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CJ Muggs - Webster Groves
Today 11AM–1:30AM
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101 W Lockwood Ave Webster Groves, MO 63119
101 West Lockwood AvenueUSMissouriWebster Groves63119
Restaurant, American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Banquet Hall
Bar & Grill
Takeout Restaurant
Today 11AM–1:30AM
Wednesday 11AM–1:30AMThursday 11AM–1:30AMFriday 11AM–1:30AMSaturday 11AM–1:30AMSunday 11AM–12AMMonday 11AM–1:30AMTuesday 11AM–1:30AM
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Cheerful bar & grill with a large menu of American grub, plus a patio & live music on weekends.- Google
"Always a great atmosphere and personable employees when we go to Muggs."
"Very good food and service."
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a month ago
Always a great atmosphere and personable employees when we go to Muggs. Has a "cheers" kinda feel to it. I love the artisan sundried butter they serve with the bread, a very tasty great way to start the dinning experience. The menu is well rounded and more than just bar food. And the menu describes exactly what goes into the item you're ordering, so if you want to add something to better enjoy your preferences you can ask the server to add, or remove, the items you want. Go often, enjoy the atmosphere and make friends with the other customers. Order something different each time and really get an appreciation for the wide spectrum the CJ Muggs staff can offer you. Just my two cents.......
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Sam Silverstein
3 months ago
Very good food and service. I'll be back.
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Christina Craig
a year ago
Their steak quesadillas were awesome I can honestly say they are the best we have had since we moved to the area. The service however is real slow. It took 45min to get our appetizers. They brought me out rolls you could play baseball with, we had to flag the lady to our table every time we needed something and I have been waiting for over 1hr 30 min for my dinner everyone else already ate theirs. We may not come back with how aweful the service was and won't recommend them.Might Just do togo orders on the quesadillas smh
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Patrick Whyte
7 months ago
There is a server there named andy i think. I want him inside me.
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Catherine Glasser
a month ago
Well, I went there today for lunch at noon. What in the world has happened to this place? New management? New "chef" (and I use that term lightly)? If so, please get some even newer (and hopefully much better) people . . . or the lunch and dinner times that I and my friends have been there in the past six months will be even less well attended than the sparse attendance we have noticed during these months. I ordered the small Cobb Salad and while it arrived promptly, it was just about the saddest Cobb Salad I've ever seen and try as I might, I could not find one speck of hard-boiled egg (a Cobb Salad without hard-boiled egg??!!!) . . . really? It had the requisite avocado . . . but only two of the tiniest of tiny slivers as really to be non-existent. I know I ordered the small portion of this selection, but honestly . . . missing and skimpy ingredients just because it was the smaller portion? I waited and I waited for my server to come back to check on me or at least to appear somewhere in the (sparsely attended restaurant, especially at the height of the lunch hour), but she was nowhere to be seen. I could not even flag down a buss boy/girl. So, I paid for my iced tea of which I took only one sip while anticipating the arrival of my Cobb Salad (okay tea, but kind of on the watery side . . . hard to mess up iced tea) and left behind the barely eaten cold bread (yes, chilled as though right out of the refrigerator) and the tasteless cheese spread (which used to be oh so good . . . not any more . . . what happened?!) . . . I never have left a restaurant without paying for what I ordered and leaving a generous tip . . . I always tip at least 20% as my daughters all worked as servers and hostesses while in high school and college and I know how hard they worked and how exhausted they were at the end of a shift. As I could not flag down my server nor anyone else, I wrote an apologetic note on the cocktail napkin, slipping it under the cash I left for my beverage. Won't be back to C.J. Muggs/Webster Groves. A friend of mine and I have experienced in the past 2-3 months as many disappointing dinners at this particular restaurant . . . with slightly curdled, soggy-topped Creme Brulee and cold apple pie (really? ice cream served atop COLD pie?) as the abysmal finishing touches to these dinners, WE WON'T BE BACK AND INTEND TO WARN OTHERS OF OUR LESS THAN STELLAR DINING EXPERIENCES HERE. NOTE: In good faith, I just followed this written review with a phone call to the restaurant to register the same concerns and found that the young woman who answered the phone and with whom I spoke (time: 1:30 p.m.) is one of the two managers. I outlined to her what I have described here in this written observation about the restaurant's short comings and her only (delivered in a rather childish, snotty manner and tone of voice) was "well, I'm sorry that you won't be coming back just because you did not have egg on your salad") . . . after she earlier explained that the lack of hard-boiled egg on the Cobb Salad "is our twist on this item." "Twist" . . . what a playful and innovative use of the English language . . . kind of like Bill Clinton's explanation years ago during the Monica Lewinsky scandal . . . "it depends on what 'is' is." Guess everyone is learning how to spin bad news . . . and I'm taking back the second of the two-star rating I initially gave . . . two stars is just too generous after this manager's response to my concerns. Oh yes, her response to the cold bread was "we now serve our bread at room temperature." Room temperature, if the temperature of your room is 40 degrees! As for the tasteless cheese spread, her only response was to correct me by stating "it is not cheese, it's butter." Focus girl! Whether it's cheese or butter . . . it was rather tasteless and not nearly as good as it used to be. That was the point I was making. Boy, can this young woman spin! . . . I must admit, she sure thinks fast on her feet! I'll give her that (minus the second star). Too bad she is not more honest and customer service oriented.
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Ralph stanley
4 months ago
Worst Mother's Day experience ever! Muggs should be ashamed of themselves!!! $22.00 a plate of basic scrambled eggs, undercooked bacon & sausage. Freezing cold French toast. Biscuits were hard, but gravy was reasonable. Thanks for taking advantage of "families" on Mother's Day!
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Jonathon Lee
8 months ago
Food is pretty good. Has a great weekday happy hour.
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James M
2 years ago
Dropped my son off at college there and decided to take him and his roommate to a local spot to get them acquainted with the area. Didn't know anything about CJ Muggs prior to eating there. Loved the friendly and outgoing staff. Great ambience for a Saturday afternoon. The chicken walut croissant was amazing and the parmesean chips were delicious. Will definitely be back everytime we are in Webster Groves!


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