Bathed in a bright yellow and emblazoned with quotes of encouragement and positivity, Brightside Café is designed to be a light in downtown Sioux City. “From the beginning, the concept was to be a positive spot in downtown Sioux City, the heart of the city, where we can give back to the community,” recalls owner Juan Munoz.
The 2021 season of the Sioux City Farmers’ Market promises to safely bring together locals from all walks of life to enjoy the bounty of locally grown produce, artisanal baked goods, and hand-crafted items. Each item featured at the market is grown locally or handmade by the seller.
Siouxland has a great deal to be proud of, and the last few months have indeed served as a platform for our community to highlight some excellent news. That said, we also have some work to do on our regional image, and it has never been more critical than right now as we are welcoming first-time visitors from all over the United States.
Last month, staff with the state of Iowa’s Department of Cultural Affairs was in town shooting a video to showcase the newly renovated Warrior Hotel.