Frankly on Cherokee, the brick-and-mortar restaurant from acclaimed food truck Frankly Sausages, opens at 4 p.m. on Friday (Nov. 17) at 2744 Cherokee Street.The restaurant will be open this Friday and Saturday from 4-11 p.m. Regular hours will be 4-10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Owners Bill and Jamie Cawthon launched Frankly Sausages in late 2015.
I should know by now not to lead a review with a sweeping proclamation, but I’m confident in this one: The original Sister Cities Cajun and BBQ was the best restaurant to be struck by a car twice in four months.Travis Parfait and Pamela Melton opened Sister Cities in June 2013 at South Grand Boulevard and Meramec Street in Dutchtown. It was a risk. The location was about a mile and a half south of South Grand’s commercial heart. The building was a work in progress.
Somehow, I hadn't heard about the chaco yet.Don't bother to Google it. The main results will be for sandals. This chaco is the signature dish at Taqueria Z, which opened one year ago in Edwardsville. I try to keep track of Edwardsville restaurants — the town has given us Cleveland-Heath and Peel Wood-Fired Pizza, among others — but I didn't know about Taqueria Z until a reader emailed last month, urging me to visit.So, anyway, the chaco.
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