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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

F15teen? F36teen Is More Like It

Posted By on Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 11:00 AM

My colleague Chad Garrison is all over the fallout from Monday's shootings downtown. The city is taking steps to strip three business of their liquor licenses -- essentially, a death sentence. Those businesses include one prominent restaurant, F15teen (1900 Locust Street, 314-588-8899), the steakhouse and club owned by former Cardinals star Jim Edmonds and his business partner, Mark Winfield. Garrison reports that the police have been called to F15teen 36 times over the past year for a variety of reasons. Read his Daily RFT post for more information.

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