Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Review + Slideshow: The Terrace View

Posted By on Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 10:15 AM

click to enlarge JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Jennifer Silverberg
My review of the Terrace View is now available online. The Terrace View is the restaurant in downtown's new sculpture park, Citygarden, headed by Jim Fiala (the Crossing, Liluma, Acero). In this week's Back of the House slideshow, Jennifer Silverberg gives you a look at the Terrace View's cool interior as well as the food being prepared by its kitchen.

The sculpture on the restaurant wall was created by French artist Fernand Léger in 1952. The artist died three years later. View a Terrace View slideshow. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • The sculpture on the restaurant wall was created by French artist Fernand Léger in 1952. The artist died three years later. View a Terrace View slideshow.
"Adam & Eve" was created by another French artist, Niki de Saint Phalle. It took four years to create (1985-1989) and is made of painted polyester and fiberglass. View a Terrace View slideshow. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • "Adam & Eve" was created by another French artist, Niki de Saint Phalle. It took four years to create (1985-1989) and is made of painted polyester and fiberglass. View a Terrace View slideshow.
Terrace View's walls of windows offer its patrons ample viewing opportunities of our downtown's latest public offering, Citygarden. View a Terrace View slideshow. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • Terrace View's walls of windows offer its patrons ample viewing opportunities of our downtown's latest public offering, Citygarden. View a Terrace View slideshow.
The two sous chefs at Terrace View are left-to-right, Nick Cox and Casey Kohler. Cox attended to L'Ecole Culinaire to study the culinary arts, while Casey studied at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park. And, for all those interested... astrologically, they're both under the sign of Aquarius. View a Terrace View slideshow. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • The two sous chefs at Terrace View are left-to-right, Nick Cox and Casey Kohler. Cox attended to L'Ecole Culinaire to study the culinary arts, while Casey studied at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park. And, for all those interested... astrologically, they're both under the sign of Aquarius. View a Terrace View slideshow.

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