At Lebanon's community-centric DQ Grill & Chill, the signature Blizzard attracts a loyal following with its mingling of classic candies and other toppings blended with ice cream. The friendly, family-run staff loads real fruit into premium fruit smoothies and piles scrumptious toppings and confections onto soft-serve Royal treat sundaes. An array of predecorated cakes is encapsulated within the in-store freezer case, and DQ staffers can also design custom slogans for cakes, such as ?Happy Birthday!? or "No Pets Allowed." In addition to its diverse population of creamy desserts, several of which are dairy-free, the treatery doles out savory bites such as chicken-strip baskets and hamburgers.
With a menu as dense as its straw-defeating shakes, Dairy King lovingly belabors over a wide assortment of appetite-appeasing delicacies. Wake up sleepy taste receptors with plates of jalapeño-decked philly-cheesesteak nachos ($4.25) or sample a dozen hot wings ($8.60) to send spirits soaring. Diners can dig into a bevy of burgers, ranging from a single patty ($1.65) to a double swiss bacon burger ($3.85), combining the hearty favors of beef with the portability of compressed beef. Savory dishes receive sweet goodbye kisses from one of the 40 flavors of classic shakes from butterscotch to Butterfingers to buttered butter ($3.20–$3.80), and spoons swoon over Concretes, tongue-tickling ice-cream concoctions crammed with treats from waffle-cone bits to brownies ($3.50–$4.10).
Good Ol' Days has been in business for 19 years and counting !! We have the some of the best homemade food that you have ever tasted and the service is unbeatable. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, we are here to serve you " Food So Good, You'll Think We Stole Your Grandma " !
Nestled in the Silent Forest?a place rich with local legends and tall tales?Hidden Lake Winery and Banquet Center carves out a cozy spot among the canopy of trees. The rustic lodge plays host to tastings where folks sample a selection of the winery's award-winning, hand-crafted wines. Each of the varietals is made from locally-grown fruits and bottled on-site. On weekends, chefs craft dishes from a quaint menu to pair with the wines, such as artisanal flatbreads, spinach-artichoke dip, and crispy deep-fried ravioli. For folks who'd like to make a weekend of it, Hidden Lake opens up deluxe cabins complete with jacuzzis and fireplaces.
Winner of Mid Rivers Magazine's 2009 award for Best Pizza, A'mis Italian Restaurant garners compliments from area natives and transplants for its kitchen's mastery of regional pizzas ranging from hand-tossed New York?style pies to Chicago?style pizzas baked in a deep pie dish. St. Louis pizzas sport a thin-crust base that's sprinkled with a blend of provel cheese and mozzarella. All pizza dough is baked fresh every day in a brick oven. Entrees also include steak and pasta dishes, as well as lighter dinner options, such as grilled chicken or poached cod, that give diners fewer calories and grant increased aptitude for speaking in fishtongue.