The Essential St. Louis Restaurants

The Essential St. Louis Restaurants

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Find out what's cooking at these outstanding restaurants in St. Louis.

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    From the first sip of Schlafly's Pumpkin Ale, you taste pumpkin pie- not just the aroma, but the sweet and savory taste of a real, fresh-out-of-the-oven pumpkin pie. bit.ly/1dxrmp3 -- Riverfront Times via Foursquare
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    RFT 2012 Best of St. Louis Winner - Best Outdoor Drinking- 26 stories separate the you from the streets below- The warm fire is perfect & the skyline is beautiful! bit.ly/wsmrvi -- Riverfront Times via Foursquare
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    Flying Saucer is a beer-lover’s dream come true, with 80 beers on draft and hundreds more in bottles. The food is tempting enough to keep you around to order another round of brews. (Evan S. Benn) -- Go! Magazine via Foursquare
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    Daunted by the line? Don’t worry - even if it looks packed, the Ted Drewes’ staff is quick. We promise, it’s worth the wait. For more insider tips, follow Moonrise Hotel on Twitter: bit.ly/moonriseTW -- Moonrise Hotel via Foursquare
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    Besides the dozen microbrews on tap, the distillery side of the operation churns out its own whiskey, vodka, gin, an American tequila and three rums. bit.ly/11l7njw -- Riverfront Times via Foursquare
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    Enjoy St. Louis favorites Gus's Pretzels, Pasta House cheesecake, Billy Goat Chips and gooey butter cake at the market! bit.ly/18oha2z -- Riverfront Times via Foursquare
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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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    Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. Clearly, this is a place to hoist a pint of Guinness. Slainte! -- Esquire 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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    This is a St. Louis landmark since 1913. This place makes its own candy. The milkshakes are made the old-fashioned way & there's a BLT Sandwich that's loaded with large amounts of bacon. -- RONALD KIMBREW via Foursquare
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    Best cajun/creole seafood in the city! Crawfish, oysters, and alligator oh my! Great specials every day. Great live music! love this place on any occasion! Try their gumbo for a quick warm up. -- Eric Harmon 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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