March 2010

     Please excuse the tardiness of this monthís e-newsletter. February and early March were rich with opportunities and  technical difficulties. With that said, we have been occupied collecting and sorting 77 years of information about Uncle Billís Pancake and Dinner House for our regular feature: Inside St. Louis. We are also constructing our first edition of: St. Louis Snapshots, our version of  St. Louis Then & Now.

     More about our newest feature: St. Louis Snapshots is written by Johnny Rabbitt, historian, writer, narrator and radio icon. First we locate a historic building, artifact or remnant thereof and photograph it. Next we locate a vintage photograph of the subject. Then Rabbitt researches the history of the subject including the people and associated places. Lastly we put it all together in a word and image essay. We hope you enjoy our newest offering.

     Insider Tip: Uncle Billís has been around for four generations and still continues to serve St. Louisans 24/7 with breakfast, lunch,  dinner and for some the fourth meal: a late night feeding. It is also one of a handful of places where the complete menu is printed on your place mat.

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Inside St. Louis

St. Louis Snapshots


Uncle Bill's Pancake and Dinner House is  open 24/7 and serving breakfast, lunch and dinner since 1933.

Learn about our newest feature and the rich history of Garavelli's in our first edition of St. Louis Snapshots.

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