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Bandana's Bar-B-Q is an American barbecue restaurant chain. The location at 14141 Manchester is located in Ballwin.
Summertime, the livin' is easy and Barney's half-chicken is calling your name. Only partly because it's open May through September, the converted garage that is Barney's Bar-B-Q positively screams summer. Get ribs if you want, but it's the chicken they do most right here, pink and juicy, dipped in your cupful of vinegar-based, cider-tinged barbecue sauce. Sit down at one of the red-painted picnic tables, kick off your sandals and let your feet feel the thick grass underneath. Hot fun!
The Bellacino's in the Hampton Village shopping center is part of the grinder chain started in 1998, with each location locally owned and operated. Its menu focuses on salads, pizza and grinders (natch), with a section devoted to lighter options that use fat-free mozzarella and fat-free mayonnaise. Not interested in the lighter side of life? Go for the "Bomber" -- thin-sliced rib-eye steak with mushrooms, green peppers, cheese, lettuce, tomato and "thick and hearty sauce" or the Italian grinder which is stuffed with ham, salami, sausage, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise.
A little piece of Soulard out in Ballwin, Bone's French Quarter features daily specials involving food and drink and has a large menu with just about anything that a well-stocked bar should serve. Appetizers -- and there are many -- include Buffalo chicken Rangoon, crab cakes and sliders. Bone's dishes up a number of large sandwiches and wraps, such as its French Quarter club and a Cajun-fried crawdad wrap. Other signature items on the menu include a beef-and-brick cheese roast beef sandwich on egg bread served with au jus and a five-alarm cheeseburger, a one-third pound, seasoned patty with pepper jack and jalapeños. Bone's keeps the anything-goes spirit alive with slashed daily drink specials ($2 pitchers!), and the smoking ban keeps the small space comfortable. Bone's also features a full weekend breakfast menu, including a slinger and a one-pound breakfast burrito stuffed with potatoes, eggs, meat, cheese and gravy.
A different kind of fusion cuisine: This tiny storefront offers Pakistani dishes as well as American fast - or fast-casual, if you prefer - food. The Pakistani dishes include richly seasoned chicken biryani, beef kabobs and chicken in an aggressively spicy karahi sauce. The American side of the menu offers burgers and pizza with all the usual toppings. The can't-miss dish is the "broasted" chicken. This is chicken deep-fried in a pressure cooker, essentially, and the results are sensational. The breading is thin, crisp and not overly greasy, while the meat is wonderfully flavorful and spicy.
Callier's Catering is a catering company based in Manchester, Missouri. It offers catering services for corporate events, weddings, special events, outdoor events, bar services and more.
If beer and burgers aren't your style, how about wine and pasta? For the past two years, Candicci's in Ballwin has been "slowly trying to educate people in the county of what real Italian food tastes like." With customer favorites like langusto supremo, tutto mare and spidino frutta mare, Candicci's has become a dining destination in a relatively short amount of time. But if you're feeling a little less adventurous, despite the assurance from employees, Candicci's also has pizza -- always a safe alternative. There are more than 40 varieties of wine in stock, plus live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night and drink specials on weekdays. Dining solo? No need to feel embarrassed; there's always a game on TV.
Cecil Whittaker's started in 1983 in south county and has grown to 25 locations around the St. Louis area. The restaurant specializes in St. Louis-style pizza but also offers appetizers, sandwiches and pastas, including tortellini and spaghetti. The Central West End location offers dining in, delivery and carryout.
Long-time St. Louis resident will surely remember Charlotte Peters of the eponymous daytime TV show that ran from the late '40s to the end of the '60s. The star's daughter started Charlotte's Rib in the '70s and the joint has been specializing in St. Louis-style barbecue ever since. Offerings include brisket, ribs and a pork place. Expect to find the standard barbecue side dishes: corn on the cob, baked beans and slaw, to name a few.
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