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Conveniently located just off Highway 141 near I-44 in Valley Park, Bobby's Place draws a large crowd of hard-working west county males looking for a place to unwind after a long day. Bobs in all forms cover the walls, bar top and even the menu; no Bob is safe, not even the Cari-Bob. Enjoy a cold beer and the Stanley Cup Nachos or the Barclay Supreme Pizza as you ruminate over your team's latest win or loss. Hockey fans will appreciate the wide-screen, high-def televisions for game-watching, as well as the fact that the bar is named for the former Blues defenseman, Bobby Plager. Others will appreciate the easily accessible bar, attractive bartenders and the plethora of floor space for grooving to live bands or just the jukebox.
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.
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Hidden in an almost abandoned shopping strip, this long-standing veteran-friendly Valley Park dive still manages to be "a place where everyone knows your name." Though not much to look at from the outside, the inside is welcoming; it's highly likely that after only one visit, the bartender will personally introduce you to the regulars. Once inducted into the ranks, you will have no choice but to hear more than one of the stories that accompany Cheers' photos and memorabilia from past and present Army Special Forces. The pool table, substantial menu (including breakfast on Sundays), stage for live music on the weekends and plenty of space for the occasional drinking game offer something for everyone. Just don't be deceived by the mislabeled sign behind the bar: This is not McKenna's Irish Pub; no one is trying to fool you; they have been and always will be Cheers (since 1990). Someone just didn't know *their* name -- yet.
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