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Dives usually aren't this spacious; there are enough tables and chairs set up in Maurizio's to make it look like a cross between a sports bar and a corporate cafeteria. Dives also never boast menus this expansive: New York-style pizzas, strombolis, lasagna, manicotti, rib-eye steak, lemon chicken, pork steak, subs, burgers, salads and -- the icing on the cake -- tiramisu. And while the tons of food at cheap prices is great and all, what makes Maurizio's a don't-miss is the late-night people-watching. Open till 3 a.m. seven days a week, Maurizio's is the place to cap off a night of downtown debauchery -- and to witness all walks of Lou life in their after-hours glory.
Just north of downtown along Broadway, at the corner of Mullanphy Street, hides one of St. Louis' barbecue destinations. A carryout restaurant with limited seating, Smoki O's feeds its barbecue-hungry crowd slow-cooked meats of just about every variety. Sandwiches and dinners are available, built around your choice of barbecue, including pulled chicken or pork, ribs, brisket, hamburgers and turkey. Patrons can round out their meal with potato salad, cole slaw, mac & cheese or vegetarian greens. Desserts include carrot cake, German chocolate cake and peach cobbler. Smoki O's serves your meat hot or mild, according to your request. They are also available for catering. And yes, Smoki O's does have snoots.
Situated at the eastern end of the renovated Tudor Building, Smoking Joe's turns out some of the best beef brisket in town: tender, juicy with rendered fat and utterly delicious. All meats are served dry, with three sauces on the side: a spicy, a mild and a sweet-and-tangy variety. The dry rub has a bit of heat; it's a welcome accent to the baby-back ribs and the pulled chicken. (Other meats include pulled pork, sausage and turkey.) The restaurant has a more modern look than most barbecue joints, with flat-screen TVs and live jazz and blue music on weekend nights.
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