CJ Muggs Restaurant & Bar
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- General Info:
- CJ Muggs Bar and Grill, a family-run restaurant established in 1982 by Jack Crall and Carol Hellman, offers a variety of food items. The restaurant has separate dining rooms that are available for special occasions, private parties, banquets and meetings. Its menu features a selection of appetizers, salads, homemade soups, chili and gumbo, pasta, risottos, gourmet pizzas, quesadillas, wraps, sandwiches and burgers. It features several dark-stained, cherry wood tables, cozy chairs, floor-to-ceiling windows and French-style doors. The restaurant has an awning, large patio areas, and wrought-iron tables and chairs shaded with massive umbrellas. Its bar features more than 15 bar stools and regular-sized tables, wood paneling, leaded glass and low lighting. It also serves complimentary appetizers during happy hour and other special occasions. CJ Muggs Bar and Grill maintains locations in Webster Groves and Clayton, Mo.
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- all major credit cards
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Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
My family went to C J Mugg's on Tuesday night before Thanksgiving. The waitress was very friendly and had the food out and took care of everything we needed. We ordered the skins appetizer. i thought they might be small -- they were HUGE, and loaded with cheese and green onions and bacon. Absolutely delicious. They were so big, we had to take some home. We had the burger for the main course, and it too, was large and tasty. I am picky about restaurants, and lately seem to go home disappointed at spending my hard earned money on mediocre fare. Not at C J Mugg's -- I felt like I received my money's worth, and then some. Delightful night out.
Posted: 8/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The pizza I had not only had a hair in it, but it was cold when it came out. I didnt understand why everything took so long considering there was hardly anyone in the restaurant. Also, my waitress gave me a brochure on Scientology, totally unsolicited, as some sort of compensation for my cold hairy pizza. I have since tried to call the manager, but they just put me on hold forever. If you are hungry and close to CJ Muggs, I suggest you peel up some gum off the sidewalk to tide you over until you reach another restaurant.
Posted: 5/27/2005Provided by Citysearch -
i have really gotten addicted to cj muggs. i love their turkey crossant sandwich. its really good. their fries are SO good. they are like real fries; potatoes cut into fries still with some skin. my bf likes the food too. any meal he has gotten there he has enjoyed. im hooked on my turkey sandwich and fries tho :-P two locations.. webster groves OR clayton.....
Posted: 11/28/2002Provided by Citysearch -
The front page only gives the Clayton address and phone #... I have been to both and the Webster location is best. Delicious Bayou BQ Shrimp - everything is unique...and the owners are the nicest people on the planet (in Clayton too)... Webster atmosphere is better - I must say. Good casual dining and a ""Cheers"" bar crowd where truly, everyone knows each others name.