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Wednesday, 28 January 2015



Freshly ground beef for the burger is definitely a plus. It would be awesome if they make their own tators.


Definitely, Bill; Iowa Meat Farms is a real butcher shop (and closer to home for us) with great quality. The first time we ordered at JTs, the bartender casually mentioned the tots and fries were frozen. Can't wait to try the upgraded menu, which I'm sure they won't start until after Super Bowl Sunday.


Thanks for this. I live up the hill and pass this place often. I will definitely check out the burger

Soo H

Mmm... Bacon burger. :-)


We seem to be driving down the hill and stopping to eat in that nice neighborhood lately, jack (Plenty of places where I can get a post and good food). Almost every Pub/Bar serves fresh -not frozen- burgers (which they mention as you order) and I think JT's is the best of the bunch.
The thick, non-greasy, perfectly cooked bacon, combined with melted browned bleu cheese is addictive, Soo.

Ed (from Yuma)

Another find, Cathy. That food looks good, and fresh is best.


The Mister has been having unusual cravings lately, Ed. Stopping here was always on our short list and I'm so happy we did.

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