STL Restaurant Review – Brett Hull’s Junction House

Brett Hull’s Junction House is an upscale dining facility with multiple bars, indoor and outside, and an entertainment venue in Wentzville, MO.

WENTZVILLE, MO (USPress.News) Brett Hull’s Junction House has been open for a couple of years in Wentzville, MO, and is a fantastic facility costing more than $5 Million to create this destination hotspot.

St. Louis Restaurant Review published a restaurant review of the place and went into the detail of the facility, the staff, and its owners.

Not only is Brett Hull involved, but his name is also on the building, so he has a vested interest in ensuring its success.

The review states that it is the biggest restaurant operation in the St. Louis region, excluding Ballpark Village.  The building cost, accompanied by live music, regularly scheduled events, and a staff that tops 120 people, make it more than a weekend investment for these investors.

The review has created an online buzz around this establishment, which is more like an institution with Brett Hull memorabilia covering the walls to honor this legend.  Additionally, they feature Brett’s Tequila line, Codigo 1530 Tequila.

In addition to the review published by St. Louis Restaurant Review, it has been featured in the following publications:

Hopefully, more publications will spread the word.