If the massive billboard downtown bearing his towering image is any indication, the folks at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis are pretty proud to have Chef Gian Nicola Colucci running their kitchen.
As the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis approaches its centennial anniversary in 2018, it is making strong strides toward a host of educational, economic and advocacy goals throughout the community.
The Sheldon can host every element of a wedding, from start to finish. Couples can hold intimate ceremonies on stage in the Concert Hall, before enjoying cocktails and hors d’oeuvres surrounded by gorgeous art in the galleries and Atrium, followed by dinner and dancing in the Ballroom.
Several areas of the Saint Louis Art Museum are available to use as a venue, including the Sculpture Hall (pictured). Guests can enjoy private, docent-led tours during the cocktail hour, giving them a special viewing of the galleries after-hours.
When Susan Block chairs a fundraising event, she has two goals: to create an experience that is unexpected and fun, and to do it without breaking the bank. “You have to be creative without spending a lot of money, because you want the money to go to the charity where it will help people, not spend it all on the event,” she says.
Supporters of SouthSide Early Childhood Center raised more than $298,000 at the organization’s Gala Dinner Auction, which included dinner, auctions, awards and more. St. Louis Rams player Joe Barksdale threw autographed footballs to guests donating $10,000 and $5,000 dollars during the live auction.
If you’re like every bride, you’ll want to look your absolute best on your wedding day.
A young boy disinterested in interacting with his parents and peers. A little girl unable to put her communications into words. These types of children, and others who are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, are the focus of Mercy Kids' Autism Center.
The Lobby Lounge of The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis has expanded its bar menu: In addition to some 200 martinis and signature beverages, there are six new summer libations and a decadent Cake Martini inspired by the hotel's recently-launched Ritz-Carlton Cake, that includes vodka, chocolate and orange liqueurs, and a fresh orange twist. The seasonal drink offerings coincide with the debut of the hotel’s new Martini Club. Members of the club can enjoy their journey through the hotel’s impressive menu and qualify for complimentary hotel experiences—from drinks or dinner for two at The Grill, to engraved martini glasses and overnight stays at the property. Members also receive exclusive invitations to club events, tastings and cocktail-crafting parties. Membership is complimentary, and is open to the public and hotel guests.
Attractions and food go hand-in-hand. The movie theater has popcorn. The circus has peanuts. And the history museum has…award-winning dining?
Spring is in full bloom—it’s my favorite time of year. I get excited about what wine is around the corner. I know it’s coming and I can’t wait until the pour hits my glass: Hints of strawberry, grapefruit, blood orange, melon, and hues of every shade of pink surround me. The rosés have arrived in St. Louis.
Nothing says summertime like a frosty glass of lemonade. It's the very essence of delicious simplicity—just lemon, water, sugar and some ice. While the original formula is fine all on its own, it also provides a base for some flavorful experimentation.
Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis will be kicking off its Unsung Heroes Dinner Series on Monday, June 23, at 6 p.m. The dinner will feature six of St. Louis’ finest sous chefs, underutilized parts of a hog and products from local farmers. Participating sous chefs include SHIMON DIAMOND of Cielo Restaurant & Bar, JUSTIN MCMILLEN of Sidney Street Café, RYAN MCDONALD of Juniper, JOSH POLETTI of The Libertine, ALEX FELDMEIER of Brasserie, and SUMMER WRIGHT of Floreat Bakery. The opening cocktail reception will feature Cielo’s Four Roses Bourbon and a variety of local brews, and the dinner will incorporate plenty of fresh products from Jones Heritage and Such and Such Farm. Cost is $65 a person. To make a reservation, call 881-5759.
Who doesn't love ice cream? Not only does ice cream make for a great dessert on its own, it can be the basis for quality drinks, as well—with or without the addition of spirits. There are several local establishments that are using ice cream in their libations, with predictably delicious results. Here are a few that are taking this idea to inspired heights.
After a long summer day at work, turning on the scorching oven might sound like torture. Spend a night in utopia by ecaping one of St. Louis’ best restaurant patios for flowing drinks, piquant provisions and good company.
All St. Louisans know—it’s not the heat, it’s the humidity. Either way, summers in the city are scorchers. Cool down and unwind with a dip in one of the area’s top pools, for the afternoon or all summer long.
Students in Robin Wellman’s second-grade class at Keysor Elementary School worked with classroom parent Katie Wirth to create and present a poster of their artwork to Kirkwood Mayor Art McDonnell. The poster included drawings of the students’ interpretations of notable Kirkwood sights. The Mayor says he will hang it in City Hall.
This Father's Day, give dad a well-deserved break. Let him ease into his recliner, put his feet up and enjoy whatever sporting event happens to be on the tube. Instead of tossing him a beer, though, how about fixing him a fine drink?
This 3-bedroom, 3-full and 1-half bathroom penthouse in Clayton is listed for $1.189 million.
San Sebastían, a beach resort located along the Bay of Biscay and bordering the south of France, is an area of north Spain that has become an acclaimed international destination with major events, including the International Film Festival.
Check out the newest design trends, fresh from designer markets across the country, including High Point Market, the world’s largest to-the-trade home furnishings event. Some of the looks making news are firmly positioned at the top of the trend curve, while others are just starting their ascent.
As summer approaches, the desire to travel to exotic destinations takes over. This season, designers have capitalized on the ‘global wanderer’ spirit: ethnic prints and inspired accessories are everywhere. So whether you’re dreaming of the Arizona desert, an African safari or a journey to Mumbai, these pieces will give you a taste of a far-away land right here in the Midwest.
The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis will be hosting a Spring Coffee Dinner on Saturday, May 17. The event will feature Kaldi’s Coffees in all menu courses created by the culinary team of The Ritz, led by executive chef MELISSA LEE. There also will be a special appearance by Kaldi's own FRANK MCGINTY, along with paired coffee cocktails and Urban Chestnut Beers. The dinner begins at 6 p.m, with tickets priced at $150 per guest. The dinner is the first in an ongoing new series of seasonal dining events to be presented by the hotel. A portion of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities. Space is limited, and early reservations are recommended (call 719-1433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org)