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Back of the House: Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill 

Sammy Hagar might have a rough time carrying a tune, but he's backed by one hell of a brand. Read Ian Froeb's review, "Cabo Wobble."
By Jennifer Silverberg
Executive chef Ray Leung.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Bartender Dea Mannisi pouring a Waborita.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The guitar pick tables, which you may or may not want to dance on after you drink a few "waboritas."
By Jennifer Silverberg
Room chef Erik Rickard.
By Jennifer Silverberg
An autographed axe.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Lead steward John White
By Jennifer Silverberg
The ridiculous two-pepper garnish on this burger.
By Jennifer Silverberg
A Sammy's server heads to the dining room.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The signature tortilla and the orchid; both are commonly found on plates leaving the Sammy’s kitchen.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Autographs abound at the rock-centric eatery.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Nachos in the oven at Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The entree cheat-sheet in the kitchen of Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The Waborita with a Hawaiian Passion ‘Rita behind it.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Sammy’s ultimate chocolate blackout cake.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Sampler platter with one ahi tuna slider, three chili lime wings, one pork taco and sweet potato fries.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Sweet potato fries.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Burgers on the grill at the restaurant, which opened on February 13.
By Jennifer Silverberg
On your way to this casino-located restaurant, you might be singing "I can't drive 55." And you'd be right, as the speed limit on I-70 is 65 mph.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Ahi tuna sliders, which are served with sweet potato fries. And peppers. And orchids. Naturally.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Entrance to restaurant from Harrah's St. Louis Casino & Hotel.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Many of the dishes come with a “Sammy” signature tortilla.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The bar, where one can order a Waborita (a margarita made with Cabo Wabo tequila, natch, and a touch of blue curaçao).
By Jennifer Silverberg
Up close at the bar at Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Orchids
By Jennifer Silverberg
The bar at Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Beach salad with grilled shrimp and chimichurri dressing.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The front of the house at Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill, when it's not totally rocking with partiers.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Photos of Hagar line the walls.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The leaves that adorn each plate as it leaves the kitchen.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Right Now! You can eat at Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill, even if the closest "beach" is along the Missouri River.
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By Jennifer Silverberg
Executive chef Ray Leung.
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