This Middle Eastern-inspired dish is equal parts spicy and scrumptious.
The Last Kitchen at The Last Hotel – a full-service restaurant offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and, on weekends, brunch – debuted in June in downtown St. Louis under chef Evy Swoboda.
With six smokers on-site, BEAST Butcher & Block debuted just last month in the The Grove business district of St. Louis’ Forest Park South East neighborhood.
In April, St. Louis’ Tower Grove South neighborhood welcomed Taste of Persia, whose casual setting showcases authentic Iranian and Afghan cuisine, as well as a selection of Indian-style dishes.
Jerk Soul, a small carryout storefront in St. Louis’ Hyde Park neighborhood, specializes in Caribbean fare with flair by offering classic dishes alongside modern fusion items teeming with a taste of the tropics.
The Italian phrase Il Palato means “the palate,” which that posh Clayton restaurant seeks to please.
Smoked meats and fresh seafood make an unlikely but surprisingly delicious, creative pairing at Creve Coeur’s Cobalt Smoke & Sea, which opened early last month and which features globally inspired new American cuisine in an upscale-casual setting.
With summer approaching, Webster Groves’ Firenza Pizza and its sweet counterpart, Ziggy’s Frozen Treats, make one of the metro area’s best spots to enjoy casual, family-friendly Italian fare (including gelato).
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Early in February, the chess-themed Kingside Diner breakfast-and-lunch eatery expanded its profile and its concept by opening a second location, including Kingside After Dark, in Clayton.
I have long been a fan of grain-based breakfasts like muesli, oatmeal, farina – you name it.