- Applegate’s is known for serving the best soups, sandwiches, salads in town. At Applegate’s you’ll find many St. Louis hometown favorites including Dad’s Cookies, Fitz’s Root Beer, St. Louis Frozen Custard Factory and Cup Cakes from The Cup.
- Now available: Dickey's Barbecue - A family's passion for barbecue since 1941. In 1941, the Dickey family opened the original Dickey's Barbecue Pit in Dallas. Nearly 70 years later, they are still a family business with the same goals: "Serve everyone great barbecue."
- Proudly serving St. Louis for 25 years!
- Expires 2/1/2013.
- Voucher cannot be redeemed until the day after deal closes.
- May purchase multiple vouchers.
- One voucher per person, per visit.
- Voucher valid at 1912 South Brentwood location only.
- See the fine print that applies to all deals.
At first glance the Saint Louis Galleria and Applegate's Deli seem to have little in common. It's true that they are both located on Brentwood Boulevard, but only one features a wholesome apple for its logo – the red and healthy kind, not the techie one that will set you back several hundred dollars. And, like the Galleria, Applegate's is a one-stop shop for lots of eats, but these are local favorites including cupcakes (from the Cup!), cookies (from Dad's!) and root beer (Fitz's!) – as well as Applegate's own sandwiches, wraps, soups and salads, all served without having to maneuver tricky cafeteria trays through a food court. And now that Applegate's also houses Dickey's Barbecue, the choices are even greater. Today's Voice Daily Deal will get you $20 in food and drink from either place for just $10.Though Applegate's is probably best known as a lunchtime deli that's filled bellies for a quarter century or so (its lobster bisque is the stuff of legend), there's something fresh and filling on the menu almost around the clock. During the week, breakfast starts at 7:30 and features croissant and biscuit sandwiches (some for less than $3) as well as fresh fruit, coffee and you-earned-it treats like brownies, muffins and cookies. Dickey's, meanwhile, is doing its part to sate mid-county's meat eaters, with beef brisket, pulled pork, Polish sausage and more. And, as is fitting for any barbecue place worth its weight in ribs, the savory sides are plentiful and plenty memorable. (See: baked potato casserole. Wowza.)
Both places also offer full-service catering menus and meals for a group. A good thing, too, because whether it's Applegate's or Dickey's, this food is food worth sharing.