Nice place! Come check us out! Grand Slam Storage Flea Market 2505 Chambers Rd, 63136- Booth 3117 on Sat's10-4PM & Sun's12-4PM/Any other day by appointment only "CLEARANCE SALE" "100% Exotic Boxed Boots" in ostrich,croc.,lizard, alligator, ostrich & alligator mixed,elephant,eel skin, anteater and more!! Many colors! Sizes 6.5-13. Over 30 selections. In Store Boots Previously $400 Now only ✄$150/Cash only -WE ACCEPT 30 DAY LAYAWAY ON BOOTS!- We also have a beautiful reasonably priced catalog featuring in sizes children to adult shoes and boots up to size 17 of deer, ostrich, eel skin, eel with deer, eel with deer square toe, python with deer, elk and nobuk, elephant with deer, menudo with deer, caiman, python, baby leopard, elk, fashion design with deer square toe, suede, snake, stingrays, denim with patch, grasso with leather sole rodeo boot with saddle, smooth caiman square toe, kenya and nobuk, cobra and caiman with the head, cobra & water snake with head,lizard, basket weave, bull shoulder, goat, anteater, rage,crocodile, alligator, biker boots, and selections of jackets, shirts- embroidery design, fashion and stitched, hats, pins and bands, caps, wallets, assorted belts-including one with the head, mens dress shoes and dress boots. Mens colorful casuals made of ostrich, caiman and ostrich, cobra & python with head, casual stingrays and with ostrich are popular! We also have a large selection of women's boots. Turn around time for catalog purchases generally 3-7days! All items purchased thru catalog are on sale and must supply half down. All items not picked up after 30 days whether on layaway or by catalog, buyer forfeits down payment and is NON NEGOTIABLE. https://www.dailyreferral.com/bootsgalore
2100 Locust StSaint Louis, MO 63103
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500 N 14th StSaint Louis, MO 63103
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The only way to describe the food and service is simply "Outstanding". I had the pleasure of dining at The Drunken Fish at Westport this past weekend and I will become a regular. The night started off with a very pleasant greeting at the hostess stand and again by our waiter once we were seated. The bar was full along with the restaurant throughout our dininig experience. This must say something because as soon as a table was ready to be seated it was with many people still waiting to be seated. Our waiter had a great personality and was able to describe the menu in a way that made want to try something new. His energy level was high as well as his selling abilities. The food ranged from Appetizers to Sashimi and Nigiri Sushi and from Regular to Signature Makimono Rolls, Stir Fry to Fried Rice. The menu had many great items to choose from. After the many suggestions our waiter offered we decided on the Soft Shell Crab Apprtizer which was Soft-Shell Crab lightly battered with a Katsu sauce. Our waiter suggested a variety of wines and we went with the Greg Norman Pinot Noir which complimented the crab very nicely. We then decided to try The Drunken Fish Roll, The White Tiger Roll, and The Starburst Roll. All were outstanding in presentation and in taste which makes you want to go back and try them all. It is not only hard to find good food these day's but it is harder to find a server as dedicated to his craft as our server was Saturday night. I will not only be back but I will certainly tell my friends and family of my experience at The Drunken Fish Westport.
I had the pleasure of visiting your establishment last Saturday for my daughter's wedding reception. The back bar area was the perfect place. It was private and there was plenty of room for everyone. We had a wonderful time and the food was excellent. It was not until today that I heard some disturbing news. I just heard that one of the waitress' was accused of stealing and was fired. Both of the waitress' worked very hard that evening and did not deserve to be treated in that manner. In my opinion that was a very poor way of doing business. Considering all the money that was brought in that evening, 5 cases of beer is trivial. Believe me no one dislikes this woman more than me, but what happened to her and the way she was dismissed was very unbusinesslike. There are other ways of dismissing an employee other than accusing them of stealing. I will never be back to your establishment again. I will also inform any friends who may have patronized your business to stop going there.