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worldrunner | Sep 21, 201508:24 AM     7

So normally I wouldn't have much issue finding something but I'll be joining my GF and her daughter on the last two days of their vacation for my birthday dinner in St Louis.

I've been to STL several times but I'm not really familiar with the city or local hot spots. I'm not picky. I like burgers, bbq, pizza, good bar food, sushi, Italian, Latin, Asian. I'm really good with whatever.

What I am looking for for this particular meal is a location that's not loud or crowded. Her daughter has SPD and she sometimes really struggles with loud places and crowds. She has good days and bad but if I can I'd rather just avoid the potential for a bad night all together.

So I'm just looking for a few suggestions for a nice quiet dinner with some good food. Preferably a place that takes reservations. We are staying near Dutchtown but will have a vehicle so I'm OK driving a little bit out of the way for the right place.

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