Casual Eats In St. Louis: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

Casual Eats In St. Louis: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

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Forget the fuss of a fancy dinner - sometimes it's better to keep it casual. Here are the best trendy and casual St. Louis restaurants, perfect for a relaxed meal.

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    We wholeheartedly endorse the Sweet Sweet Bacon shake, but it's hard to go wrong with a Great Pumpkin or a Horchata. We also love that the kitchen doesn't close early. (Gabe Hartwig) -- Go! Magazine via Foursquare
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    The Wolf is ideal, combining housemade fennel sausage with pepperoni and applewood-smoked bacon and the amplified flavors of caramelized onions and whole cloves of roasted garlic. (Joe Bonwich) -- Go! Magazine via Foursquare
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    Dealer's choice (which is really called something else, but this is what I call it) happy hour is tops. You pick a base, bartender makes you up a surprise drink. -- Nicole Hudson via Foursquare
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    I definitely was concerned as it's in a sketchy part of town but it's easily one of the best burgers I've had. Great selection and friendly staff. I'll be back. -- Katie Gengler via Foursquare
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    Jonathan's Famous Fiery Scramble is an amped-up scrambled egg-and-cheese mixture further bulked up by a choice of breakfast meat, home fries and toast. (Joe Bonwich) -- Go! Magazine via Foursquare
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    In most recent few months, the service has improved and I've been able to order a banana chocolate peanut butter milkshake and it tasted amazing! I will keep coming back just for that! -- Dianne Mogilevsky Carty via Foursquare
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    Breakfast and any other meal is all made with an eye for quality of a professional chef! I've bought everything here, try anything: coffee, sweets, breakfast, lunch, dinner! Great service! -- Dianne Mogilevsky Carty via Foursquare
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    One of my favorite places in the city. I recommend the Big Jimmy Sampler for a first time there (it's enough food for two). Don't miss out on the smothered fries or the mac 'n cheese. -- B. Kyle Bass via Foursquare
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    Make room for the Big Ben; a 6-lb. medley of pulled prok, beef brisket, chicken, loin ribs and 4 sides. As seen on Travel Channel’s Man v. Food Nation. -- Travel Channel via Foursquare
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    The Piscojito isn't sweet as tradiational mojitos but the pisco adds another dimension of flavor. The bright mint & tart of lemon juice helped give the drink fantastic balance. bit.ly/1blm1vc -- Riverfront Times via Foursquare
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    Try a tasty Right Angle, made with Flor de Caña rum, rosemary-soaked port, grapefruit, Angostura bitters and Collaboration PiPA, introduced by 4 Hands for Pi's downtown spot. (Gabe Hartwig) -- Go! Magazine via Foursquare
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    It’s true–Obama discovered his love for Pi after a campaign stop in STL. He loved it so much he had Pi staffers flown to the White House! For more insider tips, follow @MoonriseHotel bit.ly/moonriseTW -- Moonrise Hotel via Foursquare
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