Cahokia is a village in St. Clair County, Illinois, United States. It is part of Greater St. Louis metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, the village had a population of 15,241, a decline from 16,391 in 2000. The name is a reference to one of the clans of the historic Illini confederacy, who were encountered by early French explorers to the region. The village was founded as a French Canadian mission in 1696.
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4.5 based on 82 reviews
Meat is good with NO SAUCE definitely was not a fan of the sauces they had to offer. Nice atmosphere and good service.
5 based on 276 reviews
This is a delicious little deli that has 77 reviews on Google Maps but I can't seem to find it here on trip advisor. Thought you might want to add it.
It’s a five green ball deli next to a five green ball pizzeria...yeah, that’s a ten green ball experience. Blues city is great stop for sandwiches alone, but all that is only enhanced significantly by the decor, and the staff. Bottom line...an authentic muffuletta from...MoreThank you Thank you Thank you so much for the kind words! We love servin' you up what you love to eat drink and listen to at the deli! Come back and see you soon.
5 based on 149 reviews
Sometimes you just have to get out of your comfort zone in the suburbs and find new places. My son who goes to SLU and lives in the city suggested we try Stacked and it was fantastic! Great specialty burgers or you can have them make a burger you design. They have a pad of paper on each table that you can check the boxes on what you would like on your burger if you do not choose one of theirs. We also tried the chicken wings which were great and the fried mac and cheese balls which sounded strange but very tasty. Very friendly staff and great bloody mary's perfect for a Sunday afternoon!
4.5 based on 259 reviews
The only time we visit is for drinks, but oh the drinks. Any of the chocolate martinis are to die for. Also talked into trying a beer milkshake...YUM!!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Limited seating to probably 20 or so but great food. The Pulled Pork sandwich was delicious even though the pulled pieces were bigger than i like. The sauce was great. The coleslaw was out of this world good and especially on top of the sandwich. You have to try it.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
Clementine's Naughty and Nice Creamery is the first & only micro-creamery in St Louis! All natural, small batch, hand-crafted goodness. Creamy. Hip. Different.
Had my first taste of Clementine's ice cream today and now am hooked. Had two scoops, one chocolate, and one gooey butter cake. Chocolate was wonderful, the the gooey buttercake was simply the best ice cream I have ever had. Two scoops of this next time!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
I've had barbeque in Kansas City, Myrtle Beach, Gallup and Albuquerque New Mexico, Pigeon Forge, and Nashville and everywhere I've been the ribs just don't taste right to me because of Pappy's. Easily my favorite place to eat on Earth all the meat is incredible and the sweet potato fries taste like heaven as well.
4.5 based on 183 reviews
Most people do not realize something about St. Louis, my hometown. It is a very welcoming community, and in the 1990s, when they needed it the most, we welcomed thousands of Bosnian immigrants, most of them of the Muslim faith. They have contributed so much to our city. One of the great advantages of that is to have wonderful Bosnian restaurants. The jewel is Grbic. I can't believe it has taken so long for my wife and I to go there. Very authentic dishes, wines from the Baltic region, and great service. Having traveled to Kosovo last year, we appreciate the authenticity of this restaurant. St Louis has the best Bosnian community in the entire USA, and this restaurant reflects that.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Casual French Quarter style restaurant, bar and music venue specializing in award winning Cajun, Creole and Seafood cuisines. Live music 7 nights per week and twice on almost everyday except Friday. Some music is free and some requires a cover charge. Music style includes blues, rock, reggae, funk, New Orleans, R&B, soul, jam, outlaw country and whatever else we hear and like. Open till 3AM with full menu served till 10PM Sunday- Thursday and 11PM on Friday and Saturday and after Cardinal home night games. Late night food till 2 AM on Friday and Saturday night.
Four of us stopped here for an early dinner before going to a blues show across the street at Beale on Broadway. Staff were fine, and my order of shrimp and grits was superb.
My second draft Forest Park Pils [the first one was very tasty] came out cloudy, and the server was great at first bringing out another one and then returning it to the bar and taking it off of the tab [cloudy, murky beer that is not supposed to look like an unfiltered wheat beer can be dangerous to my lower unit]. Food came out as oredered and in speedy fashion, so this was a great place to stop before heading to another place for some Kim Massie blues.
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