History Loves Brunch

The history of brunch dates back to the late 1800’s. While there are many theories on how brunch actually came to be, we know the first publication using the word brunch came from Guy Beringer who wrote an article in Hunter’s Weekly. Beringer was tired of heavy, loaded lunches after church and wanted something around…

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History Loves Thanksgiving

Since today is Thanksgiving, it only seemed appropriate to give a brief history of this amazing holiday where we all sit around (some hungover), Macy’s Thanksgiving parade in the background, stuffing our faces, watching football, and trying desperately to snag the last of the deviled eggs. Why is there never enough deviled eggs? It’s hard…

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History Loves Paint

In 2017, the phone of Archeologist Adam Brumm buzzed–indicating a message with an attachment. He opened it up to see a fairly bizarre image of three little pigs that appeared to be leaping across a limestone wall of a cave found on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi. It is believed that this display (painted on…

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History Loves Red Cross

If you’ve been around here for a while, then you know we mentioned the Red Cross in one of our very first blogs. That’s because there’s a large photo hanging in our bar area that you really should come to check out. What is pictured is Lamy’s Manufacturing Auxillary Red Cross volunteers along with historic…

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History Loves Company

We know, we know. It’s the name of our blog and we’re using it as a title, but in all actuality, there’s no better time to talk about company than as we head into the Holiday Season. The idea of gathering together for anything and everything isn’t new, is it? People were created to be…

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History Loves Winning

Let’s just face it and call the spade a spade. No one likes losing. Have you ever met someone that was just thrilled to be a loser? No, those people don’t exist. Or not in our circles, and our circles are fairly large. We enjoy winning. In life, in sports, and around the table. Do…

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History Loves Old Denim

Have you heard the latest in Levi’s denim? I’m sure you have, but we’re sharing it here, anyway. This week, a pair of Levi’s jeans from the 1880s (that had been found about 5 years ago in an abandoned mine by a “denim archeologist”) went up for auction. They were then purchased by 23-year-old Kyle…

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History Loves Fine Wine

Oh hey there, fellow wine-o’s! We can’t wait to talk about the history of wine with you. If you want to know how far back wine goes…well, it was Jesus’ first miracle. So, it’s a bit of a big deal, you could say, dating back to Biblical times. The American love affair with wine wasn’t…

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History Loves Mizzou

We live in Missouri, so naturally, we’re Mizzou fans. Does this come with pain and hurt on some of the fall Saturdays? You bet your field goals, it does. But, still, we gather, weekend after weekend, game after game to cheer on that black and gold team. It’s in our blood, our DNA, the very…

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History Loves Fall

According to Google, Fall is the best season of all! I mean, did we check multiple articles to get the results we wanted? We plead the 5th. But, Fall is certainly here and we are here for it! To kick off this glorious season, we released a brand new menu! You’re gonna flip over the…

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