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The Scoop: New restaurant makes trip to Augusta even more pleasant

August 24th 03:08pm, 2010

082410_MtPleasantHey, Missouri wine lovers! Mount Pleasant Winery now offers an option for visitors who want more than just grab-‘n-go fare. Appellation Café, located in the Augusta winery’s remodeled grocery building, features fine cuisine coupled with the estate’s award-winning wines, each of which are now for sale by the glass or bottle.

Sure, you can still opt for gourmet quick-picks from The Express Corner, but now you can also relax in the 30-seat dining area or head to the patio where you can enjoy a Reuben sandwich or their Lewis and Clark burger while sipping a glass of Mount Pleasant’s award-winning Villagio, Vignoles or Norton – all with the scenic Missouri River valley in the backdrop. The atmosphere is casual, just order at the counter and a member of the café’s wait staff will bring the food to your table.

Appellation Café serves lunch daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The restaurant is open weekends only December through February.

By Ligaya Figueras

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One Response to “The Scoop: New restaurant makes trip to Augusta even more pleasant”

  1. Sue Says:
    August 24th, 2010 at 4:11 pm

    Won’t be going back to Mount Pleasant anytime soon. Since they stopped allowing any outside snacks or food, and their wine is more expensive than comparable wineries, they have priced themselves right out of a lot of our budgets.

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