Top Spots For Chicken And Waffles In St. Louis

April 29, 2015 7:00 AM

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Satisfy your hunger for a late breakfast, early lunch or anytime the mood hits you with chicken and waffles. Discover chicken and waffles among the best lunches for less than $10 in St. Louis. Whether this tradition of this style of cooking dates back to the 1790s or from more recent times, it has become a well-known and popular Southern comfort food that has made its way to the Midwest. Find out where the best chicken and waffle combos are served in the area at these top spots for chicken and waffles in St. Louis.
St. Louis Wings Company
9816 Manchester Road
St. Louis, MO 63119
(314) 962-9464
www.stlwingco.com

There are no rules that say chicken has to be fried when it’s served with waffles. Spice up your mid-morning munchies by combining fresh waffles with a variety of chicken wing dishes. Cheer on the Cardinals with a “rally squirrel” chicken wings with waffles, doused with a caramel sauce. Or, enjoy a thai flavored wings and waffles along with other choices.

The Kitchen Sink
255 Union Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 454-1551
www.letseat.at/thekitchensink

This American food restaurant with a Cajun flair offers such variety that you will feel as if you literally have the option of ordering everything but the kitchen sink. When it comes to chicken and waffles, you won’t be disappointed. You know it’s got to be good when the description on the menu simply reads, “Chicken and Waffles – Enough said!”  Just call before you go to make sure they are open when you arrive, because the place often closes to the public to host special events.

Goody Goody Diner
5900 Natural Bridge Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63120
(314) 383-3333
www.goodygoodydiner.com

Ask any local who enjoys down home cooking, and you will hear how this place is known for serving the best chicken and waffles around. The restaurant has been in the same location since 1948 and owned by the same family since early 1950. Located just up the street from the original Ted Drewes Frozen Custard location, it has maintained a classic diner look including the original iconic flashing neon sign. Order the specialty dish with your choice of half a fried chicken, two pieces of white or dark meat, or five wings. Whichever you choose, the chicken is served with a Belgium waffle.

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Juniper
360 N. Boyle Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 329-7696
www.junipereats.com

A midst the trendy and eclectic atmosphere of the Central West End is a welcoming place with hospitality and taste. Be prepared for some old-fashioned comfort food with the flavor of the South. Delight in the Southern cooking that keeps this place alive and delightful. The Juniper chicken and waffles is served with the spice of Korean chili flake, doused with a caramel fish sauce and served with a bread and butter pickle on the side to help blend the flavors together.

The Rustic Goat Eatery And Lounge
2617 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 371-4031
www.rusticgoat.com

Touted as offering typical American food served with a dash of Southern style thrown in, you are sure to get your fill of comfort food from the South. Whether you’re stopping in for lunch, dinner, a late-night snack, Sunday brunch, or to sit back or dance to the live music, this place has something for everyone. Enjoy the sweet potato waffle with caramel-infused maple syrup alongside chicken fritters. The main chicken and waffles dish is also part of the weekly Sunday brunch.

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Tere Scott is a freelance writer and author of e-books and two educational blogs. She loves to research information to share. She currently resides in St. Louis. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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