Wholesome and hearty home-style food defines the menu at White Rose Café in Union, Missouri. A downtown landmark since 1932, it was originally part of the White Rose gas station chain and eventually sold burgers too.
Union native and current owner Dana Robinson worked as a server at the restaurant for 17 years before buying the business three years ago. She says that the from-scratch biscuits and gravy fly out of the kitchen for breakfast, but patrons also love the “really mean” burger.
Stop in on a Wednesday for housemade meatloaf or a Friday night for fresh fried chicken.
White Rose Cafe, 208 E. Main St., Union, Missouri, 636.584.0500, whiteroseunion.com