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    Carryout - Bandana's Bar-B-Q

    This is the ultimate picnic food. Bandana's offers barbecued beef, chicken, pork and turkey, as well as the traditional sides of barbecued beans, cole slaw and corn for catering, carryout and eat-in. Swing by on your way to your next outing, and you'...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Restaurant/Bar - Blueberry Hill

    Not many gin joints can lay claim to having hosted a business meeting in the basement, a darts tournament in the backroom and a budding romance at the bar, all in the same evening, but Blueberry Hill can. This highly functional St Louis landmark feat...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Pub - John D. McGurk's Irish Pub

    "No one named John D. McGurk ever lived here or worked here," says John M. McGuire. "He's a fictional character from an Irish folksong. We know someone's had too many when they call here and ask for him." McGurk's is a truly authentic Irish pub that'...

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    Hotel Dining - The Grill (Ritz-Carlton)

    The Grill features a fireplace and offers such gourmet dishes as grilled beef tournedos with Anna potatoes; potato-crusted Scottish salmon; pan-seared Chilean sea bass with mashed potatoes and crawfish-chive butter, and free-range chicken. 1. The Gr...

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    Wines - Riddle's Penultimate Cafe & Wine Bar

    Owner Andy Ayers is especially proud of the 31 Missouri wines showcased at his restaurant. The main wine list, featuring 350 different wines and set up geographically, is big on California and other American wines, as well as French offerings. Wines ...

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    Bloody Marys - Houlihan's

    "We put a hair of the bat in there," jokes Bill Koons, bar manager of the St. Louis Galleria location. "I can tell you that we don't use a regular kosher-salt rim around the glass; we use a fry seasoning like we'd use on our french fries. If you've h...

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    Martinis - Ritz-Carlton Hotel

    At the Ritz's Lobby Lounge, martinis are garnished with olives, lemon peel or, for the truly adventurous, jalapeo peppers. Martinis here are double-size, and you'll find martinis of every taste and name. "The Ritz-Carlton Lobby Lounge truly offers t...

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    Margaritas - Hacienda Mexican Restaurant

    General manager Terry Deckard says that the winning margarita recipe was brought by Hacienda owner Norberto Rodriguez from his native Mexico City. The secret ingredient, she says, is lime: "Some places use lemon mix, but we use lime so it's sweet as ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Beer Selection - Growlers Pub

    Patrons at the three Growlers Pub locations can get toasted in dozens of languages. Growlers offers 131 beers, 32 on tap and 99 in bottles, from 20 different countries, including Great Britain, Israel, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. Be a beer ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Place to Be Romantic - Tony's

    How many proposals take place here? It happens frequently, says day manager Charles Browne: "We hear about a couple times a month." Browne advises against hiding the engagement ring in the food, though, saying the practice is hazardous. He also recal...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Place to Take the Kids - Chuck E. Cheese's

    Is there any other phrase that strikes more fear into a parent's heart than "I want to go to Chuck E. Cheese's"? But it's easy to see why kids love the place: video games, miniature bowling and basketball, tickets and prizes, rides, floor shows, huge...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Private Parties - Patty Long's Ninth St. Abbey

    Joan Long and Deborah Patty were longtime TWA flight attendants who met and started catering 14 years ago while on strike against the airline. The pair later expanded their business into the Abbey, which is a former church, and the Sydney Street buil...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Catering - Patty Long's Ninth St. Abbey

    "Everything we do is custom-designed for the client," says Joan Long, co-owner of Patty Long Catering, the exclusive caterers for the City Museum, the Missouri History Museum and Sydney Street Place. They cater parties, weddings, holiday events, busi...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Service - Tony's

    What can you say that hasn't already been said about a place whose staff will refill your water glass as soon as you take a sip or light your cigarette instead of lecture you about smoking? Ah, the good life. 1. Tony's 2. Sidney Street Caf 3....

    on April 18, 2001
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    Value - Pho Grand

    Voted best value for lunch, and it's easy to see why. Five or six people can easily split four entres -- for example, the stir-fried chicken in lemongrass with vegetables -- for $20-$25, and no one will complain or go away hungry. 1. Pho Grand ...

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    Restaurant Road Trip - Fast Eddie's Bon-Air

    Hungry people wouldn't cross the river to Alton, Ill., for a tavern/restaurant unless it were something special. "We have cheap, good food and a fun atmosphere, and I gotta get back to work now," says our harried and honest server, whose lunch shift ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Restaurant With a View - Top of the Riverfront

    At 28 stories above the sparkling city in the Regal Riverfront hotel, you may not be exactly on top of the world, but you're pretty darn close. The restaurant revolves very slowly, so you won't feel it as you're dining, but it is enough to cause you ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Outdoor Dining - Bar Italia

    Told that the writer hasn't yet seen the new location of Bar Italia, which opened in August 1999, owner Mengesha Yohannes asks gently but incredulously, "What planet you been on, girl?" It seems the rest of St. Louis feels the same way. The new outsi...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Dcor - Blueberry Hill

    Owner and St Louis icon Joe Edwards has been collecting all kinds of "stuff" since he was a kid, and he's still going strong. You'll see Howdy Doody enshrined in a glass case as you come into the bar, but Edwards displays cool contemporary items as w...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Presentation - Tony's

    At Tony's, the staff go out of their way to make your food look as great as it tastes. Even a vegetarian doesn't have to suffer while tablemates enjoy steak or shrimp; he or she can order a gorgeous vegetable-pyramid sandwich, comprising fresh grille...

    on April 18, 2001
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