The first spirit is a botanical-inspired gin.
The company plans to roll out a new online ordering and delivery strategy.
Look for quesadillas, salads, tacos and more.
Look for everything from PBR to a pork fat-washed Manhattan.
Congrats are in order for these local producers.
Look for pommes frites, escargot, oysters on the half shell and a beet butternut chevre terrine.
Brave the cold for some excellent brews, get a taste of an acclaimed chef's cooking or pair tacos with beer this weekend.
Diners can choose from poke bowls, smashed burgers, fresh-pressed juices, waffles and more.
Chef Matthew Birkenmeier serves a menu of comforting dishes including Mayfair Salad, Famous Barr's French onion soup and pork chops.
Before joining the restaurant as bar manager, she worked at The Libertine in Clayton.
The restaurant will reopen under a new name in a few weeks.
Owner Greg Franklin has come up with nearly 250 flavors of cheesecake.
Look for fish and chips, barley risotto, beer donuts, pork Spiedini and more.
The restaurant comes from Niche alums Chris Kelling and Adam Altnether.
Start 2019 off right with bottomless brunch, learn about brewing or say goodbye to a St. Louis institution.
The new menu is smaller and more focused.
Look for French toast, extra-large cinnamon rolls and biscuits and gravy.
We said goodbye to several longtime favorites.
The bar and grill offers appetizers, sliders, pizzas, salads and more.
Need a beer? This weekend offers plenty of opportunities to decompress from the holidays with a cold one – or two.
Toppings include everything from fresh fruit and chocolate to jalapeños and balsamic glaze.
Look for down-home classics including salmon croquettes, fried corn, cheesy collard artichoke dip and shrimp and grits.
He met chef-owner Kevin Willmann five years ago while making extra money cutting grass.
Owners Brian Hardesty and Joel Crespo are adding even more locations of their popular Filipino-American concept.
The restaurant relocated from its original Ellisville home.
Another location is slated for Creve Coeur.
Look for conch fritters with Key lime remoulade, jerk chicken wings and hand pies.
Grab holiday gifts for food-lovers, de-stress with yoga and beer or get a taste of CBD-infused goodies this weekend.
The book is a treasure trove for St. Louis history-lovers, beginning with a look at the food served at the 1904 World's Fair.
The brewer serves a menu of burgers and brats inspired by Brasserie’s Cinq à Sept happy hour.
The popular Cherokee Street bar now has a new food window.
The holiday season kicks into high gear with plenty of events this weekend: Eat breakfast with Santa, score a rare Schlafly brew or discover Czech beer.
St. Louis is frankly spoiled when it comes to local kitchen and food shops: The city is home to a wide array of small local shops stocking everything from handmade knives and other essential kitchen tools to locally made cocktail shrubs, chocolate bars, cheese, fresh bread and grass-fed beef…
The sauté cook has collaborated with local chefs at pop ups around time.
The menu includes lattes, smiley-face cookies, salted caramels, baklava, Greek cookies and more.
The Imperial Stout was aged in American brandy barrels and fermented on sour cherries.
The menu will include enchiladas, tacos, huaraches, arepas and more.
Owner Russ Clark wants to open stores in Kansas City and Springfield, Missouri.
Look for dishes like bacalao pizza, Beef Braciole and potato pierogi with poached clams.
We're proud to share some big news!
Two highly anticipated spots debuted this month.