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For those who just don't have the time to head out to the woods as often as they'd like, Big Bear Grill brings the hunting lodge to you. The décor would make any hunter feel at home. Continuing with the theme, Big Bear's menu offers sportsmen and -women wings and sliders, the Chuckwagon (a twelve-ounce ground chuck), catfish, salmon, burgers, dogs and wraps.
Travelers along Route 66 just west of St. Louis were able to spend a night in one of the longest and largest motels of the time, the Big Chief Highway Hotel, where hungry drivers could dine at one of the few full-service restaurants along the road. The Transcontinental Highway is no more, nor is the large hotel, but the Big Chief Roadhouse, where cross-country travelers once dined, still remains. With an updated menu, modern patrons can enjoy burgers, pasta and several specialty pizzas. The Big Chief also has a kids' menu and nightly dinner specials.
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.
Just a stone's throw away to the south of the lovely River Des Peres is the Chippewa location of St. Louis' answer to Mexican dining, El Maguey. This smaller location in south St. Louis, near Lindenwood Park and Shrewsbury, gets crowded most nights during dinner hours. The menu includes several steak and chicken meals, such as "Steak Mexicano," a T-bone with onions, tomatoes and peppers, "Steak El Maguey," a rib eye cooked with mushrooms, peppers, onions and tomatoes, or "Pollo Michoacano," a grilled chicken breast with chorizo and melted cheese. El Maguey also offers burritos, enchiladas, fajitas and quesadillas, as well as numerous combination plates.
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