Wherever you are in St. Louis, you’re not far from a good cup of joe, and Voice Places can help you find any coffeehouse in town. Professional reviews and user reviews from the town’s most ardent java lovers make it easy to choose the best location for caffeination.
Freshly made pasta is a revelation in this red-sauce, white-sauce town, and Jamey and Lisa Tochtrop's charming neighborhood cafe offers an oft-changing menu of fresh... More »
In 2009 the wife-husband team of Casey and Jeremy Miller bought this popular Benton Park spot (then known as the Mississippi Mud House) and with the help of chef Chris Bork... More »
From the owners of Local Harvest Grocery comes a coffeehouse/restaurant with a twist. On Saturday nights chef Clara Moore offers a four-course tasting... More »
The beloved St. Louis institution has received a 21st-century makeover. Its new location in the Central West End's Maryland Plaza is a sleek, modern dessert... More »
Quaint Maplewood coffee shop Stone Spiral The small menu includes coffeee, lattes and slushies with food options such as pie, hummus and a variety of flat breads. The usual... 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 »
Panera Bread (or St. Louis Bread Co., as it's known in its home town) prides itself on serving delicious, nutritious meals. But with each salad, sandwich and... More »
A true coffee-lover's coffee shop, Northwest has no cutesy marketing campaigns, CD tie-ins or logoed ballcaps. Instead, the place gets right down to the... 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 »
Where else can you get your turtle mocha latte and a chicken kebab with a side of lebni (a thick yogurt-based dip topped with a pool... More »
If not even the bourbon in your flask can wash away the aftertaste of area poetry slams, then you'll want to cleanse your palate with some Noir at the Bar, where the words are served straight, no chaser. Tonight at 7 p.m. hard-boiled purveyors of pulp fiction gather at Meshuggah Cafe (6269 Delmar Boulevard, University City). Clayton Lindemuth reads from his novel Cold Quiet...
Today's cartoonists are living in a second golden age of comics. In addition to No. 2 pencils, bristol board and India ink, comic creators have a new set of tools with which to work. With self-distribution sources, print on-demand providers, social networks and crowd-sourcing opportunities all around, there has never been a better time to put pen to paper and get that story out. And the...
The holiday season brings many traditions -- tree trimming, candle lighting, daytime drinking -- but the one that fires up the most people is the unwrapping. Who doesn't like to see what's underneath the paper? Well, guess what: The Randy Dandies are back with a special holiday-themed burlesque party, and it involves quite a bit of unwrapping. Fa La La La Tits is the name of this...
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