Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
1405 W. 19th Street South
Newton, IA 50208
Phone: (641) 792-8100
Fax: (641) 792-8116
Bars & Cafes
The Krazee Kafe certainly lives up to its name and is as crazy as it can be. Playing different roles and catering to diverse clients, this venture has excelled in everything it does. An unique combination of hair salon,tattoo center and a cafe, its patrons are mix of young and middle-aged groups. While some come here to get inked, others head here for a night out with friends along with martinis. So a beautiful lady getting her hair styled whilst enjoying a cocktail is a regular sight here. The owners did not stop here, but went ahead and added some extra zing to this place by inviting artists/bands from all over to play here. Apart from that, it also features DJ sessions, Karaoke nights and parties on a regular basis. Call for more details.
A dark and cozy atmosphere, with no cigarette smoke around, you sit back sipping your drink, admiring pretty faces around. Girls in school uniforms serving you drinks, at reasonable rates, a price every average person can afford. As you admire the detailed decor, the DJ starts playing the music, and you feel like shaking your body to it. This is the Liar's Club. Situated in the heart of Downtown Des Moines entertainment district, Liar's club was founded by three friends with the purpose of bringing to you the all exciting ideas they came across in their lives. Give the place a try and feel the difference.
Since 1996, the Court Avenue Restaurant & Brewing Company has been serving a diverse menu and their handcrafted ales.
With an extensive variety of beers bottled and on tap and a diverse crowd to match, the Royal Mile is one of America's favorite bars. The decor is reminiscent of an old English pub with a dark wooden interior and outside patio seating, but the crowd is lively and filled with eccentric regulars. If you love beer with a slice of England pub life on the side, the Royal Mile is your place.
The Red Monk will have beer-snobs singing its praises with more than 60 Belgian beers and their speciality, Unicum, a Hungarian liquor. Patrons are surrounded by gargoyles and stained glass. The Gothic demeanor of the bar is evident in the interiors. The location of the bar hidden above Royal Mile adds to the mystery appeal.
801 Chophouse is an upscale steakhouse in Des Moines. The restaurant offers fresh vegetables and meats from the best cuts. At a flat rate, you could take advantage of the Prix Fixe menu options that allows you to savor a variety. Try out the Bone-In Delmonico or the Lollipop Veal Chop. The Maytag Blue Cheese Potatoes make a great side. The restaurant has an extensive wine list, so take your pick and have a great meal!
Gas Lamp is Des Moines' quintessential bar-next-door and a favorite joint among locals and those in the know. One of the most happening spots for live music in the city, the stage sees local bands and emerging talent cover blues, country, folk and alternative rock, among a host of genres. Grab a pint from domestic and international brews on offer and enjoy weekly open jam nights. The place is unpretentious and has a certain old-world, motel-esque vibe going for it. Dimly lit with only a hint from LED signs, the decor features wall-mounted animal heads, exposed brick walls, intricate ceiling and funky graffiti art on the lavatory interiors.
Mezzodi's serves Italian food that is delicious. The food here is prepared from home-style recipes that have been reinvented to include some of the local ingredients and tastes. The fast selling item here are the pizzas and burgers and the special rate martinis that are served all day! For your main meals, try out the Wild Mushroom Risotto or the Italian Chops. The Sunday brunch is quite famous among the locals.
Dublin Bay Irish Pub and Grill's menu includes breaded cheese nuggets, buffalo tenders, corned beef and cabbage, lamb stew, calamari, smoked salmon pizza, potato crusted mahi sandwich, seafood pasta, raspberry pork loin, and mushroom provolone burger.
Located in the bustling downtown area of Ames city, DG's Tap House is a neighborhood watering hole. With a collection of 56 beers on tap, there is a wide choice for beer lovers here. Apart from the amazing varieties of beers, DG's Tap House is also popular for its on-site entertainment; it offers pool tables, foosball, dartboards and other interesting games. During the weekend, all head here to catch performances of talented local artists and bands. Friendly ambiance, good drinks and great entertainment make for a perfect night out with friends at DG's Tap House.
Serving a wide variety of handcrafted entrees for lunch and dinner and fresh brewed beer and root beer, the locally owned and operated Olde Main Brewing Co. and Restaurant is open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.