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  Rich's Famous Burgers, 112 Main St, Steelville, MO 65565, USA 





Total Wine - 1781 Clarkson, Chesterfield

Porta Vita Rosato 2013 - Italy

Cardiff - Chardonnay 2012 - California

L. A. Cetto - Chardonnay

Rosenthal - The Malibu Estate - Chardonnay

Chateau St. Michelle - Chardonnay

Jacobs Creek Pinot Grigor - Australia


Einstein - 15828 Manchester Rd., Ellisville - 636-207-8044





3801 Watson Rd, St. Louis, MO 63109




Hobos at the American Legion Online Ordering (

200 Main Street  St. Peters, MO 63376



2100 GRAVOIS AVE., ST. LOUIS, MO 63104 314-776-7292



Riverfront Times - Best Fried Chicken

3152-54 Osceola St. Louis, MO 63111



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St. Louis Restaurants

Upper Crust Bread


Ms. Piggies. Jumbo pork steak

Chili macs diner. 

C. K. B. B. Q. 

Charlie Gitto's 

Park avenue coffee. Gooey. 



2438 McNair
St. Louis, MO 63104

Donut Drive-In
6525 Chippewa St.
St. Louis, MO 63109
(314) 645-7714

Strange Donuts
107 E. Argonne
St. Louis, MO 63122
(314) 394-2323

Missouri Baking Company
2027 Edwards St.
St. Louis, MO 63110
(314) 773-6566

Ex Cop Donut Shop
4584 Telegraph Road
St. Louis, MO 63129
(314) 894-2577

McArthur’s Bakery
3055 Lemay Ferry Road
St. Louis, MO 63125
(314) 894-0900

Cheap Eats Show

Kingside diner - pork slinger
Capitalist pig - old jail - BLT and beans
Pint Size Bakery
Dailies Smokehouse. Ribs and brisket. 

The 10 Most Beautiful Restaurants In All Of Missouri

It isn’t hard to find a good place to eat here in the Show Me State. However, if you’re looking for a great restaurant with a stunning location and a unique atmosphere, then there are a few standouts from across the state. Maybe you’re planning a romantic dinner or you want a special place to celebrate; this list of 10 beautiful restaurants in Missouri will help you plan the perfect night out.

1. Kemoll's - St. Louis Sam valadi/Flickr Kemoll's / Top of the Met/Facebook Kemoll's / Top of the Met/Facebook Kemoll's has been a fine dining staple in St. Louis for decades. Offering the most spectacular views of the city and excellent Italian fare this restaurant is sure to impress. Find Kemoll's Restaurant at 211 N Broadway, St. Louis.

2. Touch Restaurant and Oyster House - Springfield Touch Restaurant/Yelp Touch Restaurant & Oyster House/Facebook Touch Restaurant & Oyster House/Facebook Touch Restaurant and Oyster House is a surprisingly elegant and cozy atmosphere. You will love the diverse menu and if you love oysters on the half shell then this place is for you! Find them at 1620 E Republic Rd, Springfield.

3. The Fountain on Locust - St. Louis T.B./Yelp The Fountain on Locust/Yelp The Fountain on Locust/Facebook Looking for a more casusal setting that will still impress your dinner date? Check out The Fountain on Locust for the amazing decor and their famous ice cream martinis. You also have to try the dill pickle soup, it will blow you away. Find them at 3037 Locust St, St. Louis.

4. JB Hook's - Lake Ozark JB Hooks Restaurant/Facebook JB Hooks Restaurant/Facebook JB Hooks Restaurant/Facebook JB Hook's offers the most stunning views of the Lake of the Ozarks.. Enjoy steak and seafood at this classic lake eatery. Find JB Hook's at 2260 Bagnell Dam Blvd, Lake Ozark.

5. Vin de Set - St. Louis Vin de Set/Facebook Vin de Set/Facebook Vin de Set/Facebook Vin de Set is a small cozy restaurant at the top of a four story building in St. Louis. Their rooftop patio is one of the most popular spots in the city for great food with great views. Visit Vin de Set at 2017 Chouteau Ave, St. Louis.

6. Stone Soup Cottage - Cottleville Stone Soup Cottage/Facebook Stone Soup Cottage/Facebook Stone Soup Cottage/Facebook Stone Soup Cottage is one of the most sought after reservations in the state. This small but stunning restaurant is cooking up exquisite meals with farm fresh ingredients. Reservations are required. Find them at 5809 Highway N,, Cottleville.

7. Magpies - St. Charles Magpies St. Charles/Facebook Magpies St. Charles/Facebook Andrew G./Yelp Magpies is a charming casual outdoor eatery in historic St. Charles. Enjoy live music and dinner made with fresh seasonal ingredients. Don't skip dessert because Magpies is known for their awesome sweets. Find Magpies at 903 S Main St, St. Charles.

8. Devil's Pool Restaurant - Branson Devil's Pool Restaurant/TripAdvisor Big Cedar Lodge/Facebook Big Cedar Lodge/Facebook Devil's Pool Restaurant is located inside Big Cedar Lodge Resort. This rustic upscale establishment is the prefect place for a romantic date. Find the Devil's Pool Restaurant at 190 Top of the Rock Rd, Ridgedale.

9. Gram & Dun - Kansas City Gram & Dun/Facebook Gram & Dun/Facebook Gram & Dun/Facebook Gram & Dun's showcase their culinary skills with an ever evolving seasonal menu. This locally owned establishment brings modern decor, fantastic food, and perfectly paired drinks to the Plaza. Visit Gram & Dun's at 600 Ward Pkwy Kansas City

10. Lidia's Restaurant -Kansas City Lidia's Kansas City/Facebook Lidia's Kansas City/Facebook Lidia's Kansas City/Facebook Famous chef Lidia Bastianich's has brought world-class Italian fare to the Crossroads district in Kansas City. Take in the history of the old freight house mixed with modern decor and an inviting atmosphere that is sure to bring you back. You will also enjoy their quaint urban patio. Find Lidia's at 101 W 22nd St, Kansas City.




3029 State Hwy K, O'Fallon, MO 63368

101 Civic Center Dr, Lake St Louis, MO 63367

1960 Wentzville Pkwy, Wentzville, MO 63385



Crossing 1820, Wentzville Pkwy, Wentzville, MO 63385

Deer Creek Crossing 2979, State Hwy K, O'Fallon, MO 63366

Wally's Travel Shop

Cheesecake Factory




Boutique Markets



Brisket BBQ


Global Foods

Festus Burger

Texas Roadhouse - Wentzville

Wentzville, Wentzville MO Menu - Order Online | Texas Roadhouse

Citizen Kane's

Tucker's Place

3939 Union Rd, St. Louis, MO 63125

Holtie's Wings - Hwy M

1374 Old State Rd M, Barnhart, MO 63012


Young's in Valley Park




Kirkwood Farmers Market

Bagel Union

Lefty's Bagels


St. Louis Area Barbecue Joints to Try Before You Die


Navins BBQ

(3559 Arsenal Street, 314-449-118)

A wonderfully sweet sauce covers most of the meats here, and it’s so St. Louis. We’re obsessed with their “The Mess” sandwich — pulled pork, Navin's house sauce and sweet heat slaw.


Beast Craft BBQ Company

(20 South Belt West, Belleville; 618-257-9000)

Pitmaster Dave Sandusky always churns out hits, from pork steak to spareribs to candied bacon and back again, you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu.


The Stellar Hog

(multiple locations including 5623 Leona Street, 314-481-8448)

Just look at this smoked corned beef brisket. Just. Look. At. It. They have this along with smoked whole wings, burgers and more. Enough said.


Sugarfire Smoke House

(multiple locations including 605 Washington Avenue, 314-797-8485)

Sugarfire is slowly taking over St. Louis with its multiple locations and seriously addictive St. Louis-style barbeque. Don’t skip the award-winning Cuban Reuben — it was voted the "Best Sandwich in the World" at the World Food Championships in 2018.


Adam’s Smokehouse

(2819 Watson Road, 314-875-9890)

Their smoked salami is no joke, but don’t miss out on the dry-rubbed slow-smoked turkey with a little of their Cranberry Cayenne BBQ sauce on top. Heavenly.


Bogart’s Smokehouse

(1627 South Ninth Street, 314-621-3107)

Bogarts is often rated the top BBQ spot in Missouri, and for good reason. After you’ve eaten your weight in ribs, buy some of their fabulous sauces and rubs to go so you can try to continue the magic at home.


Salt + Smoke

(multiple locations including 6525 Delmar Boulevard, University City; 314-727-0200)

For high-end barbecue served along must-try sides like burnt-end toasted ravioli, fried pickles and some of the best mac and cheese you’ll ever have in your life, seek out some Salt + Smoke.


Nubby’s BBQ

(6039 Telegraph Road, 314-293-9686)

When only a massive 1.5 pound pork steak will do, head to Nubby’s, where you'll find that and more, such as a brisket Reuben and Texas-style burnt ends.


Five Aces

(4000 Shaw Boulevard, 314-390-2886)

For great barbecue with a side of (legendary) chicken and dumplings, get to Five Acres on Shaw ASAP.


Hendrick’s BBQ

(1200 South Main Street, St. Charles; 636-724-8600)

Located on historic Main Street in St. Charles, Hendrick’s brings the heat with tasty meats like half-racks of baby-back ribs and smoked brisket.


Sawmill BBQ Pub & Grill

(1090 Old Des Peres Road, Des Peres; 314-394-1196)

Barbecue meatball penne pasta, pulled pork, brisket and more can all be found at Sawmill in Des Peres.


Sawmill BBQ Pub & Grill

(1090 Old Des Peres Road, Des Peres; 314-394-1196)

Barbecue meatball penne pasta, pulled pork, brisket and more can all be found at Sawmill in Des Peres.


Pappy’s Smokehouse

(multiple locations including 3105 Olive Street, 314-535-4340)

This classic spot serves Memphis-style barbecue and is known for its apple and cherry wood smoked ribs.


The Midwestern

(900 Spruce Street, 314-696-2573)

For mouthwatering meats, hot chicken, brisket cheesesteak and more, The Midwestern has you covered downtown.


Duke's BBQ Shack

(100 Ash Street, Wentzville; 636-856-9227)

Eric Pierre’s skills with smoked meats have made Duke’s a mainstay of the Wentzville community.


C&K Barbecue

(4390 Jennings Station Road, 314-385-8100)

Saucy and satisfying, this classic St. Louis spot serves brisket, ribs and more along with more unique items like grilled snouts and BBQ chicken nachos.


Hogtown Smokehouse

(6301 Clayton Avenue, 314-899-0550)

Located in the heart of Dogtown, Hogtown serves smoked meats with intriguing sides like Frito Pie, Texas toast brisket sandwiches and meat-stuffed mac and cheese.


Roper’s Ribs

(6929 West Florissant Avenue, 314-381-6200)

This family-owned old-school barbecue joint offers fantastic STL-style ribs, snoots, burnt ends, hot links and more.


Big Woody’s BBQ

(1821 Zumbehl Road, St. Charles; 636-724-4227)

They say that Big Woody’s has the best brisket in town. Luckily, there’s only one way to find out if that’s true: Go there and stuff your face.


Smokee Mo’s

(606 Jeffco Boulevard, Arnold; 636-296-2111)

This unique spot serves up stellar barbecue alongside fantastic vegan dishes, too. It’s a truly unique spot where every hungry person can be satisfied.


Smoking Barrels BBQ

(5641 South Kingshighway Boulevard, 314-669-9455)

This South Kingshighway spot finds a way to put meat on anything, including the salad, nachos and potato skins. We’re into it.