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    Low-Fat Menu - Crazy Bowls and Wraps

    Three-quarters of the menu is considered low-fat. "You can have a bowl and have a guilt-free 5-fat-gram lunch," says Kim Stark, general manager of the Creve Coeur store. "Or we offer a lot of side orders, such as a baked egg rolls or smoothies. We al...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Diner - South City Diner

    This true 1950s-60s diner on the South Side features music and memorabilia from that era. Be it nostalgia or a history lesson, the Associated Press calls the South City Diner "a true piece of Americana." The extensive collection includes two large Ma...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Fast Food - Taco Bell

    Taco Bell is so in, even the darned dog wants to eat here. It could be the result of the brilliant advertising campaign, but it could also be the consistently great smooth bean filling in the burritos; the hot, crispy, cheesy nachos with just the rig...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Upscale Fast Food - Steak 'n Shake

    It's nice that one of the few places in St Louis that's open all night also features good comfort food that puts you in mind of home. At what other fast-food place will you find baked beans and cole slaw to go with your double-decker cheeseburger? An...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Takeout to Pretend You Made Yourself - Gourmet to Go

    "If you look at people's lifestyles, you'll see that they're working but still want something that looks and tastes wonderful at the end of the day," says Heidi Gioia, Gourmet to Go's director of marketing. "They're too tired to go to a restaurant. T...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Milkshakes - Steak 'n Shake

    Asked the calorie count of a Steak 'n Shake milkshake, our waitress replies testily, "We don't keep any of that information here." Come to think of it, that's exactly as it should be. 1. Steak 'n Shake 2. Crown Candy Kitchen 3. Ted Drewes ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Smoothies - St Louis Smoothie

    You have to love anything that sounds as if it should be a nail-polish color. St. Louis Smoothie's offerings come in 12 flavors, including Raspberry Rhapsody, Berry Blast, Tropical Temptation and Raspberry Rage, along with some nondairy flavors. The ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Coffee - Starbucks

    Improbable as it may seem, it is now possible, thanks to caffeine-driven technology, to download a Starbucks locator on your Palm Pilot so that you can more easily feed your Starbucks addiction. 1. Starbucks 2 Kaldi's Coffee House & Market Bak...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Vegetarian Cuisine - Tangerine

    This pioneering Washington Avenue restaurant serves all-vegetarian dinners -- chicken-fried portobello mushrooms with mashed potatoes and gravy, anyone? -- from 6 p.m.-midnight and is the sister establishment of next-door lunch place the Hungry Budda...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Salads - Pasta House Co.

    What makes that salad so addictive? "It's our dressing," says Brian Keller, manager of the Chesterfield Mall Pasta House. "It's the dressing with the Parmesan cheese that makes it so good, and we sell both the regular and the fat-free dressing here. ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Buffet - Old Country Buffet

    You might feel as if you've landed in Mayberry RFD. Kids pay according to age, and each location features at least two soups a day; 20 salad toppings; a half-dozen hot entre choices, an dessert bar and an ice-cream machine. How many items are there ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Soups - St Louis Bread Co.

    The Bread Co. serves the kind of good old-fashioned homemade soup that your mother doesn't feel like making anymore: potato-cream cheese, cheddar-broccoli, chicken-wild rice, lentil, gazpacho, clam chowder, vegetarian black bean and more. And where e...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Chili - O.T. Hodge Chile Parlor

    Hodge's chunky, meaty, spicy chili edges out the competition again. What can we say? St Louis is a hot, meat-lovin' town. 1. O.T. Hodge Chile Parlor 2. Steak 'n Shake 3. Wendy's 4. Crown Candy Kitchen 5. Blueberry Hill 6. C...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Pastries - St Louis Bread Co.

    The Bread Co.'s offerings, made fresh on the premises in the wee hours, include cinnamon rolls, Danishes, rolls, croissants, cookies, pumpkin, chocolate, banana-nut and, seasonally, cranberry muffins. Folks with smaller appetites can get a "muffie," ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Doughnuts - Krispy Kreme

    The chain offers 17 kinds of doughnuts -- including raspberry chocolate, chocolate iced, glazed creme, chocolate-iced creme, custard-lemon, cake, glazed blueberry and the original glazed -- made fresh on the premises. 1. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    French Toast - International House of Pancakes

    It's the french toast you remember as a child, smothered in powdered sugar and too big to finish. "We use Texas toast that Wonder Bread makes especially for IHOP," says Mike Henry, owner of the Clayton IHOP. "I've never measured it, but I think it's ...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Bagels - St Louis Bread Co.

    The smiling server, if you ask, will slice your bagel in one of two ways: cut it in half or run it through the bread slicer so you can eat it in little pieces while you're in meetings all morning. How thoughtful. 1. St. Louis Bread Co. 2. Einst...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Bread - St Louis Bread Co.

    It would be pretty sad if the Bread Co. didn't win in this category, now, wouldn't it? 1. St. Louis Bread Co. 2. Companion Baking Co. 3. Breadsmith 4. Great Harvest Bread Co. 5. Provisions Gourmet Market 6. Missouri Baking...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Deli - Pumpernickle's Real Deli

    Owner Brad Hartman, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, roasts his own turkeys for the store. The restaurant's soups and salads are made on the premises as well, and, except for the bagels, all the baking is done there as well. Pumpernic...

    on April 18, 2001
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    Sandwiches - St Louis Bread Co.

    You've got to give the Bread Co. credit for always coming up with something new. Try the chicken Asiago, on an Asiago baguette with caesar mayo, roasted red pepper and onion; or the turkey chutney; or the veggie, with hummus, lettuce, caramelized oni...

    on April 18, 2001
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