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‘Eat-Rite’ diner returns for the Cards’ home opener

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ST. LOUIS, MO — An iconic restaurant in downtown St. Louis just reopened in time for the Cardinals home opener. The Eat-Rite diner is back in business.

New owners Joel and Shawna Holtman fired up the grill around 6am Thursday.  They bought the diner after it closed in October after 48-years in business.

Eat-Rite has been a popular destination for locals, tourists, and Cards fans. It's most famous dish is the St. Louis slinger. The new owners say they've kept the old recipe.

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