Two-time Stanley Cup champion. Eight-time All-Star. Third highest scorer in NHL history. It's no secret -- Brett Hull is an extremely goal-oriented individual. Not only did he spend his professional hockey career breaking all sorts of team records during his playing days (goals, hat tricks, more), but he's half of one of the most successful father-son combos in the history of American sports. He and his father Bobby each scored 1,000+ points in their respective journeys to the Hockey Hall of Fame. 

These days, "The Golden Brett" is an Executive Vice-President of the team he played 11 seasons for during the prime of his career. The team that retired his #16 jersey in 2006. The team that hopes to win a Stanley Cup this year -- the St. Louis Blues. When Brett eats out in St. Louis, this is where he goes...
Cafe Napoli
Hull: "Cool place to hang out for a great glass of wine or an amazing Italian dish. Great spot for my wife and I to relax, and guys, great spot for a date night with your lady."
Annie Gunn's
Hull: "Talk about great steak! St Louis has some of the best restaurants nationwide, and that statement is true in large part to Annie Gunn’s." 
Mai Lee Restaurant
Hull: "Never knew Vietnamese food could be life changing! These guys know what they’re doing." 
Paul Manno's Cafe
Hull: "The food is spectacular. The atmosphere is a perfect place to go grab some dinner with my buds or enjoy talking some hockey over a business lunch."
Ruth's Chris Steak House
Hull: "A staple after a long day at the office. The steak is phenomenal. The service is great. And Ruth’s Chris is the place to be."
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