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    Soul Food - Delmonico's Diner

    Plenty of places in town serve soul food, but for food that is truly good for the soul, you need to go straight to Delmonico's. For more than 30 years, the cafeteria-style diner has been serving up a wide variety of dishes - pot roast, fried fish, an...

    on April 2, 2003
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    French Cuisine - Caf De France

    Caf De France serves a role as not only a place to enjoy delectable French fare, it's also a location to celebrate. Your seventh wedding anniversary. The sale of a business. A retirement. Or simply, a dinner to remember for your kids, your parents, ...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Diner - South City Diner

    It seems that years have passed since rumors first abounded about the expansion of the South City Diner. And for months now, there's been movement on that front. Sometime this year -- we can only believe! -- St. Louis' favorite diner will stretch out...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Bagels - St. Louis Bread Company

    Southeners (and our friends from Kansas City, of course) will claim that no good BBQ can be found outside their regions. New Yorkers will play the same note regarding bagels. But St. Louisans actually have a wide variety of good ones to choose from, ...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Sushi - Miso on Meramec

    Miso on Meramec succeeds on several levels - literally and figuratively. The restaurant offers a storefront entrance with some outdoor seating, as well as an intriguing bi-level basement space that is outfitted as beautifully as the crowd that hangs ...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Margaritas - Hacienda

    What is it about a margarita that makes it so much more festive than your ordinary everyday drink? It seems like you need a special occasion just to have one - or maybe having one makes anytime an occasion. Maybe it's the salt-rimmed glass, the delic...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Chicken Wings - Culpeppers

    Have you been to a restaurant known for wings that doesn't make this advertisement: "Try out world-famous wings!"? Seems impossible for a place to make good wings, or pretty good wings, or even really, really good wings. All lay claim to being the be...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Greek Cuisine - Olympia

    A perennial winner in this category, Olympia has the bases covered. There's the food, for starters, with all the essential Greek favorites. There's the laid-back dcor and comfortable vibe. There's the fact that someone, somewhere, will be yelling "O...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Soups - St. Louis Bread Company

    Our theory is that most people like soups, but few take time to actually make them. What with our busy society, and all, soups are usually the food that's a little too time-consuming to fool with at home. While many restaurants serve up big, hot bowl...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Brunch - MoKaBe's

    There's a definite problem with the Sunday brunch at MoKaBe's: simply not enough room at the inn! Okay, that's a gripe that management would probably love to have, since this place rocks any given Sunday morning. A truly popular option for residents ...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Hot and Spicy Food - King & I

    The King & I has remained a landmark restaurant on South Grand, with over two decades in business and big crowds to this day. Some of those folks go there for a certain kind of culinary kick: heat. The kitchen at the King & I turn out dishes so hot, ...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Appetizers - T.G.I. Friday's

    This popular chain can fill your entire table with appetizers, with no lack of potatoes and corn to go around. You'll probably want to leave a little room for the entre (of course) and even for the dessert. Or not. Dig in before "the real meal" arri...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Toasted Ravioli - The Pasta House Co.

    It would take a story taking up most of this page. The genesis of toasted ravioli is a tale wrapped in mystery and intrigue, with at least two local eateries laying claim to the title as the birthplace of the toasted ravs. The Pasta House is not one ...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Cajun/Creole Cuisine - Broadway Oyster Bar

    The Broadway Oyster Bar, after years of popularity, is still a place to take somebody who thinks they've seen it all in St. Louis. The crazy-quilt of band photos and concert posters. The live music. The beer selection. And, obviously, the food, which...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Deli - Mom's Deli

    Call your restaurant Mom's and you better be able to take care of your customers just like their actual mother would (and in some cases, even better). In the case of Mom's Deli - no problem. The modest South Side eatery boasts thick, meaty sandwiches...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Carryout - Hodak's

    Takeout food is so often a disappointment. What seems like a good idea for a fast, convenient meal on the way to the restaurant (or, more likely, drive-through window) sometimes turns out to be fast and convenient, yes, but satisfying? Not so much. H...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Value - Pho Grand

    South Grand is a neighborhood with plenty of restaurants that cater to those who look for economy to go along with a great meal. And you will get a great meal at Pho Grand, also voted our top Vegetarian Restaurant and the venue with the Best Service....

    on April 2, 2003
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    Private Party - Blueberry Hill

    Blueberry Hill is a restaurant and bar, yes. But it's also a virtual museum of American pop culture. And for that reason alone, the space is a fun one for private parties, whether they be in the Elvis Room, festooned with all those 45s; the Duck Room...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Hotel Dining - Ritz-Carlton

    When you think of a hotel like the Ritz-Carlton, you think of elegance from top to bottom. That would include the dining facilities, as well, and over the years the Ritz has become one of the finest restaurants in the St. Louis area, regardless of it...

    on April 2, 2003
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    Thai Cuisine - The King & I

    What's to like about the King & I? Well, let's start with the crazy, fruity drinks, with those zany names and punchy ingredients. (Beware the "fogcutter"!) You've got the spicy foods spotted throughout the menu -- made to the precise heat level you c...

    on April 2, 2003
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