Restaurants in Moberly

Half Off at Ashland Pizza and Pub


$8 $4

Pub with a 150-inch projection screen and live entertainment on Fridays serves steaming pizzas with classic toppings

Up to 52% Off American Food and Ice Cream at The Eagle Scoop


$26.98 $12.99

Hot paninis and custom sandwiches alongside salads or bowls of homemade soup; scoops of Central Dairy ice cream topped with fudge or candy

Up to 45% Off Indian Food at Taj Mahal Restaurant

Downtown Columbia

$24 $14


Lunch buffet or dinner for two or four at a restaurant that cooks chicken and fish in a clay charcoal oven; house wine or beer included

Broadway Brewery – Up to 52% Off Beer


$31 $16


Sip pints of house-brewed craft beer in souvenir logo glasses, then take home a growler filled with beer of your choice

Up to 55% Off Pizza and Beer at Sidelines Sports Bar


$14 $7

Friends share pizza and beer as the big game plays on a 15-foot projection screen

Half Off Drinks at Prime Time Lounge

Days Inn Conference Center

$20 $10

Bartenders mix cocktails such as margaritas, bloody marys, and long islands and pour shots of Jameson, Patrón, and Rémy Martin

Up to 54% Off at Cafe Creme Coffee Shop and Bakery


$22.68 $11.29

Seven signature sandwiches and wraps; espresso drinks and fresh coffee brewed in-house

50% Off at Burger King

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

World-famous fast-food burger chain flame-broils made-to-order Whopper sandwiches along with fries and chicken sandwiches

50% Off Soup, Salad, and Sandwiches at Green Pepper


$10 $5


Specialty sandwiches, wraps, and paninis; soups and handcrafted salads

Up to 50% Off Bar Food at Texas Smokehouse and Saloon


$20 $11


Ten flat-screen TVs play sports, sports, and more sports, and on select nights, bar treats patrons to live musical acts

50% Off at Saucy's Pizzeria


$20 $10

Homemade sauce and hand-blended cheese top hand-tossed or thin crust pizzas capped with a range of toppings

Half Off Italian-American Food at The Hawthorne Inn

Hawthorn Inn

$30 $15

Pastas, pizzas, and burgers served in a casual atmosphere with a full bar

Select Local Merchants

Cafe Berlin fills its kitchen with vegetables, coffee, dairy, free-range eggs, and other natural and organic foods from local farms, including Patchwork Family Farms, Green Hills Harvest Dairy, and Lakota Coffee Company. Breakfast, which is served all day, includes dishes such as Turkish-style eggs, french toast, and pancake burritos—a large pancake that enfolds two scrambled eggs and Patchwork bacon, served with maple syrup. Black-bean quesadillas, burgers with local, organic beef, and housemade soups crown the lunch menu and pair with an array of alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks.

Plastic dinosaurs and Godzilla figures dot the sunny dining room, where they hang from the rafters, sit on the counter, and gnaw on table legs. Patrons can gaze at the eclectic decor while listening to live music or tales from the Porch Light storytelling series.

220 N 10th St

The Copper Kettle’s menu is a throwback to simpler times. Country-fried steak, fried chicken, and beef pot roast are just three of the kitchen’s dinner specialties. Each comes with macaroni and cheese or potatoes, plus a trip to the salad bar. If they still have room, diners can finish the meal with one of six homemade pies, including apple, lemon, and sugar-free banana crème. Breakfast—from biscuits and gravy to fluffy flapjacks—is served morning or night. The Copper Kettle also has a kid’s menu, featuring chicken strips and grilled cheese to keep tykes from stealing bites off their parent’s plates or chewing off their own arm.

508 E Liberty Ln

After 30 years of curating and perfecting recipes, founders Linda and Julie unleashed their culinary powers to create a Roly Poly menu of more than 50 rolls and sandwiches, plus a tempting selection of desserts. Slinging sandwiches for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the sandwich artisans envelop a variety of inventive ingredients inside warm, floury tortillas, from scrambled eggs to pesto chicken to mustard-splashed tuna. Customized sandwiches may also be rolled to suit various diets, preferences, or carbo-loading competitive mimes.

2609 E Broadway

Working within a lofty stone structure, Geisha Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar’s chefs sear Asian entrees on hibachi grills and tuck French-inspired tidbits into specialty sushi. Across the chic, plum-hued dining room, they’ll sizzle succulent hibachi meats, fresh vegetables, and incriminating tax documents atop slick grill tables. Otherwise, they can pull from a dinner menu filled with fusion entrees such as shrimp and lobster risotto, and Jekyll-and-Hyde pad thai.

804 E Broadway

Seated among framed photos and wood wainscoting, visitors to The Gathering Place Café munch on hearty servings of daily specials that range from beef burritos to chicken-fried steaks. Serving up kansas city strip steaks every Saturday night and biscuits and gravy each morning, The Gathering Place continuously satiates diners with all local beef and farm-fresh, free-range eggs that wander into the kitchen.

4004 Highway 5
New Franklin,

Lee Street Deli has lured college students and loyal locals to its underground sandwich sanctuary and corner store for more than eight decades. Rile up your nostalgia muscles and order a Frito pie ($2.50) off the historic deli's chalkboard menu, or delve further into the flaming penguin juicyburger ($1.85), a loose meat burger blazing with pepperjack cheese, Willies hot sauce, and jalapenos. The sandwich shop stays open until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, which allows you to cure pains of early morning hunger or haziness with a horsey ham and beef sandwich ($4.67) stacked high with ham, roast beef, cheddar cheese, onions, black olives, and horseradish. Tantalize taste buddies with the pepper turkey melt ($4.67) with pepperjack cheese, bacon, and honey mustard caressed in the arms of warm slices of sourdough.

603 Lee St