Not only Rams: Mike Shannon restaurant leaving downtown St. Louis
A downtown St. Louis destination for https://www.astrosedges.com/houston-astros/justin-verlander-jersey more than 30 years,Mike Shannon’s Steaks and Seafood restaurant will join the Rams’ exodus from the city this year.But the landmark restaurant bearing the name of thelongtime Cardinals player and broadcaster isn’t the only famous restaurant near the Arch to close its doors recently.Joe Buck’s in downtown St. Louis,J. Buck’s in suburban Clayton, Mo.,and The Dubliner near the Edward Jones Dome have closed their doors.MORE:Rams memorabilia removed | Kroenke crows about Rams in L.A.A 13-day celebration has been planned to give Shannon’s restaurant, located betweenBusch Stadium and theEdward Jones Dome,a proper sendoff.” https://www.astrosedges.com/houston-astros/marwin-gonzalez-jersey We are honored to have supported the amazing downtown St. Louis community and to have developed national appreciation for our restaurant,”Shannon said in a statement.You think of all the celebrities we’ve had in here: Baseball players. Movie stars. It’s been unbelievable.”The purpose behind the https://www.astrosedges.com/houston-astros/roy-oswalt-jersey closing is to focus on opportunities with the Mike Shannon’s Grill franchise andexpansion, whichincludessuch items as wine and barbecue sauce, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.Popular restaurant locations in Edwardsville, Ill.,and at LambertSt. Louis International Airport will remain open.Shannon, who wasinducted into the Cardinals Hall of Fame in 2014,will be broadcasting his 44th season on the Cardinals radio network this season.