll find unique locals that have helped put a shine on their communities. Farnhamville and it’s proud restaurant is one of those inspiring small town destinations we’ll never forget. Our meal at Rudy’s was complimentary. The views expressed in this blog post are of our own. Now, let’s Gallivant!
The population is around 400 souls in this rural Calhoun County town and boy do they know how pack a restaurant! And it wasn’t all locals trickling into Rudy’s on this evening. Visitors from the area and beyond joined us and that included our friends Pat and Becky who traveled in from Hampton, Iowa to get their first taste of this new Farnhamville establishment. It’s one of the great gatherings we had in Western Iowa and there was so much take in!
The customers were excited to see this promotion find its way to Farnhamville and they were eager to celebrate the success of Rudy’s and its energetic staff that keep it humming. Click on the video below and see the welcoming party at Rudy’s!
Make Farnhamville your heading someday and go see what this Le Cordon Bleu chef is creating with the rest of the staff at Rudy’s. I’m thrilled that Kendall made it back to Iowa and opened a restaurant in a little Calhoun County town. This style of cooking and combination of beautiful flavors is another irresistible prize of NW-Iowa. Keep it up, Rudy’s, and keep that inspiration as the special everyday!