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Tucker's Place, which started off as a pizzeria but quickly transformed itself into a restaurant known for juicy hamburgers and inexpensive steaks, is one of the highlights of the Soulard restaurant scene. Located in a funky old building with a dark interior and a cozy bar, it serves well-prepared food to a lively, casual crowd. On the menu, you will find items such as deep-fried vegetable appetizers, chicken and Cajun club sandwiches, shrimp, ravioli and of course, steaks and chops.
The St. Louis outlet of a famous chain of high-end steakhouses, Morton's features what might be called low-key power dining. The dining room is fairly casual, as is the largely business-oriented clientele. The enormous portions of well-prepared, if conservative food constitute the main draw. There are appetizers such as crab cocktail and broiled sea scallops and entrees such as Sicilian veal chop, grilled salmon and tenderloin brochettes.
Fleming's is one of the best steakhouses in St Louis and one of the most famous restaurant chains in America. Steak options you can expect to find on the menu include Filet Mignon, New York Strip, Beef Flemington, Veal Chops, Pork Rib Chop and Prime Ribs. Ask your waiter to help you choose from among the 100 different wines available to go with your meal. If you're not a meat fan, then sample the fresh seafood and scrumptious side dishes. The Salmon, with its signature Mashed Potatoes, is highly recommended.