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Joining Baileys’ Chocolate Bar, Rooster and the Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar, Baileys’ Range is Dave Bailey’s most ambitious venture to date: He seeks to provide luxe-quality burgers in quantities usually associated with Five Guys or Smashburger. Made from locally sourced, grass-fed beef, the burgers are excellent, whether you order yours unadorned, with cheese or classed up with sautéed mushrooms and Taleggio or meated up with pulled pork. Patties made from lamb, bison, duck, chicken and vegetables are also available. The fries are topnotch, the shakes blended with super-creamy housemade ice cream.
Catering to the downtown 9-to-5ers looking for a no-nonsense meal, Big Ed's Chili Mac Diner stays open only until 2 p.m. The unpretentious diner features counter service with tables along the opposite wall and a menu of diner staples, including eggs, burgers and of course the eponymous chili mac.
Located inside the Sheraton City Center hotel, Bistro 14 opens for breakfast every day. The menu includes eggs, oatmeal and waffles, or, for those wanting to try a variety, Bistro 14 also serves a breakfast buffet. The restaurant also opens for special events in the evenings.
Located a few blocks from Busch Stadium, Caleco's draws big crowds during baseball season, with fans looking for a pre- or post-game beverage or snack. Also popular among the downtown work crowd, Caleco's highlights focus on pub food - T-ravs, nachos (with cheddar and Provel) and chicken wings - while also providing higher-end options such as filet mignon and a lengthy pasta menu. The bar stays open until 3 a.m. seven days a week.
The downtown outpost of Charlie Gitto's has been cooking since 1974. The menu includes the staples of Italian meals - spaghetti bolognese, fettuccine alfredo, osso bucco - and some St. Louis-specific selections, including T-ravs and the option of Provel on sandwiches. Fans of Gitto's red sauce and house dressing can purchase either at many local grocery stores or at the restaurant.
"Eat Rite or Don't Eat At All." So it says on the coffee cups (and the souvenir T-shirts) at this no-frills 24-hour greasy spoon amid the industrial wasteland between downtown and Soulard. Folks come from miles around to fill up on the breakfast-and-burgers menu: bar-hoppers and club kids finally coming down from their late-night-into-early-morning highs; factory workers and blue-collars getting off graveyard shifts; curious newcomers who've heard about the bizarro vibe that pervades these cramped counter-only environs. To call the food at Eat-Rite cheap is an understatement -- six burgers (real-size, not White Castle-size) run $4.50. And many swear by the Eat-Rite's redoubtable slinger (for the uninitiated, that'd be fried eggs, hash browns and a burger patty, avec chili).
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