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Quincy Street Bistro 

Don't try to tell me you don't love buffalo-chicken dip, that molten stew of cheese and vinegar-laced hot sauce, the very few pieces of chicken suspended therein a seemingly incidental reminder of the dish's origin. OK, so, maybe you don't love buffalo-chicken dip, but if you do, Quincy Street turns out a pretty good rendition, a tad light on buffalo sauce, but soul-satisfyingly goopy with cheese. Click here to continue reading Ian Froeb's review of Quincy Street Bistro. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
Quincy Street Bistro
6931 Gravois Avenue St. Louis, MO 63116
St. Louis - South City
314-353-1588
Owners of Quincy Street Bistro. In front is Kevin Winkler and behind him is Mike Enright. Mike, a general contractor and owner of Enright Construction, did all the renovations of the space that was formerly Jimmy's Saloon. And his childhood friend, Kevin, is both his business partner and Executive Chef.
Owners of Quincy Street Bistro. In front is Kevin Winkler and behind him is Mike Enright. Mike, a general contractor and owner of Enright Construction, did all the renovations of the space that was formerly Jimmy's Saloon. And his childhood friend, Kevin, is both his business partner and Executive Chef.
The bar at Quincy Street Bistro.
On tap.
An old phone that Mike's wife, Sue, found in her mother's collectibles that made its way to the restaurant.
Photographs of the renovation in progress hang above the host table.
The restaurant interior, looking towards the bar.
There is more dining upstairs.
The specials board.
Mike Aiello, along with his twin brother Lenny (not shown), are the chefs at Quincy Street Bistro.
Meatloaf fresh out of the oven.
Burger on the grill.
The Bistro Salad is Romaine lettuce, red grapes, dried cranberries, candied walnuts and feta cheese. It is served with fat free raspberry vinaigrette.
The Homemade Meatloaf is fresh ground beef seasoned, baked and topped with a dollop of tangy ketchup.
Quincy Street Wings.
Quincy Street Wings.
The One Eyed Jack Burger is stacked with onion rings, smoked Gouda, and their own Bourbon BBQ sauce.
The Bistro Pork Chops are two 6oz center cut boneless chops seasoned and grilled and finished with sautéed Fuji Apples in a cinnamon amaretto glaze.
Manager and mixologist, Jason Schwartz, puts the cherry on top of the Pineapple upside down cake martini.
The Dreamsicle is orange soda, half & half and vanilla vodka.
Pineapple upside down cake martini.
Looking down from the upstairs dining room.
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Owners of Quincy Street Bistro. In front is Kevin Winkler and behind him is Mike Enright. Mike, a general contractor and owner of Enright Construction, did all the renovations of the space that was formerly Jimmy's Saloon. And his childhood friend, Kevin, is both his business partner and Executive Chef.
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