Mar 5, 04, 03:33 AM #1
UNDERTHEBRIDGE and through the woods.Soon to be 19, I live in St. Louis attending St. Louis University. I am an alum of Lexington Catholic High School and played football all four years of high school. I've been on the site since 2001 so I guess I could be almost considered old. Oh yeah, and I like ribs, anyone with tips on good places to eat ribs in St. Louis, just give me a holler. And thanks Mr. Network for your earlier input, if I had a car, Id be there. I just cant wait to get back to Lexington tomorrow and have me some Tony Romas Ribs.
Until recently I was found usually on the Football Forum, but now i've discovered the crazy world of General Discussion and have enjoyed seeing just how odd the rest of Kentucky is.Advertisement
Mar 5, 04, 09:12 AM #2SLU huh. I have some very good friends in the St. Louis area. I will have have to ask them who has the best ribs out that way. Young and in college still...you serve any time at Liquid downtown? If not, its worth a trip to check it out.
Mar 5, 04, 10:08 AM #3Originally posted by TSFan20
SLU huh. I have some very good friends in the St. Louis area. I will have have to ask them who has the best ribs out that way. Young and in college still...you serve any time at Liquid downtown? If not, its worth a trip to check it out.
Mar 5, 04, 10:12 AM #4Originally posted by UNDERTHEBRIDGE
Pretty new to the city so haven't been way downtown enough to see some of the places. Though I did celebrate preMardi Gras style on Soulard this year and that was pretty enjoyable. Got lots of friends that say Laclede's Landing is a fun place on weekends but I aint got a fak.....errr not old enough yet.
Mar 5, 04, 10:20 AM #5
Mar 5, 04, 10:40 AM #6Originally posted by UNDERTHEBRIDGE
No clue what you mean????
Also one more place that I was thinking of was the St. Louis Bread Company. That is the parent company and founder of the Panera Bread Company that has hit the Tri-State in the last couple of years.
Beyond those things mentioned, I pretty much spent all my time a little further out of the city in Lake St. Louis area.