Sportsman's Park

Sportsman's Park is the kind of place that makes you want to be a regular, to know the bartenders and waitresses by name, to nestle into your favorite stool, eat your favorite food, and stay all day. With nearly 40 years of business and loyal, happy customers, this easy-to-miss, nondescript tavern chock-a-bloc with sports and St. Louis memorabilia alike is one of the of the best places to lose yourself in the game. Many of the burgers, sandwiches and pizzas are $10 or less, but Sportsman's Park is perhaps most known for its chicken strips and wings with its zippy signature sauce. Originally named "Jackie's Place" after NFL Hall of Famer Jackie Smith, Sportman's Park serves up classic burgers and fries, quesadillas, potato skins, wraps and drinks.

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