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Historic Sikeston, Missouri

Vistors Guide

Festivals & Fun & Shopping & Dining & Historic Charm & Southern Hospitality

Historic Sikeston. Just a Weekend Away!
888-309-6591 | VISITSIKESTON.COM
Situated at the crossroads of America's heartland at the intersection of Interstate 55 and 57 at the junctions of U.S. Highways 60, 61 and 62 in the Southeast corner of Missouri.

Festivals & Events


Farm Equipment Auctions

First Monday of each month, 573-471-1060

St. Patrick's Day Celebration & Homebrew Contest

Enjoy live music, concessions, and some of the best craft beer brewed in the 3-state area. Held in Downtown Sikeston, 573-380-3801

Charleston Dogwood Azalea Festival

Thousands visit our area each year to enjoy historic-home tours, carriage rides, and special events. Join us as we celebrate spring, 573-683-6509

Crawfish Boil and Music Festival

Enjoy great food, live music, and family activities from 3 PM to midnight. Held rain or shine; Jaycee Rodeo Grounds, 1220 N. Ingram Road. 888-309-6591

Sprockets in Spring Bike Ride

Take advantage of our flat terrain! 15, 30, 65 and 100-mile routes; rest stops and SAG service provided.

Downtown Farmers' Market

From May until the first frost you'll find fresh produce, baked goods, jams and jellies at this outdoor market. Saturdays, Legion Park, 115 E. Front Street, 573-380-3801

Youth Fishing Derby

Bring your little fishermen! Held each year in May at the Recreational Complex Lake, 501 Campanella Drive. Prizes awarded.

Memorial Day Remembrance Service

Conducted in Veteran's Park, Linn St. at Campanella Drive. Park displays include an M-60 battle tank, Sioux helicopter, and an F-4 Phantom jet.


Music in the Park

Free concert held Thursday evenings in June; enjoy live music performances of country, blue grass, gospel and rock. Downtown Sikeston, 573-380-3801

Annual Oran Car Show

One of the region's largest car shows; featuring competition in 52 classes. Tilles Memorial Park, Oran. 573-275-3310

Ride the Fault Bicycle Tour

This week-long, supported tour travels through 4 states. Enjoy country vistas and New Madrid Fault Earthquake history. 573-380-7875,

Tour De Corn Charity Bike Ride

Hundreds participate in this annual event. 15, 30, 60 and 100-mile routes. Held in conjunction with the Sweet Corn Festival. 573-233-5281,

Oran 4th of July Picnic

Enjoy a church dinner, ice cream, bingo & fireworks. Guardian Angel Knights of Columbus Hall, 604 Church St., Oran 573-262-3210

4th of July Community Fireworks

Begins at dusk. Recreational Complex, 501 Campanella Drive. Free parking and admission.

Tributary Film Festival

View short and full-length films by filmmakers from throughout the Midwest. Downtown Sikeston,, 573-475-8023

Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo

Missouri's largest rodeo, this 4-day event is held the first full week of August and includes nightly concerts by top country music entertainers. Sikeston Rodeo Grounds, 1220 N. Ingram, 800-455-2855

Behind-the-Chute Tour

This free tour is held Rodeo Friday, Sikeston Rodeo Grounds, 1220 N. Ingram

Lunch with the Rodeo Clowns and Queens

Meet the clowns, bull-fighters and queens of the Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo. Held on Rodeo Friday. 888-309-6591

Sikeston Jaycee Rodeo Parade

Parade starts at 10 AM, Rodeo Saturday. Route ends in Downtown Sikeston

Cowboy-up! Festival

Come Downtown on Rodeo Saturday for carriage rides, crafts, concessions, children's activities and live music. Legion Park, 115 E. Front Street.

Bootheel Quilters Guild Quilt Show

Local quilters gather to display handmade quilts, wall hangings, and gifts. Quilting demonstrations on-site.

Chaffee German Days Festival

This August event features carnival rides, car show, tournaments, music and great food. Frisco Park, 800 S. Main, Chaffee, 573-877-3558

Benton Neighbor Days Festival

Held Labor Day Weekend. Carnival rides, live music, games and a parade. City Park, Benton, 573-545-3558


Living History Day

Held the second Saturday in September at Big Oak Tree State Park; enjoy blacksmithing, weaving, spinning, quilting, woodcarving, herbalism, and bobbin lace making demonstrations. Concession on site. 13640 State Hwy. 102, East Prairie, 573-649-3149,

Downtown Wine Festival

This outdoor event showcases the very best wines from the region's top vineyards. Enjoy live music with light hors d'oeuvres. 6-10 PM, 100 Block of East Center Street, 573-380-3801

Bass Pro Shop's Big Cat Quest, New Madrid

Held the first Saturday in October, this is one of the largest catfish tournaments in the country. Teams start fishing at 6 AM and must be in the weigh-in line by 3 PM. It's not uncommon to see several 50-80 pound catfish weighed during the day. This is a catch and release tournament. Main St., New Madrid;, 877-748-5300

Sikeston Cotton Carnival and Parade

Held the last week of September; celebrate the cotton harvest with carnival rides, pageants and a parade. Sikeston Rodeo Grounds, 1220 N. Ingram Road

Beggs Family Farms Fall Festival

You'll love the corn maze, wagon rides, pig races and family activities. Weekends in October. 2319 State Highway U, Blodgett, MO, 573-471-3879

Cotton Ramble Bike Ride

Choose from 15, 26, 65 and 100 mile routes showcasing historic homes, and fields of cotton ready for harvest. Tour a working cotton gin. Rest stops and professional SAG service provided. Mass start from Downtown Sikeston.

Downtown Cotton Festival

Held in conjunction with the Cotton Ramble Bike Ride, enjoy food, crafts, live entertainment and family fun. Legion Park, 115. E. Front St.

Oktoberfest & Homebrew Contest

Enjoy bratwurst, sauerkraut and pretzels with your homebrew. Live music 3 PM-midnight. Kids games and activities. Sikeston Rodeo Grounds, 1220 N. Ingram Road.


Downtown Holiday Open House

Enjoy carriage rides through historic downtown Sikeston, as you jump-start your holiday shopping. Front & Center Streets, Downtown Sikeston

Holiday Craft Bazaar

Shop for original handmade and unique items just right for holiday-gifting! 709 Smith Street, 573-472-0012

Santa at the Depot

Join us as we celebrate the holiday season with music, children's activities and special holiday fun. Sikeston Depot Museum & Gallery, 116 W. Malone,, 573-481-9967

Historic Lantern Tour

The Sikeston Depot Museum & Gallery is decorated for Christmas and lit by historic lanterns. 116 W. Malone,, 573-481-9967



Downtown District

Located in the heart of Sikeston, Downtown offers a variety of antique stores, boutiques and specialty shops. While downtown, stop by Parengo Coffee or enjoy award-winning desserts from Susie's Bake Shoppe. For upscale dining, visit Jeremiah's Restaurant & Lounge. Front and Center Streets

Midtown Village Shopping Center

Conveniently located on East Malone Avenue, Midtown Village offers shoppers a variety of products: automotive parts and accessories, groceries, furniture, and apparel.

Shops At Lake Crossing

Shoppers will find restaurants and personal service providers at this location, N. Main at Lake St.

Sikeston Factory Outlet Stores

The Outlet Stores offer a fine selection of men's, women's and children's apparel. 100 Outlet Drive, 573-471-2222

South Pointe Shopping Center

South Pointe Shopping Center hosts national retail stores offering sports apparel, clothing, shoes and electronics. Colton's Steak House, Applebee's and many other eating establishments are located in this area of Sikeston. South Main Street

Yule Log Cabin Holiday Shop

One of the region's most creative and extensive Christmas shops, it offers fall and holiday decorations with more than 150 decorated Christmas trees. Open Sept. 1 through Jan. 1 (Open Thanksgiving; closed Christmas Day), 10 AM-6 PM, 850 County Road 321, Scott City, 573-264-2747.

Arts & Antiques

Sikeston Depot Museum & Gallery

On the National Register of Historic Places, the Depot allows visitors to explore the history of Sikeston and Missouri's Bootheel. The Gallery displays the works of local and visiting artists. 116 W. Malone, Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10 AM-4 PM.

Front Street Studio & Gallery

Visit the working studio of Annie Schuchart and Juliana Comer and view their original artwork, as well as that of visiting artists. Appointments requested, 573-620-2828, 132 W. Front Street.

Lynn Lancaster Art School & Gallery

Offering classes in various mediums. View the work of new and established artists. Appointments requested, 573-380-3801, 113 W. Malone.

Downtown Murals

Sikeston is the northern-most region for the harvest of cotton which has played a significant role in the growth and development of Missouri's Bootheel. View murals portraying the importance of "King Cotton". 116 W. Front St., 102 N. Kingshighway, and corner of W. Front at N. New Madrid

Front Street Antique Company

110 East Front Street, Downtown Sikeston. More than 30 vendors offer a wide selection of antiques. Open 10 AM-5 PM. 573-475-9999

Tradewinds Antiques & Collectibles

Shop their unique collection of antiques, home furnishings, collectibles, and exclusive line of metal sculpture. 116 W. Front Street, Open Tues.-Sat., 10 AM-8 PM; Sun., 11 AM-3 PM, 573-471-1504

Antique Centre Mall

With clientele from across the country, you'll enjoy this fine collection of upscale antiques. I-55 Exit 80, 109 N. Outer Road, Benton, MO, Open Mon-Sat., 10 AM-5 PM, Sun., noon-5 PM.

Cultural Attractions

Sikeston Depot Museum

A restored 1916 train depot, the Museum recounts the most important aspects of the area's culture and history. Learn how the Mississippi River and New Madrid Fault shaped the region, and how over 2 million acres of swamp became some of the world's richest farmland. 116 W. Malone Ave., 573-481-9967, Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10 AM-4 PM.

Southeast Missouri Agricultural Museum

View this private collection of more than 5,000 pieces of antique farm machinery and two circa 1800 log cabins. 521 County Rd. 532, Sikeston, Viewing by appointment, 573-471-9241

Stars & Stripes Museum

The first edition of Stars & Stripes was issued in 1861 by Union Army forces in Bloomfield, Missouri. This museum recounts the history of this military newspaper, and U.S. military operations from the Civil War to the present. Museum is adjacent to the Missouri Veterans Cemetery. 17377 Stars & Stripes Way, Bloomfield, MO 573-568-2055,

Bootheel Youth Museum

Experience unique educational programs and displays in the fields of math, science, natural resources, human relations and the arts; designed to interest visitors of all ages. 700 A North Douglas, Malden, MO, 573-276-3600, open Tuesday-Saturday 10 AM-4 PM, Sunday 1-4 PM,

Sikeston Little Theatre

This theater group has been entertaining the community for over 50 years. Visit their website,, for production dates and times. Theater located at 506 S. Kingshighway, 473-481-0255

Sikeston Public Library

In addition to more than 38,000 volumes of books, CDs and DVDs, the library maintains local genealogy records. 121 E. North Street, 573-471-4140

Historic Homes

Downtown Walking/Driving Tour

Upon the draining of area swamps and cultivation of cotton, Sikeston experienced a period of great prosperity. During the 1920's Sikeston was home to more millionaires, per capita, than any city in the U.S. Many of these homes remain today and can be viewed on the Historic Homes Walking/Driving Tour. Brochures available at the Visitors Center, 116 W. Malone Avenue or online at

Hunter-Dawson Home State Historic Site

This historic site preserves a now vanished part of Missouri: the Bootheel mansion. Constructed circa 1860, the site is filled with original pieces from the home's first owners. 310 Dawson Rd., New Madrid, Open weekdays 8:30 AM-5 PM, Saturday 10 AM-4 PM, Sunday Noon-4 PM, 573-748-5340

Mississippi County Historical Society Home

On the National Registry of Historic Places, this 1899 Victorian country home has 17 rooms filled with some of its original furnishings. Exhibits include period clothing, the Military Room, and Lewis & Clark Display. N. Main Street, Charleston, Open by appointment, call 573-683-6740.

Hunting & Fishing

Sikeston is no more than an hour away from 13 Federal and State Parks/Conservation Areas, providing you limitless opportunities for hunting and fishing. Choose from pond, lake, stream or river fishing. Hunters have year-round options with waterfowl, rabbit, squirrel, turkey and deer hunting. For a complete listing of locations with amenities go to our website, and click "Hunting/Fishing."

Nature Trails & Attractions

Enjoy hiking trails or boardwalk strolls along the mighty Mississippi River or through cypress-tupelo wetlands and bottomland hardwood forests. Many of our sites provide boat access for kayaking and canoeing, as well as interpretative centers offering environmental education programs. Depending on the time of year, you can view bald eagles, Canadian and snow geese, great blue herons, great egrets, wood ducks, migrating monarch butterflies, river otters, turkey vultures, fox, bobcat, wild turkey and deer. For a complete listing of these locations go to and click "Itineraries."

Veteran's Memorial Driving Tour

For military and history buffs we suggest you visit all or a portion of the sites on this itinerary. (Available online at and click "Itineraries") Start at the Sikeston Depot Museum, 116 W. Malone, to learn the history of Sikeston's World War II Harvey Parks Air Base which trained over 1,000 Army Air Corps pilots and mechanics. Sikeston's Veteran's Park, Campanella at Linn Street, hosts an F4 Phantom jet, M-60 battle tank, 1955 Sioux helicopter, 105mm Howitzer and other displays. The Stars & Stripes Museum & Library, Missouri Veterans Cemetery and Civil War Memorial Cemetery are located in Bloomfield, MO (less than 30 minutes west of Sikeston).

Unique Restaurants/Cafes

Lambert's Café... Home Of The Throwed Roll

Voted the "Number One Place to Pig Out" by the Food Network, be prepared for generous portions, a constant stream of pass-arounds, and flying rolls! You can catch some fun... and rolls at one of the country's most entertaining restaurants. Open 10 AM-9 PM daily (Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day), 2305 E. Malone Ave., 573-471-4261,

Ray's Of Kelso

Known regionally for its superb food and service, the main restaurant is located in a restored 1920 bank building. Al Fresco dining with entertainment each Saturday. Open Tuesday-Thursday 4:30-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 4:30-10 PM. Closed Sunday, Monday & Mother's Day, 151 South Messmer Street, Kelso, 573-264-1115. Reservations recommended, available online at

Wine Country

The rolling hills surrounding Sikeston host outstanding vineyards and wineries. Enjoy great wine, food and entertainment while relaxing with family and friends. Downloadable itinerary available on

River Ridge Winery & Fermentation Room Café

Open daily (except Christmas) from 10 AM-6 PM; Café open 11 AM-6 PM and until 8 PM on Fridays. 850 County Road 321, Scott City, 573-264-3712,

The Riverhouse Wine Place

Located just 300 feet from the banks of the Mississippi River. Open Thursday-Sunday, 11 AM-8 PM, 11500 State Highway N, Scott City, 573-264-0055,

Boathouse Wine Company

Open Thursday, Noon-6 PM; Friday & Saturday, Noon-10 PM; and Sunday, Noon-6 PM. 17253 County Road 252, Bloomfield, 573-722-3760;

Indian Hills Winery

Open Saturday & Sunday, 11 AM-7 PM; 9625 County Road 250, Puxico, 573-222-3709;

Movie Theaters

Malco Sikeston Cinema & Grill

This new theater offers eight all-stadium seating auditoriums featuring wall-to-wall curved screens, state-of-the-art Dolby digital surround and 3D projection. The Cinema Grill offers American grill favorites. 1218 Cinema Lane, Sikeston. Call 573-481-0334 for showings and times or go on-line to

Malco Trio

Located at 1045 E. Malone. Call 573-471-4390 for showings and times or go on-line to

Other Activities

Sikeston Bowling Center & Pro Shop

This 16-lane facility is open Monday-Thursday from 11 AM-10 PM and Friday & Saturday from 11 AM-11 PM. 1601 E. Malone, Sikeston, 573-471-2430

YMCA Of Southeast Missouri

Located at 511 Taylor Street, the YMCA offers a fitness center, aquatics center with 6-lane pool, 3-lane walking track, basketball and volleyball courts, wee-care nursery, sauna and locker rooms. 573-472-9622, Open Monday-Friday 5 AM-9 PM, Saturday 7 AM-4 PM, and Sunday 1 PM-5 PM,

Blodgett Paintball

With four playing fields, a spectators' area, and pro-shop this is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the region. Open by appointment call 573-258-1874. 3925 State Route H, Blodgett,

Blodgett Fun Factory

Season opens November 1. Enjoy air soft, laser tag, soft play, indoor carnival rides, arcade and concessions. Call 573-258-1874 for hours. 3925 State Route H, Blodgett

Semo Raceway

Enjoy Motor Cross, ATV and KART racing. 2101 Highway U, Sikeston, Call 573-225-8439 for schedule and race times or visit

Jeffers Motorsports Park

Drag racing begins in March and continues through November at this 1/8 mile track offering 1,300 feet of shut down. 389 Sandywood Road, Sikeston, 573-471-9099, or follow on

Walking/Exercise Trails

Sikeston Recreation Complex/Veteran's Park

1.5 mile lighted, paved trail with exercise stations; 501 Campanella Drive

R.S. Matthews Park

.5 mile chat trail around lake; 1101 Col. George E. Day Parkway

Mary Lou Montgomery Park

.4 mile chat trail; 300 S. Illinois Avenue

Roberta Rowe Park

.25 mile chat trail, 927 Washington Street

Lincoln Park

.5 mile paved trail; 900 W. North Street

Bootheel Clubhouse Trail

4.6 mile paved trail, 1218 N. Ingram Road

Park Facilities

Sikeston provides 16 parks with 2 fishing lakes; playground facilities; picnic pavilions; tennis, basketball and volleyball courts; soccer, football, softball and baseball fields; 2 band stands; a skate park; and community building. For additional information or to reserve facilities contact Sikeston Parks & Recreation at 573-475-3725 or visit

Malone Park

200 W. Center Street; contains restored 1912 bandstand and playground.

Lincoln Park

900 W. North Street; provides walking trail, basketball courts, picnic shelter & playground.

American Legion Park

Downtown Sikeston, 115 E. Front Street, is the site of many community events and festivals; features new bandstand.

R.S. Matthews Park & C.P. Wing Lake

1101 Col. George E. Day Parkway; offers 7 acre fishing lake with boat ramp, walking track, picnic and playground facilities.

Recreation Complex

501 Campanella Dr.; 4.6 acre fishing lake with handicap access; playground; picnic pavilions; lighted fitness trail; skate park; lighted tennis, basketball and volleyball courts; football field; and lighted soccer, softball and baseball fields. The Clinton Building, used for local and regional events, is also located in the Complex.

Roberta Rowe Park

937 Washington; provides lighted softball/baseball fields; lighted basketball courts; walking trail; playground and picnic facilities.

Rotary Park

300 Industrial Dr.; features lighted softball field, sand volleyball courts, picnic pavilions and playground facilities.

Veterans' Park

100 Campanella Drive; features static displays of M-60 battle tank, F4 Phantom jet, WWII 105 Howitzer, 1955 Navy Sioux helicopter, and WWII Navy destroyer anchor.

Dining & Accomodations

Delicious Dining


1260 South Main
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1203 South Main
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A & W Restaurant

1130 South Main
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Bo's Pit Bar-B-Que

1609 East Malone
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Buffalo Wild Wings

231 North Main
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Burger King

99 Matthews Lane
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Burger King

921 East Malone
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Cheers Bar & Grill

1212 Linn Street
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Chester's Fried Chicken

1401 South Main
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China Buffet

1207 South Main
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Colton's Steak House

101 Hospitality Dr.
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Cream Castle

801 West Malone
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Dairy Queen

1101 South Main
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Dexter Barbeque

124 North Main St.
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Domino's Pizza

530 South Main
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Dunkin Donuts

1401 South Main
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El Bracero

1103 South Main
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El Tapatio

2113 East Malone
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Grecian Steak House

531 Greer
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1105 South Main
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Houchins' Donuts
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903C South Main
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JD's Steakhouse

1637 E. Malone
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Jay's Krispy Fried Chicken

218 North Main
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Jeremiah's Fine Dining & Spirits

102 (Rear) North Kingshighway
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Kirby's Sandwich Shop

109 N. Kingshighway
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Lambert's Café

2305 East Malone
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La Ruleta

1330 South Main
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Little Caesar's Pizza

1051 E. Malone
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Long John Silvers Seafood

1130 South Main
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2605 East Malone
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1301 South Main
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Mericks Sandwich Shop

901 E. Malone Ave.
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Papa John's Pizza

225 North Main
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Papa Murphy's Pizza

331 North Main
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Parengo Coffee

114 Front Street
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901 S. Kingshighway
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Pizza Hut

1103 East Malone
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Pizza Inn

1905 East Malone
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Ruby Tuesday's

2612 East Malone
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Sergio's Mexican Bar & Grill

213 North Main

Simply Swirled

1189 South Main
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Sonic Drive-In

1320 South Main

Sonic Drive-In

216 North Main


1405 East Malone
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1303 South Main
(Inside Wal-Mart)
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Susie's Bake Shoppe & Restaurant

112 East Center
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Taco Bell

1165 South Main
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Taco John's

1409 East Malone
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The Knead

1205 E. Malone
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The Original Fried Pie Shop

2303 E. Malone
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1701 East Malone
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Surrounding Restaurants

Fermentation Room Café at Ridge River Winery

850 County Rd. 321
Commerce, MO
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Ray's of Kelso

151 South Messmer Street
Kelso, MO
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The Riverhouse Bar & Grill

11500 State Hwy. N
Scott City, MO
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Schindler's Tavern

1029 State Highway A
New Hamburg, MO
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Wine Country

River Ridge Winery

850 County Rd 321
Commerce, MO
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The Riverhouse Winery & Vineyard

11500 State Hwy. N
Scott City, MO
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Boathouse Wine Company

17253 County Rd 525
Bloomfield, MO
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Indian Hills Winery

9625 County Rd 250
Puxico, MO



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Hotels & Motels Units Rates Dining Pool Credit Hand.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites

115 Hospitality Dr.
US Hwy 61
Phone: (573)475-9522
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Hampton Inn

Intersection US Hwy. 60 & 61
Opening January 2018


America's Best Value

220 South Interstate Dr.
I-55 at Exit 67


Best Western Plus

120 South Interstate Dr.
I-55 Exit #67 Hwy 62
Phone: (573)481-9500


Comfort Inn & Suites

109 Matthews Lane
I-55 Exit #67 Hwy 62
Phone: (573)472-0197

64 $$ NB/CB IP

Days Inn

1330 South Main
Intersection US Hwy. 60 & 61
Phone: (573)471-3930

127 $$ HB NO ALL YES

Drury Inn & Suites

2608 East Malone
I-55 Exit #67 Hwy 62
Phone: (573)472-2299

153 $$ NB/FB IP
Hot Tub

Motel 6

110 South Interstate Dr.
I-55 Exit #67 Hwy 62
Phone: (573)471-7400


Pear Tree Inn

2602 East Malone
I-55 Exit #67 Hwy 62
Phone: (573)471-4100

80 $$ HB IP

Super 8

2609 East Malone
I-55 Exit #67
Phone: (573)471-7944

RV Camping

Hinton Park, Inc.
2863 East Malone
1-55 Exit #67 Hwy 62 (2 blocks east)
Phone: (537)471-1457

Open year-round, family-owned and operated; weekly and monthly rates; full-hookups - water, 30-50 amp sites, long-level pull-thru; tent sites, amenities - laundry facilities, propane, showers, restrooms, cable & telphone hook-ups available; shuttle service to Lambert's Cafe. Most credit cards accepted.

Town & Country Camping & Storage
1254 Highway 62 East
I-55 Exit #67
Phone: (573)472-1339

Open year-round; weekly & monthly rates; full-hookups with water, electric & sewer; amenities - laundry facilities, propane, ice, cable television & Wi-Fi; shuttle service to Lambert's Cafe. Credit cards not accepted.

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