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Formerly known as The Stable, this bar/restaurant a shrine to great beer. There are two dozen brews on tap, most of which you won't find on draft or in bottles at other area bars. The list of bottled brew is as extensive as a fine restaurant's wine list. The menu features food that is primarily beer-friendly: pizzas, sandwiches and shared appetizers. The pizzas are good, with a soft-but-still-chewy crust. Here, sandwiches are known as "grinders" and include several loose-meat selections. In the late evening, local cover bands and blues acts grace the club's small stage; they sound great reverberating off the lofty ceilings.
"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." (MissouriWine.org)
"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." (MissouriWine.org)
Beer is the first order of business at this midtown brewpub. Buffalo Brewing Co. turns out a small but solid range of beers, from the easy-drinking Buffalo Gold to the, uh, evocatively named Buffalo Drool (it's an American brown ale) to the downright tasty rye IPA. The menu offers beer-friendly fare: burgers, fried fish, wings and pizza. As the name might suggest, bison is available in burger, sausage and chili form; in addition, ground bison is combined with ground beef in the meatloaf. Tours of the brewery (located on site) are available.
"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." (MissouriWine.org)
The Civil Life Brewing Company is Tower Grove South’s hidden destination for beer geeks as well as those new to craft beer. The cozy wood-paneled space has a long bar, a communal table and an upstairs with smaller tables and private snugs. The space is part English pub and part German beer hall. Civil Life specializes in malt-driven session beers, with almost every selection falling between four and six percent alcohol. The beer and food have won this spot a loyal following of regulars, especially from the neighborhood. Patrons enjoy beer and conversation, a game of darts or ring the bull, or they sit at the bar and read a book. There is no television, but the little library upstairs is a great hangout. This old-school pub closes early and only accepts cash. Bring some money if you don’t want to hit the on-premises ATM. And be prepared for a very civil evening.
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