Sugarfire Smokehouse, St. Louis, MO

Visitors to St. Louis should eat some ribs, part of the local cuisine for which St. Louis is known. . . right? So the lovely Robin and I, along with my brother Don and sister-in-law Arvilla, inquired of the local population for a recommendation, and said locals sent us to Sugarfire Smokehouse, which has several locations in the area.
After parking around the corner, we walked to the downtown (Washington Ave.) location, and figured we were in for a treat when we passed the smoker on a side street (above).
All four of us ordered a half-rack of ribs, along with two sides and bread and drink.
Doesn't look like much (above), does it? Well, it was glorious. I had the "street corn" and sweet potatoes, while others enjoyed baked beans or cole slaw or scalloped potatoes, all of which were a hit.
And the above was half the assortment of available sauces. I tried a few, but the ribs didn't really need any dressing up, in my opinion.

We all loved our meal and ate way too much. But, to be fair, that's how it's done. That's how it is done.

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