Highway 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen
was conceived during a trip through a section of America,
on Highway 61 between St. Louis and New Orleans. This stretch is called
"The Blues Highway." Read "the rest of the story"
Thanksgiving dinner must be ordered by Monday, November 17.
Pick up will be during regular restaurant hours or if want hot on Thanksgiving day between 10AM and 1PM
All orders must be paid for when ordered.
Whole turkeys smoked or fried 12 - 14# hen with 2 quarts of giblet gravy. $54.99 Feeds 12 - 18.
Turkey breast smoked or fried 10# average with 2 quarts of giblet gravy $74.99 Feeds 20 - 26.
Sides 1/2 pan serves 8 - 12 $32.99 Full pan serves 16 - 24 $59.99
Choices Cornbread & Andouille Stuffing with gravy, Mashed Potatoes with gravy, Green bean casserole, Cream corn soufflé with honey butter, Greens and homemade Cream Corn.
8" Homemade Pies Sweet potato or Pumpkin $9.99 Salted caramel pecan $13.99
Cornbread muffins with honey butter $0.65 each
Dinners 12 - 14# Turkey, 2 qts giblet gravy with your choice of 3 1/2 pan sides and choice of 12 corn muffins and honey butter or 1 sweet potato or pumpkin pie $144.99 Feeds 12 - 18.
Turkey breast 10# average with 2 qt of giblet gravy with your choice of 3 1/2 pan sides and choice of 24 corn muffins and honey butter or 2 sweet potato or pumpkin pie $239.99. Feeds 20 - 26
A Japanese Travel TV Show featured the Roadhouse in this video showing their reporter enjoying St Louis Style Spare Ribs and Mississippi Mud Pie
(If you can read and speak Japanese, so much the better for viewing...)
Food Network star Guy
Fieri stopped by Hwy 61 Roadhouse in the summer of 2012 and filmed
an episode of his show Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives. The show featured
the dishes Red Beans and Rice, BBQ Spaghetti and Cajasian Pot Stickers.
Be sure to experience the Memphis and New Orleans feel right here
in Webster Groves.
We had a
nice mention in the June issue of Where St. Louis
It's a party from the get-go at Hwy
61 Roadhouse: the kitschy decor (which made such a splash on the
restaurant's recent Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives appearance)
sets the tone for a fun, informal experience, and the kitchen
kicks it up even more with crab cakes, fried okra, the quintessential
Delta fried tamale, Voodoo salad, and smothered catfish. Frequent
blues and other live music.
At Hwy 61 Roadhouse, we
are always looking to better our staff. If you think you would be
an asset to our team, fill out an application
and bring it in for an interview. Interviews are held between 1:30 and 5:00,
and after 8pm, Sunday through Thursday, business permitting.
Laissez le bon temps
roulez, “Let the good times roll”