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02/10/2015
By: Ben T.
Chaparritos
This brand new restaurant reminds me of why i first stopped in a taco joint on cherokee. No frills authentic mexican food. Many of the areas "authentic" mexican restaurants have seemed to water down the authenticity for the sake of their patronage with hip white kids. The first thing to go was the salsa. Several years ago it seemed that smoky spicy handmade salsa all but disappeared from cherokee's taco scene; being replaced with a bland ketchupy substitute that any mexican will tell you is not "salsa". At chapparritos, the first thing you encounter is a hot basket of chips and two varieties of excellent salsa ( roja y verde ) prepared by the chef/owner himself. It may seem silly to write a review based on the basket of free chips brought by your server before the meal; but any restaurant that puts care and attention to detail like this into a free appetizer, should make you confident that this skillful chef will work for your money and leave you satisfied with anything on the menu.Authentic inexpensive quality fast. This is what you've been longing for in a cherokee taco joint.
01/19/2015
By: Mark W.
Uncle Leo's Pizza
Best pizza in Saint Louis:I have been to Uncle Leo's four times now, and have had great experiences. The people that answer the phone were polite and informative. They told me up front about their specials. I asked them about their ingredients and was told that most of all the ingredients come from the hill, but the pizza dough is made from scratch every day from a family recipe. I have had Pizza, Italian sub, Hamburger and fries and an appetizer called Spinocci (WOW). I have had several pizzas, even picked up seven for a party. The pizzas were hot and loaded with ingredients. The crust is thin and more like a cracker not dough. The Italian sub was unbelievable and loaded with meat. Now for the Hamburgers, my wife had the regular cheeseburger and fries and I had the double cheeseburger. You had better be hungry because the double was about a pound of meat, and cooked just like I ordered it. The last pizzas I ordered were half baked. The next day I baked them at 475 degrees for 10min and they were perfect!!! Keep it up Uncle Leo's
01/25/2014
By: Kalob C.
Ruby Tuesday
First concern is the off smell. A definite odor of something. Food on floor in several places and on both backs. got the sampler platter chicken tenders burnt. Visually obvious but delivered to table anyway. Had to guess what sauces were. Guessing one is ranch but very runny and warm not a good sign to me. How long has it been out of cooler? i commented on mess at booth. The waiter said there was a just at this booth and he would clean it up. Been awhile its still there. Oh look theres a fork down there also. Food finally arrived fries are barely warm. Details over looked such as side items wants and dislikes. Empty dishes from sammpler still here. Wonder why! They are not busy at all. My burger is cold doesn,t taste bad but not great. My beer was good and cold not a hard thing to achieve. Chicken wing still riddled with feathers. Server pleasant but seems very rushed. Again not very busy. There are many better choices within 5 minutes of here thet have similar menu. I will not be returning.
07/18/2012
By: adrienne.jones.1656
Fortel's Pizza Den
I didn't know about Fortel's until I moved to Kirkwood, and it really is one of the best pizza places around.The crust has a wonderful, crispy, olive oil crustiness to it that always holds up well to whatever toppings you add. We always get two 10 or 12 inch pizzas to maximize pizza variety, and to guard against a soggy middle, which we've found can happen at Fortel's with the larger pizzas.That's a small concern, though.You always get just the right amount of toppings and sauce. Plus, those toppings are gourmet level and they've got seven different sauces to choose from. Not many pizza places can say that!They also have some of the best fries and house salad dressing around. Put the Bottle neck French Fries together with their House Dressing and you will not stop eating until it's all gone!I've never had a bad pizza, salad or appetizer from Fortel's. Do yourself a favor and give them a call the next time your need your pizza itch scratched.
01/21/2008
By: macomo55
Boosters
I looked up Booster's Cafe after reading about it in St Louis Magazine. As I entered the door I felt like I was back in 1985 in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire. Why? The owner/managers first opened an American style restaurant there where one could get a real hamburger and fries, pancakes and other food that reminded an American of home. I was elated to find them in St Louis after so many years and the food lived up to my expectations. Gone are the hamburgers and in their place is a breakfast that is out of this world as well as sandwiches, soups and other delights. The carrot-ginger soup was smooth and tangy, although I would have liked a stronger ginger taste, it was devine. I am going back today and taking some of my family because this is a place that deserves lots of business for what it meant to so many Americans abroad and the delightful food they have brought St. Louis! Check it out!
08/09/2012
By: chloesmom
Lily's Mexican Restaurant
Stopped here last weekend after taking a wrong turn while famished. We were very pleasantly surprised by the high quality of homemade food we received. The enchiladas came with lots of meat and a red sauce, not drowning in cheese as in so many places, tasty rice and enough meat that I was full after two and had to take some home. My husband had tamales which had a choice of red or green sauce and which were served in the wrappings. Great homemade quality and taste. The restaurant itself is very casual and nothing fancy. All the family members seem to work there in some capacity and were all anxious to make sure we were happy with our food. An excellent experience, one to repeat by choice and not accident. Just don't expect fancy or even cute. Go for the food.
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09/23/2016
By: Darcie B.
Pizza Hut
I knew someone who worked at the Pizza Hut on tesson ferry road in the St. Louis mo 63128 area code. Unfortunately I heard that an employee went to the restroom in the fryer once and that drugs and alcohol were frequently used at the establishment by employees on the clock. As well as some employees were having sex w minors in the storage shed that belongs to the business corporation and is located right by the dumpster. Thank you for your loyal concern as a Pizza Hut customer. God Bless. Btw another person who used to work there had there car stolen by some of the employees then vandalized followed by the corporation impounding the car and the former worker couldn't afford to get their car back so their car is permanently vandalized in a city impound lot.
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04/29/2013
By: typhon1
Hodak's Restaurant
Upon walking in to Hodak's, do not expect to be greeted by a smiling hostess. Actually, don't expected to be greeted at all. The bartender did not acknowledge us and several waitress stepped around us. We stood for several minutes before a patron told us where we could be seated. After a long wait in line, a surly waitress showed us to our table. Unsurprisingly, there was no servers in the vicinity. Our waitress finally showed up and actually (gasp!) apologized for our wait and asked to take our drink orders. We'd had plenty of time to look at the menu so we placed our food order as well. The food was pretty good but not worth the hassle. The management at Hodak's needs to realize that customers should be treated well instead of as a nuisance.
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03/04/2017
By: Amber S.
54th Street Grill & Bar
54th Street is one of our favorite chains. We enjoy the food most of the time. This particular restaurant is particularly awful. On occasions when we actually make it to a table, the service is always slow. Today, we didn't quite make it that far. When we arrived, we left our name and number with the hostess so we could be texted when our table was ready. We were told 45 minutes. An hour and six minutes passed before we received a text telling us that it would be 45 minutes and they would text us when our table was ready. You can imagine our changrin at being told to wait another 45 minutes! Then when we finally received notification of our table, we kept receiving texts telling us our table was ready. I cannot recommend this store.
05/27/2012
By: grace.o
The Feasting Fox
Visiting from out of town, we were a little doubtful of the quality of The Feasting Fox due to quick judgments of the remotely sketchy surrounding area. However, we were in for quite a surprise! The restaurant is a quiet place (with video surveyed parking) with gorgeous antique decorations and comfy booths and tables. Though not every item is German originally, it was all delicious and in generous portions, especially the weinerschnitzel (chicken), toasted ravioli, sausage sampler, and black bean soup. The waiter was very attentive and extremely helpful when discussing food allergens with us and the chef, and even ran after us when we forgot our credit card. The Feasting Fox is certainly a diamond in the rough.
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This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
  • Debridement: The removal of dead skin and tissue surrounding the wound. This can be done surgically, using a whirlpool bath, syringes, enzymes that dissolve the tissue, or wet dressings that dry on the wound and absorb the dead tissue.
  • Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
  • Compression stockings: Tight-fitted fabric sheaths that encourage blood flow.
  • Artificial skin: A covering that is applied to the wound for several days as it heals.
  • Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
  • Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
  • Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.
Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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