Midwest Living Review
Tinkling wind chimes on a spacious porch greet guests at the Main Street Inn. Built from bricks kilned by Park College students more than a century ago, this 1886 home has three warm and cheery second-floor guest rooms named for various types of wine. The Chardonnay Room overlooks Main Street, the Pinot Noir Room has a private entrance, and the Merlot Room has easiest access to the coffee and refreshment bar. An adjacent carriage house is available for long-term stays. Rooms from $140. The inn is owned by the same family that developed Piropos, a popular upscale Argentinean restaurant in Parkville. Rooms include a bottle of Piropos house wine and a gift certificate toward dinner there. Both the peppercorn-crusted filet in a brandy cream sauce and the pan-seared rack of lamb served with creamy polenta are good choices.