.
Search Results
Dairy Queen
1450 Jungs Station Rd, Saint Peters, MO 63303
Dairy Queen was founded in 1940 and today has more than 5,600 locations. It offers such favorites as blizzards, dillyMore bars and ice cream cakes. This location also serves food, including salad and fish. 
Dairy Queen
301 Little Hills Industrial Blvd, Saint Charles, MO 63301

Dairy Queen is located off of N. 3rd Street, just north of 370. Dairy Queen is a fast food restaurant whose menuMore includes burgers, french fries (you can also add chili and cheese), hot dogs and chicken strips.

DQ is best known for its ice cream, which features the well-known "Blizzard" blended treats. Other ice cream items available are cones, sundaes and specialty ice cream desserts. 

Dairy Queen
2195 1st Capitol Dr, Saint Charles, MO 63301
This Dairy Queen is located next to St. Charles Lanes on First Capitol Drive within sight of the St. Charles waterMore tower. Its drive-thru is open a half hour later than the restaurant. They serve lunch and dinner, including burgers, chicken sandwiches and wraps, hot dogs, popcorn shrimp, french fries and onion rings. They also specialize in dessert, with ice cream served as a sundae or in waffle cones, and are famous for their ice cream shakes called Blizzards.
St. Charles Lanes
2187 1st Capitol Dr, Saint Charles, MO 63301
St. Charles Lanes is a bowling alley complex located next to the Dairy Queen on First Capitol Dr. within sight of theMore St. Charles water tower. For bowling, it has 32 lanes, bumpers for children's bowling and leagues throughout the year. There is also a snack bar, a pub called OT Hills Pub that has a happy hour, flat screen TVs playing sports as well as dart boards, a video game room and pool tables. 
Premiere 2nd Street Cafe and Catering
1116 N 2nd St, Saint Charles, MO 63301

Premiere 2nd Street Cafe and Catering is located on North Second Street a few blocks from the shops on Main Street inMore a building that used to be a Dairy Queen. Although it appears unassuming, the restaurant has become a best kept secret in St. Charles.

It is a small restaurant, with no more than 10 tables inside, as well as a large outdoor patio with another 10 tables. Make sure to bring your own wine, as the restaurant has not yet acquired a liquor license. Premiere is widely regarded as having one of the best steaks in the greater St. Louis area, and its desserts are delectable, especially the cheesecake.

Call and ask for Jim for any catering needs, as Premiere also offers a top-notch meal for a large group.