Chiang Mai chef/owner Su Hill hopes to bring a taste of her hometown to Webster Groves’ Old Orchard business district.
Re-Voaked Sandwiches, in St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood, now offers online ordering for easy pickup.
"Extra Helping" is a digital PDF cookbook and donation platform to benefit hospitality industry employees affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
A beloved neighborhood business recently bounced back from closure with help from an angel investor and continues to serve the community during uncertain times with curbside pick-up and delivery.
Fast-casual Korean-Mexican fare is now available for pick-up in St. Louis’ Grove neighborhood. Customers can also donate meals to help feed essential healthcare workers.
The fast-casual restaurant opened its latest location on Jan. 7 and now services through contact-free carryout, curbside pickup and delivery. Family meal kits are also available.
Update: Destination Cafe has closed its doors since this article was originally published. Stay tuned for more articles coming soon from LN's favorite foodie.
We’ve compiled a list of area restaurants, bars and cafes to support via curbside, takeout or delivery.
After eating many different versions, I’ve decided that – dare I say it? – a vegetarian Reuben can beat the traditional corned beef sandwich.
Update: Kalbi Taco Shack has closed its doors since this article was originally published. Stay tuned for more articles coming soon from LN's favorite foodie.
The Get Down in St. Louis’ Grove business district offers cocktails, draft beer, snacks and sandwiches and incorporates such whimsical touches as a robotic boxing game dating from the halcyon days of 1964.
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Switch List, which debuted last November on the ground floor of Hotel Indigo in downtown St. Louis, offers elevated casual American cuisine and a robust beverage program.
Jjigae is a Korean dish similar to Western stew, traditionally served boiling hot in a communal dish. This vegan version is just as hearty as the meat and seafood varieties, and the type of kimchi you use will determine its spice level.
Make a beeline for a bite and maybe a brew, too, to Jack Nolen’s, a neighborhood bar and grill that launched last December in St. Louis’ Soulard neighborhood.
Mai Lee’s Qui Tran and chef Marie-Anne Velasco launched Nudo House's second location, which serves ramen, pho, bánh mì, the Japanese snack/appetizer takoyaki, boozy slushies and more.
During its evening hours, guests can enjoy south-central African specialties in addition to its longstanding set of available-all-day breakfast and lunch items.
Personal pizzas and Korean-inspired street food predominate at Party Bear Pizza and Tiny Chef, a dynamic duo that teamed last spring to take over the kitchen at The Silver Ballroom in St. Louis’ Bevo neighborhood.
Little Fox, a modern neighborhood restaurant that debuted last fall in St. Louis’ Fox Park neighborhood, features appetizers, small plates and entrées inspired by the owners’ experiences in Brooklyn, New York, and European travels.
The colorful Asian eatery HiTea, which debuted last summer in Chesterfield, offers unique food and drink options with an extensive menu that includes ramen, rice bowls, bubble tea and baked goods.
The full-service barbecue eatery from Baileys’ Restaurants features traditional American “Q,” such as Carolina pulled pork and Texas brisket, with globally inspired flavors and specials.
Original J’s Tex-Mex & Barbecue features central Texas-style barbecue with Mexican-inspired starters and sides.
Devotees of Thai cuisine should make a beeline for Valley Park to visit Sweetie Cup Thai Cafe, which plates dishes of that nationality and unique sweets in a casual setting.
Kohlrabi, also known as the German turnip, can draw bewildered looks from shoppers, but the knobby purple or green vegetable shouldn’t be snubbed.
Prioritized Pastries is a vegan, gluten-free bakery that serves fresh, from-scratch baked goods and desserts.
The restaurant comes from executive chef and owner Jason Jackson, an Atlanta-born, Chicago-raised graduate of the latter city’s Institute of Culinary Arts at Robert Morris University Illinois.
Taco Circus, in St. Louis’ Southwest Garden neighborhood, continues to specialize in Austin-style Tex-Mex, but lately has transformed from fast casual to full service, with expanded comfort food and a brand-new bar program.
Since late August, Mayo Ketchup by Plaintain Girl has been delightfully dishing Puerto Rican, Cuban and Dominican fare in St. Louis’ Lafayette Square neighborhood.
Mexican and American-Chinese cuisine are teaming intriguingly in central-north St. Louis County at Wok O Taco, a unique eatery plating creative dishes that blend the two cooking styles.