About Daniel
Daniel Zender is a freelance illustrator, designer, and printmaker living and working in Springfield, MO. His illustration work has been published by a number of magazines and books, including work in Communication Arts, HOW, 3x3, CMYK, and GoFish, and his poster work has been exhibited in international juried shows in Russia, Mexico, UK, France, Iran, and Chicago, where he received a bronze medal for his work with hand printed materials.
http://www.danielzender.com
Current city: Springfield
Daniel Zender is a freelance illustrator, designer, and printmaker living and working in Springfield, MO. His illustration work has been published by a number of magazines and books, including work in Communication Arts, HOW, 3x3, CMYK, and GoFish, and his poster work has been exhibited in international juried shows in Russia, Mexico, UK, France, Iran, and Chicago, where he received a bronze medal for his work with hand printed materials.
 
Cheep, delicious chili, burgers, and snacks. Not a contender for best food in town, but the best environment , maybe anywhere. It has been open for a while...walking in feels like stepping back about 50 years, its great. It is only open Fall-Spring, dont even try in the summer.
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My favorite bar! Loud Rock N' Roll all week, cheap covers, delicious beers in bottles and on tap. The Outland is usually packed on Fridays and Saturdays, but during the week it is pretty relaxed. Its a great dive bar with a beautiful history, and great decor.
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See the newly renovated square, designed by famous landscape architect Lawrence Halprin. The square is good place to start exploring Springfield. It is right on Route 66, and each direction offers all sorts of stores, restaurants, historic landmarks and bars to check out. Wild Bill Hickok shot someone here!
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An article in 2007 reported that practicing vampires live underneath the streets of Springfield. So, maybe you shouldn't actually get into the tunnels, but it is fun to look in the tunnels and get really freaked out.
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Springfield is a good place to find junk, and the STD Central is a fun place to start. Visitors from out of town will be sure to find all sorts of Missouri ephemera and other goodies.
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