I recommend this spot to friends and family, who are visiting St. Louis for the first time, to try their delicious wood-smoked ribs and brisket.
AAA Inspector Notes
This popular eatery is widely considered the best barbecue in town and in the nation's top ten. Ribs are slow-smoked over apple and cherry woods and seasoned to perfection with a signature dry rub. Also find pork, chicken, brisket, turkey and sausage, with sides like fried corn on the cob and sweet potato fries. Except a wait to place your order. The eatery tends to close around 7 (4 pm on Sundays), but if you're planning to come later in the afternoon, call first. The kitchen closes when the food is gone, and some days it goes fast!
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