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General Store Pub Is A Little-Known Iowa Restaurant That’s In The Middle Of Nowhere, But Worth The Drive

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Only In Iowa
 2021-09-16

Not many restaurants can claim to be permanently immortalized in a work of art, but General Store Pub in tiny quarry town Stone City, Iowa can do just that. Famous American painter Grant Wood, known best for his portrait “American Gothic” painted in the same year, also completed “Stone City Iowa” in 1930. In the painting, what was then the town’s general store sits on the right side next to the Wapsipinicon River. It’s a lovely, pastoral picture that captures middle America in the early 20 th century.

Look out for the nightly specials, including Prime Rib Night every Saturday and BBQ Rib Night every first Friday of the month. Check out the restaurant’s website and Facebook page for more information.

Have you visited General Store Pub? Is it worth the drive? Let us know in the comments!

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Guest
09-17

We really enjoy the drive to Stone City no matter what the season may be. We have never been disappointed with their service or our food choices. Probably our favorite is "Rib Night". Try a Bloody Mary--quite good!

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