Before starting his own sandwich shop, chef-owner Casey Jovick worked at Sugarfire Smoke House, Pappy's Smokehouse and Baumann's Fine Meats.
The new venture will feature seasonal, Mediterranean cuisine from Matt Wynn paired with amaro, spritzes and natural wine.
The Niche Food Group concept features classics like Quattro Fromagio and Margherita alongside shakshuka and taco pizzas.
St. Louis saw new locations of old favorites and some much-anticipated openings this month, but the city also said goodbye to some beloved spots.
Offerings include fried rice, yaki soba, bibimbap, nigiri and more.
The new concept will feature internationally inspired steaks, but you'll also be able to find empanadas on the menu.
The café, which debuted in October, is inspired by one of the owners’ upbringing and adventures across South America.
The Chicago-based restaurant has officially landed in St. Louis
City Foundry got a new addition, a long-awaited pizza joint opened for service and a few favorites moved around town.
The coffee shop is inspired by Brothers Grimm fairy tales set in the Black Forest.
The pizza concept from Elmwood's Chris Kelling and Adam Altnether finally has a home of its own.
Owned by two couples, the concept offers dishes like shrimp and grits, po'boys, fried green tomatoes and more.
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The menu offers dishes such as chicken tikka tacos, butter chicken pasta and paneer tikka flatbread.
The concept comes from the team behind two other City Foundry concepts.
Signature items include a dirty chai and a gooey butter Danish.
Schlafly Highland Square will open in Highland, Illinois, later this month.
This month saw plenty of new concepts open in the metro area, but the city also had to say goodbye to a few favorite taco joints.
The restaurant specializes in boneless fried chicken and drumsticks served in one of seven signature sauces.
Choose from options such as pulled pork, beef, chicken, sausage or the chef's personal favorite: turkey.
The area saw a few new concepts, a joyous reopening and some sad goodbyes this month.
As COVID-19 restrictions ease across the board and vaccinations become widely available, the St. Louis restaurant scene is continuing to grow.
After a harsh winter made worse by COVID-19, the restaurant industry is springing back into action. For St. Louis diners – and diners in gener…