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You can call J & A's Bar & Grill a dive. (It's smoky, low-key and highly affordable.) You can call it a sports bar. (The TVs are always tuned into the game, and if... More »
Some say Novak's is a sister to Just John's -- and with its neighboring location and generous accommodations, we'd be hard-pressed to argue. Thanks to a more... More »
Florissant City Diner is a restaurant located in Florissant.
This friendly corner bar serves as an anchor for the now-gentrifying Shaw neighborhood, offering surprisingly good food (including, now, pizza!), an... More »
Although most famous for its free (free!) happy hour on every third Friday, the Stratford Bar & Grille can easily be enjoyed any night of the week. More than... More »
Originally named "Jackie's Place" after NFL Hall of Famer Jackie Smith, Sportman's Park serves up classic burgers and fries, quesadillas, potato skins, wraps and drinks.
South Kingshighway's premiere watering hole is nestled in a strip mall. Keeton's Double Play, known as one of the best karaoke bars in town, boasts five nights of... More »
Danno's American Pub is a bit off the beaten path for the average city-bound 'hood rat, but it's also a good reminder why venturing out of the city is a worthwhile... More »
CLOSED The most spangled feather in St. Louis' fine-dining cap. Larry Forgione -- a celebrity chef before the Food Network rendered the term... More »
Wild cards in the stacked deck of Boston rock bands, Sarah Borges and her band, the Broken Singles, plays torchy country rock and barroom rhythm-and-blues in a brash, soulful style that's built for dancing and drinking — but not just dancing and drinking. The group's idea of a killer cover is the Magnetic Fields' "No One Will Ever Love You," and its concept of art...
As I prepare to count down my ten favorite dishes of the past year, unemployment is skyrocketing, the Big Three automakers are begging Congress for a bailout and I've spent another week cataloguing local restaurant closings on Gut Check, the Riverfront Times food blog. The urge to replace my top-ten list with a tribute to all those departed eateries is strong. Yet as I look back over the...
Can you imagine, without reference to scatology or infectious disease, a less appealing name for a sandwich than the Hot Brown? If you don't know what a Hot Brown sandwich is, could you even begin to guess?
Deluxe Fine Food & Spirits didn't invent the Hot Brown, but it was here that I first saw it on a menu. Driven by equal parts curiosity and masochism, I ordered...
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