As temps cool down around St. Louis, it's time for a favorite fall activity: apple picking. These farms offer multiple varieties of apples, hayrides, cider doughnuts and more fun for the whole family.
This popular café has been serving the community for decades.
Customers come to the shop for its cold brew and creative avocado toasts.
When it comes to Midwestern barbecue, your mind may immediately go to St. Louis or Kansas City, but over the past few years, southern Illinois barbecue has taken the region by storm. The methods here incorporate both Kansas City and St. Louis styles, and by using a variety of cuts and fresh …
The concept will focus on wood-fired, Neapolitan-style pizzas.
The Springfield classic, comprised of bread, meat, cheese sauce and french fries, is still served all across the city – but in many different versions.
The crispy dipping tacos on the new winter menu feature refried black beans, seasoned rice and creamy avocado dipping sauce.
When a mechanical engineer started roasting coffee at home, she and a friend decided to share their love of the drink with their community.
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.
Housed in one of the town’s historic buildings, the brewery’s “nice” beers use traditional recipes, while its “naughty” beers feature nontraditional ingredients.
For the past 12 years, hungry diners have flocked here for the first-rate bulgogi and noodle soups.
The Main Street bake shop is open for breakfast and lunch.
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.
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."
Chickpea, buckwheat and sunflower seed flours are all great alternatives to your typical flour for all sorts of recipes.
Missouri has not yet ordered restaurants to close to dine-in customers, but some are closing preemptively.
Chris and Elizabeth Thele use beer brewing equipment to make their unique cold coffees.
Known for its tender steaks and flavorful seafood dishes, the restaurant’s menu focuses on local ingredients and organic produce.
All three are home bakers with their own blogs showcasing their creations.
The two concepts will be side-by-side and play off of each other's styles.
The brewery invites homebrewers to brew their own recipes and serve them on tap.
Ben Grupe and Nate Hereford will create the dinner on Dave Stine's farm in Dow, Illinois.
Husband-and-wife team Chris and Elizabeth Thele rely on techniques traditionally used to make beer.
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