Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives

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battra
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Re:Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives 2010/03/24 11:56:25 (permalink)
He came to St. Louis and went to a place called Sweetie Pie's.  It's a soul food joint run by a woman who used to be a back up dancer for Tina Turner (who's also from the Lou).

That place is awesome.
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Re:Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives 2010/03/24 12:58:51 (permalink)
To  me it's the best show on the food network. I've seen a lot of places I would like to try tho since they did Fred's cafe in Ft Worth, you can't get in anymore.
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Re:Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives 2010/03/24 14:08:25 (permalink)
To each his own, my position is that great roadfood is just as much about the experience as it is about the food. When I am in Atlanta I make sure to hit the Varsity in downtown because I enjoy the experience as much as the food. Sure I can get a better burger and dog elsewhere but where else can you order "Chili Cheese Steak, Rings, and Naked dog walking"?
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Re:Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives 2010/03/26 07:05:04 (permalink)
Excellent point, Gumbo.  It enhances the experience.
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Re:Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives 2010/04/07 09:14:42 (permalink)
I've been to several restaurants featured on D3 simply because they were featured there: Pizza Palace in Knoxville, Blue Moon Cafe in Baltimore, Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, and of course I've gone to the Marietta Diner here in Cobb County for years.  Not a disappointment among 'em.
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