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St. Louis restaurant openings and closings: August 2021
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St. Louis restaurant openings and closings: August 2021

August was a big month for restaurant openings in St. Louis, thanks to one long-awaited project in particular: City Foundry. After six years of planning, St. Louis' first major food hall opened with 10 different food concepts, ranging from West African to Argentinian to Indian, all under one roof. But of course, there was plenty of other news; two concepts in one space – Chatawa and Grand Pied – opened in South City serving cocktails and beignets, and International Tap House added a new location in the Delmar Loop. 

Unfortunately, St. Louis also had to say goodbye to some spots. St. Louis Wing Co. closed its doors in August, leaving one less place for Rock Hill residents to get their fill of chicken. Plus, with the closing of the Weber Grill Restaurant at the St. Louis Galleria, the chain has left Missouri. 

Catch up on all of the openings and closings below. 

Openings

Chicken Out, 10463 Manchester Road, Kirkwood, Missouri, chickenoutchicken.com (additional location)

Commonwealth, 626 N. Grand Blvd. (inside the Angad Arts Hotel), Grand Center, St. Louis, Missouri, 314.405.3399, commonwealthstl.com

Chatawa and Grand Pied, 3137 Morganford Road, St. Louis, Missouri, grandpied.com

City Foundry STL, 3730 Foundry Way, Midtown, St. Louis, Missouri, cityfoundrystl.com

Crab N Go, 10041 Page Ave., Overland, Missouri, crabngostl.com

International Tap House, 6217 Delmar Blvd., University City, Missouri, internationaltaphouse.com/delmar (additional location)

Timothy's, 12710 Olive Blvd., Creve Coeur, timothysstl.com

Closings

St. Louis Wing Co., 9816 Manchester Road, Rock Hill, Missouri

Weber Grill Restaurant, 1147 St. Louis Galleria St., Richmond Heights, Missouri, 314.930.3838, webergrillrestaurant.com

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Kasey Carlson is the assistant editor of Feast Magazine. She loves to cook, is obsessed with plants and is on a quest to try every bao she can find.

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