April 26, 2011

Bogart's Smokehouse

For many of you, I suspect (because I'm like this, too), barbecue and pork are synonymous — or, if not exactly synonymous, then, at the very least, pig is the first thing that comes to mind when your nose gets a whiff of woodsmoke. I implore you, though: Try the prime rib. Click here to continue reading Ian Froeb's review of Bogart's Smokehouse. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
Bogart's Smokehouse
1627 S. 9th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
St. Louis - Soulard/Benton Park
314-621-3107
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Bogart's Smokehouse at the corner of 9th and Lafayette in Soulard.
Bogart's Smokehouse at the corner of 9th and Lafayette in Soulard.
Skip Steele, Executive Chef and one of the owners of Bogart's Smokehouse.
Skip Steele, Executive Chef and one of the owners of Bogart's Smokehouse.
Paper towels and sauces can be found on every table at Bogart's Smokehouse.
Paper towels and sauces can be found on every table at Bogart's Smokehouse.
Late on a Saturday afternoon in April, the crowds never seemed to slow down.
Late on a Saturday afternoon in April, the crowds never seemed to slow down.
Late on a Saturday afternoon in April, the crowds never seemed to slow down.
Late on a Saturday afternoon in April, the crowds never seemed to slow down.
Skip Steele glazing some ribs.
Skip Steele glazing some ribs.
Skip Steele glazing some ribs.
Skip Steele glazing some ribs.
Skip Steele glazing some ribs.
Skip Steele glazing some ribs.
...and then comes the torch!
...and then comes the torch!
Pig is the theme at Bogart's smokehouse.
Pig is the theme at Bogart's smokehouse.