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America's Strangest Restaurants

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Courtesy of the Missouri Division of Tourism

Reservation for two, party of kitsch, your table is ready at these strange restaurants.

The Cave, Richland, MO

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If you’ve always wondered what it’d be like to dine like Batman (you know, in a cave), this 250-seat restaurant overlooking the Gasconade River is for you. Work up an appetite for the American steakhouse menu—stuffed mushrooms, fried pickles, jalapeño poppers, breaded mac ‘n’ cheese—with a pre-meal canoe session or classic Missouri float trip. For a fun dining companion/photo op, request a table next to the crude mountain lion taxidermy. thecaverestaurantandresort.com

What to Eat: A “Boulder Cut” (24 oz.) of prime beef, Fridays and Saturdays.

America's Strangest Restaurants

The Cave, Richland, MO

If you’ve always wondered what it’d be like to dine like Batman (you know, in a cave), this 250-seat restaurant overlooking the Gasconade River is for you. Work up an appetite for the American steakhouse menu—stuffed mushrooms, fried pickles, jalapeño poppers, breaded mac ‘n’ cheese—with a pre-meal canoe session or classic Missouri float trip. For a fun dining companion/photo op, request a table next to the crude mountain lion taxidermy. thecaverestaurantandresort.com

What to Eat: A “Boulder Cut” (24 oz.) of prime beef, Fridays and Saturdays.

Courtesy of the Missouri Division of Tourism
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