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SqWires

SqWires

Built into part of the renovated Western Wire Products factory in Lafayette Square, SqWires focuses on simple, spirited food.
Tick Tock Tavern

Tick Tock Tavern

Thanks to south city entrepreneurs, Tick Tock Tavern received a refreshing revival, opening for the first time since the '90s in its original space. For a snack, just head next door to Steve's Hot Dogs for a wiener with the works.
Unkle Munkey's Coin Club

Unkle Munkey's Coin Club

Traditional American comfort food, beer and a full bar await inside this family-friendly Edwardsville "beercade" alongside more than forty classic arcade cabinets, pinball machines and amusements

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  • Boathouse

    Boathouse

    6101 Government Drive St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-367-2224

    http://www.boathouseforestpark.com Forest Park's Boathouse lies in the heart of the park, nestled near the art museum and zoo, making it an easy go-to for weary, hungry park visitors. The patio sits next to Post-Dispatch Lake, where paddle boaters cruise by during the summer/early fall. The menu provides options for all ages, with salads, pizzas, sandwiches and a separate kids' menu. The outdoor bar offers cold beverages for those who are waiting for a table or just want to sit outside and take in the surroundings. Read more about Boathouse >>

  • Eclipse

    Eclipse

    6177 Delmar Blvd. University City, MO 63112
    314-726-2222

    http://www.eclipsestlouis.com As you might expect from the man who brought St. Louis Blueberry Hill and the Pin-Up Bowl, the restaurant inside the Moonrise Hotel features plenty of retro kitsch: paintings of ray guns and rockets, moon- and space-related tchotchkes behind glass. The menu veers toward contemporary bistro cuisine, including steak frites, roasted chicken and trout grilled on a plank. Appetizers include a topnotch (and spicy!) calamari starter in jalapeno-garlic butter and a lobster beignet (basically, lobster in a doughnut). Breakfast and lunch are served daily. The cocktail menu is excellent. For a change, try the Blood & Sand, a Scotch-based creation infused with citrus and herbs. In addition, the rooftop offers unmatched views of “one of the 10 Great Streets in America” (dubbed by the American Planning Association) all the way to the arch underneath a rotating moon, said to be the world’s largest. The newly opened New Moon Room offers an additional all-season indoor/outdoor space with bottle service. Read more about Eclipse >>

  • Highlander Pub & Grill

    Highlander Pub & Grill

    5656 Oakland Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-644-4646

    http://www.highlanderpubandgrille.com Formerly home to Krieger's, the restaurant adjacent to the Hampton Inn on the site of the old Barn is now the Highlander Pub & Grill, a Celtic-leaning sports bar and restaurant. Various sporting events project onto the large screens above the bar while the many other TVs throughout the restaurant also air hockey, football, soccer and whatever other sports are on. The menu includes a few Celtic-inspired dishes, such as Scotch eggs and shepherd's pie, but also embraces its St. Louis home with St. Louis-style pizza, T-ravs (available with beef or cheddar and jalapeno) and a section of the menu called "a touch of the Hill" featuring pastas and other Italian dishes. Read more about Highlander Pub & Grill >>

  • Siam

    Siam

    4121 Manchester Road St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-533-7426

    https://www.siamstl.com Owners Steven Preston and Ron Bray wanted to bring a different kind of entertainment experience to St. Louis. Siam is their experiment. The restaurant, bar and nightclub wants patrons to eschew labels (gay or straight, restaurant or club) and just come out for some good food and dancing. Chef Tyler Davis’ pan-Asian menu features fusion interpretations of classic comfort food. The Korean fried chicken, or “KFC,” drizzled with a sweet soy reduction, is an Eastern take on the chicken wing. Likewise, the “Umami Sliders” dress up the classic bar staple with housemade tofu, sweet tomato jam, fried shallots and wild mushrooms. Most notable is the kimchi hot pot, a steaming dish of pork-infused broth that teems with house-fermented vegetables, spinach, leeks and pork belly. Siam also serves a comprehensive sushi selection; the spicy crab and baked scallop salad on the “Goku roll” makes it a must-try. Do not pass on the desserts. Formerly a pastry chef, Davis’ creativity is on full display with offerings such as plum wine poached pears with mascarpone cheese. If the weather permits, dine on the patio, then head to the dance floor to work off what you ate. Read more about Siam >>

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