There's no entrance exam for Vino Cellars. As the wine lounge's website puts it, "No one will care if you can't say cabernet correctly. So go ahead and ask." And that level of accessibility runs throughout the entire shop, from the comfortable open seating to the complimentary tastings to the notes that describe every bottle's weight, palate, and mouth-feel. Such touches help guests find their way through the 150 varietals—imported from boutique-style producers across the globe—so they can pick the right pairing for a steak or the right milk-substitute for a bowl of Cheerios.
Pairing is a theme that runs through almost everything at Vino Cellars. Themed wine dinners match up five wines with four-course meals. The regular menu's small plates of shareable flatbread pizzas and sliders can also be mixed and matched with different libations. But Vino Cellars doesn't stop with wine and food. The shop spreads its gourmet knowledge to house-made bottles of flavored olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars.
From scenic sites to exciting attractions, Stone Hill Winery in Branson is a prime choice for your next vacation.
On a road trip? You can take advantage of the easy parking options nearby and enjoy your stay.
Commute by bike to Stone Hill Winery and find easy bike parking.
Sprawled atop rippling Missouri foothills, Seven Springs Winery's 160 acres affords guests views of forests stretching out before them that change colors throughout the seasons. Amongst the lush, green landscape, the vineyard springs up with rows of grapes, wine-bottle bushes, and a welcoming tasting room. Wine tastings let guests experience a wide range of Seven Springs Winery's reds, whites, and blushes, including varietals such as chardonel and pinot noir. The vintners and knowledgeable bartenders also welcome aficionados and the wine-curious to sip a glass of wine, sangria, or microbrew from the covered porch or patio, and a selection of soups, sandwiches, cheeses, breads, and dipping oils can be called upon to enhance the experience.
Planning a birthday party or a bachelorette party? Head to Osage Beach's The Vine for a fun and informative wine experience.
Be sure to visit the restaurant at this museum for a delicious meal.
You'll be happy to know that drinks are available.
The Vine is centrally located near many parking lot options.
Discover the rich history behind the art of wine-making and the unique variety of flavors at The Vine in Osage Beach.
Serving a range of tasty food and drink, Crooner's Lounge in Fort Scott will have you thinking about seconds (or thirds).
Want to enjoy this restaurant without the wait? Get it to go.
Crooner's Lounge has easy parking nearby for diners who wish to drive.
Your tab at Crooner's Lounge will usually run to about $30 per guest.
Just off the historic Route 66, Summerside Vineyards welcomes visitors into its rustic winery and meadery. Regular tours of the winery and cellar elucidate the specifics of the wine- and mead-making processes and end in the cozy tasting room. Here, surrounded by a warm color palette and antique furniture, staff walk visitors through samplings of Summerside's various wines and meads. The bottles range from dry to dessert, and each are produced and bottled in the onsite cellar. In addition to tastings, Summerside holds seasonal wine-focused events.