Belgian Village Inn

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by ucincv

I love taking out of town visitors here. Doesn't matter whether it is the Van de Reuben, the Reuben Raisen, or the Van de Raisin, or just a bowl of soup and a piece of pie. You won't go wrong.

I pine for the old days when the original location served breakfast... nothing like their B 'n G.

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by Rhonda brooks

If you're in the mood for a great Ruben Sandwich, this is the place to go. The rubens are giagantic enough that you can easily split one with whoever your dining with. Atmosphere is very casual, great prices & great food.

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by Juliet H.

I think Belgian Village does have quite tasty rueben sandwiches!!! Their portions are huge and the prices are good!

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by Ben Stockwell

For the best Rueben sandwiches there are. It's a clean bar/restaurant that has very friendly service, and once again, the best Rueben sandwiches there are on earth. They are HUGE!

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Stacy

The rueben's are to die for here. They are huge! I shouldve only gotten half and I'm a big eater.

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Derek D.

Ask for coleslaw on the vandereuben instead od saurkraut

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Mimi J.

Raisin Bread. The best. Very authentic. You can buy it for $0.65 a slice (to go). Awesome

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Andy M.

Chimay Belgian ale, delicious and chill!

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Jeff Z.

Giant yummy sandwiches! Raisin bread is a must.

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The Quad Cities have always been proud of their strong Belgian heritage - perhaps because a part of that heritage is a knack for preparing great food. Most locals agree that the best place to get sandwiches in the Quad Cities is at the Belgian Village Inn, a staple in Moline's Olde Towne area since the late 1970s. Regulars rave about the Inn's famous "Vanderueben," a grilled masterpiece that is as enormous as it is delicious. Each sandwich is made from scratch, using their tasty homemade bread. If a sandwich isn't up your alley, try a bowl of one of their soups or even something on the lighter side, like a house salad.