Sikeston /ˈsaɪkstən/ is a city located both in southern Scott County and northern New Madrid County, in the state of Missouri. It is situated just north of the "Missouri Bootheel", although many locals consider Sikeston a part of it. By way of Interstate 55, Interstate 57, and U.S. Route 60, Sikeston is close to the halfway point between St. Louis, Missouri and Memphis, Tennessee and three hours from Nashville, Tennessee. The city is named after John Sikes, who founded it in 1860. It is the principal city of the Sikeston Micropolitan Statistical Area, which consists of all of Scott County, and has a total population of 41,143.
Restaurants in Sikeston
4 based on 17 reviews
Went to the last night of the rodeo because my family loves Aaron Lewis' music. If anybody says this is good family entertainment then they must have never went. Nothing but a bunch of drunk people and barely dressed nasty women trying to show everything they've got. People hanging on fence preventing people from being able to see. The local sheriff's department provided security inside and did a poor job. Will definitely never go back. Not worth the money.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
This restored 1916 depot, on the National Registry of Historic Places,features a historic museum and art gallery featuring local and visiting artists. Its cultural center displays traveling exhibits from national museums. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 AM-4 PM.
The displays Of antique Railway maintenance & station items, were only surpassed,, in interest, to those from the railway cars. I've been a "railroader" all my live, growing up in a small railway crossroad town. I still found items of interest that are seldom seen. Hopefully the tourist & area enthusiasts can raise some $'s to upgrade this fine centerpiece, of thi city & county.
4 based on 17 reviews
This municipality has done a stellar job of restoring & maintaining the brick streets, downtown. The train station is a stellar centerpiece of the old town. Being Sunday, we didn't find much activity, but we enjoyed strolling around the area. We found a great breakfast, at a downtown place.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We stopped in on March 2, 2016. It was about 6:00 p.m. and we decided that we both wanted a full meal. So we chose Cheers. Service was fast and waitress came back several times to check on us. Food was hot and fresh as usual. (They give you quiet a bit of food on your plate for what you pay). They have live bands several nights a week for a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
3 based on 51 reviews
With nearly three dozen stores, you can shop to your heart's content at the only outlet shopping center between St Louis and Memphis.
There are only a few good stores left, the rest have closed. I have noticed over the past year or so the prices have gone up by at least double. The sales have gone to 50-75% off to 25-50% off, mainly 25%. Many of the stores are far from outlet as their prices are more expensive than department store prices. I'll go back of I have to, otherwise I will just go 30 miles north to cape and shop.
JP's Place is one of the hottest new spots in Southeast Missouri, It is 6400sq ft and 1200 of that is dance floor. We have some of the best wings, pizza and tater skins ya can ask for. DJ Mike is spinning some good tunes all night just for you. We are open from 11am till 01:30am Wednesday thru Saturday. Come check us out.
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