September saw relocations, one closure and a few fun new concepts in the city and beyond.
Wild Crush Wine Bar(n) will allow guests to pour their own glasses of wine at their leisure.
St. Louis said hello to its first major food hall, but it also said goodbye to a couple of favorites.
The restaurant will bring hard-to-find Oaxacan dishes to a city that hasn't seen much Oaxacan food.
With new safeguards in place, indoor dining will be permitted in St. Louis County as long as the number of new COVID-19 cases in the area continues to fall.
The Sheraton at Westport Plaza hotel’s first priority is to assure the health and safety of their guests. Practicing social distancing and mask guidelines are helping the Sheraton and Westport Social provide an outlet for guests to get away for a night out or even just a drink.
Restaurants will still be able to offer patio service in the County, albeit at 25 percent capacity.
Bars and restaurants must reduce capacity to 25 percent.
As the state of Missouri and the city and county of St. Louis begin to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many bars and restaurants are beginn…
Look for wonton empanadas, chipotle chicken noodles, al pastor fried rice and more.