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Inside the Sugarfire Smoke House 

This week's RFT cafe review is of Sugarfire Smoke House, a three-month-old Olivette barbecue restaurant.

Read Ian Froeb's full review of Sugarfire Smoke House "'Cue the Sights".

Photos by Jennifer Silverberg for Riverfront Times.
A display of the brisket, baby back ribs, housemade jalapeno sausage, baked beans and potato salad.
Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
Rain Crow Ranch of Gape Girardeau is the source of the grass-fed beef in this double cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato, red onion and pickles.
Jose Manuel Romo, dish/prep worker, and Kelly Hale, cashier, at Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
"The Carolina" comes with your choice of meat, cole slaw and mustard BBQ drizzle.
Lunch crowd at Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
Side of baked beans.
Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
Side of sweet potato salad.
Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
The baby back ribs.
Lunch crowd at Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
Side dishes on the cafeteria-style line at Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
Sugarfire Smoke House's brisket.
Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
This guy is painted on the window of Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
The housemade jalapeno sausage
Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
Just some of your dessert choices, by the slice...
Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
Sugarfire Smoke House in Olivette.
Heineken Libbert, from Murphysboro, Illinois, enjoying a burger at Sugarfire Smoke House.
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A display of the brisket, baby back ribs, housemade jalapeno sausage, baked beans and potato salad.
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