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Cahokia was the site of the largest Mississpian Indians settlements. There are about 109 mounds in and around the area.
There is a free movie that details the archaelogical research and there is a nice museum with artifacts and representations of what life was like for the people of Cahokia.
It is closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Admission is free of charge, although a donation of $2 for adults and $1 for children is suggested.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Small restaurant but always pretty much packed. The ambience is contemporary and laid back (nothing incredible either good or bad). The food, however, is AWESOME.
Favorite Dish: I've had the General Tso's chicken and the bamboo chicken which were both out of this world. On a lot of their meals you can specify a spiciness level between 1 - 4 and I'm working my way up the list with each subsequent trip.
Written Feb 15, 2010
Address: 1140 Central Pk Dr - Suite 10, O'Fallon IL, 62269
The restaurant has a very cool ambience. Its an old mansion thats been converted to a restaurant a few years back so you can sit in a variety of different rooms in the house. I really like the setting and the food, but the service was probably as bad as anywhere I've been (I'll give it another shot and I'm hoping it gets better).
Favorite Dish: Everyone in my party had the Sea Bass and it was awesome!
Written Sep 1, 2009
Address: 1680 Mansion Way, O'Fallon IL, 62269
This particular sno-cone establishment, i have heard is quite delicious... though i cannot say from experience, but a good friend i know in college works there, and seems to enjoy it. Comments from locals? (I only post this because i used to have family in O'Fallon for quite a few years).
Written Sep 30, 2004
Jerzeys is a good place to catch the game. Tell the bartender to dial up your game on any of the many TVs and sit back drink a beer. There are pool tables, darts and the place doesn't get too smokey even when crowded.
Updated Aug 30, 2005
Address: 950 Talon Dr, O Fallon, IL 62269-1848
Phone: (618) 628-0868
Eckert's Country Store and Farms located near Scott AFB is a great place to get good old-fashion home cooking. I went to the Belleville farm and had an awesome Country fried chicken steak with fresh green beans and mashed potatoes. I added an equally delicious apple-pie with carmel sauce, YUM!
The farm has been in existence since 1837 and offers apple, peaches, strawberries, blackberries and pumpkins ripe for the picking. They take you out on a tractor bed and you go to town picking fruit. There is a craft store as well.
951 S. Green Mount Road
Belleville, IL 62220
2719 Eckert Orchard Lane
Millstadt, IL 62260
20995 Eckert Orchard Road
Grafton, IL 62037
Updated Aug 30, 2005
Phone: (618) 233-0513, 800-745-0513