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Monday, August 23, 2010

Ten Steakhouse Concepts More Appropriate for Downtown St. Louis Than Shula's 347 Grill

Posted By on Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 11:06 AM

You will eat Marshall Faulk's steak, and you will like it. - IMAGE VIA
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  • You will eat Marshall Faulk's steak, and you will like it.
Look, Gut Check has nothing against Don Shula. Still, news that the Hall of Fame coach will open a branch of his Shula's 347 Grill in the new Roberts Tower doesn't sit quite right.What about the steakhouse concepts of our very own St. Louis Rams?

What do you mean, "What steakhouse concepts of our very own St. Louis Rams?"

Don't worry. Gut Check hadn't heard of them, either -- until a source deep inside the restaurant biz passed along the list of proposed concepts that is being circulated among restaurateurs and investors.

See the list for yourself, after the jump.

- London Fletcher's London Broil

- Kurt Warner's Steak-Red Heart

- Orlando Pacemaker's: An All-You-Can-Eat Steak Buffet

- Az-Zahir Hakim's Quickies*

- Kyle Turley's Beefy Beefy Beef-Beef

- Leonard Little's Steak 'n' Smash Up

- Ricky Proehl's Proehl Bowl Steakhouse

- Marshal Faulk's Bitch, I Told You It's a Steak, Eat It or Else

- Marc Bulger's Steaks and Aw, Fuck it, I Quit

- Trent Green's Steak House, Home of -- Lookit! Bees!

* - Actually a real burger joint Hakim owns in Arizona! Thanks, Wikipedia!

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