THANKS ALL!!!! [:D]
I will second the suggestion of Smoki O’s
it is on N Broadway, the food is awesome the brisket was tender and juicy.
The portions are huge, the smashed potato salad really made my meals there.
Their sauce is a mix of sweet and a bit sour, but not too much of either.
They are open I think Tuesday – Saturday 11am to ??? I am thinking 9 or 10
1-314-621-8180 to make sure they are open
Smoki-O’s BBQ. The snoots are good, (smoked and deep fried), it’s near the arch, the meats and sauce are great! It is definately a hole in the wall, though.
Thank you so much everyone!!! We’re very open about eating anywhere as long as the food is to die for! Who knows, maybe we’ll stay a couple of days just to try all these restaurants!
If you really want to try them, go here…
If you are worried about traveling to an economically depressed area, which is where C&K is, you can try Smokin’ Al’s on Hampton just south of Hwy 40. He usually has snoots on the menu.
Pig snouts. Don’t bother unless you really like cartilage and gristle.
I recommend Iron Barley very highly. It’s my second favorite place (after The Pitted Olive). The soups, peppered pork sandwich, schnitzel, and pasta w/chicken and bacon are all first rate. Place is casual and friendly. Neighborhood is a bit dumpy but don’t let that stop you.
I’m sorry but what are snoots?
Snoots are available at a number of St. Louis places. I don’t recall one close to the Arch.
After trying them twice, I’ve decided they are a taste I am not going to acquire:-)
Don’t forget the snoots place — I forgot the name myself, but I’m sure some St. Louisian knows one. It was a saloon I recall.
okay guys, my hubby and I saw on youtube a commercial(?) for the Iron Barley??? opinions please!
I would concur that it’s not top notch fare but where else can ya get a roll chucked at yer head, macaroni & tomatoes (read Mmmmmmm) and fried okra and ham & beans and sticky molasses and fried tater’s and then get your entree and all the sides? I sure do like their chicken fried steak. I made the mistake of ordering the big order one day and got 2 steaks the size of frying pans, nearly 9-10" across…2 of them. Couldn’t do it justice..LOL (prob too many of those yeast rolls down the yapper prior to the steaks.
Note, many visit Lamberts for the experience, more than for the food.
thank you SOOOO much. I can’t wait to look through these sites more thoroughly!
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