Iowa June 14, 2018
This Iowa Landmark Restaurant Serves The Most Mouthwatering Tenderloins
There’s nothing quite like an Iowa tenderloin, and everyone in the state has an opinion on who makes the best! One spot has been drawing Iowans for years to a tiny town in Clayton County where you can find a hole-in-the-wall tavern and… not much else. The drive is so worth it to try the world’s biggest tenderloin!
St. Olaf is a town of just about 100 residents, located in Clayton County, Iowa.
For years, Iowans have flocked from all over to dine at the St. Olaf Tap, a.k.a. St. Olaf Tavern.
This tiny, middle-of-nowhere hole-in-the-wall has become a local legend because they have perfected the tenderloin!
Try the "Big One" - it's the world's largest pork tenderloin and can easily feed two hungry adults.
St. Olaf's perfect tenderloin sandwich is well seasoned, tender, juicy and fried to a crisp. No wonder they're often at the top of "Best Of Iowa" lists!
Yes, there's an entire tenderloin under all those toppings! Hope you brought your appetite!
They do other tasty bar food well, too! Try their homemade onion rings, which might also be the best in the state.
So go gas up the car and head to this tiny tavern in a tiny Iowa town and get ready for one of the best meals of your entire life!
St. Olaf Tap is located at 106 S Main St, St Olaf, IA 52072. If you’re on a quest to try the best tenderloins around, be sure to check their tenderloin off our list of
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