Q in The Lou
That summertime staple, barbecue, has swept across St. Louis like wild fire—hickory, most likely. Dig in to some sweet smoke at these award-winning establishments: Sugarfire Smoke House delivers smoked brisket, pulled pork and local grass-fed burgers. www.sugarfiresmokehouse.com, 605 Washington Ave., 314.394.1720, MetroLink- Convention Center, Map 1-1E. Pappy’s Smokehouse, voted one of the “101 Best Places to Chow Down in America” by the Travel Channel, specializes in dry-rubbed, slow-smoked ribs. www.pappyssmokehouse.com, 3106 Olive Street, 314.535.4340, Map 4-2G. Adam’s Smokehouse hews to the “low and slow” method of barbeque. www.adamssmokehouse.com. 2819 Watson Road, 314.875.9890, Map 4-4D.
Sugarfire Smoke House