Dressel's Public House in St. Louis, MO

 419 N Euclid Avenue St. Louis , MO 63108

 (314) 361-1060

 

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    •  5 mos
    •  mlsweeney

    This place was absolutely fantastic. I had the Porchetta Louie and it was one of the best sandwiches I've ever had. The service was great and the prices were very reasonable. I really enjoyed the theater/Wales atmosphere. I will definitely come back here again! 9.5/10

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    •  2 yrs
    •  Lynnea Scarth

    Dressel's was aired in an episode. I just watched it on Food Network.

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    •  3 yrs
    •  AK Ben

    Dressel's is a very clean and friendly place to eat. The food was packed full of flavor. The pretzel and cheese sauce was delicious! If you go here, you have to try the Porchetta "Louie." If you are in the area, check out this great place!

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