Restaurant's & Dining in St.Louis
St. Louis is famous for its thousand one-of-a-kind restaurants.
So grab a knife and fork and hold on to your tastebuds.
You’re about to be transported to the center of a food-obsessed
community where dining out in style comes as naturally as breathing.
Visitors will find top chefs at St. Louis’ elegant steak houses,
fashionable Euro-style bistros, courtyard cafés and barbecue joints.
New Americans have brought their dining delights to St.
Louis where it’s easy to find the tastes of Asia, India,
Africa and Eastern Europe in the lively neighborhoods.
These savory additions to St. Louis’ culinary culture join Cajun,
Creole and Southern classics that cruised up the Mississippi River
and into kitchens all across the region.
6504 Delmar (in The Loop)
A St. Louis landmark filled with pop culture memorabilia. Photo booth, live music.
Famous for hamburgers, jerk chicken, trout almondine, vegetarian specials, soups and salads.
Creative window displays.
12513 Olive Blvd.
Forty-four different pastas, veal, beef, chicken and fresh seafood.
Five minutes from West Port Plaza.
Dierdorf & Hart's
701 Market St., Downtown St. Louis
Exceptional steaks, seafood, fine wine. Operated by football greats Dan Dierdorf and Jim Hart. Reservations recommended.
601 Olive St.
The Saint Louis Room is a classic restaurant with full menu and salad bar. Papa Fabarre's Restaurant & Bar offers vintage charm, sandwiches, salads and more.
From elegant steak houses to fashionable Euro-style bistros its all here.