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Missouri Coffee Roasters: Parengo Coffee in Sikeston

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Colby Williams, owner and roaster at Parengo Coffee, is a jack of all trades in the Sikeston area. Not only does he roast the regions best coffee, but is he also key player in the community. At the roasterie and café, customers are able to “pay-it-forward” by purchasing a specific or general cup of coffee for a local townsperson in …

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Missouri Coffee Roasters: The Roasterie in Kansas City

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For your morning roast or afternoon pick-me up, stop by The Roasterie Air Roasted Coffee in Kansas City for the perfect brew. The Roasterie displays a DC-3 airplane that flies above the KC skyline. The DC-3 symbolizes the exploration of the world’s best coffee beans, the air-roasting process and the history of aviation in Kansas City. The Roasterie offers apparel, …

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Missouri Eats: Kate’s Coffee

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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: Thou Mayest Coffee Roasters

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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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Missouri Eats: Scotch & Soda

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Lodged between a dueling piano bar and a cozy Italian restaurant in Springfield, Missouri, you’ll find Scotch & Soda, where patrons are sent back in time to an age when a vodka-cranberry was known as a Cape Codder. Inside, the walls drip with vintage elegance. The massive back bar swallows one whole wall, and the dark stained-wood shelving gleams in …

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Enjoy the Best View at Baxter’s Lakeside Grille

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Located on the Lake of the Ozarks, one of the Midwest’s most popular vacation destinations, Baxter’s Lakeside Grille announced today that it has been named a winner of OpenTable Diners’ Choice Awards for the Top 100 Scenic View Restaurants in America. The list of winners is derived from more than five million reviews submitted by OpenTable diners for more than …

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Best of Show: Locally Owned Restaurants in Columbia

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The restaurant scene in Columbia is as big and bold as the flavors of the local cuisine. With many locally owned restaurants, Columbia residents have plenty of options to choose from to satisfy their eager taste buds. In this post, I’ll be awarding my “best of the best,” chosen from among several popular restaurants in Columbia and telling you what …

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Eats for Everyone at Lake of the Ozarks

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The Lake of the Ozarks is definitely one of the best summer destinations in Missouri. You could spend every minute on the Lake if you wanted to. But if you don’t, the Lake Area offers tons of other things to do, from golf to shopping to massive mini-golf complexes. Check out a sample four-day trip idea at the Lake of …

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Show-Me Five: Restaurants in Missouri to Stuff My Face

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You know what’s best about some restaurants in Missouri? They really let you stuff your face. They don’t skimp on the quality either; big plates serve bigger portions of food your eyes wish they could taste. Sorry, eyes, these tasty goodies are mouth and tummy only. No worries though. The next time you’re looking to curb your hunger, any one …

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