Roadhouse - blues highway

“Great Food, Fun Atmosphere” Reviewed May 19, 2013 My husband and I stopped here while on a weekend visit in STL after seeing it featured on Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives. We were not disappointed. I ordered the shrimp po’ boy. The “special sauce” it was served with was delicious!! The waffle fries were tasty as well. My husband ordered the BBQ sampler. The smoked chicken was his favorite (it also included ribs and pulled pork). The flavor of the BBQ sauce was different, but so good! The portions were huge, neither one of us could finish! The food tasted homemade and the prices were reasonable. We will definitely be back next time we are in STL!!

Wednesday-Thursday: 4:00pm-9:00pm
Friday: 4:00m to 11:00pm
Saturday: 11:30am-12:00am
Sunday: 11:30am to 9pm

Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana were the cradle of the Civil War. All allowed slaveholding, the spectre of which still colours the land today. It lacks the reputation and easy repetition of Route 66, but Route 61 is the Blues Highway: in towns and plantations along its dusty length the music of protest and woe was born. And it was on this road that freed African-Americans moved after their emancipation, travelling north to the great industrial cities from which jazz and blues would conquer the world. Here's how my journey unfolded and the soundtrack it unfolded to.

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