Cini, named for the Italian street food arancini, packs its menu with a variety of these traditional rice balls that are crispy on the outside and packed with fresh veggies and meat on the inside. Guests first pick their cini of choice as their appetizer, with options including the Original packed with sausage and peas, a Primavera cini with zucchini and squash, or the four-cheese rice ball. From there, customers can select a base for their main meal, choosing either a thin-crust wrap called a piadina, a bowl of angel-hair or penne pasta, or a salad bowl of mixed greens. The wrap, pasta, or salad is then topped with a grill item such as meatballs, salmon, or steak and then adorned with a choice of hot or cold sauces such as fresh basil pesto, pomodoro, or creamy parmesan. And for dessert, the meal comes full circle with the addition of a sweet cini stuffed with hazelnut chocolate and sweet arborio rice.
Hotel Ignacio Saint Louis is in the heart of St. Louis, walking distance from Fox Theater and Chaifetz Arena. This hotel is within close proximity of St. Louis Sympony Orchestra and St. Louis University.
Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Relax and take in city views from the privacy of your room. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while 40-inch high-definition televisions with cable programming provide entertainment. Private bathrooms have rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a 24-hour fitness facility, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. This hotel also features gift shops/newsstands and a fireplace in the lobby.
Satisfy your appetite at a coffee shop/café serving guests of Hotel Ignacio Saint Louis. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and a computer station. Event facilities at this hotel consist of banquet facilities and exhibit space. Self parking is available onsite.
Triumph Grill's eclectic menu of lunch and dinner fare tosses a melting pot of international flavors through a sausage grinder of American comfort food for a bold, contemporary dining experience. Upgrade mallrat memories with a shareable starter of Milwaukee’s finest soft pretzels ($6)—served with tangy dijon and Guinness dipping sauce and house-made potato chips—and a cup or bowl of creamy forest mushroom and leek bisque ($4/$5.50) before heading to a savory sandwich, gooey melt, or enticing entree. The smoked shrimp enchiladas ($16)—a shrimp-stuffed crêpe filled with roasted corn, avocado, and green chile cream sauce, with a side of cilantro rice pilaf—whisk rowdy coed taste buds south of the border for spring break, while the grilled vegetable and three-cheese lasagna ($15) sates the sober salivary glands of mature herbivores. Even Triumph's classic burgers showcase culinary imagination; the ISDT Burger ($9) is topped with melty gruyere cheese, caramelized onions, and roasted garlic mayonnaise before luxuriating languidly on a divan of toasted brioche.
Although only 70 visionaries have been inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum, the facility is far from an exclusive club. Its aim is to educate everyone on the importance of photographic history?and people certainly seem interested. In 2013, they donated more than $15,000 dollars through Kickstarter to help build the IPHF's new facility.
Marc Stevens's army of aestheticians—oft referred to as the Care Team—revivifies clients with a full range of salon and spa services for the nails, skin, and hair. Team members continually expand and refine their talents during monthly workshops in which salon innovations and upcoming fanny-pack trends are revealed. Team members at the spa, which has red-tile floors and intricate black chairs, believe that the art of beauty can be tailored to the needs of each client.
Every year, the Riverfront Times polls its readers about their favorite St. Louis music venues, restaurants, bars, and more. And every year, after the editorial team tallies up the votes, they throw a party to honor the city's finest movers and shakers. Once upon a time, those were iron workers and brewers, but today, many honorees have distinctly modern passions, from DJing to making coffee and pouring it into the Internet. Revelers toast to these beloved locals while enjoying live entertainment from past winners, as well as platters of bites from local eateries.