Festus is a city in Jefferson County, Missouri, United States. The population was 11,602 individuals at the 2010 census. Festus and its particular neighbor Crystal City are often collectively known as the "Twin Cities"; however, they are incorporated separately.
Restaurants in Festus
4.5 based on 46 reviews
You can enjoy a casual afternoon tasting delicious wines paired with authentic Italian cuisine while listening to live music with friends. We are open year round. Our Four Season Room with its cozy stone fireplace will keep you warm in winter months while our beautiful outdoor grounds will delight you in warmer months. Enjoy live music while sipping one of our award winning wines and taking in the beautiful views. We have extended hours on many Fridays, May -October. Please visit our website for special hours and events.
So I had been here once about 6 years ago and it looked so different this time! Lots of places to enjoy the nice weather outside and good selection of food all at a reasonable price. The wine was good and I'd recommend the chardonel at $18 a bottle. Pretty property and on the weekends they have live music. Was a few miles off the highway but not hard to find with gps.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Walked this at lunchtime for ex revise and sight see. Goes on forever and has everything you can thing of. Even Dunkin Donuts
5 based on 21 reviews
This park has stellar walking/jogging path parked in .25 miles. It also has lakes, fishing, playground, pavilions----everything you need. It's clean and safe. Other joggers/walkers are friendly but give you neede space.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Reflect on the greatness of the Mississippi River and the legacy of public schools that Gov. Daniel Dunklin left Missouri at Gov. Daniel Dunklin’s Grave State Historic Site. Perched on a bluff above the river at Herculaneum, the grave of Missouri’s fifth governor provides a quiet place to reflect on Missouri, then and now.
This FREE historic site interprets the role of Dunklin in Missouri's history, and provides a scenic overlook of the Mississippi River.
Perched on a bluff above the "mighty Mississippi" River at Herculaneum, this grave provides a quiet place to reflect on Missouri, then and now.
Gov. Dunklin sought to establish public schools on a firm and stable basis. In 1834, he recommended that a site for a state university be chosen and partially funded through the sale of land. Five years later, the University of Missouri became a reality.
This state historic site is in a very peaceful and tranquil setting with ample benches for sitting and reflecting and handicapped accessible.
Pack a picnic lunch to take along and enjoy the view and learn the history about this man.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
First visit was for a bridal shower! It was ADORABLE & LOVELY !!!! The owners were amazing to work with and so helpful!!! Wonderful music ? & wine ?! Such a beautiful setting & wonderful time, I suggested 7 of my girlfriends meet there for...MoreThank you so much NanaDeDe! I am happy you enjoyed our little winery. Winemaker and Co owner Mark
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