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Missouri Eats: The FourWay

The FourWay was built as a filling station along Route 66 in 1932; the Wallis family bought it in 1968 and operated it as a Mobil gas station. In 2015, they decided to restore the building and open a restaurant serving classic American food with a Mediterranean influence. Appetizers include fries topped with crumbled Feta, tzatziki and housemade hot sauce, …

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Missouri Eats: Yolklore

On July 31, fast-casual breakfast and brunch spot Yolklore opened in Crestwood, Missouri. The chef-driven concept was developed by John and Mary Bogacki and Billy Oziransky, a trio of chefs with a wealth of experience ranging from leadership roles in hotels and corporate management to chef instructing. Yolklore’s opening menu features 11 savory and sweet breakfast items. Choose from entrées …

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5 Great Spots to See Fall Foliage in Columbia

Not only does autumn mean the return of great fall festivals and Mizzou football, Columbia also becomes a beautiful place to watch the colors change. Grab your camera and check out these CoMo spots this fall: Gans Creek Wild Area Rock Bridge Memorial State Park is always a beautiful park to explore but for finding fall foliage, we suggest specifically …

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Discover Historic Missouri Wine Country in St. Charles County

A Wine Country Getaway is Closer Than You Think! Go Glamping! Klondike Park in Augusta has 250 acres of scenic property. Once the site of an old silica sand quarry, the area has been preserved and turned into beautiful parkland with unique lookout bluffs that provide picturesque views of the Missouri River Valley, as well as the historic Katy Trail. …

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Missouri Eats: Farmtruk

One of St. Louis’ newest food trucks is taking farm-to-table fare on the road. The aptly named Farmtruk comes from longtime Annie Gunn’s sous chef Samantha Mitchell. Farmtruk draws on a few ideas from the venerable restaurant in Chesterfield, Missouri, including local, seasonal sourcing and snoot-to-tail butchery. Standouts include the Griddle Burger, with Piedmontese beef, house-cured Swabian Hall bacon from …

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Enjoy Fall Events in Kirksville

In Kirksville, October means more than pumpkins and mums at Farmer’s Market.  October in Kirksville is a time for the FLATS Trail Half Marathon, the Scottish Highland games and the Midwest Antique Fest. If you love kilts and plaids and amazing feats of strength, the Scottish Highland Games is the place to be in Kirksville on Saturday, Oct. 8. From …

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Missouri Eats: Southwest Diner

There’s usually a wait at Southwest Diner on the weekends, with a line snaking out the door, but have some patience, and you won’t regret it. Inside, patrons love the diner’s breakfast fare with a Southwestern twist: The Southwest Slinger comes with two ¼-ounce burger patties, home fries and melted longhorn cheese topped with two eggs and green or red …

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Tour Missouri’s Innovative History While Biking Hwy 36

When you think of innovators and innovations from Missouri, some that might come to mind include Walt Disney, Mark Twain, retailer JC Penney, World War I Gen. John “Blackjack” Pershing, outlaw Jesse James, The Pony Express, the invention of sliced bread, and Dr. A.T. Still. These people and events all have ties and connections to northern Missouri, and the Highway 36 …

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Missouri Eats: Succotash

Beth Barden knows how to make people happy. Her eclectic restaurant, Succotash, near the Hospital Hill neighborhood not only fits in with the artistic feel of the community, but the menu also truly offers something for everyone. House cold-pressed juices including the Best Limeade, a blend of lime, apple, pineapple and cucumber spiced with a hint of ginger, or the …

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10 Fall Festivities in Missouri’s State Capital

After months of sizzling temperatures we happily welcome the brisk chill in the air, leaves changing color and the scent of all things pumpkin – all exciting signs of the fun activities fall brings. Whether cozying up for a hayride, admiring fall foliage or attending a festival, you’ll find lots of exciting fall festivities in Jefferson City! Here are the …

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