If you’re found at the Huzzah in a pair of frayed, homemade Jordans trying to make it off the gravely landing, then you have reached peak St. Louis summer. The beverages are a major factor in the experience. Experienced sailors on the low seas can tell you that. Balance is key. The can of booze is the most important component in any culinary adventure down the river. It must be paired alongside something more hydrating. Chips are important, but sweets and sweets can be equally important. These should not be your sole source of fuel. While protein is important, it shouldn’t weigh too much or be difficult to transport.
Cooler packaging is more than just about assembling all the required elements. Cooler packing can help you understand your priorities. It can also provide valuable information. If you don’t tip, these vittles can make you the winner of your day.
Billy Goat Cheats
These delicious golden fried delights were originally made as a side dish at Billy Goat Restaurant and Bar. The chips became so popular that the owners decided to open a full-service chip shop. They are a great snack that can be enjoyed throughout the day, being thin, crunchy, and earthy.
Individual-Sized Gooey Louie Redbird Velvet Cake
Gooey Louie’s butter cakes are a St. Louis favorite. While you can eat the entire foil pan, you don’t have to worry about your dignity. You can still enjoy the sweet treat. The original flavor is great for showing civic pride. However, the Redbird Velvet variety, which is a velvety red Velvet version that honors the home team, tastes even better. Because they’re wrapped in water-resistant cellophane, they will keep dry no matter how much ice melts inside the Igloo.
Red Hot Riblets
St. Louis would love the fiery, barbecue-seasoned magic dust that is used for Old Vienna’s Red Hot Riblets. These addictive chips have been a mainstay on our city’s sandwich and snack menus for decades. You can enjoy easy riverside eating with a handful of crushed chips and sprinkle it on your favorite sandwich.
The more sophisticated river traveler might long for a picnic-style cheese-and-charcuterie plate, but such a production lacks practicality. Volpi’s Roltini combines the best of both worlds: soft mozzarella wrapped in silken prosciutto and a simple one-handed meal that can be eaten when the current is flowing.
Vess Grape Soda
Canteen beer is used for a lot of floating float drinking. It’s important to have an alternative to alcohol for people who don’t drink or who want to keep their feet on the ground. The answer is Vess grape soda. This sweet and tart St. Louis beverage can be combined with Smirnoff to create a mix for plastic bottles purchased at Bourbon gas station.
Imo’s Rope Provel
They make a great snack choice in St. Louis, no matter what their true name is or the insulting nickname “Provel Worms”. They can be added to salads or made into garlic bread. These cheese-adjacent Squiggles are not allowed to be eaten out of the container.