A lack of both sufficient staff and the downtown-Clayton lunch business leads Original J's to take a summer break.
Once on the brink of closure, the hot dog restaurant will move in late summer to the space formerly occupied by Mangia Italiano.
Carol and Junior Lira's pop-up features churros with various toppings and ice cream.
Tacos La Jefa temporarily closed last month after founder Heriberta Amescua's death.
Schlafly's fourth brewpub will expand the craft brewery into the Metro East.
St. Louis and St. Louis County restaurants can open at 100% capacity, but must also maintain at least 6 feet between tables.
The owners of Malone's Grill & Pub in Crestwood are closing after being unable to find enough employees.
Originally from Honduras, brothers Patrick and Spencer Clapp opened Coffeestamp in August 2020 in the Fox Park neighborhood.
Imo's, Faraci's and more St. Louis pizzerias land Missouri among Food & Wine's 10 best pizza states.
The restaurant version of the food truck Doggie's Mac will close in Carondelet on May 1
Tickets for the March 15, 2022 performance go on sale this Friday
Raising Cane's founder and CEO Todd Graves hosts the 10-episode Discovery+ series in which he helps restaurants nationwide navigate the pandemic.
Taco Circus @ Trops will feature a taco-focused menu inside the frozen-cocktail bar in the Grove.
Bowood by Niche is slated to open in late summer at the Central West End nursery and garden-supply store.
Owner Chris Armstrong will serve brisket, burnt ends and a signature sandwich called the Jerk in the soon-to-open restaurant.
The restaurant, which debuted in late 2009, had been closed for the winter.
Amescua opened the birria-focused pop-up restaurant last September inside Dutchtown's Urban Eats incubator.
The restaurant at the corner of Laclede and Euclid avenues ends a 26-year run.
This roundup of restaurants under development around town also includes a new project from the team behind the Block and 58hundred.
The Shaved Duck, Seoul Taco and The Greek Kitchen will operate small service counters and share a common seating area, Schnucks said.
The discovery+ series follows the founder and CEO of chicken-finger chain Raising Cane's as he helps restaurants deal with the pandemic.
The restaurant moved a short distance from its original home to the former Gamlin Whiskey House space at North Euclid and Maryland avenues.