A family affair, the restaurant is known for its hand-cut, hand-breaded pork tenderloin, which appears in a myriad of dishes.
Enjoy a Whiskey Sour with steak au poivre, or a Martini with grilled catfish smothered in cheesy white wine and crawfish sauce.
Catfish and hickory-smoked barbecue platters are the stars of the show.
The new restaurant from chef and sommelier Philip Day is inspired by high-quality, locally sourced ingredients.
You can also savor a brick-oven pizza and handmade fudge while you’re here.
The cheeses, pickles, jams, dips and drinks are perfect for any outing.
The shop specializes in shave ice, an iconic Hawaiian dessert featuring shaved ice drenched in flavorful syrups, ice cream and sweetened condensed milk.
Plus everything from sangria to wine to horchata to wash it all down.
When a mechanical engineer started roasting coffee at home, she and a friend decided to share their love of the drink with their community.
The restaurant, which opened in June, still serves massive pieces of original-recipe pie, alongside savory lunch and dinner items.
After a day of hiking, enjoy a meal with a view.
The coffee company has expanded its wholesale service, launched a coffee subscription service and continues to source more and more direct-trade beans.
Owner Rebecca Wilson likens the elderberry syrup mixed with raw honey to apple butter, and the kombucha comes in fantastic flavors such as lavender-lemon and cherry-vanilla.
At Flowers Fish Farm in Dexter, Missouri, she hatches and raises more than three million channel catfish a year.
In Joplin, Missouri, All Aboard Burgers and Ice Cream brings two hallmarks of summer together.
Need to get away? These nine destinations across Missouri offer unique environs to explore outdoors, sightsee, sleep and, most importantly, eat.
In the past decade, the craft beer scene in southern Illinois has exploded, and the region continues to produce more and more noteworthy brews. With so many great breweries in the area, you don’t have to travel far for a cold drink and a good time. Here are six of our favorites.
Can you think of a better way to start the weekend?
Owners Adam and Cara Stark have built a library of more than 150 games to play while devouring the delicious food and aptly named drinks.
The American Wine Society awarded the wine the title out of 550 competition entrants.
There’s no better time to experiment with the richer, creamier alternative to chicken eggs.
Housed in one of the town’s historic buildings, the brewery’s “nice” beers use traditional recipes, while its “naughty” beers feature nontraditional ingredients.
Here, you’ll find everything from fresh produce to local meats and fermented foods to baked goods.
Think beet hummus, roasted sweet potatoes and apple cider vinegar cabbage and carrot slaw drizzled with chipotle crema and wrapped in housemade white corn tortillas.
Farmer and owner Erica Parker discusses everything from the farm’s roots to its current expansion.
From cilantro to sunflower, microgreens add flavor, texture, a splash of color and nutrients to different dishes.
Owner Kelli Stephens explains why the grass-fed A2A2 milk won’t hurt your stomach.
Learn how you can use them in your cooking.
Tucked inside Little Shop of Comics, Audrey’s Eatery serves food with names to match the setting – think The Flash (a double-decker grilled cheese) and four different pizzas for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
The 24 taps feature brews from 4 By 4 Brewing Co., 4 Hands Brewing Co., Mother’s Brewing Co., Public House Brewing Co. and more.
Specialties include an old English brown ale and a vanilla cream ale.
Set to open at the end of May, the restaurant will serve only french fries – but with plenty of customizable toppings.
The café serves a menu of breakfast and lunch favorites, plus coffee from Kansas City's Messenger Coffee Co.
The family-owned and -operated café and mobile cart serves specialty drinks such as pour overs, tea lattes, infused Red Bull and Italian sodas.
One of its specialties is a shakerato with three shots of espresso and your flavor of choice.
The city’s first stand-alone brewery offers more adventurous brews that aren’t readily available in the area.
Schlafly will work with the city of Highland to renovate a 71-year-old building for the concept.
Chef Lee Gustin is excited to share his fresh, chef-driven menu with the community.
Enjoy breakfast or lunch – think sourdough French toast and street tacos – and a free cup of coffee at the bustling eatery.
The family-owned coffee shop and roaster is located in an old hat factory.
Street Fest at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri, is a culinary adventure, and the Tasting Passport is the best way to explore all of the new flavors at the park. For $30, visitors can choose five different menu items to sample during the festival, which continues through May 2.
The fresh, seasonal dishes and drinks feature cool cucumbers, sweet-meets-tart tomatoes, creamy local goat cheese, delectable deviled eggs and more.
The restaurant offers St. Louis-, New York- and Chicago-style pizzas to its customers.
Its pints are also available at grocery stores and shops across the state.
The tearoom serves up sandwiches, soups and pastries, and is also available to rent for private events.
The restaurant is a favorite of soldiers stationed at nearby Fort Leonard Wood.
For its beer-battered fried fish, NaCl + H2O uses a classic white-fleshed cod.
The winner of the new competition will represent the United States in the prestigious Best Sommelier of the World global competition.