4 delicious deals around $10 or less in St. Louis
Got $10 (and maybe $1 more)? Then we’ve got four delicious deals to try now in St. Louis.
1. Time flies, especially when you’re eating great burgers. Baileys' Range downtown is celebrating its seventh anniversary with a new menu revamp, new specialty burgers and free ice-cream shakes for 7 year olds with the purchase of a burger. This offer ends this Sunday, Oct. 21, but popular demand may extend its life. If you’re nice to your kids, maybe they’ll share with you.
2. The newest place to get your pizza fix in The Grove is getting creative this weekend. Pie Guy Pizza offers a special collaboration with Mac’s Local Eats, appropriately dubbed The Mac Attack – a pimento cheeseburger pizza topped with fried green tomatoes and hot sauce aioli for only $6. It’s only available today and tomorrow (Oct. 19 and 20), so get your fix quick.
3. These strange folk never let you down with their awe-inspiring dones. This weekend, swing by the Maplewood Strange Donuts with $5 and sink your teeth into the Bonfire: two toasted, chocolate doughnuts glued together with gooey marshmallows and topped with chocolate fudge and graham crackers.
4. Plank Road Pizza in Cottleville is turning up the heat. This month, its traditional Halloween offering returns: a Ghost Pepper Pizza lunch special with a small salad for only $11 (a bit more than our usual Budget Crunch allowance, we admit). This pie boasts big flavor. Ghost pepper cheese, crushed meatballs, crispy bacon and candied jalapenos, onions and black olives deliver a sweet heat that will have you ditching your fall jacket.
Kevin Korinek is a longtime contributor to Sauce Magazine.
Editor's Note: The article originally provided the wrong age for free milkshakes at Baileys' Range. It was updated at 3:55 p.m. Oct. 19 to correct the error.
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