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A gorgeous postmodern general store that one-ups the "locavore" bit; it has its own farm. Winslow's Home sports a kickass kitchen that serves up soups and sandwiches... More »
In 2009 the wife-husband team of Casey and Jeremy Miller bought this popular Benton Park spot (then known as the Mississippi Mud House) and with the help of chef Chris Bork... 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 »
Since 2008 Salume Beddu has produced cured meats on par with the nation's top artisans of the craft. Now, you can order lunch at its Hampton Avenue shop, and the... More »
Imagine a soda fountain and lunch counter tucked inside an art deco bar and you might have some idea what awaits you at this midtown joint. Located inside the former... 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 »
The new venture from former Melange chef Chris Lee combines the best aspects of the coffeehouse and the fast-casual joint - comfortable but not faux-bohemian, efficient but... More »
Panera Bread (or St. Louis Bread Co., as it's known in its home town) prides itself on serving delicious, nutritious meals. But with each salad, sandwich and... 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 »
This Cincinnati-based chain may look more or less identical to the heavy hitters in the sub-sandwich market, but the sandwiches are so good you might think... More »
You know how you think New Year's Eve is amateur hour? Well, in the roaring 1920s, folks had bigger beers to brew and moonshine to muster, what with the alcohol being outlawed and all. It simply wasn’t stylish to be all judge-y about how folks partied because everyone was just thrilled about the opportunity to get together and have a beautiful, buzz-inducing time. Take a step back to this...
After work Thursday, shut down the computer, roll down your sleeves and take that much needed downtime Downtown, where no less than 20 of St. Louis' finest establishments join forces to inaugurate the Downtown Winter Fest. Participating businesses include Lola (500 North Fourteenth Street), Flamingo Bowl (1117 Washington Avenue) and the Washington Ave Post (1312 Washington Avenue), and...
When the Bleeding Deacon Public House closed suddenly late last year, St. Louis lost its first "gastrodive." I don't know who coined the term gastrodive, and I'm not about to embark on an Oxford English Dictionary-style exhumation of the earliest citation. I never much liked gastropub, its direct Gourmandese-language forebear, which carries such a strong whiff of...
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
Service is great. Great location, amazing coffee, and decent food!Read Full Review
The best thin crust in stl!Read Full Review
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