Breakfast in STL

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I thought I ordered jugo de naranja in Mexico but the waitress brought an orange Crush and I forgot how to say. "that isn't what I ordered" from the learn Spanish tape.

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docellis wrote:diablitos cantina has mexican breakfast....

Huevos y Chilies – Tender baked pastry filled with scrambled eggs, roasted poblano peppers and jack cheese served with a side of salsa verde. 4.00
Carne y Papas – Flaky handmade turn over stuffed with chorizo, potatoes and jack cheese. Baked and served with a side of salsa verde. 5.00
Chiliqueles – Classic Mexican breakfast – A delicious casserole of tortillas, ranchero sauce, Jack cheese and scrambled eggs. Guaranteed to tame the Diablitos from the night before. 6.00
Breakfast Burro – Tender fresh made flour tortilla loaded with scrambled eggs, queso blanco, pico de gallo, hash browns and chilies. 6.00 add bacon or house made chorizo. 1.00
Churros – Mexican doughnuts spiced with cinnamon and sugar served with chocolate sauce on the side for dipping. 3.00
Mucho Gracias.

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this has nothing to do with the thread title, but starting a thread about st. louis restaurants seems too narrow a focus.

Hooked Seafood Bar on Olive in Olivette serves asian and cajun seafood. It is really good. I tried oxtails for the first time and the table next to me was served a heaping plate of fish heads (which actually looked really good). They have louisiana hot sauce and sriracha. Crab legs, vietnamese soups, awesome calimari and seafood po boys. It was really reasonable and really good.

Lulu's seafood down the street is better, but way more expensive, imo.

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I didn't know oxtails were seafood.

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slide_into_first wrote:I didn't know oxtails were seafood.
they aren't obviously, thus the asian influence. at least - I assume. you'd know more about asian influence than me.

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Really enjoyed breakfast at the little place called Sweet Art's on our inaugaral visit.

http://sweetartstl.com/index2.php?v=v1

Mainly bakery and coffee, but has several breakfast items on weekends. Not a mega breakfast place, but we had an excellent breakfast. Vegan -so no bacon, but you won't go hungry here (enroute -stopped by and got some G&W jerky for my meat fix).

This place getting crowded with bourgeois foodies is probable. Sorry to Drifter and locals
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Egg salad sandwich looks good- if that's what it is.

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Freed Roger wrote:Really enjoyed breakfast at the little place called Sweet Art's on our inaugaral visit.

http://sweetartstl.com/index2.php?v=v1

Mainly bakery and coffee, but has several breakfast items on weekends. Not a mega breakfast place, but we had an excellent breakfast. Vegan -so no bacon, but you won't go hungry here (enroute -stopped by and got some G&W jerky for my meat fix).

This place getting crowded with bourgeois foodies is probable. Sorry to Drifter and locals
Huge fan. They made our wedding cakes. Great people. Incredible food despite being a veggie place. One major downside is that they keep changing hours. Too limited.

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