Our annual Best of St. Louis issue is a beast to put together. It's triple the size of our regular issue, planning for the special edition begins many months in advance, and nasty office fights break out over who should win "Best Athlete's Butt." But it's all worth it, thanks to you.
The Best of St. Louis 2014 party is finally here, and we couldn't be more excited. Last week brought you the best arts & entertainment, food & drink, people & places and shopping & services, and October 2, we're celebrating. Continue on for the food that will be at the Moto Museum for the party, alo ... More >>
BaiKu Sushi Lounge (3407 Olive Street; 314-977-4411) is opening in the Hotel Ignacio this Monday, October 6, for lunch and dinner. The building also houses the Moto Museum and Triumph Grill. As we reported back in July, Soung Min Lee of Miso and Central Table Food Hall is the executive sushi chef ... More >>
It's finally here -- the Riverfront Times "Best of St. Louis" issue! Our writers and editors have carefully investigated all that St. Louis has to offer over the past few months, from restaurants to shopping to parks and everything in between. Avid Gut Check readers will recognize more than a few of ... More >>
Our extra-thick love letter to St. Louis -- also known as our annual "Best Of St. Louis" issue -- hits stands today! With roughly 250 categories ranging from "Best Politician" to "Best Athlete's Butt," there is plenty of St. Louis' finest to celebrate within. But this is the music blog, where we ar ... More >>
It is Riverfront Times' Best Of season! Each fall we honor the city's favorite restaurants, businesses, politicians, artists, musicians and even athelete's butts with an extra-thick issue bursting at the seams with....well, the very Best that St. Louis has to offer. While that issue is just around t ... More >>
It's that time of year again: we're going to name the best of the best in St. Louis dining with our annual Best of St. Louis issue. What's even better is the celebration to honor the winners. Join Gut Check at the 2014 Best of St. Louis party on October 2 at the Moto Museum (3441 Olive Street; 314-5 ... More >>
The Place: Triumph Grill (3419 Olive Street; 314-446-1801) The Hours: Happy hour is offered Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m., as well as Sunday from 4 p.m. till close. Late-night happy hour is served Monday through Thursday from 8 to 10 p.m. in the bar area only. The Deal: $2 domestic bottle ... More >>
Kristen KlempertTriumph Grill Triumph Grill 3419 Olive Street, Midtown; 446-1801 The Hours: 2-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 5-10 p.m. Sun. The Deal: $10 Schlafly pitchers, $7 PBR and Bud Select pitchers, $5.25 house red or white wine, $3.25 wells, $2.25 domestic bottles, $3 off appetizers
Earlier this week we unveiled our list of the best happy hours in St. Louis. We also told you about where to experience happy hour if you're a foodie intent on trying new cuisines or tasting the top restaurants in town. But where do you go if merely want an inexpensive snack with your booze?Go figur ... More >>
It's that time of week again -- you're hopefully left with at least a few hours of free time where you can decide to do whatever you feel like: No time-sucking birthday lunches, Saturday morning soccer games or shift-covering for your slacker of a coworker. ("How has he not been fired yet?" you may ... More >>
A sneak peek at this week's review of Triumph Grill.
All in the name of hip-hop
Triumph Grill is now open at 3419 Olive Street in Midtown, next-door to the Moto Museum. The restaurant is open 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Thu., 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Fri.-Sat and 5-10 p.m. Sun. The menu is fairly broad. Check out the lunch menu and the dinner menu. Call 314-446-1801 for more information. - Ia ... More >>