I-70E/64E Dining Recommendations
We are Southern Californians, and our son is off to school at the University of Louisville. We will driving from Southern California to Louisville.
The dorm room check in is Thursday, so here is tentative itinerary..
Day 1 - I-15 to Cedar City, UT
Day 2 - I-15 to I-70 to Boulder, CO (family visit)
Day 3 - I-70 to Salina, KS
Day 4 - I70 to I-64, to Mt. Vernon, IL
Day 5 - I-64 into Louisville
We are looking for places to eat along the way.. Any ideas?
Noting too far off the beaten path, unless it is worth it!! :)
Thanks in advance.
burrito73 and wife!!!
Does that put you in St. Louis around lunchtime on a Wednesday??? Correct me if I'm wrong but if you find yourself here and hungry between 11-2 on a Wednesday- swing by The Cedars for a homemade Lebanese lunch from the ladies of St. Raymond's Church. (easy stop from downtown St. Louis)
Control yourself as you go through the line or else you'll end up with a huge bill and bring cash. last time I checked it's all they accepted for payment.... Stuffed grape leaves, meat pies, spinach pies, stuffed cabbage, kibbi, salads, hummus, etc.
Don't panic if it's a long line- it moves quickly.
939 Lebanon Dr, St Louis, MO 63104
I can stand behind both recs, but want to add that on Sundays Columbia pretty much is closed up. Murry's is closed for Monday lunches. Murry's is also on the south part of town (drive on providence well past the stadium) while Sycamore is in the downtown area.
I'll add Booche's if you want a great classic burger joint. Sycamore is more upscale and Murry's defines itself but is somewhere in the middle. You should easily be able to search the board for all of these and more in Columbia.
If I were to pick only one, I'd probably go Murry's, though.