Let’s face it: Nostalgia is having a moment right now. In a world where the fashion of yesteryear comes back around all the time, it's no surprise to see the past creep into dishes and drinks at some of our favorite St. Louis spots. Don’t call it a comeback; it’s creative reinvention.
Brothers Robert and Arzun Chuhan are bringing a taste of classic Nepalese cuisine to the Southampton area with Namaste Restaurant & Bar, where everything from the dishes to the decor reflect their rich and colorful culture.
Options range from scones, muffins and quick breads to cupcakes and oatmeal cream pies.
It's the largest of the three ice cream parlors.
The beloved neighborhood restaurant will also offer weekend brunch.
Look for dishes like tomato toast, blueberry sourdough pancakes, egg salad, breakfast burritos and more.
The menu includes lattes, smiley-face cookies, salted caramels, baklava, Greek cookies and more.
The shop plans to donate 100 percent of its profits to local charities like Habitat for Humanity and Urban Harvest STL.
Coffee and craft beer combine at the collaborative new concept.
The selection of morning buns and loaves are impossibly fluffy and coated in cinnamon glazes and caramelized cheeses and herbs.
South City residents can soon grab a cup of coffee and a six-pack in the same spot.
The concept is a collaboration between Russell Ping of Russell's Cafe & Bakery and Kaldi's Coffee Roasting Co.
There's also a lunchtime selection of soups, salads and sandwiches.
Look for freshly baked bread, pastries, soups, salads, sandwiches and more.
South City residents will soon have a new spot to pick up a local six-pack.
Fans will soon be able to enjoy the restaurant's much-loved barbecue outside of the Delmar Loop.
The popular Southampton spot also has a new menu of bar snacks.
The new restaurant serves an assortment of dishes inspired by owner Nhat Nguyen’s tasty travels throughout the world.
The popular Southampton restaurant has a new upstairs space for private events and additional seating.
Nhat Nguyen's new casual concept features an Asian-inspired menu.
Big changes are coming to Russell's on Macklind.
The restaurant’s unpretentious approach to cocktails is refreshing.
This buttermilk pound cake is filled with Kaldi’s espresso mousse and spiced pumpkin mousse topped with vanilla-cinnamon buttercream.
Grapeseed opened in St. Louis’ Southampton neighborhood late last month, and in many ways, is the quintessential neighborhood restaurant.
Russell's on Macklind is kicking off the new year in delicious fashion with a series of four-course collaborative dinners.