A. Arris’ Pizza — Jefferson City
Arris' serves Greek-style pizza, using house-made dough to form a thin crust, smeared with private recipe sauce, loaded with meats and veggies (more than 30 choices, with hundreds of combinations); then it is topped with sliced cheese. In addition to Greek pizza, Greek specialties, Italian foods, panini, salads and sandwiches are served, and a lunch buffet is available Monday-Friday.
B. Jefferson Landing State Historic Site
This site is comprised of buildings dating to the mid-1800s, when the landing was the area's center of river trade.The Lohman Building offers exhibits and a film; The Union Hotel contains the Elizabeth Rozier Gallery, which features rotating exhibits.
C. Missouri State Capitol
The Capitol, completed in 1918, covers three acres in downtown Jefferson City.The structure is notable for its architectural features, including: eight 48-foot columns on the south portico; six 40-foot columns on the north side; a 30-foot-wide grand stairway; and 13-foot by 18-foot bronze doors on the south side. Tours available.