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Specializing in New York-style pizza, Bridge & Tunnel serves up a straightforward pizza menu with classic toppings and a few specialty toppings such as artichoke hearts and feta. Other items include calzones, stromboli and salads. The fast-casual setting offers downtown diners a quick lunch option before heading back to work or after catching a game. Weekend bar-goers can stop by for a bite to help soak up the alcohol -- Bridge & Tunnel stays open until 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
B. Halls, located in O'Fallon off Highway K near O'Fallon Road, has been combining family atmosphere with night life for the past ten years. During the day, B. Halls is a regular stop for soccer teams and families, especially on Tuesdays when kids eat free. But at night, B. Halls is a hot spot for drinkers in their 20s and early 30s, who flock here for the convivial scene, the darts and the exceptionally long happy hour -- which lasts from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, only to begin again at 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Happy hour includes $3.99 Jack Daniels cocktails, $3 wells, $3 house margaritas, $2 domestic bottles, $1.50 domestic drafts, and selected appetizers for $5.49. Domestic pitchers are $4.75 all day Monday, Saturday and Sunday. B. Halls is best known for its hot wings, which have won first place in the Wing Ding competition five years in a row.
Part of the Michael Del Pietro group of restaurants that includes Via Vino, Del Pietro's, Luciano's Trattoria, Sugo's Spaghetteria, Babbo's lies in a strip mall across from Plaza Frontenac. The concise menu includes a small selection of antipasti, including bruschetta and eggplant. The main event features pastas, with spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna and the risotto of the day among the choices, as well as a variety of pizzas,chicken, veal and fish rounding out the menu.
Babe's just may be the holy grail of St. Louis bars. Other than exposed brick and a shiny wooden bar, this tiny south-side haunt has a decidedly no-frills atmosphere (they've got Golden Tee and, for decoration, a Heineken mirror) - but who needs accoutrements when the crowd is this colorful? Voted "Best Bar Bar" by the RFT in 2009, Babe's is an intimate neighborhood bar that draws regulars six nights a week. The stated capacity indoors is just 49, although that number doubles or even triples when the large patio is packed with people, celebrating Cardinals victories or softball team losses.
Initially operating out of a commercial kitchen, Baby Cakes opened a modest storefront in early 2011 where patrons can stop by to grab their sweet treats. Some of the shop's offerings include double chocolate and the "redhead," a red-velvet cupcake. Baby Cakes also has a rotating schedule of cupcakes that includes turtle, lemon drop and peanut-butter banana. Early birds can enjoy breakfast cupcakes such as the vanilla-caramel latte and banana walnut. Baby Cakes' menu also features donuts, cookies and, for the truly indulgent, frosting shots.
Bacana Brasil is a churrascaria: You sit at your table, and costumed "gauchos" bring you meat until you tell them to stop. Most selections at least offer the simple pleasures of grilled meat. Standouts include juicy, tender top-round sirloin and super-size lamb shish kebabs. Side dishes and salads are available from the salad bar and hot buffet -- but considering how much meat you'll ingest, you probably shouldn't visit these more than once. Everything but drinks and dessert (if you can manage it) are included in the all-you-can-eat price.
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