7 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in St. Louis.
Eating at The Piccadilly at Manhattan in Maplewood is a little like eating at home, with comfort food, a patio, and a friendly staff.
The Fountain on Locust is a Midtown an old school spot with diner classics and specialty ice cream cocktails.
Hi-Pointe Drive-In in Richmond Heights is a great place to grab a burger or sandwich before going to the Hi-Pointe cinema nearby.
If you’re looking for barbecue but don’t want to eat standing up off a paper plate, head to Salt and Smoke for a sit down meal full of the classics.
Warm weather means cold treats, and if you’re not eating frozen custard at Mr. Wizard’s in Richmond Heights, you’re doing it wrong.
Crown Candy Kitchen in Downtown is an old school diner serving luncheonette classics like a massive BLT and malted milkshakes.