We usually chronicle the must-eat events every weekend, but there are so many fun things happening in St. Louis, we've decided to take on the weekday grind. Sometimes it helps us get through the day knowing we have a fabulous dinner or wine tasting to go to that evening. Continue on for our food-rel ... More >>
Pasta is one of the world's most cherished foods. St. Louisans certainly love their pasta and there is almost one Italian restaurant on every block in some neighborhoods. You may not be surprised to learn that there are several restaurants that offer fresh pasta made daily, going that extra mile to ... More >>
You already know we love food. We also love wine. But did you know we love design? The three actually go pretty well together, and all next week they'll be combined in one delicious package. The best chefs in St. Louis are getting together for St. Louis' Food Wine Design event next week. And when we ... More >>
The St. Louis classic Tony's (410 Market Street; 314-231-7007) will undergo 10,000 square feet of renovations beginning in January. This isn't first time Tony's has had an update: executive chef Vince Bommarito tells Gut Check that the forty-plus-year-old restaurant gets a face-lift every eight to t ... More >>
Kopperman's Deli (386 North Euclid Avenue; 314-361-0100) needs somebody young. Somebody willing to work. Somebody who knows how to talk to people. That's what owner Sandford Rich is looking for in a successor. We went to visit Rich at the Central West End mainstay after the Post-Dispatch spotted an ... More >>
Mabel SuenThe Parker's Table storefront with vintage refurbished mail truck turned food cart.Jonathan Parker grew up in markets. As an adolescent, his family owned a small bell foundry and sold utilitarian bronze bells in arts and crafts fairs. Many years later, when he first arrived in St. L ... More >>
The Cheshire Inn lies just within the St. Louis city limits.A committee of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen was informed this month that downtown restaurant stalwart Tony's is expected to vacate its location on Market Street to take up residency at the remodeled Cheshire Inn near the intersec ... More >>
Courtesy of St. Louis County Police DepartmentTimothy Dooley got no love from his powerful brother upon his recent arrest. Amidst all the hubbub surrounding St. Louis police commissioner Vince Bommarito's boo boo last week, nobody except KMOX noticed that a close relative of another public figure ... More >>
SLMPD Bommarito must do what's best for the board, says Hizzoner.In a long chat with Charles Jaco on The Big 550-KTRS just moments ago, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay stopped short of calling for Vince Bommarito's resignation from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department's Board of Commi ... More >>
As previously announced, Busch's Grove closed after dinner service on Saturday. According to Deb Peterson's column in Saturday's Post-Dispatch, Tony's owner Vince Bommarito no longer plans to take over the Ladue landmark. -Ian Froeb
Post-Dispatch business columnist Joe Whittington reports that Tony's owner Vince Bommarito has made a formal offer for Busch's Grove. The Ladue landmark is scheduled to close after service on Saturday, May 24. -Ian Froeb
Tony's, 410 Market Street, 314-231-7007.
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