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    Missouri > Arnold: Smokee Mo's BBQ

    While in St. Louis recently a coworker suggested I might enjoy a visit to Smokee Mo's BBQ in Arnold. According to her the name is a play on the Imo's Pizza that shares the building; apparently the Imo's franchisee and building owner had difficulty keeping a tenant so he decided to use the space himself.




    The interior has a high ceiling and plenty of space and food is ordered cafeteria-style.




    My dining companion ordered brisket, ribs, and mac & cheese.




    My tray of brisket, pork, potatoes and beans.




    We definitely enjoyed our meals, especially the brisket and mac & cheese. I also really liked the beans and the pulled pork was probably the best I've had so far in the St. Louis area. Smokee Mo's also makes its own pastrami so another visit is definitely in my future.

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    Dang Brad, we live on the outskirts of Arnold.
    Had I known you were in the area I would have met up and even paid for your meal.
    I've only tried the Mangia Bene from Smokee-Mo's, good stuff.
    Cooking a steak to well done is like killing the bovine twice.

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    Thanks, Bob, but when I'm St. Louis the company picks up the tab so you would've been off the hook.

    I'd try the Mangia Bene if I could make one minor change...and I'll bet you can guess what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Olson View Post
    Thanks, Bob, but when I'm St. Louis the company picks up the tab so you would've been off the hook.

    I'd try the Mangia Bene if I could make one minor change...and I'll bet you can guess what it is.
    C'mon Brad, Provel is made in Wisconsin.
    Cooking a steak to well done is like killing the bovine twice.

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