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    Orange Cosmopolitan - Sidney Street Cafe, 2000 Sidney Street, 314-771-5777

    You should probably take a shower before you go to the Sidney Street Cafe, because it's a pretty nice restaurant, and everybody else sitting at the front bar seems quite clean. The ladies on their way to see The Full Monty at the Fox, they're dolled ...

    by Randall Roberts on April 30, 2003
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    More Than Mean Margaritas - Pueblo Solis dishes up authentic, delicious Mexican -- and pours libations to match

    Veer left, then swerve right," said the guy standing outside Pueblo Solis, shouting directions on his cell phone to his friends en route. They'd better hurry, because the place is filling up fast, as it usually does on a weekend night. If only he had...

    by Michael Renner on April 23, 2003
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    'Cue, Too - Pueblo Solis owner Al Solis gets cookin' on another favorite at Smokin Al's

    Owning one restaurant is exhausting enough. Owning two is downright masochistic. But Pueblo Solis proprietor Al Solis grew up in North St. Louis (and San Antonio, Texas, before that), and he loves barbecue as much as he loves Mexican food. What start...

    by Michael Renner on April 23, 2003
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    Oasis Martini - Caf Eau, Chase Park Plaza, 212 North Kingshighway, 314-454-9000

    Bars fit neatly into two categories: TV-ed and TV-less. The latter type makes a simple statement: No. You're going to have to pay attention to the person sitting across from you while you're here, however uncomfortable that may be. If you're alone, y...

    by Randall Roberts on April 23, 2003
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    Trying Times - Husband-and-wife restaurateurs get off to an uneven start

    How much you'll like Oliver's -- which opened in December on St. Charles' Main Street -- depends first on how much you dislike Interstate 70, which you can't avoid taking if you're headed thataway. Almost certainly the most unpleasant highway in the ...

    by Rose Martelli on April 16, 2003
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    O'Fallon Gold - 636-474-2337

    Psssst. Want to feel like a total rebel without doing much at all -- except enjoying a smooth, frosty one? ("Bud Light! Bud Light!") Want a secret? Want to spit in the face of a corporate behemoth? ("I got your Bud right here! Budweiser!") Want to en...

    by Randall Roberts on April 16, 2003
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    Go Hungry - Cafe Layla ups the ante on South Grand

    Driving down South Grand one day, en route to that other Ted Drewes, I noticed a new sign on the building at Grand and Gasconade that formerly housed Linda's Lounge and Luncheon. Were it not for my immediate need for a strawberry concrete, I would ha...

    by Michael Renner on April 9, 2003
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    Ouzo - Olympia Kebob House and Taverna, 1543 McCausland, 314-781-1299

    Few phrases are as loaded with danger as: "Last night I was drinking ouzo ..." You'll never hear the continuation: "... and suddenly I had a strong desire to pick some tulips!" Chances are the story will end in jail, a huge thigh bruise, a mystery hi...

    by Randall Roberts on April 9, 2003
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    New Restaurant - The Cheesecake Factory

    Part of a chain of restaurants fast taking over the nation, our first and only Cheesecake Factory obviously registered as a hit with its debut at the Galleria. What do we take from this addition to the local dining scene? Well, some people really, re...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Thin Crust Pizza - Imo's

    The true St. Louisan knows that pizza should be thin and that Chicago deep dish is a sin. They know provel is the king of cheese and what visitors crave when they leave. 1. Imo's 2. Fortel's Pizza Den 3. Cicero's Restaurant 4. Pizza Hut ...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Outdoor Dining - Bar Italia

    Outdoor dining is something Americans don't avail themselves of nearly enough. Somehow food just tastes better when it's accompanied by the sun shining down and a slow, cool breeze that makes you want to linger over your meal and savor every bit of t...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Late Night Food - White Castle

    We know: The line is really long, and you're really hungry. But you wait anyway to satisfy an urge that is too big for even you to understand. While other places may be quicker, nothing beats White Castle late at night. Bond with your fellow humans w...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Grilled Cheese - Steak 'n Shake

    Vegetarians the world over know that the grilled cheese sandwich is the first option thrown your way when menu gets tight. And, lo!, they are so very good. But no segment of the population has a corner on the singular taste of a grilled cheese sandwi...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Place to be Romantic - The Melting Pot

    Fondue has made a comeback, it seems, pulling itself of the 1970s with a renewed interest. And nowhere in St. Louis is the good, old art of fondue-making more popular than the Melting Pot, a restaurant with a dimly-lit interior that screams (okay, wh...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Happy Hour - Casa Gallardo

    Take your boss to Casa Gallardo for the best hour of any day of the workweek. Buy them a cerveza and an appetizer. Show your boss that you know how to get the most out of your dinero while you loosen your ties and minds over specialty margaritas that...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Gourmet Pizza - California Pizza Kitchen

    Turning the formerly simplistic combination of dough, cheese, tomato sauce, and toppings into an art form, the California Pizza Kitchen revolutionizes the common man's conception of what pizza is all about and provides a most unique menu that suits a...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Vegetarian Cuisine - Tangerine

    Despite some turnover in the kitchen this past year, Blake Brokaw's flagship restaurant maintains degrees of both consistency and innovation in vegetarian fare. Staples like stuffed portabellas and the signature (and singularly good) mac-and-cheese m...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Breakfast - Uncle Bill's Pancake and Dinner House

    Some restaurants could exist in any town. Others are unique to their home city. Uncle Bill's is a St. Louis favorite because of the food, certainly, but also because of an old-school charm. No-nonsense food is served up in a funky environment, tables...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Steaks - Tucker's Place

    Is it the cut? Is it the rub? Is it the simple skill of the chef preparing the meat? Dunno, dunno, dunno, but people do love the steaks at Tucker's Place. Day-in, day-out, you see workers heading down for lunch or happy hour, arriving at Tucker's en ...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Place to take a First Date - Blueberry Hill

    Picking Blueberry Hill as a site for a first date makes all the sense in the world. After all, few restaurants in town offer the variety of options that you can find at the Hill. You can draw darts. You can catch a band or DJ spin. You can play board...

    on April 2, 2003
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