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Little Country Gentleman

Map & Directions 8135 Maryland Ave.
St Louis, MO 63105
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314-725-0719
  • American, Contemporary, New American
  • Tue-Sat 6pm-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
  • Business Dining, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Prix Fixe, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Meters, Street, Valet

Description

Riverfront Times' Description

In the evening, Mike Randolph’s Clayton restaurant transforms itself from the upscale breakfast spot Half & Half to one of the most ambitious entries on the St. Louis dining scene: Little Country Gentleman. Diners must choose a prix-fixe tasting menu: three courses, six courses or the “Grand Tasting Menu,” which can stretch over a dozen dishes (and several hours). Preparations feature creative and often memorably delicious takes on mainly local and seasonal produce (plus scallops, lobster and other non-local seafood). The wine list, overseen by Dan Parseliti, features many lesser-known Old World selections. Little Country Gentleman ain’t cheap, but it can be as exhilarating as any restaurant for miles around.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • Go! Magazine on 12/07/12

    Ribbons of silky pappardelle coiled under cracked pistachios and tiny, vivid-green mint leaves are simply sauced with lemon and good olive oil. Seductive. (Evan S. Benn)

  • Elaine D. on 08/23/13

    get the grilled mackerel!

  • Brock G. on 01/19/13

    This place is a nice change and def outa the ordinary. Bar master Jeffrey is a true artist. Very different drink menu. #16 is so smooth. 3 course menu is delightful. Aaron is awesome server.

  • Riverfront Times on 11/15/13

    Little Country Gentleman's "37 1/2" Cocktail Burns So Good. http://bit.ly/1btfNd9

  • Go! Magazine on 12/20/12

    Best of '12: Pickled beef cheeks at Little Country Gentleman, 8135 Maryland Avenue, Clayton. “I forever want (them) at every meal I eat,” says @allisonkieffer.

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