El Maguey-Bridgeton

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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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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