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C&K -- a 40-year veteran of the local barbecue scene -- serves it sloppy and tasty. The liquidy sauce has heavy tomato overtones in its aroma and a visible dose of black pepper and other spices. The meat is full-bodied, moderately dense near the bones but especially chewy down around the left-intact flap piece, making this a good choice for those who gravitate toward this unique style of sauce or toward the gnaw-the-bones style of barbecue. Carryout only.
C-Mowe's doesn't suffer from flashy pretension. This spacious, no-frills strip joint features a pair of stages and an impressively long bar. The clientele here in northern Washington Park is a bit older and more relaxed than the clubs clustered off Interstate 64 on the southern edge of town. In addition to a pool table, C-Mowe's also has a huge projector screen, on which the nice young lady who mans the bar will play Cardinals and Rams games.
Besides being a popular happy-hour spot, CJ Muggs also serves up a large variety of lunch and dinner options. Most any craving can be satisfied with selections including Bayou shrimp, nachos, meat loaf, risotto, vegetable pad Thai, burgers, pizzas (using both mozzarella and Provel) and an ample sandwich selection. On nice days, guests can enjoy their meals on CJ Muggs' large patio.
With a large menu, big bar and plenty of seating, C.J. Muggs, at the corner of Lockwood and Gore avenues in Webster Groves, feeds and entertains locals and newcomers en masse. The menu features expected and unexpected bar fare, including Bayou shrimp sautéed in a beer-and-butter sauce, three-bean chicken chili and Creole gumbo. C.J. Muggs also serves an expansive selection of pizzas, baked with both mozzarella and Provel cheeses. Some of the restaurant's heftier bites include entrées, burgers and sandwiches, including a bourbon pepper steak, seared and topped with a sweet onion bourbon sauce and onion strings, a barbecued pulled pork sandwich and the "St. Louis Bleus" burger topped with blue cheese and bacon. Local musicians rock out on a corner stage, and after a few beers, you'll be waving your lighter in the air with a group of new best friends. C.J. Muggs also offers patio seating along the sidewalk, and the Webster Groves location houses a large private banquet room.
Husband and wife Wendell Bryant and Latoshia Morrow opened their family-friendly Cabana on the Loop as a relaxed, vacationlike spot to grab breakfast and lunch. The restaurant occupies a storefront on the eastern edge of the Delmar Loop and offers breakfast, lunch and weekends-only dinner. Dishes lean Southern, such as biscuits with turkey gravy, shrimp and grits and a fried catfish sandwich. Cabana on the Loop has a large selection of dressed-up waffles and French toast, as well as a cereal bar that diners can top with a variety of accouterments. Don’t leave without trying the honey-glaze onion rings -- these golden beauties are like a cross between onion rings and a funnel cake.
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