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Review for Just Around The Corner Flooring wrote by Debra
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Pros: Great workers, polite, very professional. Never thought floors could look this good.
Cons: Really can't think of any, it was a great experience.
Comments: Really liked that they used their own employees.
Review for Eclipse Restaurant wrote by Bob L
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Cons: The food was nice, and priced at the level I expected. My problem is with the liquor prices. My 21 year old son wanted to experience a very nice bourbon, ..
Comments: The food was nice, and priced at the level I expected. My problem is with the liquor prices. My 21 year old son wanted to experience a very nice bourbon, ..
Review for Encore Comedy and Karaoke wrote by Alonda
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Pros: Nice Place to have Fun.
Cons: Can say nothing bad about the place.
Review for MT Olive Tavern wrote by Jo Ann
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Pros: Very small quaint and intimate bar. A great location to go if you're wanting to get away from the crowds.
Review for EAB General Contracting LLC wrote by Anonymous
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Pros: Down to earth and honest
Comments: Easy to work with and always returned my calls
Review for Authentic Touch wrote by Anonymous
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Pros: Great with Directions, very courtesy
Cons: none: We just was happy they didnt show up in the school bus to take us
Comments: will be using this service again.. also that was a nice that the driver had 2 rolls of quarters...

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TJ's Ali By Inn

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George Rivolo Diner

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Features: American, Breakfast, Carryout, Deli Style, Southern
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Just Bill's Place

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Lackland Inn

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Mandarin House

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China Moon

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Nick & Elena's Pizzeria

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Features: Carryout, Italian, Pizza

Taqueria La Pasadita

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About Overland

Established in 1820 as a waypoint between St Louis and St Charles Missouri, Overland has always been regarded as something of a waypoint between the sister cities. As the spread of urbanization from St. Lois has begun to touch Overland, this small city of 17,000 has become more of a bridge than anything else. Still, Overland's function in the cityscape of Missouri still seems to be of a fairly transient nature. Just south of Missouri's Lambert airport and West of University city, Overland's economy is far from self-contained, relying on funds and industry from the outlying areas to feed and house its modest population. Overland does have a few identifiers of its own, and a distinct character unto itself. It is the corporate home of the most adorable company ever, "Build-A-Bear," as well as the central concentrate manufacturing plant for the Dr. Pepper/Snapple group which reigns as the Overland's leading employer. Industry aside, Overland is primarily a residential area for growing families who work elsewhere, and as such what services do exist in the town are geared toward that purpose. Overland, Missouri boasts of no less than five community parks, the largest of which being the Garnett Estate, now owned and maintained by the city and called Wild Acres Park. So what is there to do in Overland, Missouri outside St. Lois? Unless the annual fish-fry is your thing, than those seeking fun would probably be best off traveling the 4 miles to University City, or a further 5 miles to St. Lois.

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