3106 Olive St St Louis, MO (314) 535-4340
Ribs Food Feud.
6726 Chippewa St Saint Louis, MO (314) 481-2652
Best upside-down frozen treat.
1401 Saint Louis Ave St Louis, MO (314) 621-9650
Traditional American Hot Dogs
Adam had to drink five 24-ounce malt milkshakes in 30 minutes, a challenge offered by the restaurant since 1913.
5510 Virginia Ave St Louis, MO (314) 351-4500
Monte Cristo hot dog
4270 Manchester Ave St Louis, MO (314) 371-0304
6525 Chippewa St St. Louis, MO (314) 645-7714
This little donut shop sells donuts, cinnamon rolls, coffee, milk and soda. They were voted "Best Hand-cut Donuts in St. Louis on Route 66."
2100 Locust St St. Louis, MO (314) 241-2337
Producing more than 30 styles of handcrafted micro-brewed beers annually, their brewery was founded in 1991 by Tom Schlafly and Dan Kopman a
2900 Virginia Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 776-1407
the neighborhood joint putting the smoke on cheese fries and delicious duck
2225 Macklind Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 773-4455
the Italian-Greek joint run by two brothers, serving up a town staple in fried ravioli and mom's recipe for dolmathes.
6504 Delmar Blvd St. Louis, MO (314) 727-4444
Opened in 1972 this landmark restaurant and music club includes monthly performances by legendary Rock and Roll musician Chuck Berry. Locate
34 S Old Orchard Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 968-0061
Cajun & Creole
the nawlins roadhouse serving up rice and beans, cajun potstickers and a pulled pork pasta
1919 Park Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 621-4020
St. Louis is the birthplace of gooey butter cake, and Park Avenue Coffee has created more than 70 varieties of the sweet treat.
419 N Euclid Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 361-1060
classic British pub cooking up gourmet grilled cheese and a porchetta masterpiece
1915 Park Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 241-8100
located in Lafayette Square. This dessert lounge features a full bar with over two dozen Chocolate Martinis, 90 beers as well as spirits, wi
1627 S 9th St St. Louis, MO (314) 621-3107
Some of the best barbecue in St. Louis is at Bogart's. On the menu: smoky beef brisket, turkey, pulled pork and apricot-bruleed ribs.
2201 Macklind Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 776-2926
Alex Guarnaschelli - Fried Raviolis
6483 Chippewa St St. Louis, MO (314) 352-2253
Gooey butter cake feud.
308 N Euclid Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 367-1200
boasts a bar made of ice and over 380 vodkas from 26 different countries.
5226 Shaw Ave St Louis, MO (314) 772-8898
Charlie Gitto’s on the Hill still uses the original 1940s recipe to make its toasted ravioli, producing about 10,000 deliciously deep-frie
1801 Olive St St. Louis, MO (314) 621-5949
Super slinger which has hashbrowns, eggs, hamburger meat and covered in chili
5213 Chippewa St St. Louis, MO (314) 832-2211
it also holds a mahogany walk-in refrigerator that legend has it was built by the Anheuser-Busch Brewery and is one of the few left in St. L
6177 Delmar Blvd St. Louis, MO (314) 721-1111
Specializing in classic pre-prohibition era style cocktails, they also serve new, creative and innovative cocktails and have an extensive wi
1934 Macklind Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 776-9410
In the neighborhood known as the Hill, Gioia's makes its own salami from the ground parts of a pigs head, including the nose, ears and cheek
6691 Delmar Blvd St Louis, MO (314) 862-0009
Cicero’s in St. Louis strives to make the best version of the city’s unique pizza. The cracker-thin crust has to stand up to the sweet s
3257 Ivanhoe Ave St. Louis, MO
At Farmhaus, chef Kevin Willmann is changing the face of dining in St. Louis by offering dishes with boundary-pushing ingredients and techni
4071 Keokuk St St. Louis, MO (314) 772-3100
The Bosnian open-hearth style of cooking is on full display at this restaurant with its traditional dishes, including sace -- lamb, vegetabl
4390 Jennings Station Rd St Louis, MO (314) 385-8100
C&K Barbecue draws crowds of people who can’t get enough of its St. Louis-style ribs, which are covered in a special vinegar-based barbecu
1545 N Broadway St. Louis, MO (314) 621-8180
Smoki O's as the best snoots in St. Louis. What are snoots? Pig snouts cured overnight, seasoned with cayenne pepper, garlic and salt, then
11428 Concord Village Ave St. Louis, MO (314) 842-1728
One of St. Louis' most iconic foods is still served at Schottzie's -- the brain sandwich. But most go for its famous St. Louis-style pizza,
10612 Page Ave St Louis, MO (314) 428-7776
St. Louis is known for its barbecue, and at Ms. Piggies’ Smokehouse, that means pork steaks that are smoked low and slow and then served u
6602 Delmar Blvd St. Louis, MO (314) 863-6365
Pizza style mac and cheese.
421 S MAIN ST Caseyville, IL (618) 343-0911
12490 Saint Charles Rock Rd Bridgeton, MO (314) 344-1010
Robert finds an Italian restaurant stuck in the past with a laundry list of problems. They claim to cook old family recipes, but Robert disc
7402 Manchester Rd St Louis, MO (314) 644-0929
try the st louis breakfast tradition slingers
5400 Murdoch Ave St Louis, MO (314) 553-9994
Try the Gooey Butter Cake
8111 Olive Blvd St Louis, MO (314) 997-0666
Famous St Louis style pizza and toasted raviolis
7637 Ivory Ave St Louis, MO (314) 544-4900
Big fat greek burger
9200 Olive Blvd St Louis, MO (314) 997-2301
Super sized meat sandwich
6525 Delmar Blvd St Louis, MO (314) 727-0200
Toasted ravioli stuffed with burnt ends