Monday, February 20, 2012


New Theme for Pujols 5 Restaurant

Patrick Hanon, the owner of the Westport Plaza restaurant Pujols 5, has announced his well- known West County eatery is partnering with a St. Louis entity that represents the great tradition and greatest athletes in this city's sports history. Today the restaurant is the “St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame Bar and Grill.” 

The Hanon family, long known as one of the city's finest restaurateurs, have acquired the exclusive restaurant theme rights to the logo and memorabilia of the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame Founder/President Greg Marecek will coordinate with Pat Hanon and staff the design of the new d├ęcor, which will feature authentic sports memorabilia, from pennants, banners, scorecards and classic photographs to major trophies awarded to players and teams in St. Louis history. 
“The Hanon Family and our 80 team members are very excited about our new partnership with the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame,” said Pat Hanon. “We look forward to continue providing a unique sports viewing environment for our fans.” The bar and grill features 51 televisions and many special viewing promotions. You can have fun with the bar crowd or a quiet lunch or dinner in one of the many soon-to-be named rooms.

So there is no confusion, the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame’s major displays are, and will continue to be, housed inside the Scottrade Center, with the history of the St. Louis Browns being built now.

Bill Rogers, President of the Browns Fan Club said they are working on assembling memorabilia from the Browns for display at the Scottrade Center and the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame Bar and Grill.

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