Antiquing in Missouri: Ozark

Just south of Missouri’s third-largest city, folks in Ozark welcome visitors from all over the country who stop to see the sights and to enjoy a big meal at Lambert’s Café II.

Known for its comfort food and flying rolls, rare is the occasion when Lambert’s isn’t full of hungry travelers ready for a healthy dose of comfort food.

Those who spend more than meal time in Ozark also know it’s a great destination for antique shopping.

From vintage signs to home décor, antique shops in Ozark have a wide variety of items for shoppers to consider.

Feathered Nest in Springfield.

Among the antique shops in Ozark are:

From Ozark, it’s a short drive to Springfield, which boasts a variety of antique stores, including Mikes Unique Collectable and Antique Flea Market and Ozarks Treasures.

Elsewhere around Ozark, take time to tour the Smallin Civil War Cave, to sample cheeses and Missouri wines at Heather Hill Farms and browse the shops of Hopedale Plaza.

Ozark also has plenty of dining options, including Maru Sushi and Grill, while nearby Springfield has a treasure trove of selections, including Aviary Café and Creperie, Metropolitan Grill and Café Cusco. VisitMO on Pinterest Missouri Travel Guide

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