Spaghetti, fettuccine, gnocchi, ravioli, tortellini: Many foreign terms such as these have become common in the English language, and for good reason. Italian cuisine holds a prominent place in the St. Louis dining scene and beyond, meriting a national holiday of sorts to highlight some of i…

In our seventh-annual Feast 50 issue, we’re highlighting more than 400 winners and runners-up across 50 categories in the Feast 50 Awards, as voted by you in our readers’ choice poll.

Celebrated every year on July 14, the French National Day commemorates the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789 in addition to Fête de la Fédération, which celebrated the unity of the French people on July 14 of the following year. St. Louis has a rich French heritage, and this year, a …

Whether sitting on a mid-century swivel stool behind a shiny Formica countertop or anticipating the arrival of a carhop at your window, generations of Americans have grown up eating smashed burgers. The process for making smashed patties at most diners is similar: flattening ground beef on a…