Meramec Caverns - Missouri's Buried Treasure, a seven-level natural wonder!
Jesse James Wax Museum - Jesse James was the first of the West's notorious badmen. He and his brother Frank, along with their cousins the Youngers, raised bank and train robbery to an art.
Missouri Meerschaum Company - oldest and largest corn cob pipe company in the world.
Lewis Cafe - The designated "breakfast pasture". The best breakfast we've ever had! This family raises and serves their own beef. They also serve lunch and dinner. St. Clair.
Union's Legendary White Rose Cafe - The menu features "home-style" food like country fried steaks, home-made soups and chili, breakfast all day along with daily and evening specials. Most of the servers have worked at White Rose since opening day so they know how to make you feel welcome. 8.5 miles from St. Clair
Klondike Cafe - Have lunch on the deck of Montelle Winery overlooking the lush river valley. Lunch served Monday - Friday, 11:00am to 3:00pm.
The Vintage Restaurant at Stone Hill - In 1979, the Held family transformed the winery’s former carriage house and horse barn into Vintage Restaurant. Offers contemporary world cuisine, including German specialties. Vintage was nominated a “Best German Restaurant in America” by GermanDeli.com.
Take a Ride!
full routes can be viewed via the link to the 2016 Missouri Life Motorcycle Guide
The Grape Escape, pg 74, Points of Interest include: The Factory, Farmington Water Park, St. Joe State Park, Crown Ridge Tiger Sanctuary, Hawn State Park, and several vineyards and wineries.
Iron Towns, pg 76, Points of Interest include: Elephant Rocks State Park, Battle of Pilot Knob State Historic Site, Baylee Jo's BBQ, Iron County Courthouse, Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park, Mark Twain National Forest, and The Soda Fountain.
Ozark Scenic Riverways, pg. 78, sweeping, winding, hilly and some serious twists & turns, Points of Interest include: Alley Springs Mill, Rocky Falls Shut-In, Akers Ferry, Current River State Park, and Round Spring.