Burgers served at an eatery in west-focal Iowa were named today as “Iowa’s Best Burger.”
Hannah Johnson deals with the “Bent Tail” café in Beebeetown claimed by her folks, Ed and Ruth Spencer. “We were really energized and respected. We raise cows professionally and have a land and closeout business, in addition to this, and we were quite regarded in light of the fact that we take a great deal of pride in serving the best meat,” Johnson says.
She deals with the eatery with her sibling Luke, who thought of one of their mainstream contributions known as the morning meal burger. “It has bacon, Canadian bacon, and afterward there’s an egg on it that is over simple and some cheddar,” Johnson clarifies. “At the point when we initially opened he did some testing and that has been a celebrated burger. The newst one is the Beebeetown White Gold. There’s sort of an anecdote about gold in Beebeetown — so we thought of the Beebeetown White Gold — its got the white cheddar and dark timberland bacon and the braised onions.”
Johnson says they didn’t have any eatery experience when her folks purchased an old café and repaired it. “We experienced childhood in Beebeetown thus my folks the proprietors, they in reality live in one of the first Beebeetown houses. Along these lines, there’s loads of history in Beebeetown, thus when it came available to be purchased my father just essentially said ‘construct it and they will come’,” as indicated by Johnson.
They have likewise gotten notice for their ribs — which won first prize in the 2013 Iowa State Fair Farm Bureau Cookoff. The eatery went to take out help during the pandemic closure and remained as such fourteen days after things opened back up. Johnson says they reconfigured a portion of the seating to meet social separating necessities and are open for plunk down help once more. She says the clients have returned.
Johnson says it’s a decent spot to go for a burger. “Beebeetown Iowa, the center of no place and near all over,” she says.
Beebeetown is found nine miles from Missouri Valley, nine miles from Logan, ten miles from Neola, and 16 miles from Council Bluffs. You can discover it off leave eight on I-880. They are open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m.
This is the eleventh year for the yearly Best Burger challenge supported by the Iowa Beef Industry Council.