The restaurant offers St. Louis-, New York- and Chicago-style pizzas to its customers.
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The indulgent dish starts with the restaurant's from-scratch pepper Jack mac topped with smoked in-house pulled chicken, barbecue sauce and french fried onions.
Its pints are also available at grocery stores and shops across the state.
The pulled pork sandwich combines what D. Rowe's does best: barbecue and sandwiches.
This summer, the popular food truck will launch a brick-and-mortar concept with the same buttery biscuit sandwiches served alongside new dishes and drinks.
Now called the Boonville Sale Barn Cafe, this is where Spencer created the cheeseburger that Columbia diners know and love.
Look for Korean-style pancakes, kimchi jjigae and more.
The self-taught chef fuses Asian flavor, French technique and American comfort foods to create the menus at her Columbia, Missouri, restaurants.
The Certified Beer Server shares his favorite food and beer pairings in town, suggests how you can improve your wine knowledge at home and more.
Swai – a white-fleshed fish with a neutral flavor – is lightly battered, deep fried and then seasoned.
The newest addition to the mid-Missouri restaurant scene offers equally astounding food and drinks in a whimsical setting.
This weekend, break out of the city and dine somewhere new.
Students who get to enjoy Weir's lunch program learn about where their food comes from and about dishes from different cultures.
The Social Room was previously known for its funky speakeasy vibe.
For 15 years, the restaurant served some of the best fried catfish and fried chicken in Columbia, Missouri.
Chef Greg Atkinson will wrap any delicious flavor combination – from shrimp gumbo to a Big Mac – in a tortilla.
The city’s pioneer microbrewery offers seven beers on tap, wood-fired pizzas and more just two blocks from the old Missouri State Penitentiary.
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 ghost kitchen from Coley's American Bistro offers a bevy of sandwiches with the star being crispy, hand-breaded chicken tenderloin.
Set to open in a few weeks, the new space will offer its signature small-batch light roasts alongside from-scratch baked goods and deliciously light fare.
The gastropub is a local favorite for stylish American dining.
Look for Italian beef, hot dogs, chicken wings and more.
From blood orange-caramel to coconut-milk chocolate to dark chocolate with macadamia and Hawaiian sea salt, there’s something for everyone.
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.
If you’re not in the mood for a burrito, owner Maribel Torres also serves up chilaquiles, tacos, sope and more with a smile.
The BL Double-T features thick-cut bacon, field greens, tomatoes and tomato aïoli on wheatberry toast.
This new breakfast and lunch spot will offer twists on comforting deli classics.
Pulled pork gets piled on Texas toast with gravy and mashed potatoes for this dish.
While the industry-specific relief of the RESTAURANTS Act was not included, Congress did not forget restaurants entirely.
Fulton Café takes a classic café menu and adds Cuban dishes with big flavors.
Look for fried wings, chicken and waffles and rib sandwiches.
The dish starts with a 12-ounce pork chop from Patchwork Family Farms.
It's simmered with butter beans for a rich dish served over either white rice or traditional red beans and rice.
Offerings range from the Brunchy Bird with Brie, sliced apple and honey to the spicy barbecue sandwich topped with pickled jalapeños, honey chipotle and creamy garlic slaw.
The eponymous burger starts with eight ounces of black Angus beef.
The downtown community improvement district will purchase $500 in gift cards from several downtown businesses.
This burger doesn't need any frills to be delicious.
Drop them in a steaming cup of hot chocolate or toast them over a crackling campfire.
He owns the popular restaurant, which has locations in Jefferson City and Columbia, with Collin Russell.
This dish is served in a pumpkin brown-butter sauce with roasted mushrooms, aged balsamic and fried sage.
This sandwich balances crispy cornmeal-encrusted catfish with a soft, flaky biscuit.
Lather a warm biscuit with it, stir it into yogurt, toss it into a vinaigrette or pour it over ice cream.
Platters include a mix of fried catfish, fried chicken and fried shrimp.
Chef-owner Katy Ugalde serves Cuban dishes that have been passed down in her family for generations.
Grab a scoop before the weather gets cold.
You don't need an excuse for a taco dinner.
Goldie's Bagels is bringing bagels to Pizza Tree.
The store has been dishing out sweet treats since 1974.
Pair tacos with a paleta or scoop of ice cream for a well-rounded meal.
These stir-fried glass noodles make for a great lunch or dinner.
The restaurant specializes in Thai and Burmese fare.
Starting Aug. 28, they must close by 10pm each night.
Who said appetizers can't be good enough for the whole meal?
The deli also offers take-home dinner entrees.
The restaurant attracts locals and out-of-towners alike for its fresh, unique food.
This spring, the popular winery released new lightly carbonated wine coolers.
Smothered in cheese and other toppings, they're like nachos, but better.
Meadowlark Farm's rotational grazing methods and other sustainable practices support the local food system and produce a difference you can taste in the final product.
Tom, Martha and Ben Blatchford discuss cows, cheese and B&Bs on their farm in Owensville, Missouri.
Whatever your pickle preference, there’s a variety here for you.
Build the sandwich you are craving and enjoy a little spurt of energy.
This combo will give you the best of both worlds: fried chicken and fish.
The intimate restaurant is making some major changes in response to COVID-19.
Try a classic pub burger, or go for something more creative if you aren't afraid to get messy.
The restaurant is continuing to offer curbside pickup and delivery.
The market is still open in a limited capacity.
Treat yourself to a little surf and turf tonight.
This lunch will leave you happy and full.
It's loaded with six types of meat.
This pulled pork is smoked to perfection and piled high on a sweet jalapeño bun.
This farm-to-table burger will satisfy your lunch or dinner craving.
The restaurant might have a new location, but not much else has changed, including the steakhouse classics.
Alongside pizza, look for meatballs, toasted ravioli and more.
This hometown hit still serves up a mean burger.
The historic tavern is recovering from a fire, but it will come back fresh and ready to continue serving customers.
Owner Scott Cleeton has made it his priority to offer his customers more than just a pretty plate.
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, several businesses have closed their doors until further notice.
Enjoy some cheesy goodness from a Columbia classic at a fraction of the cost.
Maria Beyer opened the restaurant of her dreams, serving ropa vieja, Cuban sandwiches and more.