Landry's Seafood and Steak

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1820 Market St. (Union Station), Saint Louis, MO, USA
Landry's Seafood and Steak - The steak was good here, too.
Landry's Seafood and Steak - The steak was good here, too.
Landry's Seafood and Steak - The steak was good here, too.

Landry's Seafood and Steak Saint Louis Reviews

sweetsummerdaiz sweetsum…
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Beautiful location on a lake Sep 08, 2009
I stopped here to eat twice while in St. Louis.

Once was for happy hour - cheap draft beer $2.00 and a happy hour menu. I selected peel and eat shrimp that were "jumbo" but were actually more like "medium." I found them to be over-boiled and ordinary. For $4 skip them and try instead for the sliders.

For dinner this place was the location for the 2nd part of the meetup in St. Louis. Beautiful location at Union Station. There was a man-made lake here with a bridge to Landry's. The Marriott Hotel (Union Station's renovated building), Hard Rock Cafe', and Houlihans all shared this lake. Landry's had a very large patio which was over part of the lake where about 30 tables were graced with umbrellas neatly waiting for patrons. Most patrons opted to sit outside on this warm and wonderful night.

Service here was attentive. Again, we delayed ordering here with the hope that more TB's were joining us. With a large menu with a variety to choose from, steak lovers and seafood lovers would find something to love here.

Moderate prices ($20 for my fish) for meals that were quite filling.

Pleasant atmosphere that was slightly upscale yet casual, food prepared accurately, good portions, and good service. I can safely recommend this restaurant.
The steak was good here, too.
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sweetsummerdaiz says:
Thanks so much :o)
Posted on: Sep 28, 2009
sylviandavid says:
Nice review!
Posted on: Sep 28, 2009
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