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    Food in St. Louis/KC, MO

    BBQ suggestions appreciated, maybe preferred, but open to anything easy (that I won't have to sit inside for). Watcha got?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexter Rutecki View Post
    BBQ suggestions appreciated, maybe preferred, but open to anything easy (that I won't have to sit inside for). Watcha got?
    I got a recommendation from here 5 years ago for bbq that was pretty damn good. Search function sucks but it's in here somewhere.
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    LC's on Blue Parkway. Was a fantastic, old school place. Bars on the windows, sketchy area, but good food. Wouldn't take my wife there (she wouldn't go anyway)

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    Q39 in Overland Park is an upscale place that was very good. My wife enjoyed that place.

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    Both of those are in KC

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    I could go for some st louis style ribs right now. Damn.

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    There’s a St Louis eats post I added way back when but not having luck finding it right now.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Pappy's smokehouse. SL. Superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Pappy's smokehouse. SL. Superb.
    This. Could also go for Zia's on the hill in STL.

    KC - LC's or Gates bbq. Go for lunch, not dinner.

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    Funny, I just put ribs in the oven, Came on here to waste time. I made the right choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Pappy's smokehouse. SL. Superb.
    I ate there on a road trip, the ribs were excellent.
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    Cool, sounds like Poppy's will be a stop. Probably 14 hrs left to settle on one for KC. LC's current frontrunner.
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    I went to Arthur Bryant's in KC and was very satisfied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garbowski View Post
    I went to Arthur Bryant's in KC and was very satisfied.
    Is that the place they yell at you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garbowski View Post
    I went to Arthur Bryant's in KC and was very satisfied.
    Bryants, Gates, and LC in KC are the top 3. The order of these 3 depends on who you ask, but it is always these three.
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    Well, uh...what if you're the one being asked?
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    Imos pizza. Absolutely the best ever. U can find them all over the area. The Hill in st Louis has some of the best Italian in the Midwest. Also, if u have time, go to the st Louis zoo. Its bad ass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iowagriz View Post
    LC's on Blue Parkway. Was a fantastic, old school place. Bars on the windows, sketchy area, but good food. Wouldn't take my wife there (she wouldn't go anyway)

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    I second this. I hit this place mid road trip two summers ago and it was fantastic.

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    Any place that's open on a Sunday, I ask w/o much hope as I am about to roll into St. Louis...dammit.

    Sugarfire or Salt+Smoke may have potential, but w/o mag rec i dunno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usdatele View Post
    Imos pizza. Absolutely the best ever. U can find them all over the area. The Hill in st Louis has some of the best Italian in the Midwest. Also, if u have time, go to the st Louis zoo. Its bad ass!

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    Seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Seriously?
    I'll vouch for the St. Louis style pizza... but I was raised in the midwest. It's the very thin crispy type cut in squares, which I personally think is the best. It's popping up on hipster menus as 'tavern style' on the west coast now. There's also some famous fired ravioli thing in St. Louis which of course is good but so are mozzarella sticks.
    Quote Originally Posted by concretejungle View Post
    Is that the place they yell at you? (Arthur Bryant's)
    Not that I recall... there's The Wiener Circle in Chicago that is famous for that.

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    Okay, but but not being St Louis, pizza is not what I think of. I think of ribs.

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    As for the zoo, I found it quite sad. But, I find most zoos sad.

    But, yeah, I did visit Little Italy, which is a very weird little Italy. It's not all crammed into a tight little downtown spot, but up on a hill in a nice little suburban like neighborhood with good light, and restaraunts scattered about. Lunch was good.
    There's quite a Catholic presence in that city. There's a huge church that belongs in a Euro city, https://cathedralstl.org/ that has an entire interior covered in glass mosaic. It's weird, because it is a really good imitation of an old basilica, but, it's really new and fresh. Last piece of mosaic laid in 89. Anyway, lots of Italian catholics. So, pizza is probably really good for Missouri.
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    City Museum is a must see experience. Very unique place.

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    +1 for city museum. Zoo is free and paid w tax dollars. I grew up in Southern Missouri. Sugarfire is amazing but there's plenty of smaller places that deliver way better bbq. When I got back home I don't order bbq. I eat imos pretty much every day.

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