I've visited restaurants in some strange locations. I've logged probably thousands of miles driving through St. Louis' suburban sprawl, searching for strip-mall gems hidden amid the furniture outlets and swimming pool-supply stores. But for a truly incongruous dining experience, Tigín has 'em all beat.
Tigín is an Irish pub and restaurant. Its bar was taken from an actual pub in Ireland and reassembled in the ground floor of the Hampton Inn at Washington Avenue and Third Street, a few blocks southeast of the Edward Jones Dome.
This week I visit the Irish pub and restaurant Tigín. Check back here tomorrow to see what I think.
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