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Old 07-11-2014, 06:16 PM   #1
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Things To Eat "Do Not Miss" on I90?

we are traveling from Nevada to Wisconsin on the I 90. does anyone know of places to eat that are "great!"?

would like to find some good pie too!
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You got me lost, on my map the NE corner of NV is 280 + miles SW of I90. No eating places pop up in my memory. Have a safe trip.
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Burnstadt's in Tomah, WI ... good food ... fine assortment of pies and desserts ...

It is located about 1/2 mile off of I-90 ... plenty of room to park your RV too
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did not think I had to give the complete route - the idea being we will be on the 1-90 for a long ways. -- but thanks.
skigramp - thanks I have looked at the website and yelp - sounds like you gave us a good spot to try!!!
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It has been a few years since we have been there ... but Al's Oasis in Oacoma, SD (exit 260 of I-90) and then onto US 16 had good food ... and lots of desserts ... and I found it easy to park our motorhome there ...

You also want to stop at the rest stop just across the Missouri River in Chamberlain ... a very nice Lewis and Clark exhibit and a great view of the valley ... gigantic parking lot ...
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So where ya getting on 90? I have only been as far east on I90 as Mitchel SD. Stop and see the Corn Palace. Have driven Seattle to Buffalo WY many times. Have a GREAT trip!
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Possums are good for about a day after beng killed on the road. I hear raccoons last a little longer......
Oh wait, never minde. You meant "Places" to eat on I 90, not "things". My bad
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thank you again skigramp. we have added it to our list of places to stop.
rvgtexan, we are going I 80 east/ to 93 north /84 east/ 86 east / 15 north /20 east into Yellowstone. / 14 east /90 east./16 to Custer/90 east /side stop in Pierre/back on 90 to just before Madison / 94 to Milwaukee./ 94 south / near great lakes naval training center getting on the 41 /back to the 90 into Chicago /250 south / 60 to Wellington /58 south/ and so on and so on to Amish country / Nashville / Memphis / Dallas / Carlsbad caverns / painted desert / Bryce / great basin.
we were just at the grand canyon and Zion last winter. missing those two on purpose.
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we are traveling with another couple. we have been jokingly calling it "pie across America"
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Sounds like a GREAT trip. have a ball!
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thank you!!! we hope it will be a great trip. it will be our 1st rv trip that far east. any tips will help.
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Sioux Falls - Sanaa for good Mediterranean food and surprisingly almost any pho place there is good, especially if you like southern Vietnamese .
Rapid city - Everest for good Indian food.
Alberta Lee - Cuban Island, yummy and cheap
La Crosse - Kate's (Italian) and the Waterfront are both pretty good.
Wisconsin Dells - The cheese factory for great vegetarian.

I suggest you ignore the high ratings of the sushi places in SD. They certainly are not warranted when compare to coastal sushi places but they are ok for inland sushi.
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wow! that is list of places to check out! thanks!!!!!!!!!!!
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