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America's Incredible Pizza Company is a pizza restaurant located in south county.
It's not enough that this ice creamery has introduced more than 1,000 ice cream flavors in St. Louis and across the world. Despite increased frozen-dessert competition, Baskin Robbins, always easy to find on Voice Places, has been named the top ice cream franchise in the United States by Entrepreneur magazine. Its nearly 7,000 retail shops have revolutionized the way we buy ice cream, with an ever-changing menu launched in 1945 in Glendale, California. Specialty flavors by the gallon or the scoop come and go, but the most popular ones—Mint Chocolate Chip; Butter Pecan; Rocky Road—have become perennials. Seasonal flavors and grab-and-go treats are a staple, and recent additions to Baskin Robbins' innovative dessert menu include hand-packed ice cream quarts, a unique flavor ribbon technique, and the introduction of mousse-textured ice creams. Signature ice cream cakes and a growing line of ice-creamy beverages (including the coffee-centric Cappuccino Blast) continue a tradition of mixing up the cold-dessert world.
Chef John Helbig and his wife Shari serve up mid-range Italian fare from their restaurant, Bella Sera, in Sunset Hills. Starters include not only St. Louis fave toasted ravioli, but also toasted cannelloni, along with other appetizers. Bella Sera's pasta dishes range from the standards - tortellini and spaghetti and meatballs - to specialty pastas such as the Cajun fettuccine and linguine Bella Sera, which includes grilled chicken, mushrooms, roasted red peppers and asparagus in a garlic-cheese sauce. Entrées include a concise listing of chicken and steak dishes such as chicken spiedini and New York strip steak as well as seafood and veal. Bella Sera also offers sandwiches, pizzas and a kids' menu. Banquet facilities and catering are also available.
St. Louis diners who have never managed to master Starbucks' sizing system will find Cold Stone Creamery's similarly challenging; the ice-cream chain eschews small, medium, and large in favor of "Like It," "Love It," and "Gotta Have It" sizes. Once the portion is picked, patrons can concoct their own creations from super-premium ice cream flavors like vanilla, cake batter, chocolate, strawberry and coffee, plus a kaleidoscope of toppings: nuts, brownies, cookies, candy, and even chunks of pie crust. The Creamery's ice cream engineers will scoop your selections onto a frozen slab and deftly fold in the toppings, ensuring that you won't have to hunt very far with your spoon for another hunk of cookie dough. Voice Places has Cold Stone Creamery down cold.
At Crazy Bowls & Wraps, the premise is simple: choose your vessel (bowl, wrap or salad); choose either brown or jasmine rice, whole-wheat noodles or quinoa; choose a protein - dark-meat chicken or grilled tofu (breast of chicken and other upgrades are extra). Then select from the various options. Crazy Bowls offers everything from a teriyaki bowl or hot and spicy bowl (featuring carrots, napa cabbage and onions in a jalapeño-cilantro sauce) to a spicy Buffalo wrap or Thai wrap. Vegetarians can select from such items as a veggie fajita bowl with red peppers, onion, tomato, cilantro sauce, zucchini, pepperoncinis, beans, cheddar and avocado.
Dulany's Grille and Pub is a spacious, unpretentious place located in a plaza off Tesson Ferry near I-270, specializing in both Italian cuisine and local sports. The multiple televisions are almost always programmed to the NFL network, and for every televised Mizzou, or any other St. Louis team, home game, Dulany's has $5 appetizers and $2 domestic bottles. Dulany's is a friendly neighborhood bar that draws devoted regulars, and the staff promises that if you come in once or twice, you'll pretty much get to know everyone. The bloody mary gets high marks, as does the pasta amalfi.
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