The pizzeria that wanted to be a steak house when it grew up.. The Skinny Tucker's Place planned on being a pizzeria when it coined the term "St. Louis pizza." But then other restaurants grabbed hold of the idea and started placing it on their menus. Today, pizza is still on the menu at Tucker's, but that's not the reason people horde tables for lunch and dinner. For more than 20 years, this family-owned St. Louis chain has drawn in meat-lovers from near and far.
On the Menu You'll get big portions in a clean, comfortable, and consistent (notice the three Cs) environment where they have no specials, no microwaves, no gimmicks, no pretension, no sports bar, no kid's meal and no happy hour. Tucker's is just a restaurant with steaks basted in their special sauce, burgers, chicken and Cajun clubs, chicken tenders, fish, shrimp, ravioli, and deep-fried vegetables for appetizers. Each location is different but all Tucker's live by the three Cs.