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Gobble Stop Smokehouse 

This week, the Riverfront Times ventures out to Gobble Stop Smokehouse, a four-month-old Creve Coeur barbecue joint remarkable for two reasons, only one of which is that name. Here chicken and turkey dominate the menu — and you won’t find so much as a morsel of pork. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.

Read Ian Froeb's review: "Cock-a-Doodle 'Cue: At the Gobble Stop Smokehouse, it's all poultry, all the time."
The smoked-turkey tenderloin sandwich.
Gobble Stop's "Turkey Tip" sandwich.
Save room for cookies: banana white chocolate with walnut; chocolate chip with pecans and coconut; and lemon sugar with vanilla sugar.
Gobble Stop's "Turkey Tip" sandwich.
Gobble Stop's exterior.
Gobble Stop's "Turkey Tip" sandwich.
The onions and mushrooms that will top the smoked-turkey tenderloin sandwich.
Fried turkey meatballs with cheese.
The smoked-turkey tenderloin sandwich.
The smoked-turkey tenderloin on the grill.
Family-owned Gobble Stop Smokehouse is: co-owners DeMones and DeMarco Howard; head of PR and marketing, Mika Howard; and cook Michael Williams.
Owner DeMarco Howard in Gobble Stop's kitchen.
Fried turkey meatballs with cheese.
Owner DeMarco Howard in Gobble Stop's kitchen.
Owner DeMarco Howard in Gobble Stop's kitchen.
Gobble Stop's interior.
Gobble Stop's exterior.
DeMones Howard at the smoker outside.
DeMones Howard at the smoker outside.
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The smoked-turkey tenderloin sandwich.
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