Enjoy a Whiskey Sour with steak au poivre, or a Martini with grilled catfish smothered in cheesy white wine and crawfish sauce.
Juicy heirloom tomatoes are the star of this dish, accompanied by pickled strawberries, sheep’s cheese, smoked pine nuts and gazpacho vinaigrette.
This fermented protein doesn't get as much play as its other vegan counterparts, but it shouldn't be overlooked.
The new food truck also serves brunch on weekends at Hold Fast Brewing.
Serving everything from dragon scales to iguanas to Komodo dragons – don’t worry, those are just the names of the dishes.
Recognizable by their crimped crusts, these baked goods come in savory and sweet flavors.
Go for a classic Impossible patty or opt for a vibrant beet patty on your burger.
It features crispy pork belly piled on a brioche bun with an Asian-inspired slaw and sambal mayo.
This smash burger sacrifices no flavors for the lack of meat.
This vegan protein is packed with texture and nutty flavor.
Try the "Mozzarella" knots, pesto pasta, lasagna or pizza – all vegan.
Whether it's seitan, jackfruit or tofu, meat alternatives have made their way into barbecue.
The restaurant attracts students and longtime residents alike.
The STL Veg Girls shows others how to live a plant-based life with resources and classes at her Kirkwood center.
The menu is limited, but it is packed with flavor.
Try the "chicken" sandwich with coconut cheese and vegan ranch or loaded nachos smothered in quinoa taco "meat."
The vegan burger shop is known for its charcoal buns and bright, house-made burgers.
The concept comes from partners Chris Ward and Melanie Meyer.
We caught up with Lockhart to chat about her favorite ingredients to work with, her early food memories with her family and why you shouldn't be afraid to mess up your food.
The meatless burger even "bleeds."
This soup is packed with a nutty, herbal flavor.