Come to J Fires' Market Bistro to grab an American classic with a side of fries.
What can you eat at J Fires' Market Bistro if you're gluten-free? Plenty. Come on in for some tasty meals.
You'll find a wonderful selection of drinks from this restaurant's full bar to top off your meal.
Take the kids along too — this restaurant is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love.
Free wifi is on hand here as well.
J Fires' Market Bistro is a great location to host a group dinner.
J Fires' Market Bistro is the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal outside (weather permitting).
Pups of all sorts are also welcome at the restaurant.
Great food is best enjoyed comfortably, so J Fires' Market Bistro encourages less-than-fancy attire.
No time to sit down? No worries! This restaurant offers a take out option so you can grab your food on the go.
That's right! J Fires' Market Bistro will bring their delicious food to your house for any occasion.
Free parking is available in the adjacent lot.
Heading to J Fires' Market Bistro? Hop aboard one of the many nearby transit options, including N Market St. @ Covington (2X), N Market St. @ Plaza Dr. (2X), and N Market St. @ Pautler Pl (2X).
If cycling is more your speed, you'll find plenty of space to stash your bike outside the restaurant.
J Fires' Market Bistro's mid-priced fare will typically cost you about $30 per person or less.
You can pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or any major credit card.
A hearty salad, juicy burger, or classic chicken — all of your favorite American dishes will be made fresh when you head to J Fires' Market Bistro.
You deserve an excellent meal, so head on over to J Fires' Market Bistro and enjoy some of the highly-rated American fare.
So switch up your normal lunch routine and stop by J Fires' Market Bistro for a trendy American dish.
Gallagher’s Restaurant is awash in Waterloo and St. Louis history from its foundation on up to its newly opened third floor. Situated in a building built in 1870 with its original bar intact, the eatery is full of artifacts collected by owners John and Susie Gallagher over two decades. The balcony and bar feature original railings from the 1908 McKinley Bridge, the booths are made out of pocket doors from the Chase Park-Plaza Hotel, and the tables are repurposed bowling lanes from the old Bee Hive Bowl. To construct their masterpiece, the Gallagher family poured their own efforts into the building, doing almost all the physical labor themselves with help from their nephews, five sons, and other family members.
Inside that history-laden interior, servers bustle around with plates of hearty American fare and juicy eight-ounce burgers. Smoke-cured pork chops claim myriad state fair accolades for their glaze of sweet and sour peach sauce, and the chefs carefully stacks burgers with shiitake mushroom sauce and brie or an enchanting combo of cayenne candied bacon with cheddar or blue cheese. Every Sunday, the restaurant serves fried chicken dinners that were judged the best in the area by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, which noted the flavorful blend of spices in the batter.
Joe Boccardi's Ristorante is creating innovative Italian dining with fresh takes on classic dishes.
This place will leave you feeling satisfied no matter what kind of dietary needs you have.
Complement your meal with a beer or wine from this restaurant's delightful drink menu.
Don't miss out on the private room at Joe Boccardi's Ristorante — you'll want to reserve the space the next time you and your whole crew need a place to celebrate together.
Open air seating is ready for diners at Joe Boccardi's Ristorante when the weather is warm.
Casual clothing is the name of the game at Joe Boccardi's Ristorante, where suits and ties won't be spotted for miles.
Short on time? Don't wait for a driver — pick it up yourself.
Joe Boccardi's Ristorante can also cater your next party; call today for details.
At Joe Boccardi's Ristorante, you can find ample parking that is readily available any time of day.
Take public transit and take a break from the wheel; stops are not far from Joe Boccardi's Ristorante at N Main St. @ W Legion Ave. (2X), N Main St. @ E Legion Ave. (2X), and S Main St. @ E Cherry St. (2X).
Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at Joe Boccardi's Ristorante running under $30 per person.
So head on over to Joe Boccardi's Ristorante and send your taste buds on a delicious trip to Italy.
Visit Columbia's Bully's Smokehouse for fresh ribs that fall off the bone, sweet corn and homemade baked beans.
Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on this restaurant's menu.
Seating is readily available at Bully's Smokehouse for those with large parties.
Get online for free courtesy of Bully's Smokehouse's wifi.
Come order a flavorful feast at Bully's Smokehouse, and sit outside if it's nice!
Bully's Smokehouse's business casual policy makes it the perfect place for a number of occasions.
Bully's Smokehouse is known for serving great food, and they are able to serve it at your next event with their excellent catering.
No delivery needed. In and out for carryout.
Score parking in the lot adjacent to Bully's Smokehouse, a local restaurant.
Store your bike at one of the many racks outside of Bully's Smokehouse.
Bully's Smokehouse s moderately-priced platters and top-notch taste bring foodies back to Bully's Smokehouse time and time again.
If you're looking to rack up your frequent flyer miles, feel free to pay by major credit card.
If you want finger-licking good barbecue, it's clear you'll want to head straight to Bully's Smokehouse.
Visit Reifschneider's Grill and Grape and indulge in some good old-fashioned American cuisine.
Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to this restaurant — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks.
Surf the web from your tablet or laptop on Reifschneider's Grill and Grape's complimentary wifi.
Don't stay inside on a beautiful day! Come sit on the patio at Reifschneider's Grill and Grape and order great food.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go.
Reifschneider's Grill and Grape is located near endless parking possibilities, allowing drivers to park with ease.
Public transit is conveniently located next to Reifschneider's Grill and Grape, with nearby stops at N Main St. @ W Gundlach St. (2X), N Main St. @ E Voges St. (2X), and N Main St. @ E Vogt St. (2X).
Typical diners should plan to spend about $30 per person on Reifschneider's Grill and Grape's moderately priced fare.
For lunch or dinner, make plans to try Reifschneider's Grill and Grape.
Reifschneider's Grill and Grape has something for everyone with great American fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Enjoy a large array of finger food at Columbia's Tiny's Pub & Grill, a local pub.
With G-free dishes and fare that's low in fat, you won't feel guilty about dining out at Tiny's Pub & Grill.
Order a bottle for the table if you like — this restaurant has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more.
At Tiny's Pub & Grill, there's no need to confine your meal to a traditional dining room — outdoor seating is available when the weather is warm.
Stay connected at no cost thanks to Tiny's Pub & Grill's wifi.
No time to sit down? No worries! This restaurant offers a take out option so you can grab your food on the go.
Parking has never been easier at Tiny's Pub & Grill, a restaurant located near a variety of parking selections.
At Tiny's Pub & Grill, bikers can lock their bikes safely outside.
A visit to Tiny's Pub & Grill will set you back less than $30 per person, so you can make it a regular part of your schedule.
Tiny's Pub & Grill certainly has all your pub favorites to make an evening comfortable for the whole gang!
If you’re anything like me, you probably plan your vacations by giving as much consideration to the things you’re planning to eat as the things you’re planning to see. A mere five-hour Amtrak ride from downtown Chicago, St. Louis certainly has enough to recommend it as a foodie destination—after all, the Missouri state food is the ice-cream cone. But one cannot live on gooey butter cake alone (I’ve tried), and a weekend spent scaling giant arches and navigating caves in City Museum demands substantial sustenance.Below, I’ve highlighted six restaurants in Saint Louis that wowed me on a trip to the Gateway City—make it your manifest destiny to try them all.Sweetie Pie's (4270 Manchester St.)This soul-food eatery is famous for its ultra-creamy macaroni and cheese, which is made with four kinds of cheese—including copious amounts of Velveeta. But the thing that really sets this mac over the top is its crispy golden-brown crust. The staff here know that, so they make sure every helping includes some of that burnt cheesy goodness as they pile it onto plates alongside crispy fried catfish, corn bread, and other sides like candied yams or collard greens.Juniper (360 N. Boyle Ave.)Regardless of what you order here, you’ll want to start with the breadbasket. No, it’s not free, but then this isn’t your average cradle of dinner rolls either. For $9, you’ll get a wooden board loaded with buttermilk biscuits, angel biscuits (which are light, airy, and made with lard), green onion–studded hush puppies, a giant wedge of corn bread, and a mammoth fluffy popover. Sides of housemade jam and butter complete the comfort-food spread. You can also save room for dessert by getting a half order—trust me, the bacon-bourbon ice cream’s worth it.The Mud House (2101 Cherokee St.) The Mud House has everything you could want in a neighborhood coffee shop: exposed-brick walls with lots of nooks for reading, creative drinks, and close proximity to shopping—it’s located on St. Louis’s famous Cherokee Antique Row. But its kitchen kicks things up a notch by serving hearty breakfast and lunch fare, like thick-cut brioche french toast topped with apple-cider syrup (pictured above). As for coffee, the shop offers some unique flavored options, including a lavender mocha and a rosemary latte. I don’t typically enjoy sugary coffee drinks, but the rosemary latte had only a hint of sweetness, and the herbal notes contrasted nicely with the rich bitter coffee.Bogart's Smokehouse (1627 S. 9th St.)You can smell Bogart’s before you see it. Walking down 9th Street, you can almost picture the smoky, meaty scent moving toward you, waving cartoon-like fingers under your nose, and beckoning you inside. Brisket, burnt ends, and pastrami are all popular, but the star attraction is, of course, the ribs. These are cooked until they bear a perfect pink smoke ring, then finished with an apricot glaze and “brûléed” to create a slightly caramelized crust. If you like your ribs on the saucy side, you can do that yourself by picking one (or several) of the bottled sauces on each table.Planter's House (1000 Mississippi Ave.)I could go on for hours about the perfectly cooked lamb loin I had here—in fact, I think I did in a post-dinner phone call to my mom. I might have also waxed poetic about the smoked fingerling potatoes or about the donuts, which were filled with pineapple jam and molasses cream and were the best I’ve ever eaten in my life. But at its heart, Planter’s House is about craft cocktails, and they don’t disappoint. On my visit, I tried the Manhattanite, a modern take on the classic manhattan made with Rittenhouse rye, house sweet vermouth, and chocolate bitters. The chocolate comes through front and center, giving the drink incredible richness. Any lingering bitterness was balanced by a slight caramel-y finish that came courtesy of an orange peel that was torched tableside, then extinguished in the drink.Rooster (1104 Locust St.)This downtown breakfast spot specializes in crepes of both the sweet and savory variety. There are plenty of options to tempt you in either direction: crepes stuffed with cheddar and Missouri-made german sausage, for example, or with caramelized bananas and blueberry mascarpone. But if you’re torn between both sides of the menu, the raspberry, basil, and ricotta crepes are a good bet. The crepes themselves aren’t particularly sweet, and the bright herbal notes from the basil are a nice balance to the tart raspberries. They’ll also fill you up without weighing you down, which might be exactly what you need after several days of barbecue.Photo credit: Shannon Grilli, Groupon