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Ivory Grille

Sedalia MO
103 E. Fourth

Ivory Grille is located 5 blocks from the Katy Trail, in Sedalia MO

Directions: Located in Hotel Bothwell

Open for Lunch and Dinner Tues-Fri
Dinner Sat
Brunch on Sunday

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Ivory Grille in Sedalia
Bill in Houston from Houston on 04/19/2019 08:04 PM:
Food was great. Was not cheap, but it was a nice place to have dinner after a loooong day of riding. You gotta try the gooey butter cake.

Ivory Grille in Sedalia
Carole from St Peters on 06/12/2011 09:19 PM:
The Sunday Brunch at the Ivory Grille is great!

Ivory Grille (Sedalia)
Ryan from Kansas City, MO on 11/11/2009 09:50 PM:
We stopped at Ivory Grille for lunch on our first day of riding. Located a couple blocks away from the trail at the Hotel Bothwell, the place is worth the very small distance. A very historical place, great food, and decent prices......I would highly recommend stopping there. The menu is mostly sandwiches for lunch, but everything on the menu is good.

It's also located nearby the ProVelo bike shop which was helpful to us for our trip.

Ivory Grille (Sedalia)
Patricia Debulten from Sedalia on 08/02/2008 05:24 PM:
Great place, The food is excellent. We have eaten there several times. I love the vegetable lasagna, their house salad is really good. My husband likes the prime rib. The chef is on it. The service is excellent too.

Ivory Grille (Sedalia)
caliyah from chicago on 06/09/2008 10:57 AM:
this is the "best


Del-Amici Restaurant Closed (Sedalia)
Bob Krzewinski from Ypsilanti, MI on 05/04/2006 10:15 PM:
We pulled into Sedalia on rainy April 29th, staying at the Hotel Bothwell, only to find out the hotel's Del-Amici restaurant had closed in mid-April. The person at the front desk said that they were expecting to open another restaurant in the same space sometime in the future.

With the hotel staff telling us our other close by (walking distance) food options were bar-food, we elected to stay in and order out. In the room was a hotel directory with various restaurants listed that deliver and we settled on a place that delivered Italian.

ET from Columbia on 05/08/2006 11:16 AM:
Oh, here's the answer to the question I just posted! We were told the same thing about "way too far to walk anywhere" one Sunday, when the restaurant was closed. Everyone said that the nearest restaurants were 3 or 4 miles away. But we thought, "how can that be, in a town the size of Sedalia?" So we set out on foot, and discovered that it was a beautiful walk of no more than a mile, along tree-lined Broadway, with gorgeous historic houses, to a little business section with several restaurants. We had a very nice meal, to the sounds of a marimba band, at the Mexican restaurant. Travelling everywhere by car seems to result in people losing their sense of distance.

ET from Columbia on 05/08/2006 04:31 PM:
Me again--I called the Hotel Bothwell, and they are expecting a new to open May 22--not sure what kind, but supposedly a 5-star establishment. I hope they will cater to Katy Trail users!

Mark from Sedalia on 05/09/2006 01:48 PM:
El Tapatilo is the restaurant you are talking about. Excellent food and usually has entertainment on the weekend. The Sedalia House Bed and Breakfast also caters to KATY Trail cyclists and provides shuttles to all local restaurants. There is a page on the website exclusively for the KATY Trail, and special packages are available.

Ray from Eaton, Co. on 06/16/2006 09:46 PM:
How are the rooms at the Bothwell?

ET from Columbia on 06/20/2006 12:08 PM:
Rooms are small (it's an old hotel), but clean and comfortable and attractive. While some people like taking their bikes to tbheir rooms, we would prefer to be able to put ours in a storage area, or even outside, but they really discourage that. This is especially a problem for us, with 4 people and 4 bikes in their family suites, and they did let us put our bikes in the basement this time. They have done that in the past, but are now putting a bar in downstairs. Also, we ate at the new restaurant, The Ivory Grille, and were very happy with the food--delicious herb and cheese biscuits, a good house salad, and a good selection of beef, chicken, pasta and seafood entrees, with a complimentary dessert of a small but tasty serving of cheesecake.

pv from Sedalia on 07/11/2006 04:45 PM:
The Ivory Grille has replaced Del Amici and is a fabulous upgrade. Open for Lunch and Dinner Tues-Fri, Dinner Sat, and Brunch on Sunday. I live in Sedalia and haven't missed a brunch yet. A true chef, affordable prices.

Jim from Oklahoma on 07/14/2006 09:50 PM:
We stayed at the Bothwell a few days ago and found it to be very nice and reasonably priced. The plumbing is a bit quirky but is not a problem. The included continental breakfast was better than expected and included biscuits and gravy, self-made waffles, quality coffee and fruit, plus the usual items. Didn't eat at the hotel's restaurant (kinda pricy). Instead stuffed ourselves at a seemingly new and good Mexican restaurant at the intersection of the Katy trail and HWY 65; the HWY is marked on the Katy trail. The hotel is five blocks from the Katy trail train station, best reached on 3rd street.

Jim Pryde from Sedalia, MO on 10/09/2006 05:02 PM:
The Mexican restaurant mentioned by the previous poster is El Espolon, and it is fabulous. Although I think the food at El Tapatio is a little better, the price and atmosphere at El Espolon is preferable.

I have yet to try the Ivory Grille, because Del Amici was our favorite restaurant in town. We hated to see it close. It was expensive, but the service was always excellent and we loved the food.