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    FoodWire: Bistro Alexander Closed?

    My Post-Dispatch counterpart, Joe Bonwich, broke the possible news on his Off the Menu blog yesterday: Clayton's Bistro Alexander (7927 Forsyth Boulevard) seems to have closed. I swung by this morning for a look, and while the tables remain set, artw...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 27, 2009 @ 2:45 pm
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    FoodWire: Local-Food Fair at Busch's Grove Tomorrow

    Got word from Sarah Vickers, manager of the Market at Busch's Grove (9160 Clayton Road) that efforts are underway to proffer as many locally-produced wines and foods as possible at the upscale grocery. Tomorrow, in fact, the market is hosting a l...

    @ Gut Check by Kristen Hinman on March 27, 2009 @ 1:45 pm
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    The Dive Bomber: Weber's

    No, the Dive Bomber didn't get confused and visit the popular Webster Groves sports bar. This Weber's is tucked behind the new Billy Goat Chip Company on Macklind at Loughborough. I visited Weber's with my friends Deborah and Larry on a March Madness...

    @ Gut Check by Robin Wheeler on March 27, 2009 @ 12:25 pm
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    The Morning Brew: Friday, 3.27

    A new report from the Department of Health and Human Services finds a lack of proper record-keeping on safety issues throughout the food chain. (Reuters) NBC has canceled superstar chef Marco Pierre White's first U.S. cooking show, Chopping Block,...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 27, 2009 @ 11:35 am
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    Budweiser, Champagne, Missouri Pecans... What's in a Name?

    Barham at the Columbia Farmers' Market one Saturday morning Reading earlier today about how Anheuser-Busch InBev has lost another round in European courts over the use of the name "Budweiser" in Europe reminded me of the very swell time I had rep...

    @ Gut Check by Kristen Hinman on March 26, 2009 @ 7:00 pm
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    A Table for How Many? at Nipa Hut

    Nipa Hut 1810 Woodson Road, Overland 314-423-1850 Time to Call in the Extra Server This may be a Dinner Club first. Our group of twenty-three was too big for one server, so a pinch hitter was called in to help. She must have lived nearby because ...

    @ Gut Check by Stefani Pollack on March 26, 2009 @ 5:37 pm
  • From Mexico to SoCo: How did fast-food chain El Pollo Loco fare on the long journey?


    From Mexico to SoCo: How did fast-food chain El Pollo Loco fare on the long journey?

    Fast food isn't typical territory for this column, but El Pollo Loco isn't the typical fast-food chain. Though now based in Costa Mesa, California, it wasn't founded there. In fact, it wasn't founded in the United States, period. It's a rare specime...

    by Ian Froeb on September 2, 2009
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    Gut Check: Dorm Room dinnertime!

    As I waddled back to my car after the latest Dorm Room dinner at Lafayette Square's 33 Wine Shop & Tasting Bar, the evening air thick with wood smoke from the grill where Marc Baltes was braising pork shoulder for the next seating, I wondered which ...

    by Ian Froeb on September 2, 2009
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    Dining by Delorean: Asia

    Ian hops in Gut Check's time machine and returns to restaurants Riverfront Times has reviewed in the past. It's fitting that I'm visiting Lumire Place for this inaugural installment of Dining by Delorean. Casinos operate outside the usual space-tim...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 26, 2009 @ 4:02 pm
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    Gateway Grizzlies, the Gauntlet Has Been Thrown Down

    The West Michigan Whitecaps, a minor-league affiliate of the Detroit Tigers, will offer a 4,800-calorie burger at its stadium this season. (MSNBC) The 4-pound, $20 burger features five beef patties, five slices of cheese, nearly a cup of chili and l...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 26, 2009 @ 12:00 pm
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    The Morning Brew: Thursday, 3.26

    Yet another call for the government to create a new food-safety organization. (HealthDay News) Ethiopia suspends all exports of coffee. (New York Times) Food costs have decreased, but lower revenues mean restaurants are still struggling. (Reuters) ...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 26, 2009 @ 10:59 am
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    Java Enabled: The Caf, Unplugged

    I sit at the mouth of the winding Alice in Wonderland hallway that once bridged the two halves of Kaldi's Coffeehouse on DeMun Avenue. A black power cord snakes from my old clunker of a laptop, across the cracked and paint-splattered concrete floor, ...

    @ Gut Check by Zach Dyer on March 25, 2009 @ 6:07 pm
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    La Dolce Via Festivities Continue!

    Marcia Sindel, La Dolce Via's resident baking genius. Remember La Dolce Via (4470 Arco Avenue, web site), the much-beloved Forest Park Southeast bakery and cafe that recently reopened after a two-month absence for remodeling? Home of the finest s...

    @ Gut Check by Aimee Levitt on March 25, 2009 @ 3:01 pm
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    The Morning Brew: Wednesday, 3.25

    The need to reduce meat consumption in the developed world needs to be balanced against the need for meat in the developing world. (BBC News) AB InBev loses another round of its ongoing copyright battle over the Budweiser brand in Europe. (Reuters...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 25, 2009 @ 10:52 am
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    Review + Slideshow: Momoyama's

    My review of Momoyama's, the sushi restaurant in Chesterfield formerly known as Yoshi's, is now available online. Momoyama's is located at 1637 Clarkson Road. For more information, call 636-536-7778. In this week's Back of the House slideshow, Jenni...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 24, 2009 @ 7:42 pm
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    The Noble Writ: The Pointlessness of Points

    Want to see my eyes glaze over? Tell me how many points a particular wine received. "Points" are awarded by many wine aficionados: professional critics, of course, but also ordinary folks jotting notes on the back of a napkin. They drive me nuts. T...

    @ Gut Check by Dave Nelson on March 24, 2009 @ 4:32 pm
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    Throwback of the House: Friday Franks Make Jesus Cry

    Robin Wheeler writes for the blog Poppy Mom. After years of making and eating fancy food, Robin is sick of it all. She's returning to the basics: recipes that haven't surfaced in three decades. She reports on the results for Gut Check every Tuesday. ...

    @ Gut Check by Robin Wheeler on March 24, 2009 @ 2:31 pm
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    Slow Food St. Louis Trivia Night This Friday

    Mike Sweeney of STL Hops sent along word this morning that are still some tables available for Slow Food St. Louis' "Convivial Pursuit" trivia event this Friday. The cost of a table is $200, with up to ten persons per table. Your payment includes bee...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 24, 2009 @ 1:00 pm
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    Review Preview: Momoyama's

    This week I visit Momoyama's, the Chesterfield sushi restaurant formerly known (and loved by many) as Yoshi's. I'm sure I've said it before, but a sushi restaurant is very difficult to critique, maybe the most difficult of all restaurant types, espe...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 24, 2009 @ 12:03 pm
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    The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 3.24

    From the Department of Forehead-Slappingly Obvious Studies: The more red meat you eat, the more likely you are to die from all sorts of fun things. (HealthDay News) Sugar gets an image makeover thanks to increasing dislike of high-fructose corn sy...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on March 24, 2009 @ 11:05 am
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