Your Pick for St. Louis' Most Overrated Toasted Ravioli Is...

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       We have a winner. | Timothy Boyd

The people have spoken: Rigazzi's (4945 Daggett Avenue; 314-772-4900) has the most overrated toasted ravioli in St. Louis. The supposed oldest restaurant on The Hill was voted the most overrated Italian restaurant in St. Louis last year, too. Yikes!

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Rigazzi's beat out Mama Campisi's (which claims to have invented the legendary t-rav), Mangia Italiano and Lombardo's. Imo's was the most (least?) popular write-in option.

The classic Italian restaurant opened in 1957 and suffered a devastating fire back in 2000 -- police suspected arson but never solved the case.

So, did your fellow readers get it right? Let us know in the comments, or suggest a topic for our next edition of underrated/overrated.

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1. Rigazzi's (4945 Daggett Avenue; 314-772-4900): 47.29 percent 2. Mama Campisi's (2132 Edwards Street; 314-776-3100): 24.81 percent 3. Mangia Italiano (3145 South Grand Boulevard; 314-664-8585): 11.63 percent 4. Other: 9.3 percent 5. Lombardo's (201 South Twentieth Street; 314-621-0666): 6.98 percent

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