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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    likewise, welcome...originally from the Lou myself.

    Dogtown is a good area, Chewys Mexican (check it out if it is still around). been a few years since i have been in ht area, but there is a lot of fun stuff to do and enjoy.

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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by pilotpip View Post
    I used to think that. Then Hi Pointe opened...
    Hi-Pointe is fancy/trendy burgers. Seamus is barfood - I'm a Dive or Dump kinda guy, so I go for the bar burger. And, I can never get a parking spot at Hi-Pointe.

    My wife prefers Hi-Pointe. Go figure - she doesn't want to be in a place where your shoes stick to the floor.

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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by forrest@mothers View Post
    Hi-Pointe is fancy/trendy burgers. Seamus is barfood - I'm a Dive or Dump kinda guy, so I go for the bar burger. And, I can never get a parking spot at Hi-Pointe.

    My wife prefers Hi-Pointe. Go figure - she doesn't want to be in a place where your shoes stick to the floor.
    True, my GF has a very strict diet and basically can eat only a salad at Seamus or I would go more. I try to convince friends to go there!

    Hi Pointe parking - terrible, even with the curbside only it was a zoo. Its a little under a mile away and we will walk sometimes to avoid that issue

    LOL at the shoes comment, their buffalo chicken sandwich is great and HUGE like the burger, also the pepper jack fried cheese sticks are to die for.

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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormin08 View Post
    likewise, welcome...originally from the Lou myself.

    Dogtown is a good area, Chewys Mexican (check it out if it is still around). been a few years since i have been in ht area, but there is a lot of fun stuff to do and enjoy.
    Thanks. Oh cool! Love it here, been here a little over 2 years.

    I think Chewys is gone never heard of it and not coming up on a search, Chava's in Soulard is my favorite locally owned spot, then Rosalitas is my second choice

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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    Soulard...Big Daddys steak sandwich
    Soulard...Johhnys (Lunch)
    Soulard...Broadway Oyster bar
    Dont Rule out Venice Cafe ( Cool Place)

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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormin08 View Post
    Soulard...Big Daddys steak sandwich
    Soulard...Johhnys (Lunch)
    Soulard...Broadway Oyster bar
    Dont Rule out Venice Cafe ( Cool Place)
    Thanks! Will add them to the list, love all the food STL has to offer, WAY more than other places I have lived. The amount of BBQ is overwhelming and its a good thing haha

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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    For BBQ, the big names (Pappy's, SugarFire and Dalie's) are winners. Me? I LOVE the Texas Hot sauce at Sugarfire. It's the best sauce I've found, and it's spectacular on turkey. Smokey Mo's is owned by the Imo's of pizza fame. They're just south, in Arnold.

    Soulard - my favorite is McGurk's.

    Geez, now I'm hungry. Too bad my wife says we're still social distancing.

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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by forrest@mothers View Post
    For BBQ, the big names (Pappy's, SugarFire and Dalie's) are winners. Me? I LOVE the Texas Hot sauce at Sugarfire. It's the best sauce I've found, and it's spectacular on turkey. Smokey Mo's is owned by the Imo's of pizza fame. They're just south, in Arnold.

    Soulard - my favorite is McGurk's.

    Geez, now I'm hungry. Too bad my wife says we're still social distancing.
    YES Sugarfire and Pappys! I'll have to try that hot BBQ at Sugarfire. Dalie's is my most recent discovery.. WOW @ the fried fire and ice pickles, didn't expect that. Smokey Mo's is also added to my list of to try

    Adam's Smokehouse (lunch today!) is my favorite hidden gem, went there today, Bogarts is incredible as well, depends my mood and the sides I want for all of these choices

    I've only had McGurks food once, very good. I've drank there a few times, amazing outdoor area.

    We are social distancing too, but curbside and pickup happens a few times a week

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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    Welcome to the forum from PA.( southeastern and northeastern)
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    Re: New Guy out of St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by DeepImpactCoyote15 View Post
    YES Sugarfire and Pappys! I'll have to try that hot BBQ at Sugarfire. Dalie's is my most recent discovery.. WOW @ the fried fire and ice pickles, didn't expect that. Smokey Mo's is also added to my list of to try

    Adam's Smokehouse (lunch today!) is my favorite hidden gem, went there today, Bogarts is incredible as well, depends my mood and the sides I want for all of these choices

    I've only had McGurks food once, very good. I've drank there a few times, amazing outdoor area.

    We are social distancing too, but curbside and pickup happens a few times a week
    If I still lived down there, I'd be about 400 pounds. Between all the good places mentioned, and pretty much everything on the Hill I'd be constantly eating.

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