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While Dan’s BBQ remains the hot spot


of Davenport, Mike and Annita are fi nding a little time to slow down. They are enjoy- ing life, spending time with their daughters and three grandchildren, but the restaurant beckons them back almost daily to lend a hand in the kitchen and catch up with customers. “We’re not known for advertising. We’re more one-on-one where people tell their friends about us,” Annita said. “We’ve watched so many children come in over the years, and now they bring in their own kids.”


Local coffee drinkers are regulars in the morning hours and visitors from Europe and Canada have been known to drop in for lunch or dinner. From the cozy envi- ronment of the dining room to the legend- ary ribs, the restaurant is cherished for many reasons. “Customers tell me it’s a good feeling to know they can always come back to Dan’s, bring their families and enjoy dinner,” Annita said. “It doesn’t get much better than that.”


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