Although 2021 was another monumentally difficult year for the food and drink industry, 2022 is already looking bright in St. Louis when it comes to new places to dine. Whether it's a St. Louis outpost of a regional restaurant, a new LGBTQ+ gathering place or pizza made by an acclaimed chef, …
Namaste fills the approximately 3,000-square-foot space previously occupied by Giancarlo’s Ristortante.
The shop features over 1,000 bottles, so you can choose to take something home or stay and sip for a while.
The menu offers dishes such as chicken tikka tacos, butter chicken pasta and paneer tikka flatbread.
Several restaurants were featured recently in national coverage.
The farmers’ market and food truck favorite is putting down roots in the suburb where it all started.
The coffee shop has expanded into the former Bolyard's Meat & Provisions space.
The Delmar Loop is one of the most iconic stretches in St. Louis. Running through University City, Missouri, and the western edge of St. Louis, this strip offers shopping, entertainment and, of course, plenty to eat and drink. From fast-casual spots to full-service eateries, options from aro…
After more than six years of planning, the food hall at City Foundry is finally here. While more vendors are on the way, the food hall's 12 vendors – plus the Kitchen Bar from Niche Food Group – offer a wide range of fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Whether you're craving tacos, a sandw…
To many St. Louisans, a small stretch of restaurants along Olive Boulevard is known as the area’s unofficial Chinatown. Roughly defined as between Interstate 170 to the west and Midland Boulevard to the east, the dining district is home to a vast array of Chinese restaurants serving everythi…
Patio season has arrived in St. Louis (finally!), and there's really only one way to celebrate.
Warm weather calls for beer, and lucky for St. Louisans, there is no shortage of local breweries to pick up brews. Whether you want to raise a pint on a local patio or bring home some cans or bottles to enjoy, here are a few spots where you can find St. Louis' best beer.