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Pan D'Olive

Map & Directions 1603 McCausland Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63117
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314-647-8000
  • Gluten-Free, Italian, Mediterranean, Small Plates
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
  • Banquet Facilities, Business Dining, Catering, Kid Friendly, Multi-Level, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Free, Lot available, Lot Available

Description

Riverfront Times' Description

Pan D'Olive takes over the swank Franz Park address that Mihalis Chophouse vacated a few years ago. The space still looks like a million bucks, but this Mediterranean restaurant (mostly Italian, with a few Greek, Turkish and southern French touches) carries a decidedly less upscale price tag. Only a few entrées cross the $20 mark, and more than dozen appetizers are priced $10 or less. Dishes include shareable plates like hummus, fried calamari and arancini. Entrées feature crowd-pleasers: pastas, a massive lamb shank, a charbroiled rib-eye steak. A humble dish of baked cannelloni conveys surprising soul thanks to its hearty Bolognese sauce and properly made béchamel.

 
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  • Sarah W. on 08/17/13

    Mousse is well worth getting.

  • Francine C. on 01/01/13

    Great new restaurant in our neighborhood ! Delicious food. They have happy hours and a free bottle of wine 'Monday special' when you spend $25.00.

  • Lindsay D. on 03/23/14

    I really liked this place! Very nice atmosphere and great service. I ordered the eggplant dish, the Imam bayildi, and it was delicious!

  • David A. on 11/15/13

    Awesome Happy Hour, great cheese!!!!

  • Steven P. on 10/29/13

    Excellent food - great bar/lounge space. Lots of good happy hour deals too?

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