Missouri has some amazing restaurants to experience, but one stands out of the rest as being the best fine dining experience in the Show-Me State.

If you win, inherit, or want to spend a ton of cash at a restaurant, according to 247 Tempo the place to do that in Missouri is at Pierpont's at Union Station. Look, going out to any restaurant whether it's fast food or fine dining is expensive, but Pierpont's is on a whole different level.

Why is Pierpont's the Best?

First, the restaurant is located in the historical Union Station in Kansas City so the atmosphere alone is stunning. Try the "Big Boy" Tower this dish comes with six Latin cocktails, 1 pound crab legs, 8 oysters, 2 lobster cocktails, 10z hackleback caviar, razor claims in black garlic mostarda, ginger cider mignonette, and lemon (WOW) this lovely dish will cost $220.

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Ok. That's the most expensive dish at the restaurant, there are plenty of dishes and meals under $30 and it all looks amazing. If you have a big event like an anniversary, a milestone birthday, maybe even graduation this would be a fun place to go.

The experts at 247 Tempo say,

In this historic 1914-vintage train depot, seafood towers and appetizers like Buffalo cauliflower and hand-cut steak tartare lead into main courses like pan-seared Baja sea bass with forbidden rice.

Every now and then it's fun to just get all dressed up and go out to celebrate something big. Remember, treat yourself every now and then. It's ok to have fun and spend a little money on yourself.

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