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Dining from points across the globe, small and large movie theaters, and areas of lush natural beauty are right at home in National Place. This Springfield, Missouri neighborhood stretches west from South National Avenue to South Clay Avenue, south of East Weaver Road.
National Place’s many restaurants serve an exotic menu from around the nation, and the world. The diverse eateries include German dishes from Bit of Bavaria, the Belgian Waffle and Pancake House, Chinese fare from Tasia, delicious surf and turf at Hinode Japanese Steak and Sushi, San Francisco Oven, and Texas Roadhouse.
People who live in the area witness eagles scooping fish from a lake, whitetail deer grazing in grassy meadows, and hike a trail at Springfield Conservation Nature Center, which has a variety of animals living on its 80 acres of forest, creeks, and fields along the Springfield Lake. They make waves in a canoe or kayak and take the 4.5 mile James River Linear Park Water Trail at Springfield Lake. Golfers can test their luck on the Bermuda fairways, and Crenshaw Bent Grass greens of Twin Oaks Country Club, which also has a pool and tennis courts.
Movie buffs can sink into the cushy seats of three movie theaters in the National Place area. Enjoy free refills on large popcorn and drinks at the Wehrenberg Campbell Cinema 16, while relaxing in stadium seating and watching a selection of movies that includes 3D. Catch lesser-known films as well as the popular ones at the Goodrich Springfield 8, or see a slightly older film for a discounted rate as low as $1 on Tuesdays at the Palace Theater.
For exotic dining, hikes on a nature trail, golfing, and a wide range of movies, National Place is a hot spot in Springfield, Missouri.