Award-winning steaks. Unique local restaurants. Ethnic foods with flare. Abundant national chains for every palate. Dining out in Grand Island is always a pleasure.
There are great savory flavors to be had as well as cakes! Cupcakes! Brownies!
Downtown is peppered with locally owned restaurants that serve great burgers, stone-oven pizza, gourmet wraps and award-winning chili — for starters.
Themed restaurants exhibit the flare of 1950s Las Vegas, a broken-down beach shack, and sandwiches with a railroad theme.
Foods from around the globe can be found in Grand Island from Japanese to Mexican and Thai to Italian.
Grand Island has seen a significant influx of new restaurants in the past five years. Dining options now range from local steaks to Japanese cuisine and just about everything in between.
A plethora of national chains line Merchandise Mile along Highway 281. Fast food, ethnic food and sit-down dinners can all be had within a few short blocks of the many stores in this shopping district.
Great steakhouses and spicy Mexican dishes can be found on South Locust Street.
Rows of mushrooms quietly emerge in Ash Gordon's inconspicuous warehouse near the airport, some for food and some for medicinal use.
You can indulge in an amazing array of food and exotic cultures here in Grand Island.
You can't go wrong with food at the Nebraska State Fair. All of the old standbys are joined by things like donut burgers, alligator and fried butter.