Rob Ryan looks like a guy who enjoys his foodstuffs. Who doesn't?
Before we can get any further into the relative merits of what Ryan brings to the Rams, we need to talk about what the Rams can do for Rob Ryan. And that starts with a hardy meal at one or more of St. Louis' finer eateries.
I put the question to the RFT's Gut Check food bloggers earlier and we came up with a few suggestions:
@turfshowtimes Is Pappy's too obvious? I mean, we want to make a good impression, right?— Gut Check (@gutcheckstl) January 18, 2013
@gutcheckstl @turfshowtimes Line is too long. Rob Ryan waits for no man. I'd vote lunch buffet at Hollywoods.— alex fritz (@boxcar_fritz) January 18, 2013
@turfshowtimes @gutcheckstl Johnny's in Soulard would be a solid pick, too.— alex fritz (@boxcar_fritz) January 18, 2013
@boxcar_fritz @turfshowtimes Also per Johnny's website, "The food is better than is [sic] has to be" which is awesome— Gut Check (@gutcheckstl) January 18, 2013
@gutcheckstl @turfshowtimes "grammar, schmammer, let's see some T&A" - Rob Ryan— alex fritz (@boxcar_fritz) January 18, 2013
Hell yeahRT @thepigskinarch: Crown Candy Kitchen. #BLT RT @turfshowtimes: yep, Ryan arrives today. Where should they take him to eat?— Andy karandzieff (@kzieff) January 18, 2013
That would be awesome!RT @gutcheckstl: @kzieff @turfshowtimes Ryan finishes his10th malt in five minutes. "You call this a challenge?"— Andy karandzieff (@kzieff) January 18, 2013
Alright, there's a few suggestions, St. Louis. Where would you send Ryan and the Rams?