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We serve sandwiches such as Reubens, turkey clubs and French dips. We offer more than 50 flavors of cappuccinos. Our breakfast items include omelets, biscuits and gravy, burritos and scramblers. For an afternoon treat, enjoy an old fashioned ice cream soda or your favorite flavor of shake or smoothie.
We are located on the northwest corner of the square in the old Bank of Carthage building. Our ‘50s decor affords route 66 travelers a relaxing stop.
Hunan, Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine with an American touch featured on lunch and supper buffets. We use 100 percent vegetable oil; no MSG.
A varied menu prepared using fresh ingredients, featuring their own special Chicken Salad Sandwiches, along with many other sandwiches, salad, daily specials, and mouth-watering desserts.
The Dexter Queen uses a state-of-the-art smoker, capable of barbecuing more than 500 pounds of pork shoulder at a time.
There is seating for 60.
Open since 1952, the restaurant, home of the original Pig Basket, routinely serves lunch and dinner to more than 2,000 people a week. Their motto is: Where Quality is Tradition and Happiness is a BBQ and Malt.
Although our menu includes many choices, we specialize in quality steaks.
A standard Mexican restaurant.
Authentic Mexican Restaurant. Daily specials.
Home-style buffet with fried green tomatoes, farm-raised catfish, fried chicken and chicken livers, along with a variety of vegetables, a salad bar and a dessert bar.
The full menu includes premium steaks and seafood.
Barbecued ribs, cooked the old-fashioned way: outdoors on open, brick-walled pits, with a hickory-wood fire.
A blend of special spices and slow, wood cooking results in the original Hickory Log ribs that are known throughout the Midwest. There is a full-line menu.
The J. Huston Tavern has been serving meals to travelers along the Santa Fe Trail since 1834. The brick tavern maintains the flavor of the 1850s, including the original wood floors in the lobby. The tavern is the oldest continuously-serving restaurant west of the Mississippi River.
The tavern features an old-fashioned ice cream parlor in The Tap Room, which served as the town mercantile for many years. The three dining rooms serve hearty country fare. The menu features family-style fried chicken, glazed ham, and other traditional dishes. Voted the "Best Fried Chicken in the State," by Rural Missouri magazine readers in 2011. A rotating lunch menu includes soups, sandwiches, salads and, always, fried chicken. Picnic food items, including fried chicken, are available for carry-out.
During the Lyceum Theatre season (April-December), we are open Wednesdays and Fridays, 5 p.m.-7 p.m., if there is a performance scheduled. Please call for reservations.
Standard Chinese food.
A 1950s-style diner, complete with counter, open grill and juke box. The sleek, silver diner is decorated with nostalgic memorabilia and feature standard American cuisine: including hamburgers, meatloaf, old-fashioned sundaes, milkshakes, and malts — all made from scratch.
Breakfast served 24 hours. Cinnamon rolls made fresh, on-site.
We serve seasonal French fare in the classic tradition; cocktails and local wines. The menu, which changes often, is posted on the website.
Located in the Inn St. Gemme Beauvais, the oldest continuously operated Bed and Breakfast in Missouri. The building was constructed in 1848 as a private residence.
This eatery serves appetizers, salads, home-style burgers and catfish.
Adjacent to Dexter Inn.
We serve house-made pies and pastries; made-from-scratch quiche; and a variety of salads, sandwiches, and soups. We have an extensive espresso, coffee and tea menu.
Located downtown, in the old Fire Department building (Station 2) at the corner of Main Street and Merchant Street.
Open daily at 11 a.m., Stone Canyon Pizza Company is a great place for a quick lunch, social/work gathering or just an enjoyable evening. Please contact us for information on daily specials, to place your carry out order or to discuss group accommodations – available Sunday through Thursday. Private dining is available for parties up to 32 people; contact us for details. We also provide catering for corporate events. For information, general questions and comments contact the Manager on duty.
Our deli occupies a building that has been a Jefferson City landmark since 1915. Enjoy a comfortable atmosphere.
Fax and phone orders taken before 10:30 a.m. and after 1:15 p.m.
Stone Hill Winery's circa 1847 carriage house and horse barn were converted into a restaurant. Great care was taken to maintain as much of the original decor as possible and to preserve the original ironwork and woodwork. Guests might be seated in booths which were once horse stalls, next to the original feed troughs and hay chutes—don't worry, everything is very clean.
We serve German specialties, steaks, American dishes and Stone Hill wines. Located at Stone Hill Winery. Reservations highly recommended.
The Westphalia Inn has been a tradition in Osage county since 1930. Originally a hotel and restaurant, it is no longer used as a hotel. The restaurant features pan-fried chicken, Burgers country ham and German pot roast, served family style or plated, along with green beans, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw and fresh baked bread with honey butter, apple butter and strawberry jelly.
The Norton Room, on the top floor, showcases the Westphalia Vineyards award-winning wines; it includes a gift shop. You are invited to unwind, enjoy the scenery from our deck and sample our wines. The Westphalia Inn and the Norton Room are open for appetizers, dinner and drinks. Member of the Missouri River Wine Trail. Located 14 miles east of Jefferson City, on Route 63.
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