4.5 based on 217 reviews
After a really long road trip, we found this great place online. So delicious!!! It was completely worth the stop. It is clean and casual. Alexis was our server and she was attentive, pleasant, and took wonderful care of us. We had an appetizer of fried mushrooms that was amazing. I ordered the Kentucky Bourbon burger with skillet potatoes and onions. I swear it was the best burger I have had on years. My husband loved his New York Strip woth bbq topped baked potato and salad. Yop all that off with a pitcher of sweet tea and we are happy campers. We will definitely recommend this place and come back. Thanks for a nice visit!
4.5 based on 25 reviews
This is a newer trendy looking coffee/ice cream shop in a newer part of town. We only had coffee and cookies, which were average. We saw several people eating sandwiches which looked pretty good. One unisex bathroom with poor ventilation. Popular locals hang out.
5 based on 10 reviews
Just back from a very enjoyable 1400 mile top-down scenic byway cruze thru Arkansas and S.Missouri without reservations.
As we travel the back roads in pursuit of curiosities we try and avoid chains and look for locally owned and operated establishments.
After spending the previous night in Mammoth Springs we were hoping to find a nice lil mom n' pop diner for a good country breakfast and wow did we ever...
We turned off scenic Hwy 19 into the small town of Alton, Mo and on the corner of the town square was this big old brick building that housed Grandma's Kitchen.
As we stepped inside the atmosphere was warm and friendly with many antiques and collectables on display.
We enjoyed a very tasty breakfast and great service and old fashioned small town prices.
Now, Grandma's Kitchen in Alton, Mo. is on our list of places to stop while in the area.
Check em out, you'll be glad ya did.
Cya down the road....... ... .. .O o- Carl (BC Mayor..=)~
4.5 based on 8 reviews
I go to Chantilly's Artisan Bakery every now and then. I hadn't been in some time since I'm not working in West Plains. I stopped in when I was in West a Plains and got an Artisan white loaf, a Oreo Cupcake, and a Margarita Cupcake. Mary was very friendly and explained each selection. I ate a cupcake out in the car before I drove off. There's no doubt this is the best food on the square.
4 based on 7 reviews
The people were friendly. The food was ready quickly they reassured that your order was correct. They are also military friendly there. The restaurant was clean although it looked smaller than other Dairy Queen's.
5 based on 54 reviews
*** Voted #1 Pizza in West Plains*** OZARK PIZZA Come to Ozark Pizza in West Plains, Missouri for great food and atmosphere! We serve pizzas, calzones, sandwiches, salads, and more! Create your own pizza or choose from one of our signatures - Chicken Bacon Ranch, New Yorker, Spinach Alfredo, and Supreme! Our appetizers include Cheesy Sticks and Pita Sampler, and don't forget to try our sandwiches such as the Grilled Chicken Pita, Hot Italian, and Meatball Panini! We now are serving beer & wine. Find us near the corner of Dixon St. and Washington Ave. We're just a couple of blocks east of Missouri State University - West Plains. Dine in or carryout!
This is a small restored older downtown place with thin crust (not cracker) pizza, mild tom sauce and plenty of cheese and toppings. We had a small "Ozark" pie, which was a meat lovers special, drinks, all in for $11. Too cheap; they need to charge more for such good pizza.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
My husband and I really enjoy walking to the Court House Square where we may take a step back in time at this great little café located in the old Aid Hardware building, built in 1914. The lunch wrap was just great and there are always pastries or pies waiting for desert. If you have time, you can peruse the store for antiques after coffee.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
After trying a different restaurant every week while we were there for dr. appts, we like Ozark Cafe the best. Good variety, nice specials, friendly staff & owner, plenty of seating too. They recently remodeled the exterior & it looks good. Of course, we have our favorite waitress. I don't think she ever has a bad day. :) Will be there again Sunday & Monday & again on 10/25.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
The first rule of fried catfish: No matter what kind of breading one should still be able to taste the fish. Sadly, this was not my experience here despite the many positive reviews. I’ve eaten a lot of good catfish over the years, especially in coastal Georgia, so I do have some prior history. To be fair, the restaurant was very busy the weekend night I went, so maybe it was just a bad night. A goodly number of fish pieces were served with “country” breading. But this breading was quite thick and I actually needed a fork and knife, with some pressure, to cut thru it. Inside were the smallish catfish pieces. I suspect fish spent way too much time in the fryer. The hush puppies had a similar rock-hard presentation. They were basically inedible. The coleslaw and the fried were tasty. The servers were quite pleasant even though they were running like crazy to keep up. Perhaps a less busy night might be better.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
This restaurant always has good Mexican "Style" food. Good service, even though some of the waiters do not speak "Inglis" very well. Have two of the El Charro restaurants in town, so if one is busy we go to the other.
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