St Louis Reviews

Review for wrote by Debra
Rating: 11111
Pros: Great workers, polite, very professional. Never thought floors could look this good.
Cons: Really can't think of any, it was a great experience.
Comments: Really liked that they used their own employees.
Review for wrote by Bob L
Rating: 11111
Cons: The food was nice, and priced at the level I expected. My problem is with the liquor prices. My 21 year old son wanted to experience a very nice bourbon, ..
Comments: The food was nice, and priced at the level I expected. My problem is with the liquor prices. My 21 year old son wanted to experience a very nice bourbon, ..
Review for wrote by Alonda
Rating: 11111
Pros: Nice Place to have Fun.
Cons: Can say nothing bad about the place.
Review for wrote by Jo Ann
Rating: 11111
Pros: Very small quaint and intimate bar. A great location to go if you're wanting to get away from the crowds.
Review for wrote by Anonymous
Rating: 11111
Pros: Down to earth and honest
Comments: Easy to work with and always returned my calls
Review for wrote by Anonymous
Rating: 11111
Pros: Great with Directions, very courtesy
Cons: none: We just was happy they didnt show up in the school bus to take us
Comments: will be using this service again.. also that was a nice that the driver had 2 rolls of quarters...

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The district known as "The Hill" is St. Louis' Italian district. Located just south of the vast Forest Park, the Hill serves as one of St. Louis' strongly ethnic communities. Many immigrants from northern Italy and Sicily settled in the Hill in the 1830s establishing a strong Italian presence in this great and historic city. The Hill is noted for its landmarks and as a hometown for sports stars. St. Ambrose Catholic Church is a noted landmark in the Hill. It was built in 1926 and modeled after its namesake in Milan. Baseball legends such as Yogi Berra and Joe Garagiola grew-up in the historic district. Evidently, they both served as waiters at one of the local restaurants, Ruggeri's. And, four players on the 1950 U.S. Soccer team were from the Hill- this team is noted for beating England for the FIFA cup. You can also visit the Hill for its restaurants, grocery stores and bakeries. Noted restaurants include Rigazzi's and Cunetto's House of Pasta. For grocers, you can find J. Viviano and Sons and DiGregorio's. Amighetti's Bakery is an historic bakery dating back to 1921. It is mostly known for its famous "Amighetti's Special Sandwich" made with ham, roast beef, Genoa salami, brick cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, pepperoncini and Amighetti's secret recipe dressing on freshly baked Italian bread. You can also get pasta at Amighetti's. No more descriptions for my own sake; I am getting hungry!

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