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St. Louis, Missouri
July 13, 2012
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From journal Westward Bound by the Gateway Arch
by Coach Bear
March 19, 2003
The menu offered an appealing variety of food, from Madeline shrimp pasta, roasted prime rib and Kansas City strip to a St. Louis favorite, toasted ravioli. The house specialty--a 20-ounce, double-rib pork chop stuffed with rosemary apple dressing and topped with poivrade sauce--seemed to be a superb value. One could top their meal off with Hannegan's hot deep-dish blackberry pie, accompanied by a satisfying cup of Irish coffee. However, my wife chose the wonderful Irish Stew. I had corned beef with cabbage. The food was delicious and presented in an excellent manner. When we had dessert, we enjoyed a good coffee specialty (I had Bailey's and coffee, my wife had a drink called on Oatmeal Cookie). These only added to our delicious meal.
The restaurant is open from 11:00am-10:00pm (11:00pm on weekends). Reservations can be made, but are not required. You can eat inside, or outside on the sidewalk to enjoy the activity and music which surrounds the visitor in this section of town.
From journal Nightlife Along "The Landing" in St. Louis