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Highway 61 Roadhouse & Kitchen

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(6 Reviews)

34 S Old Orchard Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63119

(314) 968-0061

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Today: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
13
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aissez le bon temps roulez, "Let the good times roll" Featured on Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins

General Info
Enjoy our “Southern Roadhouse Hospitality” in our St. Louis Restaurant along with the food and music that we have selected from this section of Highway 61. Whether it’s the great seafood and spicy Cajun foods along with Jazz and Zydeco from Louisiana, the soulful cooking and Blues from the Mississippi Delta, the Rockabilly of the Sun label as well as the Soulful sounds of the Stax and Hi labels. Taste the mouth watering barbecue made so famous in Memphis, or come hear and see the sounds of St. Louis hometown greats Chuck Berry, Fontella Bass, and Ike and Tina Turner. Enjoy our mouth watering Barbecue and awesome gooey butter cake. We promise to bring you the best in food and music that these areas have to offer in St. Louis, Missouri.
Hours
Regular Hours

Payment method
mastercard, discover
Price Range
$$
Neighborhood
Webster Groves
Categories
American Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Barbecue Restaurants, Bars, Caterers, Creole & Cajun Restaurants, Night Clubs, Pizza, Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Seafood Restaurants, Soul Food Restaurants, Sports Bars, Take Out Restaurants, Taverns
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Barbecue

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average

Pets Allowed: No

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Josephine C.

04/10/2018

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I've been longing for a soul food joint close to Rock Hill area. There are skads of Asian, Italian and American food places; but no soul food restaurants. So when I saw on YP that 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen was in Webster Groves, I was amazed. My guy invited me to dinner on 4/6 to celebrate my birthday. Although it had occurred on 3/6!😂 Parking was hard to find. But, the trip was worth it. It was packed inside, we were seated immediately and had a gracious server. The decor is New Orleans fabulous and the live Blues band fronted by Eric Griffin was hot! They also have trivia night on Thursdays. The red beans with brown rice and grilled sausage was delish. The greens reminded me of my Grandma's cooking. The server was kind enough to get me some mint from the bar for my (Southern style) iced tea with lemon. The drinks were large. My guy had the pulled pork with Mac and cheese. The only complaint he had was the pulled pork was coated in BBQ sauce. So, he exchanged it for the fried catfish. He loved the Mac and cheese.
Although we were the only Black patrons there, the other patrons sitting next to us reached across the aisle and engaged us in some lively conversations. I and the lady next to me were feeling out about Jesus Christ Superstar that was broadcast on Easter. We even hugged each other upon leaving. This impressed me, because I have had some unpleasant experiences in other establishments. If you're still reading, I will most definitely be returning to 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen. Hope to see you there!

et2081

05/07/2009

Overall
Exceptional Brunch

Went for Easter Brunch and it was great. Food was excellent, selection and portions were generous.



Prices were very fair. I would definitely recommend.

Jackie W.

12/19/2007

Overall
A fun Route 66 "roadhouse" joint

What's a "joint"? A place to take family and friends, eat hearty, tasty food in a very relaxed surroundings and have a good time. I've only been here once, but will go back again. Nothing stuffy or fancy here, but the place is a homage to old rock-n-roll, blues music and food influences from Creole, Cajun, USA diner fare.. but all with some added pizazz. If ya want a more detailed menu description go to the Sauce Magazine website and read their detailed review of this place. It's located in Old Orchard part of Webster Groves, near the Laclede Station exit of Hiway 44. Prices decent, lots of parking ..oh and they have a real brick fireplace with real fire ... makes ya feel like you're at home or at a apres-ski hangout. They may even have live music in the evenings sometimes. There is also outside dining when the weather is good. Bon Apetit!

baddawwg

08/17/2007

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St. Louis Cajun that's got a kick!

Reasonably priced and leaning very authentic this newer restaurant serves up well spiced dishes at mostly moderate prices. Stay away from the steaks (which we did not try) and entree prices are reasonable. Portions are generous. BBQ Shrimp appetizer is excellent and highly recommended. It's called BBQ but it's really shrimp in a cajun butter sauce, 7 decent size ones for $10. Other appetizers are less expensive. We had the stuffed chicken breast (with a tasso and andouille stuffing) finished with an andouille cream sauce and the pulled pork. The chicken was fabulous with just right kick to not be overpowering. The pork was a huge portion served open face and was excellent. It was spicy sweet and smokey. Each dish allowed two sides. We chose Mac/Cheese, Green Beans, Red Beans and Rice, and BBQ Spaghetti, plus an extra side of Cole Slaw. RB and Rice was superb and had quite the kick. Mac/Cheese was excellent and had a crusty baked top - yum. BBQ Spaghetti was a surprise, good that is. It's as it sounds. Its like they took the pulled pork and used that and BBQ sauce as the spaghetti meat/sauce. It worked well. We didn't care for the green beans. They were a bit too vinergary for us. The cole slaw was creamy and delicious. We were told to try the cream corn souffle the next time by our waitress and we will. The atmosphere on a thurs night was loud and that was without entertainment going. It's not a place to be romantic, but it seems to be a place to have fun and enjoy very good cajun cooking. This one is a keeper though you might need ear plugs on a weekend with a band going!