Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

203 South Glenstone, Springfield, Missouri, 65802, United States
BEST WESTERN Route 66 Rail Haven
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Very Good
38%
115
Average
7%
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Poor
2%
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  • Couples89
  • Solo95
  • Business90

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Little Town, Big Theater

by mrclay2000

The original Landers Theater (now the Springfield Little Theater) has sat on Walnut Street since 1909, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Since its founding it has served as either a true dramatic stage or a motion picture theater. Fanny Brice and John Phillip Sousa have appeared on its stage, and Kathleen Turner and Tess Harper got their early starts here. The Springfield Little Theater produces about six plays each season, and enjoys an annual attendance of some 50,000, making it the largest (as well as the oldest) civic theater in operation in Missouri. Web: www.landerstheatre.org

Vacant Castles

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The Pythian Home was built in 1915 of limestone for use by the fraternal order of the Knights of Pythias and others receiving their bounty. Sold to the US government during WWII, this imposing structure sits on the fringe of what formerly belonged to Evangel University, but has since been sold into private ownership. Today, the National Guard either owns the building, the area around it, or both, so that it should not seem surprising to see jeeps and military materiel in the vicinity.

Izumi Hatake (Japanese for...

by turabiangirl

Izumi Hatake (Japanese for 'spring field' -- really)
This hip Japanese restaurant is owned by a white guy who employs a (european?) chef. The sushi guy is Asian, at least. Overall, this is a great eating establishment. My boyfriend, who is a food snob from the SF Bay area and an Asian to boot, even grudgingly admits that the food is 'pretty good.'

Here's a funny story: after the last time we ate there (April 2002) we left & headed back to our car. We noticed a lot of noisy birds flying overhead--odd for that time of evening--then we realized that they were bats. Thousands of them! We watched them for a long time until they all disappeared into the chimney of an adjacent (abandoned) building. Weird. GYOZA!! I crave this stuff. Gyoza are little stuffed dumpling-type things filled with pork, cabbage, and who knows what else. Izumi Hatake's gyoza is the best I've had so far (although my experience is sadly limited.)

Their shrimp & filet mignon is also quite credible considering that we are about a thousand miles inland in every direction.

New in town

by Moustique about Ocean Zen

New restaurant in town!!! Always very exciting for me and seafood even better. This place has some sushi on the menu but is more into thier entrees. It's a nicely decorated place with always nice looking cars in the parking lot. I have only been here once and loved it. I have not heard of anyone whom has not like this place Try the drunken shrimp it is fantastic

Like a Good Neighbor

by mrclay2000

Due northeast of the Bass Pro Shops in the same corner, you'll find the newly-opened American National Fish and Wildlife Museum, whose outer and inner decor copies but complements the very best of the outdoor emporium. Stuffed animals and live animals (160 species of the latter) fill this 92,000 sq foot facility, but viewing the panorama won't be cheap. Open seven days a week, 9am to 8pm Memorial Day through Labor Day, and 9am to 6pm all other days but Christmas, adults will pay $11.25, children 4-11 $7.25, Seniors $9.25, the same price even for students and the military.

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 Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven

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Address: 203 South Glenstone, Springfield, Missouri, 65802, United States