Quincy Street Bistro

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Do you ever feel like you’re so exhausted that you’re running on autopilot? I feel like that is my life right now. This past week has been so incredibly busy – I’ve been busy with social outings and work-related things every single day this week, and next week will be more of the same. I get tired just thinking about it! I need to set aside one day where I just sleep all day. 🙂

Anyway, even when I’m completely exhausted, I’ve still gotta eat! And when I eat, I share it with you all through the blog. So let’s get started!

My latest foodie adventure brought me to Quincy Street Bistro in the Princeton Heights neighborhood of St. Louis.

IMG_4375789 I visited this spot with my friend Molly – we had both had long days at work, and bar food (and beer!) felt like the right thing to do.

The inside of the bistro was pretty nice!

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Before we gave any thought to what entrees we were going to go with, we decided to order an appetizer first. The Buffalo Chicken Dip sounded like a winner.

IMG_4341789And it was! The dip itself was cheesy, filled with tons of chicken, and it had a little kick to it! The tortilla chips were nice and warm and were the perfect addition to this app.

After we demolished the chicken dip, I took a look at the menu. It didn’t take long until something caught my eye.

IMG_4358789The Hog Burger! It sounded delicious – a blend of beef, pork, and bacon, seasoned with creole spices and topped with pimento cheese and caramelized onions.

IMG_4362789 Look at all of the cheesy goodness on that burger! I ordered my burger with fries, which were crispy and delicious!

My burger was fantastic, too. It was huge – this picture doesn’t do it justice at all – and it was super juicy and flavorful. And as you can see, they didn’t skimp on the pimento cheese at all! The only part of the burger I wasn’t a fan of was the bun. It was a ciabatta bun, and it just didn’t seem to pair with the burger very well. I think I would have enjoyed a pretzel bun with this instead.

Service at Quincy Street Bistro was good – we sat at the bar, and the bartender made sure our bellies were happy and that our beer glasses were full. Did I mention that Quincy Street has an amazing beer selection? Because they do.

Has anyone else been to Quincy Street Bistro? What did you order? Tell me everything! And if you haven’t visited yet, you probably should. It’s worth it. 😉

See you next week!

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