Dorsett Inn, the Maryland Heights bar known for its comely and partially unclad waitresses, will close its doors March 30 after more than 40 years in business. The announcement was made Friday via a Facebook post. According to the statement, the bar's new owners are Johnny Daus and James Pepper.
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FlorissantMO I haven't been to this one, but the one in Fenton is horrible. The woman working there was TOO helpful and followed me around like I was going to steal something; she was literally on top of me the whole time.
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