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Outlaw's BBQ is a wonderful little casual dining BBQ restaurant with delicious food and friendly service! The menu offers quite a variety of things, but be sure to try the burnt ends and the ribs. Also, Ron's Salad is one of the best I've ever had. The prices are reasonable, and they have frequent drink specials that make this one of my favorite stops!
Favorite Dish: RIBS-tender, excellent flavor
RON'S SALAD-fresh, great fried chicken, and delightful dressing!
BURNT ENDS-My favorite anywhere! I LOVE burnt ends, and have tried them at every BBQ restaurant I have visited, but none compare with Outlaw's!!!
Written May 29, 2008
Address: Kearney, MO
Prowlers through the Mt Olivet graveyard looking for Jesse James will eventually come across an odd sign. The sign purports to direct the visitor to a nearby merchant in order to "buy a piece of the tree that shaded Jesse James." If in fact James is buried in Mt Olivet, the purchase might seem sensible to collectors. If not, the tree cube would be no more valuable than a chunk of tofu, just another hoax in American lore.
Updated Oct 26, 2003
Today's Jesse James Farm is a modern success story, but also the local racket. Visitors must stop at a James Museum and pay $6.50 for adults to visit a tiny house shown only by tour. The house itself is primitive, filled with period implements, wooden floors and a stone hearth.
Unique Suggestions: Don't pay a dime to see the inside of the house. The attendants will allow you to traipse outside the farmhouse, the outhouse and the slaves' quarters for free.
Fun Alternatives: During this tour you can peer inside the farmhouse to see how paying $6.50 might or might not embellish your visit.
Written Oct 26, 2003
A true James' enthusiast would visit all the associated places in Kearney before venturing the short hour and change to St Joseph. There, apart from a wealth of historical wonders, the visitor can tour the small home in which James was murdered in 1882. Though relocated to its new position near the Pony Express Offices, the home still begs the visitor to "see the bullet hole."
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Phone: (816) 232-8206