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This quaint restaurant at the Dexter Municipal Airport serves breakfast, plate lunches, hamburgers and homemade pie.
A steakhouse with a full menu; daily lunch and dinner buffet. Breakfast buffet available Fri.-Sun.
There are three murals painted on buildings pertaining to Bernie history. The murals are all visible from the intersection of Route 25 and Route U.
Depicts scenes from Bloomfield's early history. One of the murals is located on the corner of North Prairie and West Seneca streets; the other is located on the corner North Prairie and West Missouri streets.
The Bootheel Youth Museum offers exciting, inventive and educational fun for children. Stand inside a bubble; "freeze" your shadow on a wall; write a check at the bank; make music on sewer pipes – these are just a few of the experiences kids enjoy here.
Visitors experienced the museum's many exhibits, exploring the worlds of math, science, human relations, natural resources and the arts. “This Island Mars” features more than 20 interactive exhibits and an innovative visit to the Red Planet.
Visit the construction zone, which encourages creative building skills. There are fun activities for the child in all of us.
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.
Dry-rub style barbecue, specializing in ribs. Other items include pork steaks, pulled pork sandwiches, beef brisket and smoked turkey. On Wednesday, barbecue chicken is on the menu. Drive-thru and call-ahead available. Catering asnd limited delivery available.
Meats are slow smoked (briskets up to 15 hours) in wood-burning barbecue pits.
Also located in Sikeston and Cape Girardeau.
We have a restaurant on-site and feature other amenities such as Wi-Fi access and an outdoor pool.
The murals, located at the corner of West Stoddard and Mulberry Street, depict homes built from 1890 to 1910. The homes, located on Walnut Street, are still occupied.
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.
The Dexter Welcome Center Depot/Museum was built in 1933. It has recently been restored. Inside, you'll find information on the history of the railroad and displays pertaining to Dexter and its people. We are closed on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Although our menu includes many choices, we specialize in quality steaks.
This area contains 2,400 acres of wetlands, plus forests and some cropland. This is a waterfowl hunting area, established in conjunction with Mingo National Wildlife Refuge.
Facilities include: four boat ramps,; boat rentals; a boat dock; primitive camping; six fishing jetties; and an 1,800-acre lake. The main entrance is nine miles north of Puxico, on Route 51.
Standerd Econo Lodge. We offer a variety of on-site and in-room amenities for our guests.
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.
During the War Between the States, this spring served as a natural gathering place for soldiers. The spring was an ideal place for military units to camp and recruit. In July 1861, 2,000 soldiers from 15 Southeast Missouri counties met to organize as the First Division, Missouri State Guard-the pro-Confederate state militia. The soldiers of the First Division fought throughout Southeast Missouri during 1861 and are remembered in history as the "Swamp Fox Brigade."
Ground-level rooms with front-door parking. Amenities include an outdoor pool and fitness center. Conveniently located off Route 60.
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.
Hidden Trails Country Club is an 18-hole USGA golf course for youth and adults. Non-members may play for a fee; cart rental is available. Open March-October. Closed Mondays.
This area is east of Bloomfield on Route E, then two miles south on County Road 517. This area is mostly forest (770 acres total), but also has 20 wildlife food plots (30 acres total), five native warm-season grass fields (60 acres total) and 101 acres of old fields. Facilities/features include: an archery range, camping, a pavilion, Holly Ridge, and Beech Springs natural areas (sand forests with acid seeps and springs).
The Keller Veteran Memorial has names of military veterans from Dexter who gave their lives from World War I onward.
The memorial is located at the Keller Public Library.
Rooms include a recliner. Guests are welcome to a free breakfast next door at Penny's Diner.
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