If there's one thing every Canadian can agree on, it's that barbecue food is one of the absolute best things about summer. 

We use barbecues in our backyards; we go over to our friends' houses to use theirs; and, when we're not by our own, we take portable ones with us so that we can barbecue. It's one of the highlights of this season, but if we're being honest, sometimes it's just too much effort. On a scorching summer day, the last thing you want is to be standing in front of a hot grill while you wait patiently (for two hours) as your rack of ribs cooks.

Well, we have an exciting solution: Affordable, incredibly delicious all-you-can-eat ribs that you don't have to cook yourself! From August 2 to September 2, St. Louis Bar & Grill is offering Canadians all the ribs they can eat for $19.99 across locations including Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, and Edmonton. 

The tasty event, aptly named "Ribsanity," includes a mouthwatering rack of back ribs basted in your choice of sauce (the menu has four rib BBQ sauces, plus three new sauces in honour of Ribsanity). To wash down your meal, St. Louis is offering participating guests a 23 oz. Devil's Pint of Molson Canadian, Coors Light, or Rickard's Red for $6.99.

Looking for more than ribs? The Canadian-owned and operated restaurant has been serving its famous signature chicken wings since 1992, and also offers a host of other dishes including burgers, tacos, quesadillas, poutine, salads, and desserts.

With a diverse menu, over 25 different sauces, a mix of family and bar seating, and large summer patios, St. Louis Bar & Grill has something to offer every barbecue-food lover.

What's not to love? The price is right, the food is delicious, you don't have to do the dishes and, most importantly, you never have to stop eating!

Visit St. Louis Bar & Grill's website and Twitter, plus check out their mouthwatering Instagram page to learn more!

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