STE.GENEVIEVE, MO - Ste. Genevieve has a lot of history in its tourism sites as it's known for being the oldest permanent European settlement in Missouri. If you have done strolling around Ste. Genevieve and get to know its town, maybe now it's a good time for you to get to know their foods. Where better way to go than some local restaurants?
Specializing in vintage baked treats, Pat's Pastries also has a vintage setting to commensurate its location in the historic downtown of Ste. Genevieve. Want to have something in line with your desire? They also offer custom orders to suit your wish. Although they specialize in baked treats, Pat's Pastries do have different menus of savory meals like soups, sandwiches, and more. As a closure, the small selection of Ebb and Flow Fermentations craft beers will complete your experience with Pat's Pastries. Visit them at 123 Merchant Street, Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670.
Opens from Monday through Thursday and Sunday, not only known for bringing wine and a slice of award-winning goat cheese onto your table, but you could also feed the goats with your own hands.
If you feel like Baetje Farms is the right occasion for your family trip, come give them a visit at 8932 Jackson School Road, Bloomsdale, MO 63627.
With the ambiance of a century-old building, Audubon's Restaurant is placed in a popular landmark of the historic downtown district of Ste. Genevieve at 9 North Main Street, Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670. Bringing you a wide range of menus from sandwiches to brick oven pizza, they will provide you a great quality of hospitality to your service too.
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