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  • Cleveland-Heath

    Cleveland-Heath

    What to call Cleveland-Heath? Upscale traditional American? Haute bar food? How about one of the best new additions to the metro area’s food scene, well worth a trip to Edwardsville. The food is stellar, from the best cheddar biscuits you’ve ever... More on Cleveland-Heath »

  • Sameem Afghan Restaurant

    Sameem Afghan Restaurant

    Afghani cuisine adds nicely to the Grove's diverse culinary community (Sameem's menu also includes Indian and Pakistani dishes). If you're looking for the perfect introduction, try the Muntoo, a standout dish: steamed dumplings filled with onion... More on Sameem Afghan Restaurant »

  • J Greene's Pub

    J Greene's Pub

    In an era of gastropubs and mixologists, J. Greene’s Pub sets itself apart from the pack by being a decidedly untrendy, honest-to-goodness neighborhood bar and grill. Husband and wife owners Jason and Juliet Greene bring their combined total of... More on J Greene's Pub »

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Bars & Clubs

  • Vivid Cafe

    Vivid Cafe

    Unless you fled the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in the war-torn 1990s, be forewarned: You will turn heads walking into the Vivid Cafe. St. Louis is said to be home to the second largest Bosnian population of any city outside... More on Vivid Cafe »

  • Rook's Gameday Bar & Grill

    Rook's Gameday Bar & Grill

    Nestled way back in the parking lot of a La Quinta Inn, Rook's Gameday Bar and Grill is a sprawling sports bar / music venue with pool tables -- free to play, all day every day -- darts, live music and some damn good food. Recommended are the... More on Rook's Gameday Bar & Grill »

  • Candicci's Italian Restaurant & Bar

    Candicci's Italian Restaurant & Bar

    If beer and burgers aren't your style, how about wine and pasta? For the past two years, Candicci's in Ballwin has been "slowly trying to educate people in the county of what real Italian food tastes like." With customer favorites like langusto... More on Candicci's Italian Restaurant & Bar »

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Movie Theaters

  • Hi-Pointe Theatre

    Hi-Pointe Theatre

    This one-screen historic St. Louis theater is located off McCausland Avenue in Richmond Heights. It's the city's oldest continuously operating theater, and features midnight movie and classic film screenings in addition to first runs, as well as... More on Hi-Pointe Theatre »

  • Wehrenberg Ronnies 20 Cine

    Wehrenberg Ronnies 20 Cine

    This twenty-screen theater is located off South Lindbergh Boulevard in south county. It features Real D 3D, a full-feature IMAX theater, stadium seating, Ronnies Drive In restaurant, Bowlingo miniature bowling, snack bars and an family... More on Wehrenberg Ronnies 20 Cine »

  • Landmark Tivoli Theatre

    Landmark Tivoli Theatre

    This historic St. Louis Landmark three-screen theater is located off Delmar Boulevard in University City. It features digital projection and sound and a snack bar in the lobby that serves concessions as well as beer and wine. It specializes in... More on Landmark Tivoli Theatre »

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Food Trucks

  • Guerrilla Street Food

    Guerrilla Street Food

    That Guerrilla Street Food is a truck might be the least interesting fact about it. From their mobile kitchen, Brian Hardesty and Joel Crespo serve delicious, inventive Filipino fare of a sort rarely (if ever) seen in St. Louis. The signature... More on Guerrilla Street Food »

  • Go! Gyro! Go!

    Go! Gyro! Go!

    Go! Gyro! Go! owner Nick Cowlen grew up in the restaurant business, working for his father at Clayton's Top of the Sevens restaurant. After a spell in real estate, he along with his wife, Laura, launched Go! Gyro! Go! this past fall. The truck's... More on Go! Gyro! Go! »

  • Chop Shop

    Chop Shop

    Eliott Harris won a following for his work behind the sushi bar at Miso on Meramec in Clayton. Now he has gone solo -- and mobile -- with Chop Shop, serving inventive, overstuffed sushi rolls that you can hold in your hand to eat, like a wrap or... More on Chop Shop »

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Coffee Shops

  • Soulard Coffee Garden Café

    Soulard Coffee Garden Café

    The neighborhood of Soulard needs its Coffee Garden. Besides being the area's only true coffeehouse, it's also one of the only places to have breakfast, and almost the only non-bar eatery where a non-bar, non-greasy, non-fried lunch can be had.... More on Soulard Coffee Garden Café »

  • Comet Coffee

    Comet Coffee

    There's coffee, and then there's coffee. The former is typically cheap and exists to get us through the day, while the latter is responsible for swoons and weakened knees at the simple utterance of "Blue Bottle" or "Intelligentsia." The small,... More on Comet Coffee »

  • Annie Moons Bakery and Café

    Annie Moons Bakery and Café

    We've all heard the silly saying, "Never trust a skinny chef." Well, the culinary team at Annie Moons Bakery and Café's collective pants aren't bursting at the seams, but their rotund mascot plays the part. Patrons of the Tower Grove South... More on Annie Moons Bakery and Café »

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    • Molly's in Soulard (816 Geyer Avenue; 314-241-3200) is already known for its Cajun food (fried alligator, anyone?) but new executive chef Bryan Johnson wants to kick things up a notch. An alum of Brasserie by Niche, Broadway Oyster Bar and Central Table Food Hall, Johnson will roll out a new menu May 1. See also: Soulard: A Glutton's Guide to St. Louis' Funnest Neighborhood "Molly's has always had decent food, but we're trying to elevate it," Johnson tells us. "We want to be known for the best Southern and New Orleans cuisine in... More on Molly's in Soulard »

    • We have several restaurant weeks around St. Louis, and it really is a great way to sample all that a neighborhood has to offer. Restaurants prepare special prix fixe menus to give you a taste of the awesome eats. The Hill is celebrating Restaurant Week 2014 until April 27, and we've whittled down the options to the menus we're salivating over. They're all $25 for three courses. See also: The Best Menus at Clayton Restaurant Week 2014Charlie Gitto's (5226 Shaw Avenue; 314-772-8898) Of course Charlie Gitto's is on this list. There are... More on Charlie Gitto's-The Hill »

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