It's finally Oktoberfest! Check out the annual celebration of beer in Soulard, or, if that's not your style, meet St. Louis beekeepers and taste local honey at Extra Virgin. Either way, there's something for everyone this weekend. Read on for our food-related recommendations after the jump. See als ... More >>
The premature ending of Saturday evening's St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival has turned into a public-relations nightmare for organizers of the annual beer celebration in Forest Park.
This weekend, score some free frozen yogurt at Tutti Frutti's one year anniversary celebration, drink up at the St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival, peruse the fourth annual St. Louis Garlic Fest, treat Dad to some barbecue and more. Our recommendations await after the jump. See also: - What's On T ... More >>
Friday (Oct. 12): Food Truck Friday @ Tower Grove Park Head to the park (before doing so requires a parka) for the last major food truck fest of the year. Nibble on quick fixes from Papa Tom's Fancy Franks, Le Food Truck, Sarah's Meltdown and more. As always, admission is free--arrive early! 2 to ... More >>
Goodman: The voice of 2011 Soulard Oktoberfest.You may have already heard them on KTRS, KMOX, The Point, and multiple Clear Channel stations around town. They're ads with the voice of actor -- and native St. Louisan -- John Goodman pitching for Soulard Oktoberfest. "Guten tag!" greets Goodman in ... More >>
Courtesy of the Brewers Heritage FestivalBeing a geek might not be so bad after all, especially if you're a "beer geek." And this weekend at the St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival, beer geeks from all over the city can indulge their inner nerd with beers from seventeen local breweries. This ... More >>
9 p.m. Saturday, March 12. The Old Rock House, 1200 South Seventh Street.
Soulard Oktoberfest: Got milk, er, beer.A few weeks ago Daily RFT reported about Soulard Oktoberfest (going on this weekend) and the controversy surrounding the organization's racy advertisements, featuring buxom frauleins stuffed into kitschy German folk costumes. Well, turns out that St. Louisa ... More >>
Now that I have your attention, take note: The Soulard Oktoberfest may be forced to move downtown this year.Alderwoman Phyllis Young, the Historic Soulard Market Merchant's Association, and a handful of neighborhood residents say the annual festival, now entering its sixth year, has outgrown its loc ... More >>
The dogs are ready
Get set for Olivette
Week of February 23, 2006
And parties! And diamonds!
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