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Vince Valenza has harmoniously blended his two greatest loves -- the restaurant biz and the blues -- in this cute, corner-storefront deli, where the walls are riddled... More »
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 »
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 »
An institution on the Hill since 1918, Gioia's Deli began its life as a grocery store but is now a sandwich shop. Gioia's is most famous for its hot salami, or Salam de... More »
Like the first fragile buds on Forest Park's trees or Mike Shannon's first home-run call from spring training, the first crowd on Kopperman's patio is a sure sign... More »
New York quality with a cream-cheese-soft side of Midwestern attitude, the sandwiches here are so plump they're, shall we say, "Reubenesque." The "Smoky... More »
In spite of its swanky Ladue address, Lester Miller's encore to Busch's Grove doesn't venture too far from the standard sports-bar menu. You'll find... More »
Pointer's has been slinging serviceable pizzas -- as well as deli sandwiches, wings and Italian staples like spaghetti and lasagna -- for well over a decade. Crusts come in... More »
The name fits perfectly: posh suits the tony Clayton locale, the preppy-dressed, baby-boom clientele and the narrow brick-and-ivy courtyard (great for outdoor eating during... More »
Pickles lies in an unassuming storefront in the Central West End close to a multitude of dining options. Diners can build their own sandwich from the... More »
At first glance the map of permissible vending locations that the City of St. Louis provides to newly licensed food trucks looks like the damage report from a London Blitz-style air strike downtown. A red dot marks the entrance of every brick-and-mortar restaurant, and a pale blue circle surrounds each dot, marking a 200-foot radius within which food trucks aren't allowed to park. The map...
Wild cards in the stacked deck of Boston rock bands, Sarah Borges and her band, the Broken Singles, plays torchy country rock and barroom rhythm-and-blues in a brash, soulful style that's built for dancing and drinking — but not just dancing and drinking. The group's idea of a killer cover is the Magnetic Fields' "No One Will Ever Love You," and its concept of art...
Chef Grace Dinsmoor of the popular tapas restaurant Modesto (5257 Shaw Avenue) has been battling a severe bone infection in her right leg for the past several months. On September 13, Bar Italia (13 Maryland Plaza) will host a benefit. The benefit, organized by the owners of Pickles Deli (22 North Euclid Avenue), will run from 3-8 p.m. and will feature...
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