Top Hispanic Owned and Operated Restaurants in the U.S.
September 15th to October 15th brings the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, a time that honors the cultures of people whose ancestors came from Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Spain. A big part of the cultural heritage that many Latinx people share in this country is food. To honor National Hispanic Heritage Month, below find Hispanic-owned and -operated across the U.S.
Located just outside of St. Louis proper, Affton, Missouri, is home to a variety of restaurants that range from classic St. Louis barbecue to Asian, Italian, and even Middle Eastern. St. Louis is known for its barbecue, and Affton is host to some fantastic pit-style barbecue restaurants featuring dishes like hickory smoked baby back ribs and pulled pork and briskets. You can also find an abundance of Italian restaurants in the neighborhood that range from inexpensive to high-end boutique-style spots serving everything from basic pasta dishes to Tuscan, Roman, and Venetian classics. For those in need of some comfort food, you can also have all-day breakfast and enjoy omelets, pancakes, and other favorites.
- Markham Spring Recreation Area
- Chilton Creek Campsite
- Compressor Station
- Big Spring State Park
- Cherokee Trail Roadside Park
- Labruyere Park
- County Lake State Wildlife Management Area
- French Colonial Historic District
- Hillside Village Shopping Center
- Super 8 Bonne Terre
- Bohrer County Park
- Ozark National Scenic Riverways
- Parkway Shopping Center
- Mackenzie Point Shopping Center
- South Oaks Plaza Shopping Center
- Best Western Chester Inn
- Cole Memorial Park
- Zell Station
- Popeye Museum
- Saint Joe State Park