Best known for fabulous food in relaxed surroundings, this bistro serves eclectic Spanish and Mediterranean meals. Expect the average entrée to cost for the most part in the range of $8 to $12, and patrons dress casual.
Atmosphere: You`ll be able to take in the people watching view from many seats at this place. Architectually, the restaurant is in an historic structure. is accented by earth tones, enhanced by pottery.
The place is small with seating for 40 people, and is warm and relaxed and patroned by all kinds of people. Table talk is no problem - noise level here is moderate.
More Reasons to Go: There is live background music while you dine on occasion. Devotay is great for entertaining clients, anniversaries and other romantic evenings; also, the restaurant is often frequented prior the theatre.
Eating & Drinking: Open for lunch and dinner.Both beer and wine are served, and you`ll find that there is an excellent wine list. In addition, the place has a lounge inside.
About the Chef: Chef Kurt Michael Friese has more than 20 years experience cooking professionally. He is a graduate of the New England Culinary Institute, where he also taught.
The Management: Devotay is owned by Chef Kurt Michael Friese, and his wife Kim Mcwane Friese. She is an Iowa City native and a professional potter - Kim makes all the dishes at Devotay! Between them, the Frieses have more than 40 years experience in the Restaurant business.
Details to Note: Reservations are suggested. Smoking is not permitted. A parking lot is available for customers.
Ways to Pay: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover
Tips on Finding: On Linn Street between Market and Jefferson, Right behind St. Mary`s Church
Hours of Operation: Lunch: