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SLU Welcome-Back Brunch!

“Build-Your-Own” Brunch  September 17  |  11am-3pm Come enjoy “build-your-own” brunch & LIVE DJ!  Brunch includes Entrée with Toppings Bar, Side & Bloody Mary, Mimosa, or Mocktail! Plus, Bloody Mary Garnish bar! Only $19.99 for Entrée with Toppings Bar, Side, and Bloody Mary*, Mimosa*, or Mocktail! Plus, includes Bloody Mary Garnish bar! with Hendricks BBQ house-cured smoked bacon! Entrée Choices (pick one, includes toppings bar!): Breakfast Burrito(choice of meat or no meat) 2 Breakfast Tacos(choice of meat or no meat) Huevos Rancheros 2 Chicken Tacos 2 Ground Beef Tacos Side Choices: Beans & Rice Papas Fritas Con Queso Guacamole & Chips

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Flamenco Brunch Sundays!

Now Serving Brunch ALL DAY on Sundays! With Flamenco Guitar from Lliam Christy El Rasguño! Only $5 per item! All day Sunday!   Bloody Maries Breakfast Burritos Huevos Rancheros Mimosas

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DINNER & A SHOW: Diablitos Cantina + The Trip Daddys at The Gramophone

        Written by Amy Burdge Photography by J. Pollack Photography                 Live music has a long and rich tradition in St. Louis. From classical to the classics, rock-and-roll to rockabilly, fans are treated to performances that are full of energy, creativity and skill. What live music lovers find when they go to local music venues is often very similar to what they find – in terms of energy, creativity and skill – at local restaurants. Experience it for yourself when you make a night of dinner at Diablitos and a

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Diablitos Cantina Opens Today in Midtown

Diablitos Cantina Opens Today in Midtown By Kylah Brown December 16, 2011 11:41 AM The recent brainchild of Gurpreet Padda and Ami Grimes, the dynamic duo you can thank for Sanctuaria, Cafe Ventana and Chuy Arzola’s, offers “spirits and sustenance” with a Mexican flare. Those who miss the recently closed El Borracho will find solace in this Mexican-street-vendor-concept cantina which opens today at 4 p.m. Diablitos (3761 Laclede Ave., 314-644-4430, www.diablitoscantina.com), which has a distinct Dia de los Muertos feel, touts house-infused tequilas, traditional margaritas, horchatas—as well as beer and wine. And let’s not forget about the sustenance, which you’ll

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