The Remote Cabin Restaurant In Missouri That Serves Up The Most Delicious Food

Missouri is loaded with history. Many of the towns situated along the Mississippi River have been established since the early 1800s. Just a short drive from St. Louis, but well off the beaten path is the tiny historic town of Kimmswick. This little town is well known for it’s annual Strawberry Festival in the spring and the Applebutter Festival in the fall. However, did you know you can dine in one of the oldest, log cabin buildings in Kimmswick? Have an extraordinary meal in this extraordinary setting!

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Wondering what other log cabin restaurants may be hiding in the Show Me State? Check out this Missouri log cabin cafe that feels just like home.