Owners Tracy and Crist Dubis bring a familial vibe and a wealth of experience to their Greek restaurant.
Co-owner Shayn Prapaisilp is undergoing treatment at Siteman Cancer Center for a rare cancer.
The Canteen @ 9 Mile Garden will feature draft beer, wine, cocktails and cold-brew coffee.
The restaurant from the owners of Sub Zero Vodka Bar and Gamlin Whiskey House opened in October 2017.
Byrd & Barrel owner Bob Brazell and his partners purchased the restaurant last year.
Jackson and general manager Misha K. Sampson are both no longer involved with the year-old restaurant.
Every week our Let's Eat section features a recipe from a favorite St. Louis restaurant requested by readers.
The restaurant took over the iconic Amighetti's on the Hill location in August and soon faced a lawsuit from the owner of the Amighetti's brand.
The restaurant relocated in September from Bevo Mill to a bigger space in Southwest Garden.
Simply: 2019 was a terrific year for St. Louis restaurants, from boundary-pushing tasting menus to everyday fast-casual meals.
The beloved Southwest Garden doughnut shop has been closed since July 16. Plans call for World's Fair to reopen in mid January.
Restaurant critic Ian Froeb points out some of the restaurants that closed this year that he will especially miss.
Our restaurant critic reflects on the big restaurant changes and lasting trends of the past 10 years.
The so-called ghost kitchen features four vegan soups.
The waffles-and-cocktail concept opened in late June.
Maya Cafe, a Maplewood fixture for the better part of two decades, will close after service on Dec. 21.
Seafood is a highlight for the first restaurant from veteran chef Kevin Green.
The restaurant's fifth location will be a part of the One Cardinal Way residential tower.
The new name is part of a rebranding for all of the culinary operations of owners Chloe Yates and Ben McArthur.
The restaurant is a new venture from acclaimed chef Mike Randolph.