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The 15 Best Vegetarian Dishes in St. Louis 

As loyal Gut Check readers already know, every week Tara "The Veggielante" Mahadevan picks one local restaurant and highlights its tastiest vegetarian menu offerings. This week, we asked her to do a round-up of her absolute favorites, the best of the best of meatless St. Louis dining. Here we present her countdown of the fifteen best meals she's profiled in the name of vegetarians everywhere. Keep up with Tara each week by checking The Veggielante, St. Louis' vegetarian blog on Gut Check.

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"15. The Wood's veggie pizza ($9.25-$12.25)

We have yet to find a restaurant (besides Imo's of course) that does the classic St. Louis pizza any
"14. The Crow's Nest grilled cheese ($8)

Cheese, apple compote and honey, sandwiched between two pieces of pugliese, with a heaping side o
"13. Square One Brewery's grilled polenta ($11.95)

Mmmm, polenta. Such a simple, yet satisfying meal.
"12. West End Grill & Pub's vegan stir fry ($7.95)

A magical blend of spices and veggies, and vegan to boot. Delicious.
"11. Robust Wine Bar's mushroom flat bread ($14)

Who said being gluten-free was difficult? This corn-based flatbread proves everyone wrong.
"10. Table's sweet corn fritters ($8)

Fritters stuffed with corn and ricotta, paired with maple syrup. Need we say more?
"9. Plush's meatball sub ($7.75)

Shout-out to Plush for this medley of chickpeas, lentils and brown rice, formed into meatball-y goodness.
"8. Blues City Deli's "Panino Fresco" ($5.75)

Another simple sandwich, stuffed with mozzarella and homemade olive salad.
"7. Big Sky Café's eggplant lasagna ($8.90)

Layers of vegetables have never tasted so good!
"6. Sugo's Margheritta pizza ($10)

A true Italian pizza: sans sauce and thin crust.
"5. Kitchen Sink's sweet potato fries ($1-$2.50)

Did someone say dessert? These sweet potato fries (slathered in marshmallow and syrup
"4. Sandrina's spinach and artichoke toasted ravioli ($6.95)

Another St. Louis tradition done right for us vegetarians.
"3. The Block's baked mac & cheese ($10.50)

Pure, unadulterated, cheesy ridiculousness served in a skillet.
"2. Table's cauliflower empanadas ($10)

These empanadas will seriously melt in your mouth. Seriously.
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"15. The Wood's veggie pizza ($9.25-$12.25)

We have yet to find a restaurant (besides Imo's of course) that does the classic St. Louis pizza any

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