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Gourmet Seafood 

Blue Water Grill

Executive chef Phil Noe has his fish flown in, by four different suppliers, from the East and West coasts. In landlocked St Louis, he comes up with exotic Arctic char and tautog. "I get fish from George's Bank off the coast of Maine, which is the cleanest water you can get fish from," Noe says. He also serves halibut from Alaska and Florida and tuna from such local suppliers as Bob's Seafood and East Coast oysters from Foley's.

1. Blue Water Grill
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3. Crazy Fish
4. Bristol Bar & Grill
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6. S&P Oyster Co.
7. Landry's Seafood House
8. Café Balaban
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10. Gulf Coast Café

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