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Pappys Wins Steve Harvey’s Battle of the BBQ Ribs

Pappys Wins Steve Harvey’s Battle of the BBQ Ribs

Pappys Ribs Beat the Memphis’ Rendezvous

Chicago, IL/May 20, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) Pappys – We’re #1!  Well, the Memphis-style ribs at Pappys Smokehouse are number one.  Barbecue lovers in St. Louis have known that for some time.  Pappy’s has been the local favorite for delicious smoked meats in a colorful, unpretentious Midtown space since just after opening in 2008.  They are #1 on poll after poll, year after year.  They were even named the #1 ribs in the country by Food Network.  Pappy’s Smokehouse is currently #1 on our list of top rated barbecue restaurants, and one of St. Louis’ very favorite places to eat.

Television personality Steve Harvey got in on the barbecue action in his latest edition of The Great American Food Fight on the Steve Harvey Show.  The episode aired on KDNL-30, Thursday, May 18th, when he pitted two of the best Memphis-style barbecue rib restaurants against each other.  It was St. Louis’ Pappys Smokehouse against Memphis’ Rendezvous.  Pappys owner and executive chef Skip Steele spoke with Harvey about his lifetime spent cooking and developing the perfect rack of barbecued ribs.  Steele says he uses a dry rub that blends about 20 seasonings and spices together, then coats the rack with brown sugar to create a sweet crust.  He demonstrated to Harvey, that his finished ribs are so tender, they can be pulled apart by hand–-no knife needed.

Steve tasted each restaurant’s slow-smoked ribs.  In the tasting, Harvey apparently enjoyed both restaurant’s ribs very much, but seemed to indicate a slight preference for the ribs from Rendezvous.  His audience didn’t agree.  After sampling each, the studio audience was asked to vote for their favorite, and they confirmed what St. Louis diners already knew: Pappy’s Smokehouse makes the best barbecued ribs anywhere.  Skip Steele humbly accepted Harvey’s Golden Spatula trophy after taking 54% of the vote.

The ribs at Pappys are dry-rubbed, then slow smoked to juicy perfection over apple and cherry wood for a lightly smoked flavor.  But Pappy’s does more than ribs.  This best in the land barbecue joint specializes in all sorts of smoked meats and the sides that go with them.  Their baked beans are slow roasted beneath the beef tenderloin, allowing the dripping juices to add extra flavor to the beans.  From pulled pork and beef tenderloin to potato salad and creamy slaw, it just doesn’t get any better than Pappy’s Smokehouse.  In less than ten years, it’s become a St. Louis institution.

Pappy’s Smokehouse is open Monday – Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until about 8:00 p.m. (when they sell out) and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. until about 4:00 p.m. (by which time they are always sold out).  This is a very popular barbecue joint, and the lines can be quite long.  But don’t let that keep you away. Line time = sample time, as the staff frequently hands out samples to those waiting to place their order.
“Steve Harvey” is produced by Endemol USA at the WMAQ/NBC 5 studios located in downtown Chicago.  Alex Duda, Harvey and Rushion McDonald serve as executive producers.  The show is distributed in national broadcast syndication by NBCUniversal Domestic TV Distribution.
Contact Information:

Pappy’s Smokehouse
3106 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: (314) 535-4340

Docs Smokehouse in Edwardsville Wins National Acclaim

Docs Smokehouse in Edwardsville Wins National Acclaim

Metro East BBQ Joint Makes “Best of the Best” List

Edwardsville, IL/April 26, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) – There is no doubt that some of the very best barbecue in the country can be found in St. Louis.  Several of our local smokehouses have won national acclaim.  And now, a metro east favorite, Doc’s Smokehouse at 1017 Century Drive in Edwardsville has been named to the “Best of the Best Barbecue Restaurants in America!” list by the National Barbecue News.  The widely read monthly magazine is dedicated to the sport and business of barbecue.

Doc’s Smokehouse is the first barbecue restaurant in the entire St. Louis metro area to be named to NBBQN’s annual “Best of the Best Barbecue Restaurants in America” guide, which is released each April.  To be eligible for the honor, a restaurant’s barbecue must be taste-tested, without notice or announcement, by an affiliate of the National Barbecue News.

Doc Richardson has been smoking meat forty years, including 10 years of competition on the pro circuit.  He and wife Susan spent two years developing and perfecting their special blend of rubs and sauces.  Over the years, Doc and Susan have won more than 200 barbecue awards, including a third place finish at the American Royal, the largest barbecue competition in the world.  They began catering in 2010 and opened their restaurant, Doc’s Smokehouse & Catering, in February 2014.  It has quickly become Edwardsville’s favorite barbecue joint.

Doc’s offers basic, solid barbecue with no pretension—slow-smoked meats and well-prepared sides, scratch-made with fresh ingredients.  Besides their award-winning St. Louis Spare Ribs, customers rave about their pulled pork, brisket, smoked chicken, turkey, and burnt ends.  The smoked chicken nachos are a favorite among customers, as are the mac ‘n’ cheese, corn casserole, baked beans, and sweet potato fries.  Dessert options change regularly, but they include an assortment of award-winning pies.

Doc’s Smokehouse & Catering is open Tuesday – Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday – Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  They also offer catering for all occasions.

Contact Information:

Doc’s Smokehouse & Catering
Owners: Doc and Susan Richardson
1017 Century Drive
Edwardsville, IL 62025
Phone: (618) 656-6060

Spare No Rib Is a Top 10 Fusion Restaurant

Spare No Rib

Serving Tacos & BBQ in New Digs – Spare No Rib

ST LOUIS, MO/January 11, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) – Fusion restaurants come in all different varieties; the key similarity being that they are a blend of bold flavors, interesting ingredients, and cooking methods that cross culinary lines, spanning continents and even oceans.  St. Louis is rich in fusion concept restaurants.  Here you’ll find Asian fusion, Korean-Mexican fusion, Japanese-Thai, Vietnamese-Mandarin, Mediteranian-Halaal, Vegetarian-TexMex, and even a joint that serves up barbecue and tacos.  That’s the winning combination you’ll find at Spare No Rib at 3701 South Jefferson in St. Louis’ Gravois Park neighborhood.  Customers just love them, so much that Spare No Rib is #4 on our most recent list of the Top 10 Fusion Restaurants in St. Louis.  The rankings are based on customer reviews.

One look at SNR’s menu and it’s easy to see why they’re so popular.  You’ll find simple, tasty starters like fresh tortilla chips with three house salsas.  Or get them with their chorizo queso dip or guacamole made fresh to order.  Customers rave about their corn fritters with spicy ranch.  These are deep-fried pillows of sweet corn goodness served with a spicy, (and they mean spicy!) ranch dipping sauce.

The Barbecue-Latin American fusion includes the sandwich menu, with its pulled pork sandwich and chorizo burger.  But the highlight of the sandwich menu may be The Honest Burger (good quality beef, perfectly cooked and seasoned with salt and pepper).  It’s everything a burger should be.  One of the best features of SNR’s sandwich menu is that every sandwich comes with a side of their hand-cut fries.  They may be the simplest thing on the menu, but they are surely one of the most popular.  They’re just potatoes that have been washed, and hand-cut (by an actual human) that same day, then fried to crispy perfection, and seasoned with salt and pepper.  They’re so good you can order a whole basket to share.

The tacos are a reason to go all by themselves.  They’re $3.50 apiece, and simply delicious.  Each is built on a platform of two crispy, corn tortillas and dressed with house-made sauces that just take these tacos over the top.  The selection includes chorizo, cachete (braised beef cheeks), caritas (pork belly & shoulder), fish (battered, fried tilapia), chicken, lamb, pork tenderloin & fennel, carne asada (steak & grilled onion), veggie, and The Rib Taco.  It’s a fusion dish of succulent rib meat pulled from the bone and piled on crispy corn tortillas with their signature sauce, cilantro, and onion.  Or opt for the SNR Plate and sample the barbecue and the tacos.  For $16 you get two meaty ribs, plus any two tacos, and a side.  Or skip the taco, and just have SNR’s barbecued ribs.  Get a half-rack along with baked beans, slaw and cornbread for $17.  Whatever you order, everything is fresh and made from natural ingredients, with no fake sugars or artificial flavorings.

The drinks menu is almost as much fun as the food!  The beer list is extensive and impressively approachable.  Even novice craft beer fans can easily find what they’re looking for.  The list is divided by beer type.  The lager section includes the familiar Bud, Bud Light and Bud Select.  But there’s also Abita Purple Haze and Sudwerk Hop Lager.  The list also includes pilsners, amber & brown ales, tripels, IPAs, sours & saisons, wheats, porters, stouts, cervezas (Mexican imports), and a few varieties in larger bottles that are perfect for sharing (think Corona Familiar and 2nd Shift El Gato Grande).  Another interesting thing about the beer menu at Spare No Rib is that they’ve listed the alcohol content, so diners know up front if they’re ordering something a little stronger than the 4.2 percent by volume found in a Bud Light.

But beer is only part of the beverage menu.  You’ll also find hard cider and cocktails that go particularly well with tacos and barbecue.  There’s a house margarita, caipirinha and black mojito.  There’s also their Mexican Mule, a classic blend of tequila and Fever Tree Ginger Beer with a splash of fresh lime—a zippy, refreshing drink that will go with whatever food you order.  You can, of course, have a Fever Tree Ginger Beer (sold in 1/2 liter bottles).  Or choose one of the other non-alcoholic options including Jarritos Mexican sodas (pineapple, lime, or mandarin), a selection of San Pellegrino waters, Mexican Coke, Sprite, and Fanta (made with real sugar), and IBC Cream Soda.

Back in October 2016, Spare No Rib moved from their original location at 2200 Gravois Avenue (next door to Hodak’s in Benton Park).  In 2015 they began doing pop-up breakfast/brunch on the weekends at that location.  It was so popular that it grew into it’s own restaurant lovingly dubbed “Egg.”  So owner Lassaad Jeliti moved Spare No Rib to the larger 3701 South Jefferson site (across the street from Sump Coffee).  Now there are more tables, including outdoor seating when the weather warms up, and plenty of parking!  Spare No Rib in Gravois Park is open Tuesday – Thursday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.  There’s also a satellite SNR location in the Central West End at #13 Maryland Plaza (in the Bar Italia lounge).  It’s a nice spot for lunch if you’re in the neighborhood.

Contact Information:

Spare No Rib
Owner: Lassaad Jeliti
3701 Jefferson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63118
Phone: (314) 354-8444


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Bootleggin’ BBQ & Catering

Bootleggin' BBQ & Catering

Ringing In Another Year KC Style – Bootleggin’ BBQ & Catering

St. Louis, MO/December 28, 2016/2:15 am (STLRestaurant.News) Bootleggin’ BBQ & Cateing – Kansas City style barbecue may seem like an odd choice for a St. Louis restaurant, but then Bootleggin’ BBQ at 1933 Washington Ave. in St. Louis’ Downtown West neighborhood seems to have come about through a series of unexpected twists and turns.  Bootleggin’ began as catering company.  In the fall of 2014, the Pour House tavern asked Pit Master Brenton Brown to bring his Kansas City style barbecue to a pop-up event in honor inspired by the Royals World Series appearance.  More pop ups at the Pour House followed and by February 2015 Bootleggin’ BBQ had taken over food service at the bar.  By September 2015, the Pour House had closed, and Brown along with partner Ed Belter had taken over the bar, adding more tables and taps and turning it into a BBQ joint.

Bootleggin’ BBQ & Catering is at its heart a neighborhood tavern that features Kansas City style BBQ and the stuff that goes with it.  That’s a cool vibe, friendly, laid back atmosphere, BBQ beans, cole slaw, fries and craft brews.  They have eight local brews on tap that rotate from time to time.  At this writing, they are offering five products from Excel Brewing in Breese, Illinois, including the Eastside IPA, Southside Stout, and Piasa Pilsner.  There are also three products on tap from St. Louis’ Morgan Street Brewery: Oktoberfest (American style Marzen), Black Bear (German style Schwarzbier) and When Helles Freezes Over (Morgan’s popular German style Lager).  Fans of the restaurant are fond of saying that other St. Louis restaurants may be famous barbecue destinations, but Bootleggin’ is where they go to eat great barbecue and hang out with friends.

The everyday menu includes classic Kansas City style barbecue fare: burnt ends, ribs, and chicken. Some of Bootleggin’s specialties are getting rave reviews.  That includes their brisket, and their BBQ Nachos, which have been voted some of the best in the city.  And why not, they load them two ways.  Pork lovers will crave Penelope’s Party.  It’s nachos loaded with pork, beans, tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, and sweet KC style BBQ sauce. Beef lovers will go for Bessie’s Blue: nachos piled with brisket, beans, slaw, blue cheese, and “wang” sauce.  If you’re not into nachos, that’s okay.  They’ll pile these toppings on fries too.  Their smoked and sauced wings are also popular, as is their Bacon on a Stick.  It’s smoked, sliced and fried pork belly tossed in your choice of sauce.  They even do vegan Smoked Portobello Mushrooms!

Unique smoked foods have been a part of Bootleggin’s special way of doing things.  They made headlines last spring with their Lenten special: barbecued beaver. Brown and Belter say the customers who tried it really liked it.

The Bootleggin’ gang is planning a special New Year’s Eve bash on Saturday, December 31. It starts with dinner at 8:00 p.m.  They’re offering smoked Prime Rib with garlic cheddar mashed potatoes and veg for $20.  Then at 9:00 p.m. customers can enjoy an open bar party for $40.  In keeping with the laid back vibe they’re known for, the party will include card games, board games, and a few other special entertainment items, plus great friends and conversation, and a champagne toast at midnight. Reservations are required for dinner, but not for the party afterward.

Bootleggin’ BBQ is open Tuesday – Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Friday – Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m., and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. They offer their full menu until 10:00 p.m. and a late night menu until closing time.  It’s also worth noting that Bootleggin’ BBQ offers delivery through GrubHub!

Contact Information:

Bootleggin’ BBQ & Catering
Owners: Brenton Brown & Ed Belter
1933 Washington Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63103
Downtown West


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Drool-worthy BBQ that won’t break the bank – Bogart’s Smokehouse

ST. LOUIS, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) – Bogart’s Smokehouse – Who doesn’t love great barbecue? It’s an American favorite, with each region of the country having a signature style.  St. Louis has no shortage of great barbecue joints representing a myriad of flavors and methods.  Now a local favorite, Bogart’s Smokehouse, 1627 South 9th Street in Soulard, is making national waves again.

Already listed as one of the best places to get barbecue in St. Louis by the travel site Thrillist, they’re now calling Bogart’s the place to go for barbecue lovers on a budget.  They specifically gave a shout out to Bogart’s smoked turkey sandwich, calling it a prime deal for thrifty travelers.  And why not? At $11, it’s enough food for two and it’s really scrumptious!

That’s what happens when a barbecue master chef assembles a crew that strives to raise BBQ to a higher level.  It’s slow smoked magic, and it’s the secret sauce behind the amazing food at Bogart’s Smokehouse in Soulard.  Pit-master Chef Skip Steele is no stranger to barbecue lovers in the Gateway City.  After all, as master-chef at Pappy’s Smokehouse, it was he who created the hybrid barbecue style ribs that made the Midtown St. Louis restaurant an instant classic.  But then, Steele’s been designing and building grills since he was a teenager growing up in barbecue-rich Memphis, Tennessee.  So the smoke is in his DNA.

At Bogart’s Smokehouse, Steele takes things to a new level, following his own rules and setting the standard for the new era of St. Louis barbecue.  Take the ribs (and you’ll want to)!  They’re slow-smoked and then finished in caramelized apricot glaze.  Steele’s crew is smoking prime rib with onions, and smoking their own pastrami too, plus pulled pork, brisket, tri-tip, burnt ends and turkey.  All of the meats taste great naked, but for sauce lovers, they have four available, so there’s something for each taste.  Sauces include the Sweet Maegan Ann, a sweet and smoky Kansas City style; the spicy VooDoo Sauce, which they call an 8 on a heat scale of 1-10; the sweet and tangy Pineapple Express, which as the name suggests, is made with pineapple juice; and a North Carolina style vinegar sauce called Mad Maddie’s.

You could say Bogart’s barbecue dishes come with a side of service. Diners are often greeted with a free rib to enjoy while they wait in line.  That’s not to say they don’t have top tier sides to pair with that smoky goodness.  There are the expected accompaniments of slaw, chips, applesauce and baked beans.  But there’s also deviled egg potato salad, BBQ pork skins, and a Southern delicacy: spicy-sweet fire and ice pickles!

No wonder Bogart’s has received so much praise since opening in 2011.  The RFT called them the best barbecue in St. Louis.  And in 2015, Bogart’s was named one of Yelp’s Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S.  That honor was based on user reviews.  Bogart’s came in 34th, the highest ranking St. Louis restaurant on the list.  The only real trouble with Bogart’s Smokehouse is that they’re not open for dinner most nights.  They’re open Monday through Thursday from 10:30 to 4ish, and Friday & Saturday 10:30 – 8:00ish—or whenever they sell out!

Contact Information:
Bogart’s Smokehouse
1627 South 9th Street
Soulard District
Saint Louis, MO 63104
(314) 621-3107



St. Louis’ Smoked Poultry Expert Is Four – The Gobble Stop Smokehouse

CREVE COEUR, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) The Gobble Stop Smokehouse – In the Midwest, it’s not too hard to find good pulled pork or barbecued beef, but have you ever had smoked turkey ribs or fried corn?  Then you’ve probably never eaten at Gobble STOP Smokehouse, 1227 Castillon Arcade Plaza (Fee Fee Road and Olive Blvd.) in Creve Coeur.

This family-owned and operated smokehouse is all about smoked, barbecued poultry.  You won’t find pork or beef or fish on the menu, and you won’t miss them.  You will find smoked barbecued turkey and chicken paired with both traditional and innovative comfort foods.  Instead of short ribs or spareribs, they’re smoking turkey ribs.  Or try the smoked turkey tips and award-winning chicken wings.  Whether it’s a chicken Philly sandwich or classic smoked turkey drumstick, everything is seasoned with their signature rubs and spice blends.

Pair up the smoked poultry of your choice with traditional sides like baked beans, cole slaw or corn on the cob.  Or dip into their selection of their unique offerings like sweet potato fries, fried corn, fried green beans or collard greens.  They do sandwiches, salads and fresh cookies too.  Ever had a banana white chocolate chip walnut cookie fresh from the oven?

DeMarco Howard knew he needed to do something new after being laid off.  So, he went to culinary school at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park.  Then with the help of his brother DeMones and other family members, he opened Gobble STOP Smokehouse in 2012.  That sense of family and community flavors everything they do.

So what better way to celebrate the restaurant’s four-year anniversary than as part of the 4th annual “Brew in the Lou” festival at Francis Park?  The October 15th fundraiser (1-5 p.m.) benefits the Lutheran Elementary School Association of St. Louis.  And it’ll be a great opportunity to gobble up samples from “the Lou’s” smoked poultry experts.

Contact information:

Gobble STOP Smokehouse

1227 Castillon Arcade Plaza

Fee Fee Road & Olive Blvd.

Creve Coeur, MO 63141

Phone: 314-878-5586


BBQ Bash

BBQ Bash in Wildwood Today & Tomorrow

WILDWOOD, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) The 12th Annual BBQ Bash in Wildwood, MO began yesterday and continues on through tomorrow afternoon.  If you love BBQ, this event is for you.  It features dozens of awarding winning BBQ competitors, restaurants and backyard BBQ hobbyist.  Additionally, the event features live music, authors, demonstrations and many other family friendly fun events.

This is the 12th event and it appears to be bigger and better than ever.  Today, Saturday, September the 24th, the event began at 6 am and continues through midnight.  Tomorrow, Sunday, September the 25th, the event will begin at 6 am and go through 6 pm.  You will need a few extra hours to digest all of the great BBQ before returning to work Monday morning.

Admission if free and no pets are allowed.  Parking is available at St. Louis Community College located at 2645 Generations Drive, Wildwood, MO 63040 and shuttle buses are available to transport visitors to the event.  The event is located in the Wildwood Town Center.

Contact information:

Wildwood BBQ Bash Facebook

City of Wildwood BBQ Bash Page


Wildwood BBQ Bash

Wildwood BBQ Bash

WILDWOOD, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) The 12th Annual Wildwood BBQ Bash will be begin starting Friday, September 23rd at 5 pm to 10 pm and last through Sunday, September 25th from 10 am to 3 pm.  The event is considered a family friendly event with attractions for all ages.

For 12 years Wildwood, MO has hosted the Wildwood BBQ Bash each September featuring BBQ competitions, spectacular BBQ, free concerts all weekend long, entertainment, fireworks, free parking and shuttle.  They have a special guest, Steven Ralchlen, whom is regarded as one of the best known names in BBQ.  He has authored cookbooks, TV show host and grill-master.  Additionally, there will be cooking classes, but details have not yet been released, but they will be published when releases.

The Wildwood BBQ Bash has grown into a tradition for the city of Wildwood, MO with more than 12 years of sponsoring this successful event with residents from all across the metro area.  This year will prove to be no different.

Entertainment for the free concerts will be provided by:

  • Friday: Cree Rider Family Band
  • Saturday: Kindom Brothers, The Go Set and National Country Recording Artist, Parmlee
  • Sunday: Funky Butts Brass Band

Contact information:

St. Louis Home Fires

Wildwood BBQ Bash Facebook

Phone: (636) 256-6564


Route 66 BBQ Blast

EUREKA, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) – The Route 66 BBQ Blast will be held in Eureka, MO on Saturday, August 6th and 7th featuring The Ultimate Guns & Hoses BBQ Showdown.  The public is invited for this family friendly event.  The event is to support first responders in the Eureka, MO community.  The event will be held at the grounds of Legion Park in the heart of Eureka, Missouri.  There will be more than $5,000 handed out to BBQ champions with the top-prize earning $1,600 plus a trophy.

Scheduled events are as follows:

  • 11:00 am – Food Vendors & Beer Tent Opens with a DJ
  • 2:00 pm – Cooking Demonstration
  • 3:00 pm – Kids Que (turn in)
  • 3:30 pm – Band – The NeverStop
  • 4:00 pm – FREE Kids Activities, which includes a petting zoo, hayrides, yard games and more
  • 5:30 pm – First Responders BBQ (turn in)
  • 8:00 pm – Band: Special 20 Takes Stage
  • 8:15 pm – FREE outdoor movie double feature: E.T. and The Goonies

Contact information:

Eureka City Hall

Facebook Event Page

Purchase Tickets

Phone: (636) 256-6564

Email:  [email protected]


BBQ @ StackHouse Pub & Grill


ST. LOUIS, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) – If the cuisines come close to tasting anything similar to what I smelled this morning while visiting the upcoming Stackhouse Pub & Grill on Olive Blvd, it will certainly be a hit with the locals.

Nice people, great atmosphere and great smelling food are what you what you can expect to experience when you try the new StackHouse Pub & Grill.  Opening is not yet known as they await license, permits, etc.  However, from what I have witnessed, I’m pleased.  I noticed that they have talent from an award-winning BBQ restaurant that will certainly add to their recipe for success.

We stopped by this morning to get the latest about their opening date.  It won’t be long, but until then you can experience their BBQ this upcoming weekend, Saturday, June 25th and Sunday, the 26th, from 12 pm to 5 pm, in the parking lot, featuring:

  • Half Racks of Ribs for $8
  • Thick Cut Pork Steak with BBQ Glaze for $5
  • Pepper-Jack Steak Burgers on Brioche for $5
  • Quarter Pound All Beef Hot Dog for $4
  • Pulled Pork Sandwich for $6
  • Sides include: Three Cheese Potato Bake for $3 – Green Bean Salad for $3 – Coleslaw for $2 – Chocolate Chip Cookies for $1 and Watermelon Feta Cheese Salad, Cucumber Salad and soda and water.

The prices look as good as the food smelled.  You can make the determination about the flavor.  This is your opportunity to see what to expect when they open for business.  We wish them luck and encourage you to stop by to give it a try this weekend and to show support for a new establishment.

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Contact information:

StackHouse Pub & Grill

14156 Olive Blvd

Chesterfield, MO 63017

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