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The Central West End outlet of pizza powerhouse Pi offers a slightly more upscale setting with dimmer lighting and a classy vibe. Similar to its sister... More »
The Central West End outlet of pizza powerhouse Pi offers a slightly more upscale setting with dimmer lighting and a classy vibe. Similar to its sister sites, this... More »
Simply put: La Pizza offers some of the best pizza you'll ever sink your teeth into. Everything in this small restaurant is house-made, from the meatballs to the lasagna... More »
Don't let the modest name fool you. This inconspicuous midtown address turns out excellent Neapolitan-style pizza from a wood-burning oven at the rear of the dining... More »
To the untrained taste bud, there's no perceptible difference between Jersey pizzas and New York-style ones. To owner Jon Feraro, Jersey means crust a... More »
The menu reflects both the Italian and the Greek heritage of owners Anthony and Rosario Scarato. The selection tilts toward the former, with numerous pizzas and pastas... More »
This location of Cincinnati-based pizza chain Dewey's offers U. City families a pizza joint within walking distance. Choose from traditional pizza toppings (pepperoni, black... More »
Rome? Or Madrid? At Guido's you don't have to decide. This Hill institution serves tasty Italian fare, including one of the city's best thin-crust pies, and... More »
A Cincinnati-based chain that doesn't look, act or taste like a chain at all, Dewey's ranked as one of St. Louis' better-quality pizza joints the moment it opened... More »
A wood-burning oven is the centerpiece of this restaurant, quite popular in Edwardsville and worth the trip across the river from St. Louis. From that oven come... More »
Whether you're a card-carrying beer geek or a craft newbie still weaning yourself off lawnmower lagers, Flying Saucer casts a spell on you.
Flying Saucer Draught Emporium landed in St. Louis in March from its home planet of Texas, but you don't need to possess an advanced...
To enter Basso you descend a broad, curving stairwell into a cavernous basement. Gas lamps flicker along the wall, casting long, dancing shadows on the diners seated in the booths beneath them. Is it 1897? No. The massive bar at the center of the dining room is a wholly modern creation, with sleek liquor bottles and a...
This is St. Louis true ORIGINAL thin crust pizza and taste the same now as it did 30 years ago since the old man is not making them any more.
Everyone can get their moneys worth once again!
This place has been here for 62 years, so they must be doing something right!
The pizzas were not being made right for quite some time and now they are back to...
I went to the Haus for the first time a few days ago. I sat at the bar and ordered a Pizza and some of their mini tacos. While I was waiting for my food I decided to order a few drinks(which were actually really cheap). The people at the bar were very friendly. Even invited me to play a game of pool. I won of course. The food was also more than I expected when it came...Read Full Review
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