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"Located 5 miles west of Waverly on Highway 24, Baltimore Bend Vineyard is a family owned and operated business that was started because of a love of wine and a thirst for an understanding of the winemaking process. Located in the northeastern corner of Lafayette County between the Missouri River and historic Highway 24, the area was a focal point of travel and commerce during the19th century, and lies on the path of the expeditionary company of Lewis & Clark and parts of the Santa Fe Trail. The vineyard and winery lie close to a bend in the Missouri River that legend suggests was named after a sunken boat called "Baltimore." (
A Columbia institution since the Chester A. Arthur administration, Booches is a legend among residents and expatriates - not to mention burger aficionados everywhere - for its tasty burgers and cheeseburgers. The burgers aren't that big, by today's standards, so you might want to take your server's advice and order two (at least). No secret here, just simple, beefy brilliance. So good you won't even mind that you can't order fries or onion rings. Be sure to check out the old-school pool and snooker tables and the rows of cues padlocked to the wall. Note: In true, old-school fashion, Booches is cash only.
"Located between Warrensburg and Knob Noster, just south of 50 Highway at "P" junction. Bristle Ridge was established in 1979, as the first vineyard and winery in Johnson County Missouri. It has been in the same family since that time. All of the wines are made from grapes grown in the vineyards and range from dry to sweet. The wines each have the fruit flavor from the grapes. Speciality wines are made from fruit within the state to remain "Made In Missouri". The view from the porch to the North is a truly relaxing experience and also boasts spectacular sun sets. The tasting room/gift shop offers a large selection of commodities. Available for: Conversations, Celebrations, Occasions and Events." (
"Three miles east of Lone Jack, MO, at the intersection of 50 Highway and Sam Moore Road.The Bynum family owns and operates the Bynum Winery. The family was amongst the earliest settlers to what became Lone Jack, Missouri in 1836. Mr. Bynum's great, great-uncle, George Shawhan was a famous whiskey maker before Prohibition. Carrying on the family tradition, Floyd Bynum opened the winery in 1989. Nestled in the rolling hills of western Missouri, not far from Kansas City, Bynum Winery is a 6-acre vineyard with plans to develop over 30 acres in time. They produce both red and white wines along with fruit wines. If you plan to visit Bynum Winery and need more information, please write." (
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