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Connelly's Goody Goody Diner

5900 Natural Bridge, St. Louis, MO - (314) 383-3333
Posted By Tommy Saunders on 1/8/2006 10:02:00 PM
We stopped by one day at breakfast. It was every bit as good as the Roadfood review stated. I took the plunge and ordered a "Wilbur". Our waitress set it on our table and gave me that look you get when you order something that just screams "heartburn". The fillings were terrific and the chili topping gave it a nice spicy kick. It was by far the best breakfast of the trip so far!

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A specific type of slinger, The Wilbur is Goody Goody Diner's signature dish.
"A specific type of slinger, The Wilbur is Goody Goody Diner's signature dish."
Cliff Strutz





One of the signature items on the menu, this is a fine version of that classic soul food dish, chicken and waffles.
"One of the signature items on the menu, this is a fine version of that classic soul food dish, chicken and waffles."
Cliff Strutz


The recommended bread with breakfast is a good, hot biscuit.
"The recommended bread with breakfast is a good, hot biscuit."
Cliff Strutz


Why the Goody Goody Diner is good: the hospitality and expertise of executive chef Bob Williams (upper left), owner Richard Connelly, manager Chris Baker, and owner Laura Connelly.
"Why the Goody Goody Diner is good: the hospitality and expertise of executive chef Bob Williams (upper left), owner Richard Connelly, manager Chris Baker, and owner Laura Connelly."
Michael Stern


Goody Goody Diner is one of a few St. Louis businesses permitted to have a flashing sign.
"Goody Goody Diner is one of a few St. Louis businesses permitted to have a flashing sign. "
Cliff Strutz


Now called Connelly's, the Goody Goody Diner is said to have gotten its original name back in the days it was an A&W root beer stand and kids cried out goody goody! when their parents brought them to eat here.
"Now called Connelly's, the Goody Goody Diner is said to have gotten its original name back in the days it was an A&W root beer stand and kids cried out goody goody! when their parents brought them to eat here."
Michael Stern


The Goody Goody Diner at the height of car culture in America
"The Goody Goody Diner at the height of car culture in America"
Michael Stern



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