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Favazza’s: Where old world charm meets delectable dining since 1978

By WENDY TODD Food worth traveling for – that’s what Favazza’s has consistently delivered since opening in 1978. John Favazza, who owns and operates the restaurant with his brother, Tony, knows what draws customers from throughout the region – whether from St. Louis, St. Charles or Illinois. “It’s customer service. You can have the best food in the world, but if you don’t have someone who’s greeting you, serving you and evaluating your needs, you won’t return. All these things go into creating a great dining experience,” John said. Though attentive customer service has been fundamental to Favazza’s’ success since ...

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Salty’s Fresh Mex: Where fun and flavor meet

Salty’s Fresh Mex has earned a glowing reputation since its debut in 2016 – and that says a lot. Tasty Mexican food with an American flare isn’t easily attained in the Midwest, but Salty’s remedies that problem by serving up delicious “Fresh-Mex” in the Cottleville-O’Fallon area.

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Smoothie King: Serving up good health, one delicious glass at a time

When Cherry Villegas and her family tried a Smoothie King smoothie for the first time in 1999 it was love at first sip. Today, Villegas and customers agree that one of the best things about Smoothie King is the countless ways guests can customize their smoothies. Custom blends can be created by adding any fruit or enhancer to any smoothie on the menu, which makes the possibilities endless.

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Spiro’s: Where taste and tradition unite

Tableside service at Spiro's

Spiro’s rich history and style is a tradition of the Karagiannis family, legendary local restaurateurs who built their reputation by serving the finest Mediterranean cuisine, pastas, steaks and seafood.

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Erio’s Ristorante: Built on a tradition of great food, friendly service, fresh ingredients

Erio’s Ristorante has witnessed a change – but customers probably haven’t noticed. Joe and Andrew Creech have taken over the family business.  While they actually aren’t family to Erio’s’ patriarch Pete Pulizzi, they feel like they are. Both began working for Pulizzi as teenagers, learning the ins and outs of the business Pulizzi started in 1970 in Old Town Florissant before making the move to St. Peters in 1991.

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