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Cajun/Creole Cuisine 

Broadway Oyster Bar

The Broadway Oyster Bar, after years of popularity, is still a place to take somebody who thinks they've seen it all in St. Louis. The crazy-quilt of band photos and concert posters. The live music. The beer selection. And, obviously, the food, which is more than reminiscent of that city just down the river from us. From po' boys to jambalaya, the Broadway Oyster Bar can be your first and last stop for Cajun food in St. Louis. Just stick around the band. They'll be good.

1. Broadway Oyster Bar
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