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The Restaurant at The Cheshire, under the direction of Chef REX HALE, has unveiled its new fall menu highlighting a plethora of locally sourced ingredients. Small plates include show-stopping Ahi Tuna, Thin and Raw, as well as Pan Fried Naked Cowboy Oysters, served with butternut squash and bacon salad. For Mains, there’s Braised Pork Shank with caramelized vegetables; Maine Sea Scallops with pumpkin risotto; and Red Wine Braised Beef Short Rib with autumn vegetable ragout (shown), among others. Tasting menus ($32 per person) also are available, with a wine flight option. For reservations, call 932-7818 or visit restaurant-stl.com.
Four Muny premieres are in the lineup for the 2014 season—The Muny’s 96th summer at Forest Park! New season tickets will be available beginning March 8; single tickets go on sale May 31. The upcoming shows are...
You made it through the blooming spring and the lush summer. You may have sneezed and rubbed your itchy eyes, but allergies are par for the course during the warm weather months. And now it’s fall—and you’re still sneezing. What gives?
Once cold weather arrives, your coat becomes an integral, if not the most important, part of your wardrobe. We recruited the darling Cotta family of Frontenac to showcase some of this season’s best outerwear for all ages and occasions.
Make a memorable first impression by welcoming guests to your home with a stylish, seasonal wreath on the front door.
D'oh! Strange Donuts has opened at 2709 Sutton Ave. in Maplewood. Look for 12 fresh donut varieties each day, and late-night hours for you night owls with a donut craving. Meanwhile, Blind Tiger at Sutton Place is slated to open soon at 7376 Manchester Road, and will offer signature pizzas and a bar with an emphasis on whiskies.
Straight hair is so last season—or is it? And this autumn is all about bold lips…or should they be neutral? To make sure your hair and makeup stay as on-trend as possible, we talked to five beauty professionals to find out what’s hot for fall.
Celebrate the harvest season with a cornucopia of warm metals and colorful gemstones.
The patios are closing and the air conditioners are being turned off as local restaurants make the switch to cooler weather. Menus also are being updated to reflect the change of seasons. Here's a selection of eateries around town taking advantage of local produce and products to make this fall the tastiest yet:
An Ode to Autumn at Panorama
While spring usually signifies new beginnings, there is something about the coming of fall that makes us feel just as energized. It could be in the autumn breeze or the kaleidoscopic display of trees—or even just the mere wardrobe switch from sundresses to sweaters and scarves.
On Trend: Autumn Cashmere sweater, $298, Neiman Marcus
A particular crispness is, or will soon be, in the air—it is almost autumn. Before the chaos of Thanksgiving and the winter holiday season begin, why not throw an at-home party? From planning the get-together to primping the party space, these pros haves ideas and tips to make your next soirée superb.
A year to recover
The cool, crisp fall weather is perfect for sampling St. Louis’ signature outdoor festivals. Follow this guide to your next autumn adventure.
New seasons bring new trends, and that includes catering menus. These area food experts dished to LN about their autumn offerings—both new and traditional. Find your fall food inspiration here, and even snag a recipe. Hungry yet?
Good news: The kids are in bed at a decent hour. Bad news: It’s getting darker earlier. Good news: There’s a refreshing crispness in the air. Bad news: The rainy chill of autumn has arrived. Good news: Vin Diesel and Channing Tatum have been locked up until next summer. Bad news: George Clooney and Michael Fassbender haven’t been let out yet. Good news: There are some outstanding films to watch at home. Bad news: There are some that are so appalling, you will wonder why no one warned you. Well, consider yourself warned...
St. Louis tends to be a pretty conservative town, but many local boutiques are embracing the rocker-chic look that was so big on the fall runways. Try a leather jacket, stud details or plaid to give your everyday favorites an edge.
Metallics. Deeply colored lips. Smoky eyes. Fall’s color palette is all about intensity—and a splash of playfulness.
We may have to say goodbye to white attire, but Labor Day weekend does provide one last reason to celebrate outdoors before the start of autumn. If your backyard leaves something to be desired, engulf yourself in these beautiful gardens and breathtaking pools before bringing in the professionals. By this time next year, you could have the party-ready oasis.
The mood for fall is one of ease and comfort. Flowing skirts and roomy sweaters paired with layers of necklaces, stacks of bracelets and handfuls of rings create a look that is a bit Bohemian, a tad romantic and nothing short of chic.
There’s no doubt that this has been one of the worst summers for Hollywood in recent memory. Correction: Hollywood actually did pretty well. We were the ones who had to suffer. And every time a big-budget movie faltered this summer, it didn't simply disappoint, it went down in flames. You can almost hear Will Smith and Johnny Depp laughing over single malts at Teddy’s:
Haute Hippie top, $295, Esther. Haute Hippie cargo pant, $365, Esther. Saffia necklaces, $850 and $250, Vie.
*All rings from Laurie Solet