Food & Drink in Saint Charles


Casual American Pub Food at Bemo's (Up to 46% Off). Four Options Available.

Bemo's

Bemo's

Wide selection of appetizers, burgers, pastas, classic comfort foods, and a global wine list

$35 $19

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Pub Food at Big A's on the Riverfront (Up to 46% Off)

Big A's on the Riverfront

Big A's on the Riverfront

Pub serves up award-winning wings, burgers, and certified Angus steaks in casual setting

$24 $13

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Beer Tasting, Beer and Appetizers, or Dinner at The Tap Restaurant + Brewery (Up to 47% Off). Four Options Available.

The TAP Restaurant + Brewery

The TAP Restaurant + Brewery

Sample house-brewed beers and take home souvenir glasses, pair draft beer with appetizers, or dig into a four-course pub lunch or dinner

$37.50 $20

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Traditional American Food for Two or Four at Ruebel Restaurant (40% Off)

Ruebel Restaurant

Ruebel Restaurant

This restaurant located inside the historic Ruebel Hotel features classic American fare such as Angus burgers and cornmeal crusted catfish

$30 $18

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$11 for 20 Chicken Wings and Bucket of Beers at Show-Me's ($27 Value)

Show-Me's

Show-Me's St. Charles

Boned or boneless wings with sauces that include honey mustard, spicy barbecue, and garlic parmesan and more

$27 $11

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One or Three $15 Vouchers for Sports Bar Cuisine at Field Box (50% Off)

Field Box

Saint Charles

Guests build their own burger or nosh on kabobs and mini tacos in sports-themed restaurant

$15 $7.50

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$17 for Pizza and Beer at Misty Nights Bar & Grill ($34 Value)

Misty Nights Bar & Grill

Saint Charles

Pizzas baked in a brick oven pair with domestic brews at a pub with free pool tables and karaoke Thursday–Saturday

$34 $17

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Select Local Merchants

  • Noboleis Vineyards
    The old mulberry tree at the top of Noboleis Vineyards—the same creature that graces the estate's wine labels—symbolizes the endurance of Robert and Lou Ann Nolan in pursuing their dream to own a vineyard. After purchasing a 74-acre expanse of Augusta farmland in 2005, the Nolans planted their first grapes: chambourcin, traminette, norton, and vignoles. Initial growth indicated high yields, but a late frost in 2007 claimed most of the chambourcin crop. Adversity struck again in 2011, when a tornado tore through part of the vineyards and lifted sections of roof off of the winery. But between these setbacks, the Nolans built a steady string of accomplishments. Their first vintages claimed multiple awards at the 2010 Missouri Governor's Cup, and what had started as plain farmland grew into an estate encompassing an onsite winery, tasting room, cafe, and wine shop. The Nolans now lead tours and host tastings so that visitors can get an up-close look at how Noboleis's wines—such as the barrel-fermented vidal blanc—are produced without tickling the grapes. The indoor and outdoor grounds also regularly host events that range from weddings to live music performances.
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    100 Hemsath Road
    Augusta, MO US
  • Smashburger - Denver
    Smashburger isn't just the name—it's the way chefs, otherwise known as Burger Smashers, cook every burger. First, they form never-frozen, 100% Certified Angus Beef into a giant meatball. Then they season it, place it on a butter-glazed grill, and smash it into a patty. The process caramelizes the beef, locking in flavor while keeping the meat juicy and tender. Each slab is then sandwiched in an artisan bun and is turned into one of an array of standard burgers or locally inspired specialties unique to each market. This handcrafting approach typifies everything else the restaurant does, from blending handspun shakes to hand painting Smashburger's logo onto every beverage cup. Letting its food stand for itself and relying mostly on word of mouth for advertising, the Smashburger franchise expanded from one restaurant in 2007 to 220 today, with its swift growth from zero to 100 stores making it one of the nation's fastest-growing restaurant companies. This rapid development even caught the attention of Forbes and Inc. along the way.
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    1981 Zumbehl Road
    St. Charles, MO US
  • A'mis Italian Restaurant O'Fallon Location
    Winner of Mid Rivers Magazine's 2009 award for Best Pizza, A'mis Italian Restaurant garners compliments from area natives and transplants for its kitchen's mastery of regional pizzas ranging from hand-tossed New York?style pies to Chicago?style pizzas baked in a deep pie dish. St. Louis pizzas sport a thin-crust base that's sprinkled with a blend of provel cheese and mozzarella. All pizza dough is baked fresh every day in a brick oven. Entrees also include steak and pasta dishes, as well as lighter dinner options, such as grilled chicken or poached cod, that give diners fewer calories and grant increased aptitude for speaking in fishtongue.
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    3728 Monticello Plaza
    O'Fallon, MO US
  • Undertow Restaurant
    Undertow Restaurant serves up its succulent seafood and tasty American fare just a block from the banks of the Missouri River. Chefs deep-fry maritime appetizers such as jalapeno-stuffed shrimp poppers, and pizzas made to order can serve as warm, fragrant baby blankets in a pinch, with toppings such as bacon and green peppers. Undertow Restaurant accommodates nocturnal revelry, keeping its doors open until 2 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
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    142 N Main St
    Saint Charles, MO US
  • Wang Gang Asian Eats
    Simply great, fire made dishes that are made of REAL ingredients, not processed this, processed that. Try the BEST Crab Rangoon hand rolled in our kitchen. All sauces are scratch made and meats hand cut to produce the finest, freshest, and fast casual food you've ever had - leave the burger for the weekend, try us today!
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    2009 Zumbehl Rd
    Saint Charles, MO US
  • Magpie's Restaurant
    For almost 30 years, Magpie's Restaurant has catered to the surrounding community, but even this decades-old legacy pales in comparison to the legacy of the building that it occupies. Deeply Rooted in the Past The aromas of homemade cooking and an aura of local legend both emanate from Magpie's Restaurant, situated on historic Main Street. The building dates to the Louisiana Purchase, in fact, it once served as the home of the Spanish governor. Somewhere between then and now, it also became known as "the witches' house," and the owner says she herself has witnessed "unexplainable occurrences" and a few spooked guests in the decades since Magpie's opened. Statesmen and witches aside, the building remains true to its roots. The patio is paved with cobbestones, with eight-foot fire pits roaring during the winter and a lush canopy of foliage shading the space when it's warm. From time to time, it hosts live musical performances, creating an idyllic setting for a night out. When it's warm, your meal may even be prepared outdoors: a grill sears fish for tacos and other meats. Magpie's Comfort Foods The menu at Magpie's Restaurant has nearly as timeless a feel as the ambience. Baked-potato soup and house-made quiche and desserts are perennial crowd-pleasers, but the kitchen's always adding new influences to the menu. Mediterranean sunshine beams through the lasagna florentine with house-made italian sausage and the flatbread pizzas, topped with pesto, sun-dried tomatoes, feta, and kalamata olives. Cajun-inspired dishes such as shrimp-and-andouille pasta also add variety to a selection of familiar American comfort foods, such as chicken and rolled dumplings and pot roast.
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    903 S Main St
    Saint Charles, MO US

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