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The new location of a St. Louis institution: The original dates back to 1969, and its founder's roots go back even further. The new space is large, with a simple, rustic elegance and a casual ambiance. The extensive menu features the upscale Italian-American dishes much loved (sometimes to an unfathomable degree) in this area: grilled pork chops; pastas in thick sauces. Presentations can be impressive, including a caesar salad served as a tower of lettuce and a risotto served in a paper "cone" that looks like nothing so much as a giant piece of wrapped candy.
Such a delicious italian restaurant. Since they moved locations the interior is a lot fancier and the prices have increased accordingly. Definitely worth the price, it's one of the better restaurants on The Hill, but it is now in a higher price bracket.
The caesar salad at Bartolino's Osteria is an impressive sight: a wedge of romaine lettuce standing upright atop a large, discus-shaped crouton, the wedge itself topped with both shaved and lacy, pan-crisped Parmigiano-Reggiano as well as a few... More »
Local foodies were shocked when Matt McGuire shuttered the popular and influential King Louie's last year. Its location at 3800 Chouteau Avenue, on an industrial stretch between South Grand Boulevard and Vandeventer Avenue, isn't ideal, but the... More »
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