The FourWay Restaurant has its customers calling it the best restaurant in Cuba, Mo. since its opening in January of 2016 after a long renovation process and the trials and tribulations of life. The bright-eyed owner operator, Ms. Joan Weir ( Joanie) continued to plow forward to carry out her dream by redecorating and opening her eatery. She and her children “Chef Sam” and daughter Haley are equally charming and the atmosphere is alive with giggles and tons of nostalgia.
The Weir name is not new to the areas as their grandfather was wise enough to purchase a modest piece of land back around the time of the great depression.
The ” cabin as it’s called has been shared by grandchildren, cousins and their friends with woods leading to the beautiful Meramec River. Plenty of camping and joyful groups enjoying a float-trip relaxing down the scenic Missouri Ozark waterways.
The brightly colored building offers a unique dining experience with its warm charm providing rest and comfort for weary travelers and weekend enthusiasts. This once active 1933 gasoline station was a bustling stop for the modern automobiles cruising the historic Route 66 Highway made famous by movie stars and travelers alike.
Wonderful aromas are sent through the air along with laughter and friendly staff eager to please their guests.
The menu lists traditional American food and tasty Mediterranean Kabobs and unique appetizers and desserts.
There is an outdoor patio providing the sunshine or the shade of an umbrella while sipping a glass of wine of cold beer in the fresh country air.
Antiques and exciting relics from the magical Old RT 66 adorn the space. Anxious tourists and enthusiastic photographers are seen clicking pictures at all hours.
Be sure to stop by and say “Hello” as you won’t be disappointed. There is something for everyone in their dining room and a Kids menu to boot!