The restaurant moved a short distance from its original home to the former Gamlin Whiskey House space at North Euclid and Maryland avenues.
The restaurant featuring the booming seafood-boil format replaces the late Missouri Bar & Grille in downtown west.
University City restaurant has enjoyed the support of the community over the past year.
If it's been a while since you were in the neighborhood, here are some notable restaurant openings and closings.
South Grand has become one of St. Louis’ standout spots for vegan and vegetarian dining (Tree House, Pizza Head, Lulu’s Local Eatery), and the…
Polite Society's Sub Division Sandwich Co. will grow into a City Foundry STL food stall, while Beast Butcher & Block's Wing Runner STL is …
Churches, VFW halls, American Legion posts and other places fry up untold tons of fish every Friday between Ash Wednesday and, in some cases, …
St. Louis influencers are helping Instagram users discover new places to eat, uncovering hidden gems on the food scene and creating a passiona…
Tigin Irish Pub at 333 Washington Avenue downtown has closed indefinitely, ending a 13-year run. The restaurant announced the closure March 25.
Fish fries for Lent are firing up across St. Louis (many with carryout options), and we help you find one to tempt your taste buds.
The new Fleur STL at Eat-Rite will feature chef Tim Eagan's take on diner classics and an updated look.
Chao Baan and the Banh Mi Shop have announced plans to donate a portion of upcoming sales to organizations supporting Asian Americans.
The Soulard barbecue restaurant temporarily closed in October.
The new Tony’s will open for lunch March 22 and dinner March 24. It will also mark the return of Tony's and Anthony's Bar after a year's hiatus.
After moving from its longtime location in downtown St. Louis, Tony's prepares to open in the Centene building at the corner of Carondelet Pla…
James Bommarito gives a behind-the-scenes tour at his new restaurant, which moved from its longtime home downtown to Centene Plaza in Clayton.…
The St. Louis institution reopened a year ago after a nine-year hiatus.
In a recent post from The Fearless Foreigner website, our fair burg was named as one of the 12 best places in the U.S. for grilled-meat excellence.
Owner Julie Truong opened the original DD Mau in 2018 in Maryland Heights.
Su Hill's Webster Groves restaurant focuses on the cuisine of northern Thailand.