Grab a seat and dig in! Southside Cafe in Butler offers tasty eats everyone will enjoy.
Healthy food is in, as it should be, come here for a tasty, low-fat and gluten-free bite.
Business casual dress, tasty food and a classic atmosphere makes this a great place for any occasion.
Can't get enough of Southside Cafe's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events.
Southside Cafe proves that an amazing meal can be both delicious and affordable.
Southside Cafe offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
For the perfect jolt of caffeine, look no further than Missouri Mud Company.
Fear not you gluten-free or low-fat eaters, you'll have plenty of choices here.
For comfortable outdoor service, Missouri Mud Company sets up a seasonal patio.
Jeans are just right for a meal at Missouri Mud Company, which embraces a casual vibe.
Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Missouri Mud Company for their catering services.
Getting your food to go is also an option.
Drivers can park in the neighboring lot.
Missouri Mud Company offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists.
You can fill up on Missouri Mud Company's delicious fare without spending an arm and a leg — in fact, typical meals there run under $15.
Missouri Mud Company happily accepts all major credit cards as a form of payment.
Since its inception as a home-décor boutique in 1987, Country Keepsakes Tea Room has rotated a roster of first-rate comfort food in a cozy, familial setting. Eclectic tablecloths and warm lighting complement the comforting menu, which, like Monday’s placement in the sequence of days, changes every week. Chef Beverly Bruce assembles the Keepsake quiche by filling a potato crust with broccoli, ham, and cheese, then sending it to tables on side-dish wings made of tossed salad and freshly baked bread ($8.79). Tuck into a classic with the chicken-fried chicken, a pan-fried chicken breast accompanied by gravy-drenched mashed potatoes and green beans ($9). Polish off a noontime meal with a sweet item from the rotating dessert menu, including the luscious, always-available triple-lemon pie.
While Butterfly Kisses Baking's staff avidly serves its local customers by decorating cakes, cupcakes, and cookies, the people they most proudly cater to are military troops. The shop allocates 20% of its profits to providing care packages for servicemen and women abroad. They build those funds by enticing customers with the sweetness packed into their various treats, which include peppermint-bark cupcakes, lemon sugar cookies, and cake pops themed after the flavors of cereal, cookies, and candy bars. Bakers are on hand to help clients create custom desserts including themed cakes that might light up a child’s face on his birthday or fondant scenes so real you’d consider buying a time share there.
Ray Lamar hasn't spent decades perfecting his donuts. In fact, his namesake shops still use the same recipes that Ray developed in 1933—at the age of 17—when he got his first job working a donut fryer. World War II and a postwar career as a stockbroker interrupted Ray's donut-making pursuits, although he returned to his roots in 1960 when he founded the first LaMar's Donuts.
The shop went on to become a Kansas City icon, with crowds arriving well before 6 a.m. to line up outside the doors and taunt the roosters for sleeping in. Ray and his wife, Shannon, eventually decided to expand their business into a regional empire, and LaMar's Donuts currently boasts 27 franchised stores spread across six states.
Even with all of this growth, decades-old traditions still dictate how things are done. The workers prepare more than 75 different kinds of donuts, hand-making fresh batches of perennial favorites as well as recent inventions each and every morning. In addition to the original glazed creation that dates back to 1933, the menus can feature a variety of cake donuts with flavors such as red velvet, apple spice, and maple.
Since donuts and coffee go together as naturally as paper shredders and subpar report cards, the stores also prepare cappuccinos, mochas, and other coffee drinks. These are all made with handpicked beans that slowly roast inside Italian brick ovens.
Peachwave Yogurt’s frozen yogurt brims with live, active cultures, creating a calcium- and protein-rich dessert that laid the groundwork for more than 35 locations nationwide. Fourteen self-serve dispensers fill cups or open mouths with a rotating selection of 100% kosher flavors, such as low-fat red velvet, sugar-free white chocolate, nonfat pomegranate, or nondairy Dole pineapple. Container after container of jewel-toned fresh fruits, dried fruits, and other edible adornments line the topping bar, which boasts more than 40 yogurt accompaniments in total.