The restaurant is a collaboration between Six Mile Bridge Beer and acclaimed chef Ben Welch.
The menu offers plenty of smash burgers, a Nashville chicken sandwich and plenty more.
The concept will create classic Italian issues with ingredients you would expect to find in the American south.
The barbecue master takes over the helm of the kitchen Aug. 3.
He shares his favorite buttermilk biscuit recipe.
The restaurant serves Big Baby Q favorites like brisket, pastrami and beef ribs.
Look for everything from PBR to a pork fat-washed Manhattan.
Yes, you can still get his famous brisket.
Hit pop ups from two of St. Louis' best chefs this weekend for sneak peeks of their latest ventures, see if you can take the heat at Nudo House or help Budweiser beat a Guinness World Record.
He'll combine his French training with soul food for dishes like smoked deviled eggs with crispy pig ears and collard greens with oyster béchamel.
The restaurant serves up slow-cooked, Memphis-style dry-rubbed meats alongside Southern inspired sides and desserts.
Chef Ben Welch is now at the helm of the kitchen at The Precinct Sports Bar & Grill.
“This is not your typical barbecue festival,” says Overlook Farm proprietor Nathalie Pettus. "We have grown the festival this year to include all aspects of the farm and offer something for everyone. This is a culinary experience like no other in the region."