St. Louis Q and Blues

Sugarfire in St. Louis-LogoWhen traveling to St. Louis, Missouri, one of the excellent restaurants to experience some of the best barbeque (BBQ) around is Sugarfire Smokehouse.  It is located in the heart of downtown St. Louis.

Sugarfire in St. Louis-1

We’re doing something completely different at Sugarfire. We take the best traditions of the best barbecue cities in the U.S.A. to create a St. Louis style barbecue that’s all its own. Our award-winning barbeque tantalizes taste buds with baby back ribs, juicy pulled pork, and the best beef brisket in town. And we’re famous for our specials: meaty mashups that defy logic and even gravity. Alongside the classics, we’ve ‘cued up andouille, artichokes, cheese curds, mushrooms, and more.   https://sugarfiresmokehouse.com/

I believed the positive publicity I had heard of Sugarfire and had to try it for ourselves.

Sugarfire in St. Louis-2You may experience a long line waiting for the mouth-watering meat and side dishes but you’ll be glad you waited, and I’m not the one to wait more than fifteen minutes to order food.  This was one of the primary restaurants identified beforehand to visit so we had to experience it.

Sugarfire in St. Louis-Dining area and line

I like the beverage area – ranging from soft drinks to sweet and unsweetened tea.

Sugarfire in St. Louis-beverage area

The atmosphere is pleasant with the blues decor.

 

Sugarfire in St. Louis-Mural overall
Mural on the wall with the window in the middle showing the connected room where blues were being played.  It’s part of the blues museum.

You can even hear live blues being played in the connecting stage area.  The blues museum is connected to Sugarfire.

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Bull grill in the entrance/exit.  The top of the bull opens to access the grill.
Sugarfire in St. Louis-Bull
Separate bull display to reflect some of the blues music.

 

So, when you are in St. Louis, I think this is a must try.

Carriage in St. Louis - K89B2525And, either before or after eating at Sugarfire, why not take a carriage ride.  We rode in the princess one and had a pleasant non-narrated trip through some of the historic and modern downtown St. Louis area.

Blessings!

Ron

 

6 thoughts on “St. Louis Q and Blues

    1. It was. We just came through Texas after Colorado and experienced some other eateries. I’ll post some of those reviews in the near future. Each place we targeted for eating has a specialty and was different. 🙂

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