Voted best nightclub, bar, hangout, restaurant...you name it: Blueberry Hill is the place to go for great food and live ... More
Voted best nightclub, bar, hangout, restaurant...you name it: Blueberry Hill is the place to go for great food and live bands. Whether it is a local band or a national touring act, this five-star establishment has the best in blues, reggae and rock 'n' roll. The menu contains an array of heart clogging selections like chili fries and hamburgers. But you will find numerous veggie offerings and specials like Trout Almondine and jerk chicken. Sandwiches and breakfast grub is also available.
Been here 2 weeks visiting with friends. Won't come back. Last week watched a broad daylight robbery of a store across the street from Blueberry Hill and tonight while walking back from another clean restaurant (Peggys Noodle) as we approached Blueberry Hill there were 3 Cop Cars attempting to assist a female assault victum. What made this scene more freightenig was the cops were laughing and joking as they took turns dealing with this woman. She was in shock and tears. I am done with this area and NEVER coming back. I even heard a tourist say to his friends the other day that the popularity of the Delmar Loop is rialing Atlanta and his friends were going "really". That was the day of the robbery. Locals do not come over here anymore and despite an add I read in Wikipedia, my WashU friends do not come over here anymore, they stay closer to the university and go into Clayton or The Moorlands. I'm back to Cali. WORD, oh yes and you will not read about any of these crimes in the news. That owner and the police chief keep things very very quiet and local.
I used to really look forward to visiting The Loop and Blueberry Hill, but no more. Took friends there the first warm weather and with outside seating. We were all so amazed at the difference in what we used to know of the place and what it has become. No locals, I have no one that still goes down/over there. Our food was unimpressive and the wait staff were noticably different in their dress and demeanors. Tattos are interesting, but noticable dirty clothes, bodies and fingernails are totally UNACCEPTABLE. I mean this is not supposed to be Ed Debevichs in Chicago where you are informed that the staff are rude on purpose. Our food was not up to par either. I must agree that this is not the place it used to be.
I have quit eatting here too. In the past year the food has just been awful. I used to love to eat breakfast here, but my last 2 meals were attrocious. Yucky Eggs, Bland Biscuits, Burnt Sausages and Bad Bad Service. I agree too with the wait staff not only becomming increasingly scary, but nasty looking as well. I never minded the tattos, but a few of these guys never change their clothes and 2 of the girls were so skinny as to suggest drugs. I am just fearful anymore of really skinny, pale stoned looking unkempt wait/foodstaff. The Loop is no longer a place to be after dark either, it used to be after midnite, but now, I watched 2 cop chases after young kids mugging/stole a girls purse in broad daylight in front of whatever Avalon is now. My girlfriend had her car window smashed with nothing inside insight. Just a dangerous place and the local government keeps all the really dangerous stuff out of the news. A murder on Delmar West of Skinker & East of Hanley within the past month.
OMG...GROSS OUT...had to get up and walk away Monday when my wait staff showed up with swirly armpit hair standing out from a WIFEBEATER T Shirt. Is this allowed?
Heard that this place had gone way downblueberryhill and guess so. Other wait staff looked stoned and like junkies/meth heads so I would have been afraid to eat their food too.
AND, I don't know about you, but food staff with handlebar moustaches gross me out as well, as they are always spitting and swirling them. It's another case of where have your hands.
Local friends since have reported that this has become a Tourist Trap and locals no longer frequent. New cooks and hamburger meat is different.
It's an okay place (if you consider St. Louis "The Big City," you'll find plenty to keep you entertained) with food that ranges from average to good (never below or above). The restaurant's main deficiency is the service; it seems they're often understaffed and the servers are often indifferent (but not rude). Try to keep your group to four people or less because the service rarely warrants the 18% gratuity added for parties of five or more. The beer selection is excellent.
blue berry hill is a wonderful place that my darlin and i had one of our first dates at since then happily ever after, our romantic meals there, togeather are certainly wonderfuly memorable, and for my birthday, my darlin took me out to see chuck berry there , was a very entertaining show especialy watchin chuck berry pervin down my womans top as we sat in the front row, ty for those special times. and was amazing to see such a great entertainer like chuck berry still has so much energy and put on a very memorable show, we have great pics to remind us of the ocassion, and flogged a couple of your menues one of which is now in australia.
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