A family affair, the restaurant is known for its hand-cut, hand-breaded pork tenderloin, which appears in a myriad of dishes.
Owners Jason Grubbs and Rebekah Irby have their sights set on a storefront, too.
The pop-up concept is settling into the now-shuttered Strollway Market and Harold’s Doughnuts space.
Enjoy a Whiskey Sour with steak au poivre, or a Martini with grilled catfish smothered in cheesy white wine and crawfish sauce.
SmashBox Burgers offers juicy smash burgers, while Grand Daddy’s boasts heaping platters of creative barbecue.
It's perfect for adding to sandwiches and other dishes or simply eating by the spoonful.
Owner Rebecca Wilson helps mid-Missouri residents get their fermentation fix at the Lincoln University Farmers Market.
Dan Kuebler, AKA Farmer Dan, ferments fresh crops from his certified organic farm and sells them around the area.
This fermented protein doesn't get as much play as its other vegan counterparts, but it shouldn't be overlooked.
The utterly refreshing soup has a delicate balance of sweet, earthy and acidic flavors.
The new microbrewery finds its niche in uncommon brews.
The new restaurant from chef and sommelier Philip Day is inspired by high-quality, locally sourced ingredients.
The Kansas City-area restaurant offers everything from naan and kebobs to cheese fries and sliders.
You can also savor a brick-oven pizza and handmade fudge while you’re here.
Chocolate chip cookies are always a good idea. With crispy, golden edges and soft, chewy centers, what’s not to like?
On Thu., Aug. 12, come and enjoy the food-inspired art and the art-inspired food while supporting Columbia, Missouri, chefs and restaurateurs.
The elderberry orchard and winery offers a lineup of creative drinks and live entertainment in a breathtaking setting.
If you’ve bellied up to the bar at Barred Owl Butcher & Table in the last few years, you’ve likely seen Frances Harvey shake or stir a cocktail in front of the elegant library of spirits.
Missouri once was a major producer of apples for eating and making cider alike. The team at Waves is trying to bring back that reputation.
Julie and John-Paul Fortney are bringing an exclusive selection of low-intervention wines to the region
The shop specializes in shave ice, an iconic Hawaiian dessert featuring shaved ice drenched in flavorful syrups, ice cream and sweetened condensed milk.
The restaurant will bring Texas-style craft barbecue, along with a smokin’ brunch menu and top-notch bar program, to mid-Missouri.
Judges awarded 40 gold medals, 90 silver medals and 57 bronze medals overall.
The only exclusively vegan food truck in mid-Missouri, Gina’s serves everything from beet burgers to barbecue seitan sandwiches.
While chatting with Dan Kuebler of The Salad Garden about his booth at the Columbia Farmers Market for an upcoming story in the September 2021 issue of Feast, he mentioned the cherished relationships that he’s cultivated with the market organizers, his fellow vendors and patrons over the yea…
Governor Mike Parson signed a bill into law Wednesday that will keep to-go cocktails around permanently.
The company’s new brick-and-mortar location, Ozark Mountain Biscuit and Bar, serves the food truck’s characteristic fare alongside new dishes.
The coffee company has expanded its wholesale service, launched a coffee subscription service and continues to source more and more direct-trade beans.
The lauded restaurant now boasts a female-led bar program and Sunday brunch.
Owner Rebecca Wilson likens the elderberry syrup mixed with raw honey to apple butter, and the kombucha comes in fantastic flavors such as lavender-lemon and cherry-vanilla.
These Midwest makers offer different levels of heat for all of our condiment and cooking needs.
Here, Classical Revival style meets modern amenities, but many guests visit for the food and drinks.
You can now find quinoa tacos and a grilled chicken salad alongside staples like a burger or fried catfish platter.
Can you think of a better way to start the weekend?
Owners Adam and Cara Stark have built a library of more than 150 games to play while devouring the delicious food and aptly named drinks.
The American Wine Society awarded the wine the title out of 550 competition entrants.
With turmeric products – think pastes, ghee and relish – owner Ranjana Hans aims to make it easier for you to incorporate the nutritious herb into your everyday life.
Is there a more perfect takeout food than pizza? Whether you crave a classic pie with a thin crust, red sauce and mozzarella or something more outside the box, there are plenty of delicious pizzas to be found around Columbia. Here are 10 of the best local places to pick one up tonight.
Here, you’ll find everything from fresh produce to local meats and fermented foods to baked goods.
Thanks to the new club, St. Jordan Creek will ship a sangria kit to your door four times a year.
Farmer and owner Erica Parker discusses everything from the farm’s roots to its current expansion.
Through lessons on the history of food, gardening and more, Weir Vera is helping kids to eat better – and sustainably.
From cilantro to sunflower, microgreens add flavor, texture, a splash of color and nutrients to different dishes.
Sisters Elle and Jan Sanchez use nutrient-rich ingredients such as elderberry and blue spirulina to craft superfood bonbons at Tsokolate in Columbia, Missouri.
Tucked inside Little Shop of Comics, Audrey’s Eatery serves food with names to match the setting – think The Flash (a double-decker grilled cheese) and four different pizzas for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
‘Tis the season to lounge and dine al fresco. In the cozy town of Columbia, Missouri, tons of wonderful outdoor eateries and bars can be found around downtown and other areas of city. Settle up on one of these patios and enjoy a nice evening with friends and family.
Set to open at the end of May, the restaurant will serve only french fries – but with plenty of customizable toppings.
The café serves a menu of breakfast and lunch favorites, plus coffee from Kansas City's Messenger Coffee Co.
The family-owned and -operated café and mobile cart serves specialty drinks such as pour overs, tea lattes, infused Red Bull and Italian sodas.
The new location in the Shoppes at Stadium shopping center is slated to open in early fall.
The new concept is meant to offer play-and-eat experiences similar to facilities like Topgolf.
Is brunch the answer to everything? Alright, maybe not everything – but if the question is what to do with your family when they come to visit, where to go on a fun first date or even how to will yourself out of bed on a Saturday morning, brunch is indeed a delicious answer. We’ve rounded up…
The city’s first stand-alone brewery offers more adventurous brews that aren’t readily available in the area.
Chef Lee Gustin is excited to share his fresh, chef-driven menu with the community.
Although the cottage industry has been on the rise for years, the pandemic has led to a renewed interest in the business model.
The café employs people with intellectual and developmental differing abilities and other barriers to employment.
Boiling is key: It gives the bagels a thick, dark golden-brown crust while still allowing them to rise.
Cambodia native Tola Mam moved the business from Boonville, Missouri, to Columbia last fall.
As home cooks embrace bread baking, interest in flours made from whole and ancient grains is on the rise.
We’re saying goodbye and good luck to publisher Cat Neville.
The family-owned coffee shop and roaster is located in an old hat factory.
Along with his two brothers, Davis hopes to teach home cooks skills that they’ll actually use in their kitchens while simultaneously pleasing their palates.
Tara Gallina, co-owner of Winslow's Table and Vicia in the St. Louis area, discusses how customer entitlement negatively impacts the dining experience.
The restaurant offers St. Louis-, New York- and Chicago-style pizzas to its customers.
The indulgent dish starts with the restaurant's from-scratch pepper Jack mac topped with smoked in-house pulled chicken, barbecue sauce and french fried onions.