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.
For the past 12 years, hungry diners have flocked here for the first-rate bulgogi and noodle soups.
This luxurious treat features one scoop of vanilla ice cream, one scoop of Zanzibar chocolate ice cream, hot fudge sauce, raspberry sauce and brownie pieces topped with whipped cream and cherry.
The Main Street bake shop is open for breakfast and lunch.
The pork chop is seasoned, grilled and then served with a housemade bourbon glaze and topped with apples.
You’ll never guess what she used to eat at her grandma’s.
This weekend, break out of the city and dine somewhere new.
The local restaurant quickly stepped up to fill a void in the community.
Chef Greg Atkinson will wrap any delicious flavor combination – from shrimp gumbo to a Big Mac – in a tortilla.
The menu will feature dishes like birria tacos and Nashville hot chicken sandwiches.
A stone’s throw from the riverfront, Spanish Street in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, runs parallel to Main Street, but it often goes unnoticed by visitors. However, behind the unassuming façades that line the city blocks, a growing, thriving collection of homegrown creators is hard at work.
The city’s pioneer microbrewery offers seven beers on tap, wood-fired pizzas and more just two blocks from the old Missouri State Penitentiary.
The coffee shop is an oasis for coffee-lovers in southeastern Missouri.
Stop by for a light lunch at the market or enjoy a fine-dining experience at the bistro – you won’t be disappointed by any of the options here.
The gastropub is a local favorite for stylish American dining.
The new venture comes from chef Damien Tiregol of Crabby’s Seafood Bar & Grill.
Fans of IPAs, keep an eye out for the release of a new brew named after the reigning bare knuckle fighting champion and Ozarks-native, the Hillbilly Hammer.
Owner Dana Peterson possesses a deep passion for smoked meats, competing on the barbecue circuit for 20 years before launching the barbecue brand.
The filet is available in three different sizes with an array of add-ons.
From soups and sandwiches to coffee and cake, this local eatery has delicious options for every meal of the day.
The Buffalo Meet Chick'n takes a classic spicy chicken sandwich and makes it completely plant-based.
Southwest Missouri diners rejoice! Soon you’ll always know where to get your street taco fix.
Pulled pork gets piled on Texas toast with gravy and mashed potatoes for this dish.
The farm works with Wildwise Botanicals to include produce, herbal remedies and recipes in its farm boxes.
Named after chef-owner Jodie Ferguson's grandmother, the menu features Texas specialties like breakfast tacos and Frito pie.
Call your favorite bottle shop to find out if they'll carry any of Scratch's beer.
They're known for their crunchy ridges and a distinctive sweet heat.
Don't Touch the Baby gets its signature kick from habaneros.
This seafood boil will transport you to a breezy ocean-side shack.
The creamery is dubbing the 10th annual fest as "The One Where We Stayed in The Car."
The nonprofit aims to preserve the history of American tea rooms while supporting local causes.
Chickpea, buckwheat and sunflower seed flours are all great alternatives to your typical flour for all sorts of recipes.
The fried chicken at this old school jaunt is a fan favorite.
Missouri has not yet ordered restaurants to close to dine-in customers, but some are closing preemptively.
Try the "chicken" sandwich with coconut cheese and vegan ranch or loaded nachos smothered in quinoa taco "meat."
The restaurant serves everything from flatbread pizzas to burgers to pasta.
Martin Rice Co. specializes in the long-grain sticky aromatic rice, which is traditionally imported from Thailand.
The shop also offers housemade soups.
Owner Bonnie Hanson creates flavors like maple-bacon, cinnamon-almond, pumpkin spice and peanut with jalapeño.
Known for its tender steaks and flavorful seafood dishes, the restaurant’s menu focuses on local ingredients and organic produce.