We're not sure where it started or when exactly it became a thing, but lately restaurant crawls seem to be all the rage in St. Louis. Pub crawls we understand. But restaurant crawls? Aren't those just glorified progressive dinners? We've been over progressive dinners for a few years now, so what's t ... More >>
Just received a note from restaurateur Eddie Neill informing me that Wm. Shakespeare's Gastropub (601 North Grand Boulevard) has closed. It had been operating on greatly reduced "summer hours." Wm. Shakespeare's opened only last fall in the teeth of the economic downturn, and despite generally po ... More >>
Received an email last week from well-known local restaurateur Eddie Neill, informing me that Wm. Shakespeare's Gastropub (601 North Grand Boulevard; Web site) is switching to summer hours. The Grand Center restaurant is no longer open for lunch and will be open for dinner only before or after theat ... More >>
A sneak peek at this week's review of Wm. Shakespeare's Gastropub.
Now open for dinner at 601 North Grand Boulevard in Grand Center is Wm. Shakespeare's Gastropub, the new venture from Eddie Neill. The Web site is terribly uninformative, but I did manage to spy the menu through the window. A little more variety than most other gastropubs in the area: I saw skate wi ... More >>
This new eatery proves that "casual dining" can still be inventive and chic
Dining at Bryan Carr's polished new establishment is a sweet experience
Leon Bierbaum's renowned namesake restaurant needs some polishing
This summer, the town's top jazz club opens its doors to a wider variety of sounds
Wildly successful restaurateur Eddie Neill does it again -- or does he?
A rundown on the new kids in town
Vince Bommarito of Tony's is known for his goodnatured charm. But there's one thing that makes him hopping mad.
(Comprising a random collection of ingredients from St. Louis food and wine)