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Cyclextreme’s team introduces Columbia-area clients to a robust cycling culture through a full-service bike shop and rental service. With their own helmets in hand, customers will arrive to pick out a manual two-wheeler for an extended jaunt around the city or into the surrounding fields, frequently criss-crossed by wild pelotons. Riders may take up one of Cyclextreme’s suggested street loops, which vary in length from 20.5 miles to 40 miles and roam over a mixed topographical bag of hills and flat stretches. If trail riding more suits the cyclist’s taste, softer riding pathways stretch out from urban areas to support the circulatory exchange of humans between the city organ and surrounding rural tissues. The popular Katy Trail spears through most of Missouri, sweeping Columbia’s bike pilots along part of Lewis and Clark’s original route to fame, adventure, and the ability to properly tickle a bison. Saff members also kindly asks riders to return rented machines in the same condition in which they received them.

19 S 6th St
Columbia,
MO
US

Anthony's Italian Restaurant's menu bursts with traditional Italian eats, and its signature sweet sauce swathes a bounty of traditional pastas and pizzas. Whether craving a hearty double crust ($11.25+/small) or a deep-dish Chicago-style pie ($11.50+/small), decorate carbohydrate canvases with a potpourri of savory toppings. Or pick a preordained specialty pizza such as the chicken bacon ranch ($11.50–$18.50) or a BLT pie ($10.25–$18). Passionate pasta patrons can twirl forkfuls of fettuccine alfredo (half order, $7.75; full order, $8.75) and unlock rich ricotta-cheese treasures trapped within the large seashell pasta ($8.50), while the hearty italian sub ($6.75) perks up palates with a combo of salami, provolone, ham, and mozzarella. To prime patrons for unbridled noodle consumption, Anthony's polishes palates with a beverage menu featuring Delicato Vineyards white zinfandel and BV Cellar's select merlot ($5/glass), as well as the suds-centric Italian brew Peroni ($3).

700 E Broadway
Columbia,
MO
US

Once a dining party slides into a smoky-blue booth under hanging green lights, it's not long before the group is joined by the stars of the evening??stuffed dishes of tandoori chicken and fish cured in the heat of a charcoal clay oven. Black-and-white portraits of historical figures look on with jealousy as patrons kiss scoops of vegetarian and lamb curry dishes, sopped up with warm naan or whole-wheat roti. Meals move from savory to sweet with fruity yogurt drinks and traditional Indian desserts such as the delicate dumplings of gulab jamun?spongy milky balls soaked in a rose-scented syrup with the same sugar content as a baby's giggle.

500 East Walnut Street
Columbia,
MO
US

Kampai populates chopsticks with a menu of Japanese flavors, which culinary craftsmen roll into sushi, stir-fry with noodles, and brush onto grilled meats. Appetizer-hounds can nibble on spicy gyoza dumplings ($5) or feast on octopus salad ($5) until they ingest enough suction cups to hang from the rear window of their car. For one-bite wonders, diners can mouth-dive into the Norwegian mackerel sashimi ($13), the dynamite maki roll with spicy salmon and pickle radish ($8), or the specialty kampai roll's bundle of tempura shrimp, avocado, smelt roe, and spicy tuna ($9). In addition to mini sushi morsels, the kitchen employs skilled giants to prepare larger entrees such as gyu yaki soba noodles with shrimp ($12).

907 Alley A
Columbia,
MO
US

We are here to simply capture YOU! Your very best, natural self, goofing around in all your glory! Not posing,cheesing, & holding bizarre & horribly uncomfortable positions. We want you to have an amazing time, that is why we take our time to find your personality & style so we can provide you with phenomenal photographs.

18 South 9th Street Suite 208
Columbia,
MO
US

Mustard Seed Fair Trade connects locals with artisans from across the globe via a rotating stock of handmade decorations, accessories, and jewelry. Wee ones can slip paws into a pair of kids’ gloves ($8), a purchase that supports Bolivian knitters and complimentary haircuts for alpacas. Delhite artists enhance earlobes with pairs of chandelier earrings ($10), and necks are draped with an alpaca and silk shawl ($25). Ceramic bird whistles ($8) from Ecuador can be used to decorate soundscapes with cheerful tweeting.

25 S 9th St
Columbia,
MO
US