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Re: 'Stovebolt-worthy' places to eat [Re: Shakey61] #1331488 Mon Oct 28 2019 02:02 AM
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Don,

Maybe they're waiting until they patronize the locations again, so they can get photos etc., like the original post asked. I have several more to add, but I haven't revisited them yet.

I think my next one will be a BBQ joint on the south side of Moberly.

-Kevin


This is what happens when you live with a house-full of women, the wife and daughters name all the cars:
1960 Impala - "Frankie" (Frank Sinatra)
1961 Apache - " 'Mater Jr." (wrecker)
1972 SuperBeetle Convertible - "Juliet"
1976 SuperBeetle Convertible - "Olaf"
1988 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce - "Romeo"
Re: 'Stovebolt-worthy' places to eat [Re: Shakey61] #1331599 Mon Oct 28 2019 06:15 PM
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I started not too, but I will go ahead and mention Lambert's in Sikeston, MO. (The home of the Throwed Rolls.) It has become a tourist attraction where busloads of senior citizens stop and wait for an hour to be seated. I grew up about 20 miles east of there. The original location was a small mom and pop café that would seat no more than 25 people. Outgrowing that place they moved into a larger facility that was once called the War Drum. Some time later they built their present restaurant/ store/ museum. It's still a fun place to go, the food's good and they really do throw the fresh, hot dinner rolls. smile

Re: 'Stovebolt-worthy' places to eat [Re: Shakey61] #1331654 Tue Oct 29 2019 12:15 AM
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Murphy's Bar and Grill - Riverside, IA

Great breaded pork tenderloin, burgers, and more!

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His: 1947 Chevrolet 3100
Hers: 2008 American Saddlebred

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Re: 'Stovebolt-worthy' places to eat [Re: HandyAndy] #1331660 Tue Oct 29 2019 12:54 AM
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Originally Posted by HandyAndy
Murphy's Bar and Grill - Riverside, IA

Great breaded pork tenderloin, burgers, and more!


Very nice! The truck color even matches the awning!

-Kevin


This is what happens when you live with a house-full of women, the wife and daughters name all the cars:
1960 Impala - "Frankie" (Frank Sinatra)
1961 Apache - " 'Mater Jr." (wrecker)
1972 SuperBeetle Convertible - "Juliet"
1976 SuperBeetle Convertible - "Olaf"
1988 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce - "Romeo"
Re: 'Stovebolt-worthy' places to eat [Re: Shakey61] #1332811 Thu Nov 07 2019 12:41 AM
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I found this place last weekend!

KC Baby Back Ribs

Located alongside Highway 50 in Sedalia MO. I had the rib sandwich and Cajun potato salad. It was very good! Lots of outdoor seating and two indoor seating areas. Quick service, clean, and with friendly staff. They smoke their meat on-site; their smoker is in the left of the photo, behind my Avalanche.

It was my weekend to play soldier, so no 'Mater Jr. in the photo, just my Avalanche.

Judging from their website, (which seems to be under construction) they have another location in Oak Grove, MO.

KC Baby Back Ribs
1403 E. Broadway
Sedalia MO 65301
(660) 826-5855

kcbabybackribs.com
kcbabybackribshack@gmail.com

-Kevin

Edit: https://www.kcbabybackribs.com/
Don

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Last edited by 2-Ton; Thu Nov 07 2019 05:16 PM.

This is what happens when you live with a house-full of women, the wife and daughters name all the cars:
1960 Impala - "Frankie" (Frank Sinatra)
1961 Apache - " 'Mater Jr." (wrecker)
1972 SuperBeetle Convertible - "Juliet"
1976 SuperBeetle Convertible - "Olaf"
1988 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce - "Romeo"
Re: 'Stovebolt-worthy' places to eat [Re: Shakey61] #1332891 Thu Nov 07 2019 05:10 PM
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Kevin
How about a meet up next week with 35Mike?
Meet at Mikes powder coating shop.
https://showmepowder.com/

Then eat at Mojo's on the north west side of Fulton.
https://www.facebook.com/mojosbbqandgrillfultonmo/
You pick the day and time.

Oh, and read your PM's
Don

Last edited by 2-Ton; Thu Nov 07 2019 05:13 PM.

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