Restaurant in Webster Groves now catering Cajun and BBQ

Highway 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen was conceived during a journey on Highway 61 between St. Louis and New Orleans. This stretch is called “The Blues Highway”. It comes from the agriculturally and culturally fertile land of the Mississippi Delta; it is said that American music, as we understand it, took a trip and developed up the river. From the Zydeco and Jazz of New Orleans to the Urban Blues of Memphis’ Beale Street to the piano based St. Louis Blues, great music has actually extended this route. The combination of the rhythmic sounds of slaves and their instruments of the new world offered America its roots of special musical designs that have actually topped the charts and soothed souls for centuries. Learn more at restaurants

The different cultures that produced such distinctive and world-renowned music had other influences as well. The food of this area of Highway 61 brings us the savory tastes and complicated tastes that American’s hearts and tastes buds have fallen in love with. No one can withstand the spicy étouffée or jambalaya from the Cajun and Creole kings of New Orleans. The Delta brings us items like cornmeal breaded catfish, hot tamales and sweet potatoes. As this cooking trip continues to Memphis, you will find mounds of sluggish smoked pulled pork and racks of experienced dry rubbed ribs. St. Louis, whose contributions include pork steaks, toasted ravioli and what was initially a mistake that has actually turned into among the location’s most liked desserts, gooey butter cake. These are just a couple of examples of the great foods this rich region has actually contributed to America’s gastronomic tradition. We hope we have actually consisted of some of your favorites on our menu and if you have a tip please let us understand. Click Here – st louis bbq restaurant


We hope you enjoy our “Southern Roadhouse Hospitality” along with the food and music that we have selected from this area of Highway 61. Whether it’s the terrific seafood and spicy Cajun foods along with Jazz and Zydeco from Louisiana, the soulful cooking and Blues from the Mississippi Delta, the Rockabilly of the Sun label along with the Soulful sounds of the Stax and Hi labels in addition to the mouth watering barbecue made so popular in Memphis, or, of course, our home town greats Chuck Berry, Fontella Bass, and Ike and Tina Turner, and a mouth watering pork steak and gooey butter cake. We guarantee to bring you the best in food and music that these locations have to provide. – Social Media and Reviews here – St Louis cajun restaurant

Laissez le bon temps roulez, “Let the excellent times roll”

Bill Kunz, Owner