Woodsweather II manages to live two lives, with each celebrating Americana. The family-friendly restaurant on one side of the building lures guests with its menu of classic diner cuisine. Chicken-fried steak and homemade meatloaf appear alongside other hefty comfort foods, including cornmeal-crusted catfish filets. Meanwhile, over by the tile-covered bar, spirits pick up a bit as patrons sway, drink in hand, to the sounds of karaoke or live bands. The revelry often continues late into the evening since the restaurant doesn't shut its doors until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.
Dark wooden tables, tan and slate-gray walls, and high-top tables surrounded by bar stools all contribute to the restaurant's cozy and inviting ambiance. A handful of flat-screen televisions adorn the walls throughout, though they are joined by eclectic pieces of artwork made from twisted metal, sparkling glass, and really good ideas.
No matter the time of day or night, the kitchen staff at Gingham’s Restaurant churns out any meal—be it breakfast for dinner or lunch at 2 a.m. —that their customers crave. Famous buttermilk pancakes speckled with everything from blueberries to bits of bacon hush grumbling stomachs, as the friendly wait staff shuffles around bottomless pots of Ronnoco coffee and homemade dinner rolls. Chefs scramble farm-fresh eggs into nine different omelets, masterfully fry chicken, and drown homestyle meatloaf in rich gravy. The eatery doesn’t forget about dessert, satiating the child that nests in everyone’s molars with ice-cream sundaes and cherry crisps.
Churchill Coffee Company, LLC is located in the Queen City of the Ozarks, Springfield, Missouri. We are a customer-oriented, small batch roaster and retailer of fine coffees and teas. We still roast our coffees in Old World style barrel roasters, modified to allow our roast master exceptional control of the process.
At the cozy eatery of Cravings Bakery & Cafe, founder Barbie Baumler satisfies jonesings for sweet pick-me-ups and hearty meals alike. Cupcakes ranging from rose-hued strawberry champagne to sumptuous devil?s chocolate share the glass-fronted display case with chocolate truffles and pie. Alternatively, complete breakfasts, lunches, and dinners incorporate the greatest hits of American diners, filling rumbling stomachs with waffles, fried catfish, and pizzas with unconventional toppings, such as the bacon cheeseburger pie. For nuptials and other events?including football Sundays?Cravings? inventive caterers can craft custom spreads, from artfully frosted wedding cakes to cookies that stand in for cymbals during rock concerts.
The menu at Q's 'Que is all about smoked meat. From full slabs of ribs to pulled pork by the pound, the cuts here get treated with tender loving care before they make their way into paper-lined baskets and diners' sauce-soaked hands. There are fountain drinks and bottled beers to wash it all down, as well as to put out spice fires in unattended doggy bags.
For almost 30 years, Magpie's Restaurant has catered to the surrounding community, but even this decades-old legacy pales in comparison to the legacy of the building that it occupies.