A family affair, the restaurant is known for its hand-cut, hand-breaded pork tenderloin, which appears in a myriad of dishes.
The pair of sisters puts their own spin on classic sandwiches in a retro atmosphere.
Formerly located in the back of Sweet Boy’s Neighborhood Bar, the lunch stand has moved to a downtown location with street access.
Tucked inside Little Shop of Comics, Audrey’s Eatery serves food with names to match the setting – think The Flash (a double-decker grilled cheese) and four different pizzas for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Sure to hit the spot, this hot sandwich features meatballs drenched in pizza sauce and smothered in melty cheese.
Mike Hickman’s smoking process gives his meats multidimensional flavor that keeps customers coming back for more.
From soups and sandwiches to coffee and cake, this local eatery has delicious options for every meal of the day.
This new breakfast and lunch spot will offer twists on comforting deli classics.
The sandwiches at The Bite offer influences from Mexico, Cuba and Korea.
These sandwich lives up to its name with three types of smoked meat.
This is the first location of Zenwich in the St. Louis area.
The shop will offer spicy miso ramen, Korean cheesesteak and more.
The sandwich shop offers breakfast, lunch and late-night fare.
You'll find breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches, seasonal desserts and more.
The classic sandwich, featuring Harvey Yoder’s heirloom tomatoes, is a favorite at the market.
The selection of morning buns and loaves are impossibly fluffy and coated in cinnamon glazes and caramelized cheeses and herbs.
Elaine's serves classic sandwiches on Cherokee Street.
Carlos Mortera's fast-casual River Market restaurant boasts amazing house-made food.
Elaine and Steve Gruener will open Elaine's at 2311 Cherokee this May.
Congrats to Fozzie's Sandwich Emporium! The St. Louis-based sandwich shop has landed on Food & Wine's lineup of the Best Sandwich Shops in…