Let Voice Places be your tour guide to continental cuisine in St. Louis. Our listings are searchable by name or neighborhood, and reviews from trusted critics and local diners give you the recommendations you need to conquer the continent.
The Central West End feels complete again, now that Monarch owners Aaron Teitelbaum and Jeff Orbin have reopened St. Louisā?? beloved Cafe Balaban as an homage to its... More »
Steven Caravelli, formerly executive chef at Hubert Keller's steak house Sleek, now mans the kitchen at Araka. The menu retains a focus on the cuisines of Europe's Mediterranean... More »
The perfect place to congregate when you want to sneak out of work and celebrate the day's end with a glass of wine and a cheese plate. The atmosphere is... More »
Curious about Bosnian cuisine but not sure you'll like it? This large, handsome restaurant - the former Bailey Farms Dairy - offers Bosnian fare and also conventional offerings... More »
Cielo is several steps above the usual St. Louis restaurant. Literally: The restaurant is on the eighth floor of the Four Seasons hotel on Laclede's Landing, and the view of the... More »
Cheesecake Factory is a national restaurant chain serving continental American and Italian cuisine. This location is connected to the St. Louis Galleria, with interior... More »
Located in St. Charles along historic Main Street, the Vine offers upscale wining and dining. As its name suggests, the restaurant features an extensive wine menu and, for true... More »
If your idea of Truffles is blue bloods and blue-haired old ladies, think again. Chef John Griffiths (the original chef de cuisine at the late St. Louis outpost of Larry... More »
Central West End institution Balaban's is being reborn in Chesterfield as Balaban's Wine Cellar & Tapas Bar. The new Balaban's will be located at 1772 Clarkson Road, in a Dierbergs shopping center. Steve McIntyre, who bought the original Balaban's from Herbie Balaban in 1986 and owned it for most of the next twenty years before selling to Brendan Marsden and Harlee Sorkin in...
No doubt there are cursed restaurant spaces, locations that — no matter how ingenious the concept, no matter how talented the chef — inexorably draw occupants down, down, down into a black hole of failure. Long-time St. Louisans can probably name a half-dozen of these spots, easy. Even I, a recent transplant, have come to know a few of them, like the cozy Lindenwood Park address...
As I prepare to count down my ten favorite dishes of the past year, unemployment is skyrocketing, the Big Three automakers are begging Congress for a bailout and I've spent another week cataloguing local restaurant closings on Gut Check, the Riverfront Times food blog. The urge to replace my top-ten list with a tribute to all those departed eateries is strong. Yet as I look back over the...
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