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Hey there, /r/StLouis..I recently visited your city for the first time.
A quick backstory here, I live in Cincinnati (and therefore hate you by default..I am sorry this is basic sportslogic) and recently visited your city for the first time a couple of weeks ago. A good friend of mine recently moved there and is an install tech in...less than desirable parts of town. We rolled out for about a week through the hood (as he calls it "hoodstompin") doing install work and taking in the sights as we went along and time permitted. While I was there, I saw: The graff wall. This came about somewhat by accident. My friend had mentioned it and we are both fans. We were trying to navigate our way to the Arch (must see spot?) and randomly ran across the graff wall. Seriously, this is the coolest fucking thing I have ever seen in my entire life. So much great artwork. Every nasty ass ghetto in Saint Louis. Here in Cincy, we have "Over The Rhine" which is supposed to/reported as being "the most dangerous neighborhood in America". Yeah. Eff that. We did installs in neighborhoods where cars would roll by with folks wearing all red, staring at us, the only white kids for probably a square mile, hard and I was legit concerned for my safety. I can walk pretty much anywhere here in Cincy, any time of the day and not really sweat too much. Not the case. I seriously felt like I was going to get shot numerous times. So...props? The Arch. That shit was cool. I mean, if you're going to go to StL, you might as well? Ran the steps going up to it. Got on queue to ride up to the top but between a radiation scare at security (wtf?) and timing of the next ride up..it didn't work out. Nonetheless, still got a great shot of your Arch and enjoyed walking along the river. St Peters. This is where my friend stays down there. Nice spot. Seems quiet, mostly families and normal folks. Enjoyed that a lot. Ameristar Casino Buffet. I demanded this happen. I am a skinny kid but a secret fat ass that has spent plenty of time in Las Vegas to know that if there is a casino buffet around..you need to hit that shit up. It was ok. Food was decent..availability was kind of shitty and the price effing sucked. Still worth it though. Clubs. The only club I went to was the Old Rock House. A few buddies were DJing there so we went down to check it out. Super cool club. We have nothing like it here. Definitely enjoyed my time although the bar staff can seriously suck a dick. Old 5th Street. Hit this up on St. Patty's Day night. Was pretty subdued given the time but seems like a cool place. The #1 observation I have about Saint Louis is pretty simple: Ya'll have Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too goddamn many motherfucking signs and zones. I noticed this immediately and cut up on it the entire time I was in town. There's speed safety zones, accident avoidance zones, no parking zones, keep your cornhole tight zones. Fuck, man. More zones than any rational personal could logically keep track of. Everywhere else I've been across the country there is a highway sign like every mile..half mile maybe. Nah, son. In the 'Lou, there's a sign every goddamn hundred feet and it's fucking annoying..not to mention confusing. You don't know where you stand at any particular point in time if you are driving on the highway other than that you better go slow as shit and not do anything remotely questionable unless you want to get assraped by some podunk township cop trying to reach his "performance incentive" for the month. I hate to be negative but that shit was ridiculous. Down on 5th street, I even saw a "Do Not Posts Signs In This Zone" Sign. What in the actual fuck is that? All in all, I enjoyed my 5 or so days in Saint Louis and honestly, it is someplace I probably wouldn't mind living but there are some stark differences between your fair town and well..everywhere else. It was an interesting experience to say the least.
So the great shit show that is The Buffet at Ameristar Casino is still closed, and they used to do the Friday night or whatever for 30 bucks. Jumpin Catfish has Thursdays all you can eat for 50. Anyone else know of any other place around town where I can get crackin?
Never been to Omaha, just found out I'll be stuck there for Thanksgiving on a long layover (flight crew.) What will be open so I don't have to eat Thanksgiving dinner out of my lunch box in my hotel room?
I'll be there after 1:30PM, and staying just over the border in IA.
What happens in Black Hawk...will be posted all over r/Denver, Sat 7/21
Ladies and Gentlebros, let us gather for an evening of drinks and gaming on Saturday, July 21st. Rendezvous at the AmeriStar Casino's Centennial Buffet circa 4:45pm, and we'll be seated hopefully by 5pm to enjoy a mediocre buffet involving crab legs! Afterwards, we shall "hit da flo" and get our gamble on, whether it's at AmeriStar or if we wanna do up another place. If you are under 21, or have a gambling problem, you are not welcome at this event unfortunately. Please RSVP below so I may let them know how many of us to expect when the time comes. AshleyShrugged, djvortix, and slog will enjoy a ghetto fabulous ride up from me, please post if you feel you're able to accommodate others. Gmaps link
So GF and I looking to do a little local getaway on memorial weekend. I was looking at Crescent Lake Inn and other nice little Bed & Breakfast but they're all booked up. Then I was reading that Chateau Avalon is cheap decor, small, and unclean and not worth the high cost. So then I am torn between Argosy or Ameristar. It's great because casino hotels are gonna be bit nicer and you can just walk downstairs to eat buffet or see show or gamble if you want so don't have to drive around everywhere. Argosy: cheaper, big shower with dual heads, city view Ameristar: bit more expensive, balcony, bigger room (a mini suite), free wifi Any advice?
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