St. Louis Bar & Grill Restaurant

St. Louis Bar & Grill Restaurant

St. Louis Bar & Grill

 
Address: 808 York Mills Road, Unit 24,
North York, ON, M3B 1X8, Canada
Phone: N/A
Fax: (416) 756-3135
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
Online Menu
Online Menu
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Party Platters
100 Wings
150 Wings
200 Wings
250 Wings
300 Wings
Extra Sauce Or Dip 8 Pack
Extra Sauce Or Dip Each
St Louis Hot Sauce (250Ml)
Other Stuff
Bbq Beef (click for more info...)
Bbq Pork Ribs (click for more info...)
Chicken Caesar Wrap (click for more info...)
Chicken Fingers
Fish And Fries (click for more info...)
Grilled Chicken Breast (click for more info...)
Italian Chicken (click for more info...)
Philly Cheese Steak (click for more info...)
Shredded Bbq Pork (click for more info...)
St. Louis Combo (click for more info...)
Starters and Snacks
Caesar Salad
French Fries
Greek Salad
Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad
House Salad (click for more info...)
Onion Chips (click for more info...)
Poppers (click for more info...)
Wings
Drumsticks-(6) (click for more info...)
Extra Sauce Or Dip Or Cheese (click for more info...)
Large Order Wings & Fries (click for more info...)
Single Order Wings & Fries (click for more info...)

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