The new space boasts a larger deli and expanded grocery departments with the same dedication to high-quality local, fresh and organic products.
This bundle of comfort food is perfect for game day.
The Buffalo Meet Chick'n takes a classic spicy chicken sandwich and makes it completely plant-based.
At these local restaurants and bars, you can enjoy everything from tacos to cocktails in your very own winter wonderland.
Southwest Missouri diners rejoice! Soon you’ll always know where to get your street taco fix.
Although the original Grad School location remains closed, you can still grab the classics at J.O.B Public House in Springfield, Missouri.
While the industry-specific relief of the RESTAURANTS Act was not included, Congress did not forget restaurants entirely.
The restaurant offers a large variety of rolls, plus nigiri options ranging from eel to smoked salmon to tuna.
As culinary director, she’s in charge of the rotating menus at both its Springfield locations.
These Missouri-based coffee roasters offer carefully roasted beans.
As one tumultuous year comes to a close and a new one begins, we’re celebrating those paving the way to a brighter future in our region’s restaurant industry. From the farm to the kitchen to the front of house, these individuals deserve the spotlight not only for their talent, grit and deter…
Across our region, these chefs, bartenders, farmers and more are making names for themselves.
Beers include Chocolate Mammoth Milk and Trapped in Time.
A puffle is similar to a waffle with spherical bubbles.
This ramen features a tonkotsu base topped with wood-ear mushrooms and spring onion, plus your choice of protein and add-ons.
Spark some hygge this holiday season with a grazing plate overflowing with private chef Anna Davis' local and foraged favorites.
The double dry-hopped Hazy IPA will be sold to support the Guild’s operations.
The newly-opened stand dishes out soft-serve dairy-free ice cream and pizza from The Big Slice outside of the Outland Ballroom.
Located near the former site of the Frisco Depot, the coffee shop is reviving this small town's historic district.
This donut shop has been serving customers since 1971.
Springfield is lucky to be home to a wealth of excellent food-and-drink businesses, and this year, they need your help. As COVID-19 continues to devastate small businesses across the country, shopping local is more important than ever. This holiday season, consider picking up your gifts from…
There is nothing quite like ordering a dish from the place where it was invented.
The fast-casual Springfield, Missouri, eatery serves Korean-Mexican fusion dishes alongside coffee, tea, juices, smoothies and smoothie bowls for breakfast and lunch.
Owners Fola and Jummy Soladade also own Désire, a neighboring food truck.
As 2020 comes to a close, we’re honoring the people using food as a vehicle for change.
Drop them in a steaming cup of hot chocolate or toast them over a crackling campfire.
The café adds local flavor to a New Orleans classic with housemade focaccia bread.
The farm works with Wildwise Botanicals to include produce, herbal remedies and recipes in its farm boxes.
The coffee shop and restaurant opened this past September.
You can choose from one of 10 signature omelets at Gailey's or build one from scratch.
Look for traditional Mexican carne asada tacos and fajitas, a queso-smothered burrito and Sonoran-style cheese enchiladas.
Local makers are nominated in the pantry, chocolate, confection, pickle and coffee categories.
The new shop is on schedule to open in early 2021.
These treats are gluten-free and sweetened with dates.
Lather a warm biscuit with it, stir it into yogurt, toss it into a vinaigrette or pour it over ice cream.
The pandemic has created unprecedented circumstances, and many are seeking support for the first time.
A tasting room and winery will debut in fall 2021, but for now, you can order its wines online.
Pumpkin-lovers, this is your time. Springfield restaurants, coffee shops and even breweries are serving up plenty of pumpkin-inspired dishes and drinks to keep keep you satisfied, from classic pumpkin pie to brioche to savory ravioli. Dig into a few of our favorites.
These pub burgers are elevated with Wagyu beef.
The brewery is offering online ordering for beer and its full barbecue menu.
At a time where social distancing and extra precautions are being encouraged because of the outbreak of coronavirus around the United States, many restaurants are emphasizing their carryout and delivery options or making them available for the first time. But as the state of Missouri reopens…
As cooler temperatures blanket the Ozarks, it’s a great time to enjoy a local, craft brew. Whether it’s on the patio, at home or on the river, there are many options to satisfy your fall thirst. Here are a few of our favorites.
The popular Hollister restaurant has expanded with a new location.
Filled with market veggies, sesame seeds, chopped cashews and your choice of grains and protein, this dish is a nourishing local takeout option.
Rachael West, a foraging instructor, offers classes paired with meals at Forest Garden Yurts.
The company sells sauces and relishes that are made from old Italian recipes.
Frozen pizza has been one way to increase sales during this uncertain time.
These four Missouri makers offer all kinds of popped kernels.
August Rolufs previously worked with Peaceful Bend Winery in Steelville, Missouri.
Get exactly what you're craving with this custom pizza option.
The distillery, which opened to the public this spring, offers live music on its spacious courtyard.
This Springfield spot is the perfect place to satisfy your burger craving.
For three years, Vito Palmietto, owner of Vito's Kitchen, has shared his commercial kitchen with Eleanor Taylor; soon, she plans to take over the front-of-house.
To comply with social distancing recommendations – and to draw out the celebration a little longer – the brewery is stretching its annual all-outdoors Oktoberfest to three weekends in September.
You can choose your own toppings for a filling brunch or midday treat.
Owner Molly McCleary began growing edible flowers on her family’s farm this year as a way to diversify her business.
This spicy Korean barbecue dish is one of the restaurant's most popular to-go items.
The product, which is about the size of a deck of cards, eliminates the need for printed paper menus.
The local organization spreads awareness about food waste while offering residential and business compost pick-up services.