'60s-era diner channels classic Americana with vintage decor, breakfast served day and night, and a jukebox stuffed with old-school tunes
Tiffany's Diner(6.7 miles)
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Tiffany's Original Diner
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Revelers gather in Soulard to celebrate at one of Midwest's largest Oktoberfests, with live bands bratwurst, German pretzels, and beer
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Mizu Sushi Bar
Downtown St. Louis
New menu features Japanese classics such as salmon teriyaki, shrimp tempura & sushi rolls served in unpretentious industrial-style space
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Homage to Ernest Hemingway with subtly complex small plates, craft beers, and seafood sautéed in wine sauce
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Copia Restaurant and Wine Garden
Downtown St. Louis
Chef Dave Rook grounds global accents in rotisserie chicken, house-smoked trout, and barbecue ribs served in wine-country-inspired complex
Anheuser-Busch Biergarten – Up to 43% Off
Beer lovers can sample from over 18 beers on tap paired with our 8-ounce Angus burger.
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French cuisine crafted from local produce, cheese, and meat pairs with an extensive wine list
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The Purple Martin
Neighborhood bistro pairs cocktails and other drinks with Mediterranean-inspired appetizers
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Steak and seafood entrees such as shrimp and clams or Creole-spiced Atlantic salmon; options for lunch or dinner
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T-Bones Natural Meats
Fresh-made, low-fat sausages—including 28 varieties of brats—in natural casings from free-range, natural pork with no nitrates and no MSG
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Flying Cow Frozen Yogurt
An always-changing selection of frozen yogurt can be topped with candy, nuts, fruit, and sauce like chocolate and caramel
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Brunch includes belgian waffles, eggs strata, a rotating carving station, buttermilk biscuits with sausage gravy, and vegetarian pastas
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Friendly's Sports Bar and Grill
Open-faced roast beer, cod filet, and fried chicken at an award-winning sports bar with more than 40 TVs
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Local ingredients fill chicken pot pie and top flatbreads of the day; drinks poured in vintage barware
$20 for Mediterranean Food at Joyia
Forest Park Southeast
Mediterranean kabobs, pizzas, pasta, and small plates at restaurant with live belly-dancing performances
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Comforting dishes such as blackened chicken fettuccine, stuffed burgers topped with shrimp-and-crab sauce, and stuffed potato skins
Italian Cuisine at Giovanni's on the Hill
Giovanni's on The Hill
Dine like a celebrity on Chef Giovanni’s authentic Italian dishes, which have earned praise from Oprah, Bill Clinton, and other celebrities
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Cecil Whittaker's Pizza
Pasta, sandwiches, and famous thin-crust pizzas, including Cecil's Deluxe, Cecil's Veggie, and Cecil's Meat Lover.
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Pita Pit - St. Louis
Mediterranean-inflected pitas stuffed with meat, veggies, and breakfast fixings, drizzled with tzatziki and other savory sauces
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New St. Louis Wok
Tower Grove South
General tso’s chicken, beef and broccoli, and other Chinese classics available for dine-in or carryout
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Mexican favorites, such as shrimp fajitas or steak poblano in zesty tequila sauce, served in a colorful dining room with weekly live music
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Momos Ouzaria Taverna
Greek small plates, known as mezes, including kebabs and gyros
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Hidden Lake Winery and Banquet Center
Hidden Lake Winery
Winery tucked in the Silent Forest features award-winning wines made from local fruit
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Big Daddy's Soulard and Landing
Throw a bash or pub crawl with up to $300 worth of all-you-can-drink libations and appetizers; enjoy classic pub eats at two locations
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Ami's Italian Restaurant
Three types of pizza—New York, Chicago, and St. Louis—served alongside hearty pasta dishes, steaks, and lighter options
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The In Spot Dessert Bar and Lounge
Southern-style snacks complemented by house wine in intimate, romantic lounge replete with leather furniture
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De Palm Tree Restaurant
Akee and saltfish, curry goat, and oxtail stew represent Jamaican delicacies alongside beef patties, jerk chicken, and plantains
The Grill Restaurant – Up to 49% Off
The Grill Restaurant
Expertly prepared dishes inspired by French and Mediterranean flavors are served in a relaxed setting near a roaring fireplace
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Amid 1950s decor, 100% all-natural Angus beef with choice of 30 toppings are paired with fries and 378,000 possible milkshake flavors
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Agostino's Italian Restaurant
Second-generation chef curates a menu of Italian classics as well as a seafood-pasta specialty of his father's own invention
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Fortel's Pizza Den
Crispy, thin pizzas made from dough prepared fresh daily and topped with dozens of toppings and one of seven sauces
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Kirkwood Station Brewing Co.
Rotating selection of 11 draft beers on tap; signature brews include ales, lagers, and seasonal draft beers
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Expert panel assembled by industry insider John Davis handpicks selection of high-quality wines at affordable prices
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Portable, ready-to-eat meals and snacks with no refrigeration or prep needed; 500 calories or fewer with gluten-free, vegan, kosher options
DQ Grill & Chill – Frozen Treats or Three $10 Groupons
DQ Grill & Chill
Blizzards with candy, smoothies with real fruit, Dilly Bars, ice-cream cakes, and more; burgers, fries, and cheese curds round out the menu
50% Off Dinner at John Mineo's Italian Restaurant
John Mineo's Italian Restaurant
Tuxedo-clad servers deliver housemade pastas, veal specialties, and fine wines inside a more than 40-year-old family-owned restaurant
Up to $180 Toward Crab, Lobster, and Fresh Fish
Blue Crab Trading Company
Seafood packages include daily-caught Maryland blue crabs available live or steamed, lobsters, fresh fish, crab, shrimp, and calamari
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Chinese Noodle Cafe
Taiwanese native compiles award-winning Hunan-style Chinese food including egg rolls and vegetarian dishes
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Sisters Tea House
A historic building welcomes visitors to enjoy elegant sandwiches, desserts, and 20 varieties of tea from around the globe
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Heartwood & Oak
Wine specialists curate a large selection of red and white wines from around the world, sending bottles directly to homes or offices
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The Concord Grill
Steak sandwiches and half-pound burgers dressed 45+ ways pair with housemade potato salad and other country-style sides
Up to 60% Cookies, Cakes, and Desserts from David's Cookies
Select from a wide variety of cookies, brownies, cheesecakes, and other baked goods
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Freshly popped kernels in a variety of gourmet flavors from traditional to mojito lime; special lids for Father's Day or any occasion
Half Off at Acapulco Restaurant & Lounge
Acapulco Restaurant & Lounge
Mexican eatery in business 20+ years whips up sizzling fajitas and packed burritos to pair with imported beer and margaritas
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Corned-beef reubens, open-faced roast beef, and meatball sandwiches served on French or wheat bread; freshmade salads and pizzas
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Funny Bone Valley Park
Funny Bone Valley Park
Sip beverages while watching sets from comedians seen on national TV and on local stages
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Enjoy a night out with a group of friends or a date at a sleek nightclub and lounge with regggae nights, DJ sets, and other events
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Amid wall sconces and modern chandeliers, seafood and veal swim in wine sauces alongside sauce-laden pastas and juicy, thick-cut steaks
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The Posh Nosh Deli
Deli sandwiches ranging from classic pastrami to a veggie Reuben topped with homemade russian dressing
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Inside Coco Louco Brasil’s dining room, swirls of aromatic steam dance above platters of fresh seafood and meat skewered and grilled in the traditional Brazilian churrasco style. From behind the full bar, the restaurant's mixologist tops off glasses with cocktails, including the signature Brazilian drink known as the caipirinha. Most weekend nights, a host of live musicians entertain patrons with music ranging anywhere from traditional Brazilian samba to modern pop to playing the Canadian frog xylophone.
Provoke your palate with empanadas de camarão, pastry-encased shrimp, cream sauce, and spicy tomato dipping sauce ($9), or let fresh mussels swim to your belly from a wine-bathed marisco buzios plate ($9). Yemanja Brasil's menu of Brazilian dinner bitables organizes proteins by their proper names: de carno/porco (beef/pork), do mar (seafood), de frango (chicken), or vegetariano. Feijoada de Ogum ($17), Brazil's national dish, is a stew of black beans, dried beef, smoked sausage, and pork ribs with rice and collard greens. Or get mouth mitts on frango minas with shredded chicken in a four-cheese raisin-cream sauce ($16). Vegetarians delight in the curried seasonal vegetables of
arroz feijao botafogo ($11), whereas strict dessertists feel wholly respected with decadent layers of paveé da nena (champagne cookies layered with chocolate, egg-custard cream, and flavored whipped cream topped with chocolate sauce, $6).
Though upgraded and modernized with new amenities, Sam’s Steakhouse is housed in an early-20th-century building and preserves an Old World charm while offering a selection of succulent steaks. Patrons can sidle up to a wooden bar or sit beneath soft track lighting at a table near a gently crackling fireplace. Large banquet settings and private party rooms are also available to host larger parties. Soft music enhances the atmosphere as appetizers such as lobster ravioli and shrimp fromage pave roads toward massive 24-ounce porterhouse steaks and fried lobster tails accompanied by delicate wines.
When most people think of art, their minds may fill with images of famous paintings or sculptures. But at Prime 1000, diners alight on a different kind of art––one the eatery dubs "the art of steak." With this approach, each dish is painstakingly prepared, with special attention paid to its presentation, which may include sprigs of fresh parsley or the autograph of da Vinci across a T-bone. Steaks are carefully selected for their flavor and tenderness, whether they hail from Australia or the nearby grassy fields of Missouri.
Men's men, ladies' men, men's ladies, ladies' ladies, and unusually mature children can all dine in style with today's Groupon. For $20, you get $50 worth of steaks, seafoods, and drinks at Mike Shannon's Steaks and Seafood near Busch Stadium. Your Groupon is good after 4 p.m. in the steakhouse only, so you can use it on either happy hour or dinner.
Since a menu comprised entirely of mouth-watering steak would be both unimaginative and difficult to read if overcooked, Chef Andrew Shrensker lets 15 Steakhouse's diners choose from a wide range of favorably flavored menu options made fresh from rotating, seasonal ingredients. Lead off with some toasted chorizo dumplings dipped in tomato jam ($8)—or skip the appe-teasers entirely and head straight for home plate with options such as build-your-own burgers or one of Jim Edmonds' 14 oz. rib eye steaks ($29). If you want to separate the men from the boys without dividing the turf from the surf, combine beer battered ribs ($9) and pesto crusted salmon ($20). A lengthy list of sides lets you pair your main plate with wild mushrooms, cheddar, garlic or butter mashed potatoes, fries with buttermilk basil peppercorn aioli, or mac 'n' cheese ($5 each).
At Bacana Brasil, diners pay a flat fee for unlimited grilled meats, salads, and side dishes. Grill chefs circulate around the rustic and elegant dining area, slicing meat onto plates until feasters can feast no longer, as indicated by a frowny-faced emoticon painted onto a plate using steak sauce. The focused menu features 13 grilled meats, including top sirloin, fillet, bacon-wrapped chicken, sausage, pork, lamb, shrimp, and brisket. On top of that, patrons can grab unlimited salads, hot side dishes, desserts, and roasted banana and pineapple from a buffet. All-you-can-eat dinners are $29.95 Monday through Thursday nights and $31.95 Friday through Sunday. To help a dry palate or dryer conversation, toss back a glass of Argentinean cabernet ($7), Australian shiraz ($10), or a Brazilian beer such as Xingu Black or Palma Louca ($4 each).
Drawing on his Thai heritage and more than 20 years of experience behind the grill, Executive Chef Manop Vasant showcases the flavors and traditions of Southeast Asia while sizzling up morsels of meat and veggies behind tableside hibachi grills. Chefs showboat as they slice, dice, and sizzle up patrons' meals and incriminating photographs across the hot iron griddles. Kitchen cooks whip up rice noodles and curry, and sushi chefs coil thin, sashimi-style slices of tuna, avocado, and cucumber in edible rice and seaweed cylinders.
Servers bearing 3-foot skewers of slow-cooked meat circulate the dining room looking for green ?go? cards. When diners flash them, they arrive at tables and carve slices of top sirloin, lamb, pork, and chicken?each smoked over mesquite wood?until they?re told to stop. Although the restaurant undoubtedly caters to carnivores, guests who prefer veggies can munch on meatless feasts composed of 35 different items, including caramelized bananas, Brazilian mashed potatoes, and pasta.
After turning in their helmets and shoulder pads, former NFL Cardinal players Dan Dierdorf and Jim Hart opened Dierdorf & Hart's Steakhouse together. Established in 1983, the restaurant pays homage to the football stars' fondness for high-quality steaks with an enduring menu of premium cuts. Executive chef Ryan Boulware ages beef for more than 21 days before directing a kitchen crew to broil the meats under intense heat for optimal flavor and tenderness. The chefs supplement their time-honored menu of tenderloins, filets, and rib eyes with hearty burgers, stacked sandwiches, and fine seafood dishes.
Diners linger over bites within the spacious leather booths of the upscale dining room, where sunlight pours onto soft-green walls and handsome wood trim. From behind an elegant center bar, bartenders dole out draft beer, fine wine, and specialty cocktails. Outside, umbrellas and tables cover an outdoor patio, where a stone fountain flows with crystal-blue water on summer days and green beer on bank holidays.
The chefs at Kobe Steak House of Japan practice the delicious art of teppanyaki grilling. The spectacle happens at every table, where expert personal chefs flip foodstuffs into the air and saut? veggies before diners' very eyes. Specialties on the dinner menu include the filet and scallops combo and the USDA strip-loin steak and salmon pairing. Vegetarians can consider the veggie delight platter, with ingredients cooked until crispy-tender. Purists at heart, the staffers reject the use of microwaves and prosthetic extra arms in cooking, and all of their sauces are prepared in-house with fresh ingredients.
Bathed in smoky red and blue lighting like the jazz clubs of yore, Cupids Steakhouse literally glows with a purple, royal elegance. The grand piano, surrounded by a low wall of blue-lit glass blocks, waits stoically for the touch of a performer, while the sharply dressed wait staff hustle around it. They cater fine steaks and seafood from kitchen to table, followed by the wafting aromas of filet mignon, New Zealand lamb chops, and buttery king crab legs.
Nestled in the Silent Forest?a place rich with local legends and tall tales?Hidden Lake Winery and Banquet Center carves out a cozy spot among the canopy of trees. The rustic lodge plays host to tastings where folks sample a selection of the winery's award-winning, hand-crafted wines. Each of the varietals is made from locally-grown fruits and bottled on-site. On weekends, chefs craft dishes from a quaint menu to pair with the wines, such as artisanal flatbreads, spinach-artichoke dip, and crispy deep-fried ravioli. For folks who'd like to make a weekend of it, Hidden Lake opens up deluxe cabins complete with jacuzzis and fireplaces.
When Chef Sam Donehue bought the Kaullen Mercantile Company building, he was amazed at how many architectural flourishes remained intact from its original 19th-century incarnation. A scrolled iron balcony and fluted iron columns graced the 10,000-square foot facility, evoking the German Vernacular style as tastefully as the foyer’s countless still-life paintings of schnitzel. Chef Donehue opted to restore many of the other details, from the dining room’s cross-sawed red oak floors to the elegant gallery porch. With these renovations, O’Donoghue’s Steaks and Sea Food was born.
Today, Chef Donehue complements his restaurant’s classical décor with old-fashioned—yet ever-delicious—steaks and seafood entrees. Drawing upon 25 years of culinary experience, he crafts mouthwatering Kansas City strip steaks and grilled tilapia. His salads come with a choice of six house-made dressings, including sweet poppy seed and spicy honey jalapeño.