Hannibal,Missouri was once a thriving Mississippi River town and, of course, the boyhood home of Mark Twain. Little is left of the industry that put Hannibal on the map and Mark Twain's legacy is just about all that makes this town an attraction - that and LaBinnah Bistro. Step inside the Bistro and you are someplace unexpected; another place and another time. It's a surprising fusion of American 19th century ambiance and European culture. Who knew? And the food? Outstanding. A well-prepared, delicious assortment of American, European, Turkish and Mediterranean entrees with interesting spices from all over the world. It's the real deal. The proprietors care about what they offer and are pleasantly attentive.
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