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    Places to eat on way?

    My wife and I are headed out from Northwest Indiana Thursday, Haven't really decided on route but it is about ten hours from here. Looking for interesting stopping spots considering the heat for wife to cool off. We are either heading across 74 or down to 70.
    Moonshine Is a major stop as she has not been there but it might be a little early for a burger when we come through. Now I will need coordinates of the really good spots like Moonshine and not much off the interstate would be very nice. I figure three or four stops for cold water a must so might as well go cool places never been.

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    Question Moonshine ???

    Quote Originally Posted by David Whittle View Post
    My wife and I are headed out from Northwest Indiana Thursday, Haven't really decided on route but it is about ten hours from here. Looking for interesting stopping spots considering the heat for wife to cool off. We are either heading across 74 or down to 70.
    Moonshine Is a major stop as she has not been there but it might be a little early for a burger when we come through. Now I will need coordinates of the really good spots like Moonshine and not much off the interstate would be very nice. I figure three or four stops for cold water a must so might as well go cool places never been.

    Dave could you tell me a bit about Moonshine since I have not heard of it. I am traveling to Sedalia from NE Ohio. Is Moonshine a city or a restaurant?
    Ale>< in Akron, OH and that picture is a girl with a cute smile

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    Well Moonshine coords are close to. I have not been able to make it yet but hope to some day

    N39 11.433 W87 53.739

    intersection of N 600th ST and E 300th RD

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    diners, drive-ins and dives stops....

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    Nice little ice-cream/soda parlor in Greenup, IL called the Candy Kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPeakMD View Post
    Nice little ice-cream/soda parlor in Greenup, IL called the Candy Kitchen.
    Ice Cream in Jeff City. http://www.centraldairy.biz/index.html

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    Moonshine store

    Quote Originally Posted by SHANDELAND View Post
    Thanks to everyone. Moonshine is on my list of stops now!
    Ale>< in Akron, OH and that picture is a girl with a cute smile

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    Those of us riding from the south,should stop at Lambert's in Sikeston,MO. Lunch is best,to much good food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdubarton View Post
    Those of us riding from the south,should stop at Lambert's in Sikeston,MO. Lunch is best,to much good food!
    In Ozark, MO there is also a Lambert's. Ozark is a few miles south of Springfield.

    If you stop at either you better be hungry.

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    Thanks to all, I have a few places to stop now.
    Moonshine is both a town (pop.2) and a sort of Restaurant if you think picnic tables as dinning room. They have great burgers but shut the grill off at 12:30 sharp. As you are heading there, it seems you are lost in middle of nowhere then there it is.
    Warning: once you have been there you WILL want to go back all the time. Especially the Moonshine Lunch Run every April.

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    Moonshine is worth the trouble to find. Also try ridetoeat.com. I don't leave town without consulting it.

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