Fabulous Food Finds in Hannibal

It’s a fact.  We eat more when it’s cold outside.  Even WebMD says we eat more during the winter.  Why spend time fighting that urge?  Why not EMBRACE it with some memorable meals and treats?  Make those few pounds you gain into a fantastic story of fabulous food finds from Hannibal, Mo.  We’ll help with some ideas below….and try not to drool on your keyboard.

Chocolaterie Stam
Decadent chocolates from Chocolaterie Stam.

Chocolaterie Stam – with over 55 types of gourmet chocolates AND homemade gelato, you can’t go wrong with this Historic Downtown Hannibal staple!

Homemade cinnamon rolls from Java Jive.
Homemade cinnamon rolls from Java Jive.

Java Jive – not only does Java Jive serve awesome coffee, they have homemade treats to die for!  Every Friday is homemade cinnamon roll day.  You have to get there early to get one!


Chicken Potpie from Becky Thatcher 3rd St. Diner.
Chicken pot pie from Becky Thatcher 3rd St. Diner.

Craving something nice and warm?  How about a classic that probably looks a bit classier than the fav you’re used to – chicken pot pie from Becky Thatcher 3rd St. Diner!  Check out their Facebook page for their daily special!

For that special dinner, check out LaBinnah Bistro; an intimate European-style bistro in a historic home on Millionaire’s Row.  The Mediterranean fusion is unique and the atmosphere is relaxed – what more could you want?

A foot of onion rings from Mark Twain Dinette.
A foot of onion rings from Mark Twain Dinette.

Nothing says comfort like some good-ol’ onion rings!  How about a foot of them at the Mark Twain Dinette?  That’s right, 12 inches of stacked, onion-y goodness.

Hopefully now you are looking forward to the winter – at least you know where to soothe those savage munchies.

Written by Megan Rapp from the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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