Andrew wants you to meet him in St. Louis, as the song goes, and get a taste of this river city’s diverse neighborhoods, serving up iconic barbecue and rarer fare like pig snouts and paddlefish roe.Go to Episode
Some of the best barbecue in St. Louis is at Bogart's. On the menu: smoky beef brisket, turkey, pulled pork and apricot-bruleed ribs.
1627 S 9th St, St. Louis, MO 63104
At Farmhaus, chef Kevin Willmann is changing the face of dining in St. Louis by offering dishes with boundary-pushing ingredients and technique, like pig-ear terrine and Rueben sandwich, featuring house-made, pig-heart pastrami.
3257 Ivanhoe Ave, St. Louis, MO 63139
In the neighborhood known as "The Hill," Gioia's makes its own salami from the ground parts of a pig’s head, including the nose, ears and cheeks. You'll find it on their sandwich known as the "Hot Salami."
The Bosnian open-hearth style of cooking is on full display at this restaurant with its traditional dishes, including sace -- lamb, vegetables and garlic cooked for 3 hours -- and cevapi -- spiced, minced beef links.
4071 Keokuk St, St. Louis, MO 63116
One of St. Louis' most iconic foods is still served at Schottzie's -- the brain sandwich. But most go for its famous St. Louis-style pizza, too.
11428 Concord Village Ave, St. Louis, MO 63123
Smoki O's has the best snoots in St. Louis. What are snoots? Pig snouts cured overnight, seasoned with cayenne pepper, garlic and salt, then grilled and served with barbecue sauce.
1545 N. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102
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