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Fuzzys Taco Shop

Fuzzys Taco Shop, St. Louis, MO – STLRestaurant.News

Kickin’ it up Baja Style at Fuzzys Taco Shop

ST. LOUIS, MO/May 20, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) Fuzzys Taco Shop – Putting their spin on Tex Mex Cuisine, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop serves up their Signature Baja style Tacos, Nachos, Quesadillas, Jumbo Burritos, salads, soups, sides and a variety of frozen cocktails and Fuzzy signature drinks.  While it’s a speedy turn around once your order is placed at the counter, note this is not your typical fast food fare.  It’s Gourmet Tacos topped with garlic sauce, cilantro, Feta in addition to lettuce, tomatoes and shredded cheese.  And what a Taco selection!  We’re talking Grilled Shrimp, Shredded Chicken, Shredded Brisket, Special Ground Beef, Spicy Pork, Grilled Veggie, Grilled Fish, Tempura Fish, Tempura Shrimp, Fajita Chicken, Fajita Beef, and their specialty, California Heat (Grilled Shrimp or Tempura Shrimp with Bacon, Avocado, Feta, shredded cheese, Pico de Gallo, and Sriarcha-Lime sauce served on a soft corn Tortilla).

And if you’re extra hungry, you may want to consider the selection of shareable Big Salads such as: Shredded Chicken, Shredded Brisket, Grilled Veggie, Grilled or Tempura Fish, Grilled or Tempura Shrimp, Fajita Beef or Chicken.

For Nacho fans, there are plenty of choices all of which are dazzled with Fuzzy’s Baja twist: Shredded cheese, Queso, Feta, Pico de Gallo, and garlic sauce with a choice of the following: Bean & Cheese, Shredded Chicken, Special Ground Beef, Spicy Pork, Shredded Brisket, Fajita Chicken or Beef.

Their popular Jumbo Burritos are wrapped in a large flour tortilla filled with Guacamole, shredded cheese, onions, garlic sauce, beans, and choice of rice and a variety of protein options as mentioned above.

Fuzzy’s creative sides feature Borracho Beans (Pinto beans cooked in beer with bacon and their secret spices), Black Beans (cooked with Pico de Gallo) and Refried Beans; Cilantro-Lime Rice, Mix-Mex Fried Rice (Fried rice with a Baja twist), and Latin Fried Potatoes (Diced potatoes coked with onions and seasoned with Fuzzy dust).

For foodies who like to start their morning with a kick, Fuzzy’s serves up an impressive Tex Mex breakfast menu (Burritos, Tacos, Migas, Chilaquiles, Heuvos Rancheros, etc.).

Four strategically located Fuzzy’s Taco Shops in the St. Louis area can be found in Maryland Heights, Manchester, Webster Groves and St. Charles. In an industrial, yet colorful, casual setting with TVs tuned into Sports programming, the St. Charles venue is a popular hang out for Lindenwood University students and offers a discount for LU faculty and students.  “I eat at Fuzzy’s at least a couple times each week.  I always get the shrimp tempura tacos and a fuzzy mike!  (Margarita and mikes hard lemonade) it has been the best place around campus to grab food with friend,” Comments Adam Fazio, Lindenwood University Student.

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop – St. Charles, MO
2412 West Clay Street
St. Charles, MO 63301
(636) 925-3025
Hours of Operation:
Sun –Wed (8 AM – 10 PM)
Thur – Sat (7 AM – 11 PM)

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop – Maryland Heights, MO (Westport Plaza)
302 West Port Plaza Drive
Maryland Heights, MO 63146
(314) 878-8226
Hours of Operation:
Mon – Thur (7 AM – 10 PM)
Fri (7 AM – 12 AM)
Sat (8 AM – 12 AM)
Sun (8 AM – 10 PM)

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop – St. Louis, MO (Manchester Road)
1288 Old Orchard Center
Manchester, MO 63021
(636) 686-7394
Hours of Operation:
Mon – Wed (8 AM – 10 PM)
Thur – Sat (8 AM – 11 PM)
Sun (8 AM – 10 PM)

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop – Webster Groves, MO
8073 Watson Rd
Webster Groves, MO 63119
(314) 968-8226
Hours of Operation:
Mon – Wed (8 AM – 10 PM)
Thur – Sat (8 AM – 11 PM)
Sun (8 AM – 10 PM)

The Best of St. Louis’ Favorite Restaurants

The Best of St. Louis’ Favorite Restaurants

Spotlight on the Top of the Top 10s – The Best of St. Louis’ Favorite Restaurants

ST. LOUIS, MO/ (STLRestaurant.News) – The culinary offerings in St. Louis are flavorful, varied, and ever changing.  The restaurants across the metro area offer a little something for every taste—from down home cookin’ to experimental cuisines—the dining experiences offered are both extensive and exceptional.  And St. Louis is a city of hungry diners with varying appetites.  We’re always on the hunt for our next great meal.  That’s where customer reviews and culinary top ten lists come in really handy!  We use them to find our next great dining experience, and to help our readers satisfy their cravings as well.

This column is our chance to highlight the very best of St. Louis’ favorite restaurants by focusing on the establishments that have earned the #1 position on the many restaurant top ten lists.  This week we cover five categories that take you through your day, from that first morning bite to a great spot for a night cap.

Breakfast

Nathaniel Reid Bakery (4.82 stars/77 reviews) Kirkwood, 11243 Manchester Road, Saint Louis, MO 63122, (314) 858-1019.  This is art for breakfast.  After just over seven months in business, St. Louis diners have deemed this Kirkwood bakery their favorite stop for breakfast.  Internationally recognized pastry chef Nathaniel Reid and his wife, pastry chef Lee Lee create delectable works of art.  But the bakery goes beyond amazingly buttery croissants for breakfast.  It’s the kind of place you can grab coffee and an artisan pastry for breakfast.  (Also a great stop for a quick lunch, or to pick up some macarons for the office).

Tacos

Rosy’s Cakes & Paco’s Tacos (4.742 stars/70 reviews) St. Peters, 6240 Mexico Road, Saint Peters, MO 63376, (636) 244-4599.  At Rosy’s & Paco’s every Tuesday is Taco Tuesday!  They do tacos seven different ways.  Everything is made fresh and in-house—these aren’t fast food tacos.  St. Louis area diners may love the tacos, but they also do burritos, quesadillas, nachos, and more Mexican and Tex-Mex favorites.  Their also known for their tres leches cake and specialty desserts!

Asian Cuisine

Kounter Kulture (4.80 star/46 reviews) Lindenwood Park, 3825 Watson Road, St. Louis, MO 63109, (314) 781-4344.  Asian food means a lot of different things to different people.  So it’s not too surprising that an Asian fusion restaurant with a rotating menu that includes Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese and Vietnamese.  Local sourcing has made this carry-out joint St. Louis’ favorite Asian restaurant.

Steakhouses

Annie Gunn’s Restaurant (4.49 stars/667 reviews) Chesterfield Valley, 16806 Chesterfield Airport Road, Chesterfield, MO 63005, (636) 532-7684.  This long-time local favorite relies on local family farmers for the freshest ingredients, expertly prepared under the direction of Executive Chef Lou Rook, III.  Annie Gunn’s is St. Louis’ favorite destination for really terrific steaks like the Angus reserve aged filet mignon and the 34-ounce American Style Kobe Tomahawk Chop, an award winning wine list, and their family-friendly, pub like vibe.

Wine Bar

Bella Vino Wine Bar & Tapas (4.54 stars/265 reviews) St Charles, 325 South Main Street, St. Charles, MO 63301, (636) 724-3434.  St. Louisans love great wine and comfortable places to drink it.  And this cozy wine bar in Historic Old Town St. Charles is a favorite stop for drinks before or after dinner, and as a dining destination that combines a global wine list with tapas, or small plates in the Spanish tradition.  You’ll find a menu that includes some classic choices that pair well with wine, including a cheese and meat board, chorizo stuffed dates, four cheese fondue, plus salads, flatbreads, and desserts.  They also have a terrific fireplace, and a really nice patio.  Bella Vino is a great way to end an evening.