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BuzzFeed: Bring your stretchy pants to this St. Louis food tour

On BuzzFeed’s ‘Bring Me’ page, it shared a nearly 8-minute video of foods you must try in St. Louis.
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ST. LOUIS — Several St. Louis spots were featured in a BuzzFeed video this week.

On BuzzFeed’s ‘Bring Me’ page, it shared a nearly 8-minute video of foods you must try in St. Louis.

The first spot they tried on the list was of course Pappy’s Smokehouse. “Pappy’s is constantly busy, but it’s worth the wait.” You can find Pappy’s at 3106 Olive Street. Thrillist recently named the spot one of the best barbecue places in the country.

The second spot was gooey butter cake at Park Avenue Coffee. They have over 70 rotating flavors!

The third was St. Louis-Style Pizza at of course Imo’s Pizza. “Provel is a mix of cheddar, Swiss and provolone. The pizza is made of thin crust and they don’t skimp on the toppings.”

Next up is the frozen custard at Ted Drewes. The St. Louis staple has been around for 90 years. “Go wild with the toppings or keep it simple.”

Toasted Raviolis at Imo’s Pizza is the sixth thing they recommend in St. Louis. “Locals call them t-ravs,” The video said. And heck yes we do!

And can’t forget about Gus’ Pretzels! The family owned and operated spot has been around for 99 years. “You can watch the pretzel making process.”

No. 7 is the 'Gerber Special' at Ruma’s Deli. It’s an open-faced sandwich with homemade garlic butter, topped with ham, St. Louis style cheese and sprinkled with paprika. It was named after a customer.

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