August was a difficult month for restaurants in St. Louis, with more spots closing than opening.
July saw a variety of new concepts open, from fast-casual eateries to French bistros.
The concept was run as a food truck for the past five years.
Three restaurants are out of commission after a devastating fire, and many more shut their doors this month.
The ramen concept from Stephen Pursley started as a pop-up back in 2018.
The dry-aging room is even in front of house, so guests can get an up-close look into the process.
The city saw almost as many closings as it did openings in May.
The Niche Food Group concept features classics like Quattro Fromagio and Margherita alongside shakshuka and taco pizzas.
The owners’ parents ran the former Chinese Gourmet Restaurant for 33 years.
Spring saw a lot of new restaurants and bars – including new iterations of old favorites.
The concept features dishes with Carolina flair from fried chicken to blackened catfish to crispy pig tails.
The two concepts take turns during the day, with Mama 2's serving biscuits by day and Black Sheep serving whiskey by night.
The new concept will sling slices from a walk-up window on weekends.
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.
The deli, which is affiliated with Guy’s Snacks, is continuing to serve pizza out of the back of Kelly’s but is now also serving a new menu of sandwiches using fresh, local ingredients.
While Kansas City saw some new spots, it also had to say goodbye to some old favorites.
You'll find a menu of wings, sandwiches and more, with specials available multiple days a week.
Kansas City saw plenty of new concepts this month, plus a revival, with a lot more on the way.
St. Louis added a healthy amount of restaurants in October, but the city also had to say goodbye to some old favorites.
The Pervuian bistro from chef Andrew Cisneros and his family will feature dishes not often found in St. Louis.
September saw new places for American cuisine and Mexican quesabirria, but October also promises to bring exciting new concepts to the area.
September saw relocations, one closure and a few fun new concepts in the city and beyond.
The pair of sisters puts their own spin on classic sandwiches in a retro atmosphere.