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Things we'd go to Columbia to do: Watch the Tigers get their asses handed to them on the gridiron and/or hardcourt. Browse all the cute college-town bookstores. Eat at Shakespeare's Pizza -- which might be the best pizza in St. Louis when you get right down to it, notwithstanding the 100-mile drive. Pounded out in a perpetual frenzy by a bunch of groovy-hippy college kids and post-collegiates, Shake's dough is made in both white and wheat varieties. (Yeah, wheat crusts usually suck, but these rock.) The cheese is provolone, not mozz. (It's tough to tell the difference.) And the toppings come in a nearly endless, always fresh assortment: pineapple, hand-sliced pepperoni, peppers, lean ground beef, jalapeños, broccoli.... Located right across the street from Mizzou's campus, Shakespeare's weathered-wood interior reeks of study breaks, first dates and drinking games; in short, it's a fantastic vibe. No wonder regulars traditionally send in snapshots of themselves wearing their Shakespeare's T-shirts in faraway places -- even farther away than St. Louis.
The good news? Mizzou's beloved Shakespeare's Pizza (multiple locations) is doing so well that it just expanded to its third location. The bad news? You still have to drive all the way to Columbia to ... More »
Give your mom some credit. Sure, she might be a crazy bat now, but that woman gave up liquor and soft cheese while carrying you in her womb. She endured rotting McNuggets from your Happy Meals under t... More »
All right: Your dream vacation to try all of the Michelin-starred restaurants in Paris ain't gonna happen this summer. Heck, the economy's so horrible, a trip to Paris, Texas, might be out of the question. That doesn't mean you have to settle for... More »
The week after next, China will welcome the year of the ox. In St. Louis, I'm ready to declare 2009 the year of the rabbit. This January alone I've eaten twice as many rabbit dishes as I did last year. When, uh, I had exactly one rabbit... More »
When I first moved to Columbia, freshmen year, I had heard far too much about this pizza place. It didn't live up to my monuments expectations at that point but last yea I tried it again and I was pleasantly surprised that I liked it. People built it up way too much and it didn't live up to the hype but on it's own it is a very good pizza. Personally I can't get enough of the canadian bacon there, it's fantastic. The only downside is that the wait for the food is pretty sizable, usually about 20 or so minutes for a pizza, sometimes much longer.
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