Nothing beats a good, ole neighborhood pub--someplace where you feel instantly comfortable, where you can kick back with a frosty pint and some quality eats, and unwind after a rough day. Square One Brewery & Distillery is just such a place.
Another Joe Edwards creation, the Peacock Loop Diner certainly can’t be missed, thanks to the ginormous animated, neon-lit peacock sign out front. But is it delicious, as well as flashy? We decided to find out for ourselves.
True culinarians always are on the lookout for premium dining experiences, those special one-of-a-kind opportunities that stimulate all of the senses. Fortunately for us, St. Louis has no shortage of these sorts of unique options.
During a recent culinary excursion, a fellow diner told us about a fabulous new Asian eatery called Lona’s Lil’ Eats. The name didn't ring any bells. Not ones to be left in the dark, we immediately sought out this new destination to taste for ourselves.
Grapeseed opened in the Southhampton neighborhood with little fanfare last year, but has quickly gained a following for its creative dishes, courtesy of Chef Ben Anderson and his crew. Based on our recent visit, that following is well-deserved.
Few things are more comforting and inviting than a genuine U.K.-style public house. Luckily, we have The Scottish Arms to tuck into on a blustery winter’s eve, a true pub in every sense of the word, from food to drink to ambiance.
Long a standard-bearer of Persian food in St. Louis, Cafe Natasha remains an anchor of the vibrant and eclectic food scene on South Grand Boulevard while continuing to innovate with creative food and drink.