Kirksville is a city in and the county seat of Adair County, Missouri, United States. Located in the Benton Township, its population was 17,505 at the 2010 census. Kirksville is home to two colleges: Truman State University and A.T. Still University.
Things to do in Kirksville
4.5 based on 70 reviews
The tiny restaurant serves the best Greek food I've ever eaten. Located on the corner of Franklin St and Jefferson St, sit-down dining is available. They also have a patio for outside dining. They have a wide variety of Greek food and Chicago style hotdogs!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Stopped to have coffee and just loved the setting so we had coffee and a sandwich. Excellent sandwich made with love. Fresh coffee! Customers were a mix of students and non-students. Old building but a comfortable setting. I had the walnut maple pumpkin cookie and my friend had a chocolate chip cookie. Mine was excellent; my friend's cookie was "tasteless"...it was missing an ingredient but not sure what was missing? Recommend. Free wifi.
3.5 based on 11 reviews
high school kids working don't care at all about customer service. Soda machine wasn't working and still charged me for drinks knowing the machine was not working right. drinks were flat and when I went back to ask for different drink kid basically said sorry they are all like that. He was trying to sell drinks to another customer instead of letting her know the machine was broke. He almost didn't want to give me my money back when I asked. Place was absolutely dirty and disgusting w food and trash all over the floors and walls overflowing the trash can.
4 based on 138 reviews
In the small town of Kirksville there is not a huge number of restaurants and especially not many open on a Sunday evening. This one was convenient to area hotels and is close by the university as well, so it is understandably popular with travelers and families. I ordered a sirloin and baked sweet potato. The sweet potato was wonderful. The steak was just ok - a little more done than the medium rare I ordered and therefore a bit tough. My daughter’s salmon was undercooked - I know salmon and its prep and it shouldn’t be dry - this was near raw in the middle. She ate around it, and didn’t want to send it back. Her side vegetables were excellent. Rolls are wonderful - soft, warm, and drizzled with melted butter.
Prices are very inexpensive which makes this a good choice for families. You won’t find fine wines or upscale martinis - but there is bar service and soft drinks/tea. A diner in another booth was celebrating a birthday, which brought the servers with a sundae and cow bells. It was cute.
Judging from the full parking lot this is a place that will continue to be popular.
4 based on 65 reviews
Pronounced "polly eyes) this local pizza place has been around forever (almost!) Everyone goes there--- college kids, business people, families, visitorsetc. Pagliai's Ronzas have a reputation for uniqueness. I find them ok, but my daughters love them. The pizza is average to good, and sometimes the service is fast and other times it's dreadfully slow. The attraction to Pagliai's is a crowd of people eating, laughing, talking and enjoying a local icon. Lest you think I'm painting a dreary picture I am not. If you are a visitor you must go to Pagliai's. Be sure to take your kids or friends, have some pizza and laugh a lot!
5 based on 25 reviews
Take Root Cafe is a non-profit pay-what-you-can cafe in Kirksville, Missouri. We combine the concept of a cafe and a community center, providing a space that allows everyone, regardless of means, access to healthy food. We are open for lunch 11-2 and dinner 5-8. In between those hours, we serve coffee, tea, and snacks.
First of all, the atmosphere is wonderful. A great place to relax and enjoy your friends and meet others who are like minded in the pursuit of eating local, fresh food. The food is delish and there is a good mix of choices for all... carnivores, vegetarians and vegans alike. They are always introducing something new and reaching out to the community with events, music, etc. It is a pay as you can, meaning you can pay the suggested price of the meal, or more as a donation, or only just what you can afford, so everyone that comes in can have a delicious, healthy meal.
4 based on 78 reviews
We went for breakfast. The restaurant is easy to find and accessible from two streets. There is plenty of parking. The server was friendly and attentive. We ordered typical breakfast meals. The meals were served quickly. The food was great. We thoroughly enjoyed our breakfast and the next time we are in Kirksville we will eat there again.
4 based on 61 reviews
If you are going to have info on ANY restaurant in Kirksville, you have GOT to have Pancake City. It's an icon in this area. Draws folks for miles.
Food was just warm. Gravy was good but not very warm. Eggs were supposed to be scrambled but were cooked flat. Not good. Hash browns were perfect but kinda cool. Service was pretty slow. When I told the waitress about the food being cold she offered to heat it in the microwave. I won't be back here again
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Average food! Not really a family restaurant. Staff was OK. Looks like a fun place for singles. Average
4 based on 29 reviews
Enjoy a wide selection of excellent foods and cocktails at the park's dining lodge. Reservations are suggested for dinner.
I went to this dining place by the lake for a breakfast buffet. Although the meal itself was quite tasty, the variety and quantity really disappointed me. I didn't even know there were places that offered a "breakfast buffet" and being so limited. Usually it is called a Brunch Buffet , but this was not the case.
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