The new concept fills the former home of Ryder's Tavern in Tower Grove South.
Chef Ying Jing Ma serves Chinese takeout classics alongside a full menu of Cantonese-style cuisine.
The new space is more than twice the size of the original location.
As we gear up for summer, more and more restaurants are coming out of hibernation and reopening their doors after a temporary hiatus during the pandemic.
A few restaurants reopened after closing during the slow winter months, while others have grown their businesses with additional locations.
The coffee shop will serve as a complement to next-door neighbor The Golden Hoosier.
The chef grew up in Sardinia, Italy, and has worked all over the world, from Germany to the U.K. to the Caribbean.
The opening follows the closure of Tai Ke’s original location in U City.
Located in the former home of Scape American Bistro, the restaurant serves pizza, pasta and more.
It's been a turbulent year for the St. Louis restaurant scene, and the final month of the year was no different.
Several restaurants debuted new sister concepts, including Lazy Tiger, The Lucky Accomplice and O+O Pizza.
This month saw the opening of several ghost kitchens, as well as some reopenings and a few closures.
Acclaimed pastry chef Lia Weber will offer wedding cakes alongside French macarons, gooey butter cake, muffins and coffee.
The new bakery will offer wedding cakes alongside French macarons, gooey butter cake and coffee.
It's certainly been a tumultuous few months on the local dining scene.
This month welcomed a diverse array of new concepts in St. Louis.
McArthur's closed two locations this month to focus on delivery, but highly anticipated spots like Elmwood made their debut.
We're nearing the end of the year, so unfortunately, there are more closings than openings. This month, we lost several longtime favorites, including Coffee Cartel and Quincy Street Bistro.
Fans were devastated to hear of the closing of Porano Pasta.
This month, the new Trops opened just in time for summer, and Earthbound's creative cocktail bar debuted in Soulard.
The iconic Eat-Rite diner reopened this month, as well as new spots from Ben Poremba, Anthony Devoti, Sugarfire Smokehouse, Fork & Stix and more.
March saw several openings, as well as the closure of long-running Hill favorite Five Bistro, which will reopen next month as J. Devoti Trattoria.
The city's first cidery opened this month, as well as a new bar from the owners of Planter's House.
A few of St. Louis' most-anticipated restaurants bowed this month, but unfortunately, a few favorites closed as well.
Chef Rob Connoley opened a breakfast spot in Grand Center and Frankly Sausages put down some roots, but Barrister's in Clayton closed unexpectedly.