IntroductionIf you are new to Fort Leonard Wood, you are probably looking for easy food options as you settle in. During a move, it’s often convenient to just go with fast food, but here you can find some other options both on and off post. Take a look at these affordable suggestions if you need some help. Be sure to ask your new neighbors for top restaurant recommendations as you get to know the area better.Know what you’re hungry for? Click the links below to go straight to the information.(1-5) American Restaurants on Fort Leonard Wood(6-8) American Restaurants near Fort Leonard Wood(9-12) Mexican Restaurants near Fort Leonard Wood(13-16) Italian Restaurants near Fort Leonard Wood(17-16) Asian Restaurants near Fort Leonard WoodSuggested Read: Fort Leonard Wood Missouri: In-Depth Welcome Center19 Fort Leonard Wood RestaurantsDue to ongoing coronavirus concerns, it is best to confirm restaurant hours and restrictions before you go.American Cuisine1. Morelli Heights Bar & GrillAddress: 3404 Nebraska Ave., Bldg. 3210 Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone number: 1 (573) 329-6005At Morelli Heights Bar & Grill located on post, you can find well-priced portions of wings, nachos, and fries. They also have burgers and beers and an outdoor seating area.2. Ozark TavernAddress: Bldg. 492 North Dakota Ave. Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone number: 1 (573) 596-0001The Ozark Tavern is a casual dining sit-down restaurant on post. You can enjoy beers on tap and a full bar while you catch the game on one of their big screens. Fully Ozark themed decor creates a nice, comforting atmosphere to sit and relax in. Check out their Ozark Tinis and other specialty drinks!3. Sandwedge EateryAddress: 18694 FLW 26, Bldg. 10221 Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone number: 1 (573) 329-4770You can find the Sandwedge Eatery inside the Piney Valley Golf Course. They have great daily specials such as Mondays’ French Dip or Fridays’ Reubens, and $3 domestic beers!4. Strike ZoneAddress: 7077 Illinois Ave, Bldg. 1609 Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone number: 1 (573) 596-1498Strike Zone is inside the Daugherty Bowling Center, so you can enjoy food and snacks while knocking down pins. They have great daily specials like a $6.25 pork basket on Wednesdays. If you want to feed a big group in a social setting you’ll want to check this place out. They have more than enough room to accommodate plenty of friends and family!Restaurants Near Fort Leonard WoodAmerican Cuisine5. Randy’s Roadkill Bbq & GrillAddress: 12670 State Rt E Rolla, MO 65401Phone number: 1 (573) 368-3705Don’t be put off by its name. This local gem is tucked away, and may be a little hard to find, but is well worth it. Patrons love the rustic decor and friendly staff. Try their brisket and ribs in a two meat combo with coleslaw and mac n’ cheese.6. Carnivores Meats & DrinksAddress: 220 Marshall Dr. Ste 5, Saint Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 451-2090This place is for, you guessed it, meat lovers. Rustic but friendly, this local spot off post in Saint Robert is a reliable place for solid barbeque fare. Try their tri-tip and signature sauces.7. Cookin From ScratchAddress: 90 Truman St Newburg MO 65550Phone number: 1 (573) 762-3111Cookin’ From Scratch is located about 40 minutes north of post near Doolittle. It is an award winning restaurant that prides itself on making everything from scratch using only the freshest ingredients. They have burgers, sandwiches, steaks, and desserts!8. Callies Finger FoodsAddress: 878 Missouri Avenue 4 Saint Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 451-2447A local shop with really good prices, the favorite at Callies is the Chicago style hot dog. This place is friendly, conveniently located, and really useful for a quick bite.Mexican Cuisine9. Route 66 Taco CompanyAddress: 946 Missouri Ave. Ste 1, St. Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 232-1399Route 66 Taco Company is not your typical taco joint. They use special blends of fresh, quality ingredients to keep your taste buds stimulated. Check out their lava burrito or their wham bam shrimp tacos.10. Cancun Mexican GrillAddress: 690 Missouri Ave St. Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 336-8585Though a long way from its namesake, Cancun Mexican Grill is a local favorite in Saint Robert. They offer free chips for every table and have a robust menu with something for everyone. Check out their seafood enchiladas or their warrior chimichanga.11. Los Arcos Mexican Food & Tequila BarAddress: 1212 E State Rte 72 Rolla, MO 65401Phone number: 1 (573) 426-4388If you’re on the hunt for street style tacos, look no further. At Los Arcos, you can find a generous menu and great service. They have over 50 types of tequila as well! Try their fresh guacamole and chicken chimichangas.12. El Jimador Mexican RestaurantAddress: 220 Marshall Dr. Ste 6, Saint Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 336-7555Locals love El Jimador, with its tasty menu items and a super friendly staff, you can’t go wrong here when looking for solid Mexican fare. Fan favorites include their steak fajita plates and margarita specials.Italian Cuisine13. Tk’s PizzaAddress: 743 Missouri Ave. Saint Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 336-3278At Tk’s Pizza you’ll find hand tossed pizza for everyone. They have a 20 inch pizza for the really hungry, or a 10 inch cauliflower crust for the carb conscious. Check out some of their most popular pies including the buffalo chicken, chicken bacon ranch, and pepperoni pizzas.14. Pryor’s Fresh PizzaAddress: 100 N Bishop Ave., Rolla, MO 65401Phone number: 1 (573) 364-1293Pryor’s has been around since 1964, and their time tested flavors will not disappoint. Try their plain cheese or deluxe pizza that has had people coming back for years!15. Alex’s Pizza PalaceAddress: 122 W 8th St., Rolla, MO 65401Phone number: 1 (573) 364-2669At Alex’s Pizza Palace, you can sit down for a nice meal, or call in an order and bring a pie home. They have more than just pizza, so be sure to check out their other Italian classics like lasagna and chicken parmigiana.16. Cellar 66 Restaurant and Wine BarAddress: 115 N Benton St., Waynesville, MO 65583Phone number: 1 (573) 528-7675If you’re looking for a nice date-night spot, try out Cellar 66 located in the heart of Waynesville. Locals often start off with their meat and cheese plate. Ask the wait staff for good wine pairings as you explore their menu.Asian Cuisine17. IchibanAddress: 240 Marshall Dr. Ste 8, Saint Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 336-5036Meaning number one in Japanese, Ichiban is a local go-to for sushi and Asian fare. Check out their various specialty rolls or, if sushi is not your thing, their hibachi lunch specials.18. Cafe KoreaAddress: 839 VFW Memorial Dr. Ste 9, St. Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 336-3232Located right outside of post, Cafe Korea is a family restaurant serving authentic Korean and some Chinese cuisine. Try their beef bulgogi or their really filling bento lunch boxes!19. Glassico SushiAddress: 198 Old Rte 66, Saint Robert, MO 65584Phone number: 1 (573) 336-3877At Glassico Sushi you can get more than just sushi. They have Japanese fried chicken, fried dumplings, poke bowls, and a creamy vegetarian ramen.ConclusionSo there you have it! Begin your adventure with some of these time tested spots, and in no time, you will find your go-to spots! Explore your new area, make friends, and ask them for recommendations too. Good luck and bon appetit!The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.
Law Society president Christina Blacklaws has questioned whether new entrants to the profession are prepared for the growing reality of working alongside artificial intelligence (AI). ‘At the moment we’re training lawyers for 20th-century practices, not even for current practice,’ she told an international conference on AI in London last week. ‘There is a mismatch with what they are doing in practice today, let alone what they will be doing in future.’Blacklaws (pictured, centre) was chairing a panel at the AI Congress at which lawyers spoke of their experience of working with AI systems already implemented at magic circle firms. Sonia Cissé, managing associate at Linklaters in Paris, said her firm is already sifting through unstructured data with systems including its self-developed tool Nakhoda. Linklaters was one of the first magic circle firms to install an AI system from RAVN, now part of iManage, to organise, discover and summarise documents. The system is used on live matters, including by the firm’s banking department recently to compare 200 loan agreements, she said. Tests show that the AI system cut on average 26% of the time taken per document, displaying an average accuracy of 75%, she said: ‘These time savings are reflected in the fee we propose to clients.’ Other technology installed includes an electronic bundle creation system. Innovation consultant Peter Stovall, formerly a solicitor at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, said that the magic circle firm has a Kira AI system assisting with corporate due diligence. Among other AI systems is one to predict where time-recording entries should be made. He noted that AI was still applied in ‘very narrow use cases’ in law, reflecting the practice groups within firms. ‘Not many firms stick to one platform like the Big Four [accountants] do.’ However he predicted that ‘general AI’ – a system capable of learning any new task – was a decade away. Cissé stressed that machines were not replacing humans. ‘How do we know there’s 75% accuracy? Because we did a close check and will keep checking what happens on the machine.’ AI is helping lawyers focus on the more important strategic things, she said. ‘It also improves morale among junior lawyers – they are not expected to work such long hours.’
Share $2.54 million contract being signed by F & C Construction CompanyThe community of Grand Savanne, Salisbury will soon benefit from a $2.54 million water supply system.This, as the Dominica Water & Sewerage Company (DOWASCO) and F&C Construction Company signed the contract at the Financial Centre in Roseau on Wednesday, March 26, 2014.A 60,000 imperial gallons tank, reinforced concrete road to storage tank site 885ft x 9ft wide and associate pipe works will be undertaken as part of the project which will supply over five hundred families with pipe borne water for the first time.Over the last several decades Grand Savanne residents has been served sporadically by water created through an irrigation system for agriculture purposes.DOWASCO’s general manager, Bernard Ettinoffe who outlined the scope of work to be undertaken said the water supply will include the construction of 885 feet of road leading to the storage tank.“The project itself in the Grand Savanne area will cost 2.54 million dollars all of which is provided by the government of Dominica and we at DOWASCO are extremely pleased for that”.The Grand Savanne storage tank is the first of nine to be constructed across the country under Lot 3 of the $31 million West Coast Water Supply Project.Minister for Housing and Water Resource Management Reginald Austrie, told the signing ceremony that the commencement of the project demonstrates the “caring nature of government” in seeking to improve the lives of the people of Dominica.Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, Water Resource Minister Reginald Austrie and General Manager of DOWASCO Bernard Ettinoffe at Wednesday’s signing ceremony.Austrie noted that over $102 million has been spent on water projects thought out the island over the last five years.“Over the last five years where we have been experiencing probably the worst economic and financial crisis the world has ever seen, for any government in any part of the world to be able to invest 102 million dollars in what one may consider to be not a profitable or viable enterprise I consider it to be remarkable,” he said.Meanwhile, Prime Minister and Finance Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said the project, when completed, will be a blessing that will change the lives of the residents for the better.“No longer will they have to truck in water at prohibitive cost to meet their daily requirements, no longer will they have to dread the arrival of the dry season when the absence of rain imposed additional stress on them, no longer will they have to be worried about the risk of contracting water borne diseases by having to tap into untreated water intended to be used of irrigation purposes,” he said.Prime Minister Skerrit urged the contractor F & C Construction and DOWASCO to keep within the budget set for the project and to ensure that the quality of the work is up to the specifications in the contract.The project is expected to be completed within six months.The contract for a new water system for Belles worth 4.5 million dollars is expected to be signed soon.Eight other storage tanks across the island are expected to be constructed to the tune of 10 million dollars. Some of the areas include Clifton, Savanne Paille and Cottage.Dominica Vibes News Share Tweet LocalNews $2.54M water supply contract signed for Grand Savanne by: – March 26, 2014 Share Sharing is caring! 84 Views 2 comments
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., members of the public are invited to help spot and count Cook Inlet beluga whales at 14 staffed stations throughout Cook Inlet.This all-day citizen science celebration aims to bring together members of the public to focus on the endangered Cook Inlet beluga whale, fostering local pride, awareness, and stewardship. It’s a collaboration among a variety of federal and state agencies, local and national organizations, as well as individuals. Read More. This celebration and citizen count is free and open to the public. No registration is required. People worldwide can join in on the Belugas Count Facebook page, where there will be live broadcasts. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享NOAA Fisheries and partners invite members of the public to participate in conserving the endangered Cook Inlet beluga whales at the third annual “Belugas Count!” being held on Saturday from 10am – 5pm.
Former Bossier High and All-SEC LSU basketball star Georgie Nattin, Jr., a member of the first Tiger team to defeat the University of Kentucky in hoops, passed away on Monday in Benton at the age of 74.Nattin played for the Tigers from 1959-62, earning First-Team All-SEC honors in 1961 and third-team honors in 1962 as chosen by the Associated Press. He was also named Academic All-SEC in 1962.LSU had lost to Kentucky and legendary Coach Adolph Rupp in every meeting since 1933, including a Southeastern Conference championship playoff game in 1954. The streak had reached 19 games when the Tigers under Coach Jay McCreary met on Jan. 13, 1961 at the “Cow Palace” in Baton Rouge. That night, LSU was at its best and Nattin helped the Tigers to a 73-59 decision over the Wildcats.Nattin would score 12 points in the win, hitting three field goals and all six of his free throw attempts.It would be 11 more years before LSU would win again against Kentucky, two seasons after Pete Maravich had moved to the NBA, in 1972.Nattin was born in Houston, Texas in 1940 but grew up in Bossier City. At Bossier High (where he was inducted into the school Alumni Association’s Sports and Spirit Hall of Fame) he excelled in basketball and was named All-City, All-District and All-State. He was President of the sophomore and junior class and the Student Council, earning Valedictorian honors.At LSU, Nattin led the team all three years in scoring averaging 13.5 points per game in 1960, 16.5 in 1961 and 12.8 in 1962. He also led the team in field goals made twice (165 in 1961 and 122 in 1962), free throws made in 1962 (62), field goal percentage in 1961 (41.8%) and he led the team in free throw percentage in both 1961 and 1962 with percentages of 79.5 in 1961 and 78.4 in 1962.Nattin would be in double figures all three of his years at LSU, averaging 13.5 points in 1960. He fell just short of the 1,000-point club with 937 career points. His career free throw percentage of 79.2 ranks eighth still on LSU’s All-Time List.Nattin was an easy choice for the 1960s All-Decade Team that was chosen in 2008-09 as part of the 100 years celebration of LSU basketball and was on the final ballot for the All-Century team that was selected.After college, he worked his way through the ranks into executive status at several casino properties in Las Vegas. He was the first President of the Horseshoe Casino in Bossier City.He was preceded in death by his parents George Nattin Sr, Ava Nattin, daughter Melinda Nattin and granddaughter Stephanie Brascia. He is survived by his daughters Melanie Nattin Horner and husband Scott of Las Vegas, Nevada; Meschell Nattin Brascia and husband Peter of Washington, D.C.; Monique Rowell and husband Chris of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Honorary brother Rodney Nattin, Grandchildren Natalie Keffer and husband Brett, Richie Griffin and wife Jessie, Niki Anderson and husband Dave; Kaylie, Lillian and Paul Rowell; Allie Anna and Sam Brascia; Great grandchildren Sean, Jack and Preston Griffin; Ave Keffer.Visitation will be at Hill Crest Funeral Home in Haughton on Wednesday from 5-7 p.m. with the celebration of his life to be held at Hill Crest Chapel on Thursday at 11 a.m.— LSU Sports InformationStanChart by CNBC CatalystBlockchain Is Changing the Game for Trade Financing. Here’s How It’s Driving Future Global Trade.StanChart by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoInstant Voice TranslatorInstant Voice Translator (43 Languages) Takes Hong Kong By StormInstant Voice Translator|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStrategyCombatIf you own a Computer, then you have to play this Game. No Install.StrategyCombat|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAppurseRemember Tiger Woods’ Ex-wife? Try Not To Gasp When You See Her NowAppurse|SponsoredSponsoredUndo