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Half & Half serves breakfast and lunch, but the breakfast menu here - available throughout the day - is unquestionably the star, as owner Mike Randolph (who opened the... More »
In appearance and ambiance, Sassy JACâ??s is the quintessential Soulard tavern. Yet chef Andrew Ladlie, who owns Sassy JACâ??s with his wife, Jennifer, brings a serious... More »
The new venture from former Melange chef Chris Lee combines the best aspects of the coffeehouse and the fast-casual joint - comfortable but not faux-bohemian, efficient but... More »
What's a kolache? It's kinda like a Hot Pocket, except it's light and -- here at the only Missouri outpost of this mini-chain -- freshly made. A well-chosen selection of... More »
The swank hub of Washington Avenue nightlife might not be synonymous with foie gras and $40 steaks, and if it's sedate, mannerly high-end dining that you seek, look... More »
You want dinner theater? Plop your fanny down on one of Tiffany's dozen-plus vinyl-topped stools and eavesdrop on the regulars at this unapologetically greasy... More »
How do the folks at Companion possess the time or patience to turn out such lovely breakfast and lunch items at their Clayton eatery? Haven't they enough to... More »
The Majestic is a welcome dose of humble, stick-to-your-ribs diner fare in the fancy-pants Central West End. Feast on a classic American breakfast of bacon and eggs... More »
This charming croªperie brings a little bit of Paris to downtown. Savory croªpes feature both the hearty ("German-style" sausages, bacon, roasted sirloin) and the delicate (Brie... More »
This homey south-city spot packs 'em in on weekend mornings, and with good reason: The breakfast items are out of this world. Fluffy three-egg omelets come... More »
Before our tasting menu at Elaia officially begins, before the first of twelve courses (or was it fourteen? my post-meal notes, chicken scratch under ideal circumstances, suggest that at some point I entered a state of delirium, or left the space-time continuum altogether, and lost count) arrives at our table, our...
A diner accretes character over time, a patina of grease and cigarette smoke and coffee stains. A new diner can only be a "diner" — a travesty of chrome fixtures and the fake front end of a '57 Chevy, a jukebox loaded with tunes recorded before most of its patrons were born.
Or so I always believed. Yet as I lingered over a cup of coffee and a slice of sweet, tart...
For lunch at Sassy JAC's amid the Inferno of '12, I ordered what might be the last dish any sane person would want to eat during a heat wave: fried chicken topped with gravy. I told myself I didn't have a choice. Sassy JAC's offers its fried chicken only on Wednesday, and this particular afternoon was my last...
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