The lyrically named crêpes include Blueberry Hill, Strawberry Fields and Here Comes the Sun with toppings such as blueberries, strawberries, bananas, melted chocolate and whipped cream.
The walk-up window serves Mexican and Latin American street food for lunch, dinner and late-night eats.
Located in a preserved historic grist mill in Ozark, Missouri, the menu presents grain-based comfort meals such as cornmeal dumplings and sourdough pizza.
The new food truck also serves brunch on weekends at Hold Fast Brewing.
Here, chef-owner Nelly Baxter shares more about dishes from her native Peru and her favorite places to eat in town.
Featuring housemade cornbread, poached eggs, chorizo and poblano hollandaise sauce, the dish brings flavors of the American Southwest and Latin America to the table.
Each order is drizzled with sweet sauce and topped with various sprinkles, candies, nuts and more.
When it comes to enjoying the great outdoors, we say forget the sleeping bags and beef jerky. These three Missouri glamping sites take a page from the bed-and-breakfast book, offering plush beds inside big, beautiful tents as well as on-site meals to please epicures of all sorts.
A one-stop shop for everything from heirloom vegetables to heritage meats to baked goods, the Farmers Market of the Ozarks welcomes producers and makers from southwest Missouri – or within a 150-mile radius of Springfield, to be exact. These five vendors provide a taste of the Ozarks year-ro…
In bygone days, the Galloway neighborhood was a township. Springfield, Missouri, residents would hop on “The Frisco” (the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway) for a weekend excursion to Galloway Village, where they’d explore Sequiota Cave and try to catch a glimpse of the sparkling waterfall inside.
This time of year, we’re all trying to soak up the sun and savor farm-fresh produce while we still can. At these Springfield, Missouri, establishments, you can do both. They offer some of the best seasonal salads in town – and many have beautiful patios to boot.
It's the most wonderful time of the year: patio season! Temperatures are rising and restaurants are breaking out their patio furniture. To celebrate, we've rounded up our favorite al fresco spots in Springfield, Missouri, from quaint courtyards to trendy cocktail bars.