Dining and Drinking

Grab Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch in Branson and Springfield

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Breakfast. You’ve probably heard it said that it’s the most important meal of the day. What about lunch? Don’t you need that all important mid-day break to clear your mind after several hours slogging away at your job? Isn’t mid-day fuel vital to finishing the work day and making sure you’re fully primed for a night of vacation fun? And …

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Grab Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch in Columbia

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Breakfast. You’ve probably heard it said that it’s the most important meal of the day. What about lunch? Don’t you need that all important mid-day break to clear your mind after several hours slogging away at your job? Isn’t mid-day fuel vital to finishing the work day and making sure you’re fully primed for a night of vacation fun? And …

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Grab Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch in St. Louis

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Breakfast. You’ve probably heard it said that it’s the most important meal of the day. What about lunch? Don’t you need that all important mid-day break to clear your mind after several hours slogging away at your job? Isn’t mid-day fuel vital to finishing the work day and making sure you’re fully primed for a night of vacation fun? And …

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Grab Breakfast, Brunch or Lunch in Kansas City

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Breakfast. You’ve probably heard it said that it’s the most important meal of the day. What about lunch? Don’t you need that all important mid-day break to clear your mind after several hours slogging away at your job? Isn’t mid-day fuel vital to finishing the work day and making sure you’re fully primed for a night of vacation fun? And …

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Missouri Eats: Farm to You Market

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Fifth-generation pig farmer Todd Geisert and his wife, Katie, opened Farm to You Market in April in Washington, Missouri, as a place for locals to pick up groceries, all sourced from within 200 miles. Shelves are filled with fresh fruits and veggies, milk, freshly baked bread from Companion Baking Co. and Great Harvest Bread Co., cheese (try Homestead Creamery’s smokehouse …

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Missouri Eats: KC Wineworks

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On April 1, urban winery KC Wineworks opened its 5,500-square-foot tasting room, event space and production facility in Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District. The tasting room’s gear-shaped cherry-wood bar was custom-built to allow people to congregate around it without feeling crowded. Here, you can try five 1-ounce wine pours for $7, or purchase anything by the glass or bottle to …

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Missouri Eats: Mark Twain Brewing Company

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Across the street from Samuel Clemens’ childhood home in Hannibal, Missouri, is the aptly named Mark Twain Brewing Co. Husband-and wife brewers Dave Alley and Cat Golden quit their jobs in Tennessee to apprentice with Maryland Heights-based O’Fallon Brewery, and eventually landed the brewing gig at Mark Twain. They produce five brews year-round, plus a handful of seasonals and special …

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Find Adventure on a Missouri Wine Trail

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Missouri has more than 130 wineries and many of them have grouped together in their areas to form ten unique wine trails. Each wine trail has something different to offer visitors. Find the best one for you or check out all of them. Pre-planned wine adventures… yes, please! Aux Arcs Wine Road wineries are positioned on the Aux Arcs Wine Road, …

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Come for the Baseball Stay for the Wine

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Missouri baseball fans are some of the best in the world. As you’re planning your next trip to the ballpark, whether you’re headed to Kaufman or Busch Stadium, include a Missouri winery or two on your itinerary. Wineries near St. Louis: The Augusta/Defiance area just southwest of St Louis: Augusta Winery Blumenhof Vineyards & Winery Chandler Hill Vineyards Montelle Winery …

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Missouri Eats: Boundary

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Executive chef Rex Hale and the team at The Cheshire inn have transformed its former fine-dining spot, The Restaurant at The Cheshire, into Boundary. The name references its location, which is technically in the City of St. Louis, but the hotel property crosses into the county and is bordered by Clayton across the street and Richmond Heights once you step …

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