Over the past month, a diverse group of restaurants opened their doors in St. Louis, running the gamut from a bakery specializing in Turkish and Iraqi pastries to a restaurant serving over a century's worth of family recipes from Mexico City. There's also a new concept from the team behind o…

First, it was our bagels. Then, as the St. Louis Blues faced off against the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup finals, St. Louis' entire food scene came under attack, courtesy of a snarky editorial from The Boston Globe's food writer and restaurant critic. But we'll take any opportunity we ca…

Over the past century, many heritage hog breeds have gotten dangerously close to extinction. Heritage refers to breeds that were common before the rise of industrialized agriculture, particularly prior to World War II. Hog breeds like Red Wattle, American Guinea Hogs and Wessex Saddlebacks a…

The fifth-annual Feast Magazine Taste & Toast celebrated the best of the Midwest on Sunday, May 19, at the Four Seasons Hotel in St. Louis. Guests tasted from award-winning wineries, breweries and distilleries from across the region, sample dishes from top area restaurants. Special thank…

The fifth-annual Feast Magazine Taste & Toast celebrated the best of the Midwest on Sunday, May 19, at the Four Seasons Hotel in St. Louis. Guests tasted from award-winning wineries, breweries and distilleries from across the region, sample dishes from top area restaurants.

St. Louis' ever-expanding restaurant scene continues to grow, with new entrants ranging from a dual concept serving pizzas and bibimbap bowls inside a pinball bar to a tasting-menu restaurant serving foraged fare inspired by the Ozarks. There's also a casual new bar in Clayton, Missouri; an …

Cinco de Mayo is as good of an excuse as any to celebrate one of Mexico's most time-honored culinary traditions: tacos. St. Louis has no shortage of great tacos, from classic carnitas and al pastor to Korean-inspired bulgogi tacos. Fittingly, there's even a pork steak taco. We've rounded up …