Kimcheese serves each order of Asian-Mexican fusion food under the guiding principle that fresh, handmade food makes for better a meal. The Korean barbecue burgers, tacos, and burritos are filled with hearty ribeye beef marinated in a house sauce. And the fixings receive the same care and consideration: The staff makes pico de gallo in-house, heats tortillas, and slices up fresh vegetables twice per day.
There are dartboards and pool tables aplenty inside J.P's, a down-to-earth sports bar with a model pub menu. Chase your game with a sourdough BLT or a thin-crust pizza with five kinds of meat. Or, pig out on pork wings and a big plate of nachos supreme. Chicken sandwiches get their own category here; you'll find six varieties, including grilled chicken, grilled blackened chicken, and you know what, I could really go for some grilled chicken. If the weather's fair, head outside to the beer garden for the alfresco version of J.P's.
At The Crow’s Nest, visitors relax with glasses of frosty craft beers as they tuck into comforting dishes of peach cobbler, fish po’ boys, and juicy burgers. Like a blank-verse love poem carved into a slice of bologna, the menu blends familiar cuisine with touches of elegance, dressing up tasty dishes of meatloaf with a green peppercorn and black cherry crust, or serving barbecue pulled pork shoulder on fluffy loaves of brioche. Vintage band posters line the walls of the tavern-like confines, with diners perched upon blacktopped barstools. The youthful rock ‘n’ roll atmosphere further shines during hearty Heavy Metal Sunday brunches of burgers and omelets, weekly Taco Tuesday celebrations, and Thursday night trivia competitions.
Through an elegant menu and an extensive wine list, founders J. Kim Tucci and Joseph Fresta make it easy and delicious for Missouri locals to celebrate the regional traditions of Italy. With each week punctuated by a special Sunday-brunch menu, Tucci & Fresta’s regular offerings range from its trademark pork chops milanese to Italian-style grilled cheeses at lunch. Traditional drinks and desserts, including lemoncello and pistachio gelato, lend meals a sweet finish.:m]]
Name any way of cooking chicken, and chances are that the culinary team at Big A's on the Riverfront has thought of it. The gastropub's cooks specialize in a variety of chicken preparations, from dusting birds in Memphis dry rub to coating them with a teriyaki glaze. Their crowning chicken achievement, however, remains wings tossed in a choice of eight sauces, including the extra-spicy "Fire," a safer alternative to eating wings right off a fireplace poker. And those wings are served sided with plenty of praise?the BCI Annual Wing Dings competition has honored Big A's entries on eight separate occasions.
The specially-prepared poultry arrives tableside along with other bar food classics, including including acclaimed burgers and certified Angus steaks topped with house-made garlic butter. A sippable selection of domestic, imported, and craft brews wait to be raised in toasts. Big A's environment is as unpretentiously warm as the dishes it serves, featuring exposed brick walls, flat-screen televisions, and pool tables.
Located near Lindenwood University, University Diner serves up homestyle cuisine classics alongside hookahs packed with fragrant shisha. In the morning, cooks griddle loaded omelets and sirloin steak breakfast skillets. Later in the day, they grill burgers and prepare hearty entrees such as grilled pork chops with mashed potatoes and carrots. As an added convenience, the eatery stays open 24 hours a day Thursday–Saturday.