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 >>
Third Fridays always bring a lot to the table. Embrace the unseasonably warm weather to come this weekend by heading out for some dining and libations. Read on for some tasty recommendations. Among them are Broadway Oyster Bar's Oyster and Crab Legs Festival, a couple of classes and the Loop Ice Car ... More >>
Yes, 2012 has been over for a few weeks now. No, we're not done looking back at it just yet. Don't worry. This isn't another Top Ten list. No, what we have here is Gut Check's annual omnibus listing of every restaurant that opened, closed, both opened and closed, relocated or changed its name in 2 ... More >>
Madonna. Red stiletto heels. Burgers. Hamburger Mary's (3037 Olive Street; 314-533-6279) has all that -- and more. My review of Hamburger Mary's is now available online. Page through for a sneak preview of Jennifer Silverberg's slideshow of the restaurant.
This week I visit Hamburger Mary's (3037 Olive Street; 314-533-6279), the first St. Louis location of a very small national chain that styles itself an "open-minded bar & grill for open-minded people." A sneak preview of my review is after the jump.
The new year began right where the old one ended, with plenty of openings and not many closures. Notable openings included two of Gut Check's most anticipated restaurants of 2012 (that we know of): Root, Brian Hardesty's look at historical American cuisine, and Medianoche, the contemporary Mexican ... More >>
via FacebookHamburger Mary's opened this week at 3037 Olive Street in the ever-burgeoning Midtown Alley area. The original Hamburger Mary's opened in San Francisco in 1972. Though that location has since folded, there are now eleven Hamburger Mary's nationwide.Hamburger Mary's describes itself as ... More >>
Courtesy of Hamburger Mary'sOn the list of things Kansas City has and we don't, St. Louis has some minor scores to settle. Although its headquarters are reticent to justify our victory with 100 percent certainty, all signs point to the fact that the city is the future host of a Hamburger Mary ... More >>