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Missouri Eats: The Coffee Ethic

For a great cup of coffee and one of the best people-watching spots in Springfield, Missouri, it’s hard to do better than The Coffee Ethic. With a prime location along the bustling Downtown square and a bright interior that attracts more of a business crowd than chattering college students, this coffee shop has long been a local favorite. The limited …

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Missouri Eats: Kate’s Coffee

Just a few minutes from the Katy Trail, in the heart of the lush Augusta, Missouri, wine region, sits Kate’s Coffee. The coffee shop and café is located inside a cozy home built in 1905 and is one of several retail shops on the grounds of Oaks Crossing, a conference and event center owned by Randal and Marjorie Oaks. The …

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Missouri Eats: The Standard Pour

David Sederholm makes his living managing the financial portfolios of others by day and is enjoying being hands-on with his own investment at night as the owner of The Standard Pour, a new watering hole located in Kansas City’s West Plaza. The neighborhood gastropub opened this summer in the former Boozefish Wine Bar location on Westport Road. The space has …

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Missouri Eats: Thou Mayest Coffee Roasters

Delightfully quirky and intimately thoughtful, Thou Mayest Coffee Roasters combines two excellent things: coffee service and cocktails. The vision for Thou Mayest came from friends and co-founders Bo Nelson and Bill Holzhueter, who first began roasting green coffee beans for fun. “Like all good things, it started in the garage, as a hobby,” Nelson says. They first launched their coffee-roasting …

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A Mental Coffee Break in Hannibal

Mmmmm… the wonderful smell that wakes you up in the morning.  That pick-me up when the-mid afternoon slump hits.  What would we do without coffee? Hannibal is very lucky to have Java Jive – the First Coffee Shop West of the Mississippi. (No, really – it’s one block from the Mississippi.  They dare you to find a coffee shop closer.) …

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Missouri Eats: Drinks at Publico

  One of the most anticipated restaurant openings of 2015 in St. Louis was Mike Randolph’s Latin American-inspired Público in the Delmar Loop. The bar’s friendly and knowledgeable staff serves well-crafted, balanced cocktails and an interesting wine list. Start off with a frozen Paloma made with blanco tequila and frozen housemade grapefruit soda; it’s sort of like a light and …

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Book Showcases Missouri’s Flavors

Like food? Well, who doesn’t? Fond of wine and beer? Sure. Then you are sure to enjoy “Savor Missouri: River Hill Country Food and Wine,” compiled and written by Nina Furstenau. This coffee-table-style, full color book is a treasure of culinary delights. Travel the roads along the Missouri, Meramec and Mississippi rivers to discover tasty food, award-winning wine, hand-crafted beer, …

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MO Football

As the leaves begin to change color and the temperature gets cooler, one thing comes to mind: Football season is here.  And when I say football, I don’t mean soccer, I’m talking about real American football with helmets, tackling and touchdowns. From recreational to professional levels, football brings both unity and competition for Missourians. Throughout Missouri, the sport of football …

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