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No one in St. Louis—or anywhere else in America—is surprised that Papa John's survived its post-presidential-election "Obama Care price hike" kerfluffle. With upwards of 4,000 pizza parlors (more than 2,600 of them in the U.S.) worldwide, this industry leader could theoretically afford its threat to raise pizza prices if health-care-reform took effect. Papa John's revolutionized to-go dining by allowing customers to text in their orders, and was the first parlor in the U.S. to offer all-natural pizza pies. Menu items include Papa John's long-popular Five Sausage Pizza, made with chorizo, pork, smoked, and two different Italian sausages, or John's Favorite, concocted by founder John Schnatter and piled with pepperoni, sausage, and six different cheeses. Thin and thick crusts are available on every pie, and online ordering offers discounts to returning customers. Papa John's is easy to find on Voice Places.
Located in Lafayette Square along Park Avenue just a few steps east of Lafayette Park, Park Avenue Coffee features a large selection of coffee and espresso drinks and St. Louis’s very own favorite dessert, gooey butter cake. The coffee all starts with locally roasted Chauvin Coffee beans and comes in a variety of drink options, including flavored mochas and lattes, a “Cubano” with raw sugar, or on ice as a caramel macchiato and Thai coffee with sweetened condensed milk. Park Avenue also serves blended frappicanos, teas and fruit smoothies with real fruit and nonfat yogurt. They offer a few bagels and other baked goods, but the real eats at Park Avenue begin and end with gooey butter cake, with more than 70 different flavors available for order, all beginning with eggs, butter, cream cheese and powdered sugar, and followed by several different fine-tuned flavors. Among the top-selling flavors Park Avenue offers are red velvet, white-chocolate blueberry and key lime, plus the original recipe, plain, old traditional cake. Cakes can be purchased in squares or by the whole cake, with the option to make it heart-shaped, if so desired.
Before visitors enter the fray of slots, lights, music and booze at Lumière Place, they can sit and sip a coffee or tea at Peet's Coffee & Tea tucked away on the side of the building that houses the casino and its accompanying restaurants. Part of the chain that originated in Berkeley, California, the Peet's at Lumière is the only one in Missouri. The coffee shop serves up an array of specialty coffees including lattes and mochas, as well as an extensive selection of teas.
Walking into the resplendent Pepper Lounge, the phrase "spare no expense" comes to mind. From the staff to the leather fascia on the doors, everything about Pepper is posh. Heck, even the hallway to the bathroom and the back room are nice enough to get married in. This nightspot is where the genetically blessed come to mingle with River City's elite (think Cardinals, Rams and Blues in the flesh) and sip serious cocktails. Don't leave without ordering a martini, because Pepper's skilled bartenders muddle, twist, splash and scoop their way to greatness - the True Blood is a mind-blowing concoction with freshly macerated strawberries and just enough balsamic to catapult this 'tini into the stratosphere. On Saturdays, the space in the three large rooms is tighter than the tube dresses painted on the well-heeled clientele.
Pickles lies in an unassuming storefront in the Central West End close to a multitude of dining options. Diners can build their own sandwich from the different meat, cheese and bread options, including roast beef, ham and Volpi salami. Sides include traditional deli standards such as cole slaw and potato salad.
Something a little different from the standard food-court fare, Pita King features falafel, gyros, hummus, tabbouleh, baba ghanouj and other Middle Eastern specialties, à la carte or combined into $4.99 plates. Cheap, healthy and slightly exotic -- an excellent alternative for a quick lunch or dinner downtown.
Pita Pit is a restaurant serving pita bread sandwiches, soups and salads in downtown St. Louis.
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