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01/17/12Provided by Citysearch
I went there with a large group at a time when the restaurant was at about 25% capacity. I was there for 2 hours and had already watched all the other people in my group finish their meals (some for over 40 minutes) when I told the waitress to not charge us for my food order since they didn't bring it. 15 minutes later and after an absurd discussion with the manager, she brought out my food and told me I was required to pay for it since she brought it out. I didn't pay for it and I'll never go back. It was an off-putting experience. The ridiculously poor service and aggressively rude behavior from the waitress and manager felt like a violation. Very Upsetting Experience
01/03/12Provided by Citysearch
A few of my friends and myself stopped by Blueberry Hill located in the St. Louis Loop on Monday night. My friend received cold coffee. Keep in mind that it was a very cold night. She also ordered pancakes and bacon. I ordered pancakes, bacon and milk. She sent her coffee back twice and it was still cold. The waiter wasn't attentive and very forgetful. Another friend ordered the mozzarella cheese sticks and the cheese was not melted. The cheese was stiff. Another friend ordered the toasted ravioli and that wasn't hot. The only thing my friends appreciated was the bowl of chili. My pancakes were so cold that my butter wouldn't even melt. I had already put the butter and syrup on the pancakes. Our pancakes, bacon, and the coffee got sent back, but returned cold. We were fed up, so we spoke with the manager. He was soooooo unprofessional. He just kept arguing with us and would not accept that the food was horrible. We decided that we would leave. So, he took off some of the food, but left other things on the bill. I vow never to dine there again.
10/14/10Provided by Citysearch
Best place to drink in St. Louis. Every time I go to Blueberry Hill, no matter if I am alone or with a group, or if it’s before noon, or late in the evening, I have a dazzling time. Always interesting people to talk to hanging out at the bar, including the bartenders. After my first strong drink ever at Blueberry Hill (which was a free shot on my 21st birthday) I have found it near impossible to find another establishment that matches Blueberry Hill’s disregard for conventional liquor to mixer ratios.
10/11/10Provided by Citysearch
Last Friday was definitely one of the best restaurant experiences my wife and i have had in a very long time. To start off, i would like to say that one of our favorite past times is to frequent many of the amazing restaurants in the Saint Louis area. Right now i would like to talk about one of my favorite simple yet satisfying restaurants, Blueberrry Hill. We started our experience by sitting at the bar because like everybody knows, this place is usually very busy in the restaurant area even though the wait was not terribly long. We started of with a few drinks which to our understanding of great pours were very satisfying. My wife had the famous burger with the goat cheese which i was very surprised that they had and i tried the new pulled pork sandwich which i was told from the bartender that it was a new item. The food came out substantially fast or at least i thought it came out fast because of the great conversations that my wife and I were having with the bartenders. The burger and pulled pork sandwich were both AMAZING! To finish off our day at the we had a few beers and to my understanding Blueberry Hill has the best beer selection in the greater loop area which I definitely agree. I look forward to my next visit there and I hope that all of you try out this restaurant sometime.
09/14/10Provided by Citysearch
Before I start, let me just say, I actually LOVE BlueberryHill and have been going for years, but this is one crazy story about a terrible waitress that ruined it for me.
Me and my family visited the restaurant on Saturday September 11th 2010. We waited 20 mins for a table which was expected because of dinner rush. Once we sat ourselves, the table was dirty. It then took 20 mins for a server to greet us. It took another 20 mins to receive our beverages, which were terribly watered down. It took another 15 mins to order our food. After an additional 30 mins of waiting, it became chilly and we asked could we be set inside. After being seated inside, and another 20 min wait, we decided to leave. Our new waitress, Diane, approached us and rudely asked, “What are you doing?” I advised her we were leaving because we didn’t get our food and have been there almost 2 hours. She rudely said “Well you need to sit down and wait.” I replied, “No, We left the money for our drinks on the table, we are leaving.” She became even more aggressive, got in my face and continued to argue with me, saying “I don’t know what you need to pay for so wait!” “I have other things I need to do then I will check on your order,” and ECT. She was so loud that other customers and kitchen staff started to watch the events. After about a 3 minute exchange from the rude waitress, as she stood in my way blocking me from leaving, she yells “Fu#* you! You are banned! Get out.” I replied, “Well let me speak with the manager.” Diane replied “I am the general manager, now get the hell out!” I was appalled that the General Manager of a restaurant I spend money with, and frequent often, and have since I was a kid treated me in such a manor. I don’t think I have ever been talked to by anyone like that in my life. Furthermore, I wasn’t rude with Diane until well into the dispute. When Diane first asked what we were doing, she obviously had a bad attitude. We didn’t skip out on any check or disrespect the establishment in anyway. We actually over paid for our beverages. I have never had a bad experience at Blueberry Hill, but this was the worst I have had dealing with any business. If Diane truly is the General Manager, she needs to develop herself more as a manager and a person in general. There was no reason for that kind of talk or behavior, especially towards a loyal paying customer. I don’t want to pin this as a discrimination thing, but I am African American, and people of the same race that I have told this story to say they have been treated in similar, but less dramatic ways at Blue Berry Hill and other restaurants in the University City Loop area.
08/18/10Provided by Citysearch
Blueberry hill is great! It's a true ""pup"" type feeling.
Beer selection is great and i think they pour the strongest drinks in town. The staff is fun and laid back, something i really love, i don't want dumbly smiling 17 yr olds all over me from start to finish (if you DO there are plenty of applebees out there)
Food is good for pup style food, which is to say it's good but basic, Example= Their burgers are super great! but basic (if you want a *NEW* texas/ranch/chipotla/whatever burger again, there's always applebees) and lots of good fried stuff to chow on, they actually have veggie/vegan stuff to but what? you dont want that in a pub.
Also the place is HUGE, Big dart room, pinball machines... just great.
05/03/10Provided by Citysearch
4 of us went for lunch after a movie--I was SO excited because I had heard of Blueberry Hill for years and finally I was going to eat here. Although I expected ""touristy"" quality I didn't expect the truly poor quality of everything we were served: coffee was barely lukewarm-we all had to send it back; my food was poorly prepared but at least it was hot. 2 people at the table were served COLD food & returned their dishes to the kitchen. When they got their food back, my friend's dish was STILL cold - apparently the cook forgot to at least reheat it. The waitress was overwhelmed but still-- she was SO rude that we didn't leave a tip: a personal first for me. (I normally tip 25%)
My advice would be to head for the bar, have a drink and just enjoy being in this well known place. Don't eat a meal here.
07/06/09Provided by Citysearch
The inside of Blueberry Hill is a true mark from the past. From the many awards, darts, and memorabilia leave it something to awe.
--The food is sub-par...MANY better places to eat in The Loop
--The steel-tip darts and beer selection is incredible!
If your looking for somewhere hip to hang and throw darts than Blueberry Hill is a must.
12/26/08Provided by Citysearch
I, like most St. Louisans, LOVE Blueberry Hill. It's located in the trendy Delmar Loop area and is a great place to grab a bite. The burgers are INCREDIBLE... you'd be hard pressed to find a better one. Anywhere. Take time while you're there to check out all the Chuck Berry, Cardinals, Simpsons, and other random memorabilia all over the walls and in display cases.
12/05/08Provided by Citysearch
if your in the area and looking for a great place to eat, especially on a weekend afternoon, stop at this place i love that the servers are all individuals, their attire doesn't match, but you still know who is an employee or not. Food is awesome, its pretty average but really good. i dont' have a single complaint against this place
07/31/08Provided by Citysearch
I placed my order in good faith on May 5h. They never sent me any info. I contacted thm after 6 weeks to check the status of my order and was told I could receive a refund because they were busy. I decided to give them more time. I waited 6 more weeks no product , no word from them. Finally cancelled order. waisted 3 months on an order I never received. Rip off. poor customer service.
02/25/08Provided by Citysearch
My husband and I went to Blueberry Hill for the first time this past weekend and were more than highly disappointed. I ordered fetticini and have honestly had better tasing fetticini in frozen TV dinners. My husband got the fish and chips and was no more impressed. The staff was very tacky dressed and not shall we say very well groomed. The building itself was run down, paint chipping off the walls, terrible bathrooms. We will not be back.
10/27/07Provided by Citysearch
I went to Blueberry Hill on my last evening in St. Louis. The loop resembles the Arts District in Columbus, OH called the ""Short North."" The loop is more of an entertainment district and more expansive , however. I went in around 9 p.m. on Thursday. I felt like breakfast, which they serve all the time! I had their biscuits and gravy. The plate arrived with a nice, liberal amount of both, very tasty. I loved my server, who was a very friendly young lady with strawberry blonde to red hair. The light was dim, which added to the nice atmosphere. I loved all the Elvis, Chuck Berry and music memorabila and all the toys and games encased in glass. Her service was very prompt and attentive. I then had a small dessert of ice cream with blueberry topping, very nice! My server was kind enough not only to take my picture when I requested, but she took one with me and her, this picture I will always treasure. The prices were also very reasonable. The next time, I will definitely try their hamburger and blueberry pie, maybe even see Chuck Berry! I really hope to get the same server, she was wonderful! This is one reason I will need to go to St. Louis again. The location, right on the most interesting and educational walk of fame also makes it a great stop.
08/01/07Provided by Citysearch
Went here for the first time a few months ago for my anniversary. I was EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED. With all the hype, I thought it would be a good place to go. That's what it is, all hype. It was very busy, and we were stuck in a back room where the dart leagues play. The service was ok, there was only one guy working that room there at the time, and he did the best he could. Food was way substandard. Almost all local fastfood chains have better burgers. I also thought the decor would be a bit more fun and historical, but everything was rather dark and dingy. The place seems more of a tourist trap than a eclectic old St. Louis tradiiton. I would never go back.
06/09/07Provided by Citysearch
(Grade C for the food; A+ for the live music and juke box)
Although I love the place, the food really isn't that great. Even though they're cooked at a typical weight, the burgers always seem small. To get what you typically want on a burger, you've got to add another $1.00 on top of the $5.00 or so that it is on its own. Keep in mind that this is just for the burger (you're paying for the atmosphere). If you want fries, it's another few bucks. Often times, the fries are the best thing of the meal. I mistakenly ordered the ""homemade"" chili with my meal sometimes, and I'm reminded how the chili is probably the most overpriced thing on the menu (about $3 for a ""cup""). It has very little texture to it, and it's very bland. For effect, pieces of cheese are sprinkled on top.
As I said earlier, I love the place, but the meals can get expensive quickly if you and a date get a burger, fries, and a beer. The RFT burger battle usually pits the Blueberry burger against the Culpepper burger; for my money, I would have to say that the Culpepper burger is far superior (and you get fries with it)
06/05/07Provided by Citysearch
Their burgers are not ""the best"" but they are just average, nothing to really gloat about...prices are fairly cheap. Servers are generally rude so I just avoid the place all together. I would recommend the place to grab a few beers and people watch but that's about it. They do have really good/greasy onion rings.
03/14/06Provided by Citysearch
How in the hell did Hardee's rate #1?! To many people drunk or baked drove, to Hardee's because BB-Hill was closed late, ordered a ""Thick-Monster-Triple-Stack-Thunder-Grease-Jumper-Milllion-Pounder burger"" and swallowed it in one bite (tasty right?). Then drove home & got on the Internet! Do/Can people really taste their food anymore?
01/31/06Provided by Citysearch
This place has it all. First of all the Burgers are to die for! I've seen that some of the reviews on here are saving ""overpriced"" but I think those folks are thinking of fast food. The prices here are like that same as at Steak n Shake. Here you get great burgers cooked anyway you want them. Like a million beers to choose from and good STRONG drinks from the Bar. Plus this place is HUGE! like the size of 2 or 3 other resturants.Play Darts, See a Show (Maybe even Chuck Barry). The staff is great and laid back (they can wear whatever they want which means you get to see ""all types""). GO THERE NOW! It's Great!
11/06/05Provided by Citysearch
I was extremely disappointed! There was no where to be where you weren't in someone's way. Taking into consideration that it was a busy night, the staff was rude save one gentleman who was busing tables and informed us that table service ended at 9pm (we arrived at 9:05)--a point not made to us when entering, by the guy checking our IDs. After searching for a table for about 10-15 min., we were directed to a lengthy line and a lady in a booth with a calculator taking orders. We were given a number and expected to hear it shouted through the restaurant over punk rock music and other customers chatting. After not hearing our number called and waiting the suggested 25 min., I went to check the ""window by the kitchen"" and found our food. It was cold, dry and just nasty in general, not to mention overpriced.
- General Info
- Blueberry Hill is a restaurant and music club filled with pop culture memorabilia. We’re located in The Loop along the St. Louis Walk of Fame near the Moonrise Hotel.Blueberry Hill is a restaurant and music club filled with pop culture memorabilia. We’re located in The Loop along the St. Louis Walk of Fame near the Moonrise Hotel.
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Blueberry Hill Restaurant
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Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Burgers, Caterers, Family Style, American, Hot Dogs
Alcohol: Yes, Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes