Blueberry Hill Debuts Full-Color, Redesigned Menu For First Time in 23 Years

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Today, Blueberry Hill (6504 Delmar Boulevard; 314-727-4444) released a new, full-color menu complete with food photos, marking the restaurant's first menu redesign in 23 years.

In addition to the menus punchier look, the St. Louis landmark, which turns 40 this year, has also added a few new food items, including a Wagyu burger, Wagyu sliders, chicken sliders and a turkey burger. Though summer is still a few months away, the restaurant has also made its seasonal summer menu available, featuring items such as gazpacho, Greek pasta salad and the "Speedwalker," a cup of gazpacho with a turkey sandwich served on whole-wheat, sourdough or rye bread.

Blueberry Hill also publicly announced that earlier this year it became the first Delmar Loop business to accept Washington University Bear Bucks. Though the announcement was made to Washington University students, this is the first public acknowledgement of the partnership.

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