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    by thumperhm Written Aug 26, 2002

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    I used to work here, and let me tell you from an insider view that the food, service, management, and prices are quite good. You get a lot for your money, have a great mellow atmosphere, and quality food from pasta or steak to a sandwich or salad.

    Favorite Dish: Hmmm, that's a tough one. I would recommend trying the Combination Salad (wow) and Pasta con Broccoli. The bread is amazing as well. ;)

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  • by Starlas Written Aug 25, 2002

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    My favorite place to eat in Jeff City is Madison's and Alexandro's. The atmosphere of these two restaurants are very cozy. Madison's specializes in pasta and salads. Alexandro's has excellent steaks and seafood, not to mention wine.

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Jefferson City Nightlife

  • by Starlas Written Aug 25, 2002

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    The nightlife in Jeff City is minimal but some of the fun places to hang out are Bones and Spectators.

    Dress Code: Anything goes just about.

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Jefferson City Off The Beaten Path

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    by thumperhm Written Aug 26, 2002

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    A few of my favorite things are:
    1. Order a pizza from the steps or fountains of the Capital.
    2. Walk around the lake at McKay Park (located off of Southwest Blvd on Sunshine Street).
    3. Hike down to the old abandoned Quarry - this is just a great little hidden place! It was an old quarry that folk legend has suddenly filled up with water so that the huge crane is still under the water (unseen). You have to go to the park behind Lincoln University's track and find a little path in the woods by the parking lot until you get to what looks like a little lake walled by cliffs. It's fabulous to just feel like your in a historical hidden valley. :)

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  • by Starlas Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Across the river about 4 miles or so from the bridge is a new Winery called Summit Winery. I haven't had the opportunity to take any pictures but hopefully I will this weekend, if so I'll post them soon.

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