Cherry on Top

We're over the moon for this delectable new fusion spot

Red Moon's wine list is curated by a bona fide sommelier, Timothy Oliver Lee, another big-city something rarely seen around these parts. Grouped under clever adjectives like "aromatic," "spicy" and "jammy," Lee's list fires on all cylinders, encompassing the up-to-the-minute (a quartet of California and Oregon pinot noirs, ranging from $32 to $98, for Sideways wannabes), the thrifty-chic (an amiable Jacob's Creek grenache-shiraz blend for $24), the classic (Veuve Cliquot, anyone?) and plenty of fine-everyday-drinking choices. On weekends Lee works the floor, sniffing out fellow wine enthusiasts and talking shop with them.

Red Moon adds yet another name to St. Louis' impressive, steadily growing roster of inventive new restaurants, those on par with marquee names nationwide, those whose chefs and owners delight in their own distinctive, personal, headstrong visions -- spots like An American Place, Mirasol, Iron Barley. Red Moon is the party animal of the group, the one who makes sure everyone's having a good time. Best of all, in St. Louis, everyone's invited to the party.

Moon rocks: Server Abigail Heinz guides guests 
through a heavenly dining experience.
Mark Gilliland
Moon rocks: Server Abigail Heinz guides guests through a heavenly dining experience.

Location Info


Red Moon Restaurant

1500 St. Charles St.
St. Louis, MO 63103-1868

Category: Restaurant > Asian

Region: St. Louis - South Grand

Iron Barley

5510 Virginia Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63111

Category: Bars and Clubs

Region: St. Louis - South City

An American Place-Indigo Lounge

822 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63101

Category: Restaurant > American

Region: St. Louis - Washington Avenue


Chicken nems $8
Crab cake $11
Red snapper $24
Osso buco $17

314-436-9700. Hours: Lunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Dinner 5-10 p.m. Mon.-Thu., 5-11 p.m. Fri.-Sat.

1500 St. Charles Street

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